Diane attempt - The Good Fight Season 4 Episode 4
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A former divorce client, Duncan Herz, seeks the firm's help, claiming a buzzy new play running in Chicago is based on his divorce and shares specific details that unearth more than just his dirty laundry.

Lucca realizes the play is written by Jumaane Jenkins, or Alan North, a former Reddick, Boseman, & Lockhart associate who was fired for drug use.

Adrian and Liz handle the matter and encourage Duncan not to drop his suit, even after Jumaane agrees to make any desired alteration, as the name partners are angry how the play depicts them.

Jumaane later points this out, and Duncan eventually persuades the firm to drop the lawsuit.

Diane continues looking into Memo 618 and agrees to represent fellow attorney Gabe Kovac when it proves to be advantageous to her end goal.

Kovac is being sued by a former client of his who claims he provided her with insufficient counsel during her wrongful death lawsuit.

The lawsuit disappeared after Brian Nief, an attorney with STR Laurie who has been blocking Diane's internet access, presented the presiding judge with a piece of paper that read Memo 618.

However, before Diane can uncover more, the company settles the wrongful death lawsuit with the woman, prompting her to drop her lawsuit against Kovac, meaning Diane will no longer represent him.

At the end of the episode, Diane agrees to stop digging into Memo 618 after speaking with Kurt.

Lastly, Liz and Caleb sleep together, while Bianca Skye continues to pursue a friendship with Lucca.

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The Good Fight Season 4 Episode 4 Quotes

Marissa: I’m bored. I want to be entertained.
Caleb: You want me to sing to you?
Marissa: No, tell me a joke.
Caleb: Man walks into a zoo. The only animal in the entire zoo is a dog. It’s a Shih Tzu. Want me to explain it to you?
Marissa: No, I get it. I’m just not laughing.

Firth: Wait, quiet. We’re all on the same time. Brian, are you blocking Diane’s internet access?
Brian: I am, but only defensively because she’s poaching my clients.
Diane: No, that is a lie. You blocked me when I asked about Memo 618.
Firth: What is that?
Diane: I don’t know, but I’ve had two pro bono cases disappear when the judge was given Memo 618.
Brian: That has nothing to do with me.
Diane: No?
Firth: OK, here’s what I suggest. Diane, you won’t dig into Brian’s clients. Brian, you won’t block Diane’s internet access. Understood?