Lesli Rand (Sciorra): "We have friends among the cops, we'll know something soon."
Alicia: "Is there maybe a point to be made here about the ongoing problem my corrupt husband seems to be having with the corrupt police force? Too soon to say."
Diane, verbatim: "And since this is probably a drug-related issue, do you want us to help Cutner & Paradini look through their legal work?"
Lesli: "Oh, fuck you. Jesus Christ with that."
Lemond Bishop explains, once again, the dual-firm setup he's got going on, and tells them work together to figure out why the accountant was arrested and when or if he will also be arrested. On his son's birthday.
Lesli: "How's bankruptcy, Diane?"
Diane: "How's your RICO trouble, Lesli?"
Alicia: "Is there maybe then also a point to be made here about the ongoing obsession of FBI Lana with Lemond Bishop? Too soon, again, to say."
Diane: "Will, here's the situation."
Will: "Maybe if we make Lesli look bad, we can take his non-legit business from them. We only make five million a year doing it clean, and his drugs stuff is like twenty."
Diane: "Or more!"
Alicia: "HEY WAIT A MINUTE."
Diane: "Alicia, stop listening to my conversation. This is really just a patented Good Wife segue to get the scene back to L/G with our trademark sense of momentum. Do you not hear the music speeding up?"
Will: "Nathan Lane, I just got the narrative hand-off from Diane about possible new business. But it's a drug dealer."
Will: "So we are very classy. If other people hear we're working with Lemond Bishop's drug business, it could..."
Hayden: "You already work with Lemond Bishop, idiot. And it has already burned you more than once. What's the problem? We're all mad here."
I've said it before and I'll say it again: If you ever start to feel like you're selling out, you have to ask yourself who you're trying to impress. Chances are, they're imaginary and/or don't actually care.