Blake: Did you ever find your extra key?
Kalinda: You knew who I was?
Blake: Yeah. I wanted to see how you'd play it.
Kalinda: What are you, man of a thousand faces?
Blake: No. Just one. Does that flirtation bit always work for you?
Kalinda: Yeah. Are we going to have trouble?
Blake: No. No. As far as I'm concerned, it's your backyard, Leela. Sorry. That's not your name, is it?

Will: Are we being played in some way?
Diane: I don't see how.
Will: I don't either. It's making me suspicious.

I want to be a great [state's attorney] and I can't be without you.


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


At what point is our job wrong?


Julius: You think he's innocent?
Alicia: No, I think he's innocent of this.

Diane: You dancing a jig inside?
Will: Like Rose on the Titanic.

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


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.


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

You won. He lost. So you're gonna turn this into some morbid thing because that's who you are. So, let's go.


Diane: Who would have thought our firm would be worth more without us than with us?
Will: Really undermines one's confidence.