No, you know what? I'm not just dropping this. You wanna know my plan? My plan is I love you, okay? I've probably loved you ever since Georgetown. So phone me. I'll meet you anywhere, and we will make a plan. If none of this makes sense to you, just ignore it. No embarrassment, nothing. We'll just go back to how things stood.

Will

It's like when a storm is over. Is it happiness? Or is it just a relief?

Alicia

I know I don't seem like the warm and understanding type. But this is my warm and understanding face.

Eli

Poetry is easy; it's the parent-teacher conferences that are hard.

Alicia

Alicia: Are you gay?
Kalinda: I'm private.

Diane: We're like ghouls.
Will: As long as we've solvent ghouls.

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

Diane Lockhart: When I was starting out I got one great piece of advice: Men can be lazy, women can't. And I think that goes double for you. Not only are you coming back to the workplace fairly late but you have some very prominent baggage.

America does not suck. People suck.

Eli

Client: Does it ever get easier?
Alicia: No, but you do get better at it.

Alicia Florrick: The last time I was in Court it was 13 years ago.
Kalinda Sharma: Wow, I was twelve!
Alicia Florrick: Thanks.

Kalinda: You can't ask me and I can't tell you but don't conclude from what I'm saying it's what you think.
Alicia: Okay. Can you be any more specific?