Cary: "What are you doing here?"
Colin: "Wishing you well! And asking to come along."
Cary: "Are you a spy? Do you spy on my dreams?"
Colin: "No, I own the building you were looking at today. And I just love this little rebellion of yours, it's like Les Mis."
Cary: "What do you want, foul demon?"
Colin: "Twenty percent off your rent, in exchange for two years of free legal work. I am planning on committing thousands of sex murders."
Cary: "Well, maybe. But Colin, Alicia's not coming with us."
He says this tenderly, because he knows that Colin is her client but also because she's the only person he would probably never sex murder, and really this whole thing is about staying with her. Colin's bullshit act drops for like one second and he looks hurt, terrified, angry, sad, abandoned... And then gets back on the horse.
Will: "Patti Nyholm is being such a hypocrite!"
Patti: "For doing literally the same thing you are doing?"
Abernathy: "I know. Even for you, Will, this is an odd tactic."
Will: "Also she is so rude!"
Eli: "Of 30,843 ballots, Peter, 28,158 were for you. Don't say out loud that it's fraud..."
Peter: "I sure hope they don't get thrown out! Unless Will is helping argue the case, and then I will just act out like usual."
Eli: "Shut up and deal with it. We need every vote."
Peter: "I am too busy perseverating on my mother's gigolo to worry about it."
Moody: "I'm not! What awful things can I do to circumvent and supplement the awful things I've already done?"
Eli: "Good deal, I'll go get you some money."
Peter: "Oh, and Moody? Can you maybe get Cristian deported to space, or murdered?"
Moody: "Sure, that's in my job description."
Lots of quick, clever cuts between the various strategies and witnesses: Buckley's a Republican, but not so blindly that he supported Romney; Nana Joe found the vote defrauder to be "suspicious," but also she's being treated for Alzheimers... It gets ugly and funny real fast.
Nana Joe: "I'm not showing symptoms..."
Will: "Oh really? What's your husband's birthday? NO CHEATING."
Nana Joe: "This sucks. You are being way too Will Gardner right now."
Will: "If you don't know that thing -- and by extension, don't really care about your husband or your marriage -- then how could you..."