Mike: So this is all just about the money?
Jessica: Were you born yesterday? The clients are looking for money. We're looking for money. The insurance company is looking to keep money. It's always about the money.

Rachel: Harvey likes Louis's sister.
Jessica: That's funny because that's exactly what I came in here to talk to him about.
Harvey: You like Louis's sister?
Jessica: Not enough to fight you for her.

You know it would be easier for both of us if you were wrong every once in a while.

Louis

Harvey: I just have to know... were one of the two of you adopted?
Esther: I've been asking that for years.

When someone twists a knife in your gut, I feel like I want to twist one right back.

Harvey

Charles Barkley: I took fifteen minutes of pictures with some dip-shit from Philadelphia, that's not a favor?
Harvey: That was an appetizer. I need you to get Magic, Bird, Hakeem, and Michael to do the same thing.

There's only so many times you can pull some shady shit to get something done with the partners. So you want to take me on? I'm right here.

Jessica

Robert: You got dealt a bad hand, you pulled yourself up by your bootstraps, and I respect that.
Mike: Thanks Robert.
Robert: You can call me dad.
Mike: Really?
Robert: No.

Jessica: You came to me for some legal advice, now I'm coming to you for yours.
Rachel: Do I get to charge you for it?
Jessica: You already do, unless you suddenly started paying for law school out of your own pocket.
Rachel: Free of charge it is.

Harvey: For the time being, don't play anymore jokes on Louis.
Gretchen: Mind if I ask why?
Harvey: Because I only play jokes on people to express my affection for them, and right now I have no affection for Louis Litt.

Jessica: You need to ask yourself how much do you really love Mike?
Rachel: I love him all the way.

You might not have crossed any lines yet, but you will. And I'm just trying to protect my baby girl.

Robert

Suits Quotes

Sometimes good guys gotta do bad things to make the bad guys pay.

Harvey

The longer you go, the less the money matters. The food doesn't taste as good. The cars aren't fast enough. The view isn't high enough. And finally, you realize that you would trade it all in for one night of going to bed, where you don't have to worry, 'When are they going to come for me?'

Trevor