Anyway. What the lady wants Kalinda to know is that there's something in the SA Evidence Locker she needs to get ahold of, and also one other thing: Get out while you can.
What Kalinda turns up is good stuff, too: Credit card receipts on the dead wife's card, dated after she was long gone and Patrick was already in custody.
Diane: "So, DNA aside, that's pretty clear he didn't do it."
Cuesta: "I never saw this shit. I had a billion cases, I couldn't look at every single..."
Alicia: "So you'd what, farm it out?"
Diane: "To, say, your co-counsel?"
Cuesta: "No, not this again. I'm drawing a line..."
Diane: "It's not even necessary to do that! Look, it's confirmation bias. You saw a bloody woman, hacked to pieces, and you wanted justice. Things that helped mattered more than things that hurt. That's how a prosecution builds its case."
Cuesta: "Then I am guilty of what they're saying I am."
Alicia: "Not if you had a second review. Not if there were another pair of eyes, not if you passed this particular batch of stuff to Lloyd Bullock. That just makes this his fault, not yours. It's not even about if either of you are even bad people. Have you honestly forgot even these basics?"
Cuesta: "What I have learned in this episode is that I fucking hate lawyers."
Alicia: "Girl, I know exactly what you mean."
Callie: "Hey, I just called Diane and turned you down."
Will: "Huh. I want to be really clear that I wasn't asking you to..."
Callie: "Oh my God, men are so silly. I took a better job. Not about you, even remotely."
Will, making out: "I have baggage."
Callie: "So let's see it."
Well, I guess I like Cokehead Callie now. Maybe it was just the AA coffee-cart sadness of her life as she explained it, last week, that bothered me. Because this week, she seems really forthright and neat. And a good match. Kind of like if Cuddy went to therapy and became strong without being twisted, you know? I'm with her, for now, especially since she isn't going to be up in the firm's business, weirding out Alicia and complicating matters.