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Dana: I am not a lesbian.
Cary: I know a lot of people who weren't anything until they met Kalinda.

Kalinda: How're you liking the prosecutor's office? It seems to agree with you. You look taller.
Cary: I like the moral clarity. (he walks up to her) Do you miss me?
Kalinda: What if I said yes?
Cary: Well, I'd say, "That sounds about right."
Kalinda: Then... yeah.

Yeah, that's a hard one. By the way I slept with your husband. Sorry is that too blunt?

We're still treating this like Jihad even if it's an inside job.

This was not fair. And I was stupid; I acted like it would be.

Cary: (to Alicia and Will, before taking Alicia's deposition) This is funny, isn't it? All these connections. My old workplace, my old boss, my old coworker... and my new boss competing with your husband. And then there's you two and... your thing.
Will: Chicago. Shall we start?

Kalinda: Your office is... small.
Cary: Yes. Small, but pure.
Kalinda: So, in the third year, do you get a window?

Cary: You've been served.
Alicia: I've... For what?
Cary: State's attorney has asked me to head up an inquiry to look into the leak of Mr. Childs' deposition. Now, I'm going to try and expedite this, Alicia, so that you don't have a cloud hanging over your head.
Alicia: (ironically) Thank you so much.
Cary: You're welcome. (he pauses) Personally, I know that you would never break the law in this manner, so I'm sure it's just a formality. And if it's not, then we'll be pursuing a disbarment hearing.

You like to think you're a good person. Maybe that used to be the case. But we both know you'll do whatever it takes.

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