David Lee: "I hate that they are both being so acquiescent. It really fucks up the game. We can't have any more reasonable behavior outta those two, it's not about love."
Kalinda: "You want dirt."
David Lee: "We need enough dirt to get something in these negotiations, but not so very much dirt that Dina realizes who she's marrying."
Alicia: "You guys, they're just in love! It's complicated! Believe in them!"
Everybody: "Shut up, Alicia. We realize it's your day and you're trying to psych yourself up for a fake/real reconciliation with your husband so you can become a partner in this firm, but that shit ain't helping."
Alicia: "Love. Tell me to shut up, you jerks? Love is very important."
Will: "You're clearly a dick, Mr. Norquist. You're the CEO of a pharma company that's underwriting Canning's trust, Encinal Equity, that he used to get control of my firm?"
Norquist: "Basically because I'm a dick, yes."
Canning: "The reasons a billion-dollar company in another industry would want to get control of a Chicago lawfirm's debt is beyond the scope of this conversation, Your Honor."
Will: "Uh, the motive is already on the table, considering Canning did that song and dance about the afflicted children we're supposedly abusing by being in debt."
Canning gobbles a handful of pills, shaking so violently that they go flying everywhere. Truly a stunning performance.
Judge: "What's going on there?"
Canning: "Medical issues that I have, Your Honor. Probably thanks to Lockhart/Gardner's financial misconduct."
Judge: "Very subtle. Norquist, fess up. Why are you interested in any of this?"
Norquist: "Because they sue us sometimes, and it pisses me off."
Hayden: "Oh, shit. Once again I've managed to become a villain. Clarke, you jerk. Why can't you ever get it right?"
Hayden: "All I did was rub this lamp, why do you keep granting me wishes?"
Canning: "Chill out, Trustee. He's just a whole lot of money pointed in the same direction of what we both want."
Hayden: "I don't want to be a we with you! Only Cary Agos. That's the only we I wanna we."
Canning: "L/G's a good firm with poor management. We both believe that. We. Now, I get that you don't want to destroy the firm..."
Hayden: "Despite my every action, that is what I keep saying..."
Canning: "Tell me this. If you pass the Illinois bar next week, what happens next? Because I could offer you a job. In one of my many law firms I might have by then. You feel me?"
Hayden: "All I feel is gross, Louis Canning."