Kalinda: "Hey Lana, why looking so bitchy? You usually find my shenanigans hilarious."
Lana: "Well, I still do. But meanwhile, somebody tossed my apartment, and now it's been sealed off, and I have to sleep at my sister's, and that makes me mad at Lemond Bishop, which makes me kind of mad at you for working for him..."
Kalinda: "Ah, so you think it was him. And why wouldn't you? And so now the truth is revealed. I actually do have to Harry & The Hendersons basically everybody if I'm ever going to shake Nick. Well, I'm glad you're okay and it was fun being gay with you."
JUDGE MILES SILVERBERG
(Grant Shaud was also in The Crow: Salvation, which I have never seen but which, like all the Crow sequels, has a Wikipedia writeup of such intense and naïve beauty that it makes me feel like Cary Agos looking at Hayden Clarke. Just starry-eyed. You have no idea how many times I have read those Wikipedia pages and just hugged the universe closer to myself in gratitude for their having existed. Were those Wikipedia pages a man, I would marry that man so fast.)
Judge: "My quirk is that I have investments and I don't mind making calls to my broker on a Saturday instead of hearing about how you used Cary Agos's scorching hot ass to get a federal warrant unsealed."
Lana: "I don't think a Franks motion or whatever works here, since he has no connection to the warrant..."
L/G: "Mr. Agos's Fourth Amendment rights against illegal search and seizure are being egregiously violated!"
Lana: "We're here, this warrant exists, because Bishop is a public threat. I'm talking suspension of personal rights for reasons of, like, terrorism. Welcome to Obama's America."
Judge: "What we have here is a legal tie, and ties always go to the runner."
(Football? I'm gonna guess football. Wait, what other sports have people running around? Most of them, I'd wager. Stickin' with football.)
The Deal: One of the CIs involved in the FBI investigation, #691, went missing 72 hours ago, and the FBI was nominally looking for her whereabouts. But whatever she has Informed them of, Confidentially, isn't enough to actually charge Bishop.