David Lee: You're no Will Gardner. You'll only hurt yourself trying to be.
Diane: Well then fasten your seat belts. We're in for a lot of hurt.

David Lee: Diane, I have some advice for you. When in mourning, don't make big decisions. At least for a year.
Diane: Really?! Aggression, move David Lee out of his current office and into that office -- back there.
David: You can't do that.
Diane: Yes I can. I'm on the infrastructure committee. Too bad you're not. Is that a big enough decision for you?

David, I have some advice for you. Whenever you're tempted to bring up Will's death and credit my behavior to it, resist.

I'm so alone there. Partners look at me like I'm a gazelle on the savanna.

Alicia: To Will.
Diane: To Will. A real man. He shall be missed.

Diane: We were like the two mistresses at the Irish funeral.
Alicia: Yep.
Diane: I'm sorry, I meant that metaphorically.
Alicia: I know.

Alicia: If I die before you, please don't let them read "Wind Beneath my Wings" at my funeral.
Diane: Who knew it had so many verses?

No. Tell him to come in. That's what Will would do.

Diane: You can blame yourself for whatever you want but Will, he was movin' fast on a lot of fronts. He was...(sigh) I loved him.
Alicia: I know.
Diane: He loved you.

Diane: Yes I'm sorry. We've had a situation. At the courthouse.
Howard: What, what'd I miss?
Diane: Will was shot.
David: He was, he was what?
Diane: I've just come from the hospital.
Howard: Will? Will Gardner?
Diane: Yes. He's dead.

Diane: (To Will's client) If I were dead, it's exactly what Will would do. (Turns to David Lee) That felt good.
David: Turned me on.

Diane: He doesn't look like himself.
Kalinda: I have to get Alicia.