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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?

Now you're gonna live with this. You know Will was a good man and I love him and he was trying to help you. So you live with that.

Kalinda

Alicia: What does it mean?
Grace: What does it mean if there is no God? Why is that any better?
Alicia: It's not any better, it's just truer. It's just not wishful thinking.
Grace: Well, maybe always believing the bad, maybe that's wishful thinking too.

Attorney: This deposition is over.
Cary: Let's get the judge on the line!
Attorney: Dr. Levine has a patient so we're gonna have to delay this after all
Cary: You're the one who went to the judge insisting the deposition could only be today so let's get the judge on the line! But I don't think he's gonna be in a giving mood.
Attorney: What do you want?
Cary: I want to get out my aggressions and my anger by destroying your client. Now sit down. I said sit the hell down.

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

Diane

Peter, I can tell you quite definitively Alicia's not going to talk to... Will is dead.

Eli

Peter: Eli, what's going on.
Eli: You have to greet the press.
Peter: No, you need to tell me what's going on right now.
Eli: If I tell you what's going on you won't want to greet the press.

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