Lyman: "Whom would you want to take with you on a desert island?"
Cary: "Who is this weird old man?"
Cary: "Went well, I think. Thank you for bringing me in and talking me up."
Alicia: "Frankly I was just getting lonely, and I needed a young gorgeous white person to kick around. But I'll say that you've become simply too formidable in court, and flatter you with my gigantic smile instead."
Cary: "Let me tell Peter, okay?"
Alicia: "Uh, won't be a problem."
Diane: "He knows the SA. He is a great lawyer. He's everything we need. And you owe me one for using that old fool against me."
Will: "I mean, conflict of interest."
Diane: "Conflicts of interest litter the floor of Lockhart/Lyman. Forget it."
Lyman: (Staring into space. Possibly suffering an attack of the Jackies, if you know what I mean.)
Will: "Howard? Are you feeling disabled?"
Lyman: "Is he gay? Who wants to take only boys to a desert island?"
Diane: "Thurgood Marshall and Keith Richards?"
Lyman: "Those are men's names. It just bothered me."
Diane & Will: "Holy moley."
Will: "Okay, so we keep looking but focus on Cary for now. Hey, is Cuesta coming in today? Because I'm meeting with Lemond Bishop."
Diane: "Chicago's top meth dealer sitting in the lobby next to its top criminal judge. Huh."
The elevator door opens on Cuesta and Bishop standing side by side, playing with their phones... But is that awkward enough? Maybe Eli should get on board and have a fight with Peter Florrick or something...
Eli: "Hey, did you fire that kid? Cary Agos? I just saw him here at Lockhart/Lyman interviewing for a job."
...There we go. Now everything is terrible enough.
In grand defendant tradition tries arguing the facts of the case with Kalinda, when she's just trying to get answers. Twenty years ago, this guy Patrick Rooney didn't want kids so he insured his pregnant wife for some amount that was probably astronomical back then, went to the grocery store, and then when he got home "somebody" had stabbed her to death. Every single thing Kalinda tries to introduce into the conversation, he fights her on, because he has forgotten himself.