Aired 10 years ago - Apr 29, 2012
Will and Diane scramble when Louis and Patti team up to bankrupt the firm. Alicia faces conflicted feelings regarding her relationship with Peter. Kalinda's past catches up to her.
Wish him luck.
- I'm out there with everyone else.
Yeah, unfortunately, you have five
minutes to decide whether to take it.
You can't practice law anymore.
and that time is up now.
I was cleared by a grand jury.
Uh, no. How are you feeling?
and all you've done
is waste half a day.
Okay, um, let me get all my ducks
in a row, sir, and I'll get back to you.
that resulted in a sealed transcript.
we are merely asking questions
based on our own knowledge.
We've just been riding close
to the edge this whole year.
You're much better
at the nasty stuff. Heh.
You took money
from my children's trust
Watch your toes, everyone.
Please, indoor voices.
Due to this admission,
Your Honor, all evidence
I know. Do you have the check?
It's just something from...
An old thing.
Why not? You were going to.
You were second chair on the
Veriscene case, right, Mrs. Florrick?
your husband met with him
three times, and you had no idea?
Look, we're in a bit of trouble.
- including Wynter...
- And how is that?
That man who called me.
there's no way he could've done this
for his wife because they're separated.
you should've been watching
How you doing?
Aired 10 years ago - Apr 22, 2012
Alicia defends a judge against misconduct charges stemming from his days as a prosecutor. Cary makes a career decision and Kalinda deals with the repercussions of Agent Delaney's investigation.
Okay. Uh, we were just talking about
whether to take on a new client.
I never would have chosen it.
- I say we hire him.
- I disagree.
Which is when I have a sit-down
with LeMond Bishop.
I didn't know
you were letting him go.
It was never tested for DNA until his
appellate lawyers petitioned it last year.
I'm fine. I don't think a lawyer's
working hard enough
Mr. Bishop wants to talk to us.
I was surprised by this, of course.
Listen to me.
Uh, I'm new to this court, so things
may go a little slowly at first here.
And, uh, why are you leaving
Hockney and Barnes?
- I hope that's not too superficial.
- Oh, no. Ha, ha.
- Ha, ha.
And did you and Mr. Gibbs
discuss any of this case he was on?
So given the difficulties in
your relationship with your father,
Just seeing how you're doing,
Special Agent Delaney.
You talked to LeMond Bishop.
I thought I knew the people
that I could count on.
It's just that I was a cellmate
of Patrick Rooney's,
Did they offer you leniency
in trade for your testimony?
If you had invited me in
for the interview...
My wife says she'll kick me out
unless I quit.
the prosecutor over there, leaving
the evidence there in the courtyard.
to the jury to win a verdict
against an innocent man.
And you were to keep charge
Thanks, Will." Seriously?
Coffee lid on the coffee cup.
Did Cuesta bend the rules
to get a conviction on Patrick Rooney?
- Get out while you can.
That depended on how busy I was.
Bonnie, Abrams and O'Connell.
This is where you grew up.
We'd love to have you come home.
we'd like you to take on
some managerial responsibilities.
- You wanna meet us?
Good. Let's just sit on down.
Aired 10 years ago - Apr 15, 2012
As Alicia counsels a client whether to accept a strict plea deal, she's distracted by Peter's newest political rival, whose actions force her back into the public spotlight.
The cornerstone of your case
was the DNA.
I've gotta get this off our ledger.
Um... You're right. I'm sorry.
We should've talked.
I never try to make enemies.
- And what would that say?
- Whatever you want.
And thank you, Diane,
for putting Alicia on the panel.
- but only if you win the female vote.
You will be a convicted felon
for the rest of your life.
No, we are just laying out
has found a cover-up by local officials,
including the state's attorney.
I was never the best father,
or husband, or, heh, person, really.
- You're joking, right? That was a joke?
- Come here.
So we only get the Alford plea
if we all agree.
- You're married to him, right? Tell us.
- I can't speak to that.
- No. One more thing I know I can't do.
Nope. No, no, no, into the lab.
No. That way.
So they thought the killers stripped
her down to make it look like a rape.
but he came here to ask me
if I wanted to write a minority report.
- Crazy. That...
- It's a 24-hour news story.
Something was pressed against
her ankles when she was murdered.
What are Pamela
and Megan gonna do?
And he or she moved her body
back onto the grounds,
First of all, do you want some water
in my press conference.
while the truth
is putting its shoes on, but still...
into the slumber camp murder.
There's not a lot of reverence
anymore. There she is.
And he said he wasn't lying,
but you misremembered, right?
And I've always thought you were
better in office than the alternative.
I put a down payment on it.
I'll lose that.
But no one ever knew because the
body was found back near her cabin.
You come out for Peter, he'll run.
You want us to help Peter, you drop
out of your ex-wife's campaign.
Yeah, but there's something else.
Peter, sorry, my one play here is...
Well, I'm so sorry for your pain.
Well, let's just say
it's getting murkier by the day.
It's been decided.
Aired 10 years ago - Mar 25, 2012
Alicia is assigned to be on a blue-ribbon panel that is investigating a police shooting, but she soon begins to question the actions of the panel chairman.
Aired 10 years ago - Mar 18, 2012
Alicia once again faces Louis in court, but recent financial concerns lead her to reconsider his standing job offer. Diane reconnects with the enigmatic Jack Copeland.
Here's the deal. First of all,
good morning to you all.
I seem to walk into a
room and they disappear.
You're saying that he's responsible
for his wife's death?
So there's truth in their charges?
You don't know who's leaking to the
disciplinary board about me, do you?
if Snow Plain insists on a modified
comparative negligence defense,
I just don't have the down payment.
for the rest of the season, so the
State's Attorney at the time,
Well, do you want me to explain
the bias or not?
did your coach mean the next time you
were playing against my client's team?
You may have another play.
- I am happy.
- You don't look happy.
- I'll see you in court.
- I'll see you in court.
we can determine if it's a concussion
by comparing the results.
when I tell you I have
- Is this...?
- Are you here to see Kurt?
Well, Will Gardner.
Well, I appreciate the offer,
but my answer's gotta be
Bloody battle is healthy.
It fires people up...
No, she was just being nice.
how sorry I am about
your recent medical developments.
Did you fake your baseline test?
Can I get a lift?
Absolutely not. As I said,
this isn't an APHL-sanctioned website.
Not in college hockey.
Not in the Olympics.
I chalked it up to his being so busy,
but Will never not responds.
When you use this
against Louis Canning,
- I said I'd take you out
- You'll give me till the end of the week.
We're now prepared to settle.
I just can't afford to lose another body
Aired 10 years ago - Mar 11, 2012
Alicia must once again aid Colin when a sexual misconduct claim derails his attempt to win back control of his company. Cary is faced with a moral dilemma when Peter tasks him with enforcing office policies.
because they just moved some
late shares to Drescher's column.
is allowing you to be here
in your office, but that's all.
- You're kidding.
To advise a subordinate
Diane's leaving there now.
He has to give fair warning
before he can enforce an eviction.
is a hotbed of workplace sex,
and that you approve of it.
- Do you recognize me, Mr. Sweeney?
- L... Uh...
north-facing. That's our best views.
Yes. And we need to prove
two things in court.
When in doubt, talk to me
It's not about having sex
on my couch.
Will I admit to the odd sexual dalliance
now and then?
I cleaned house to make room
for his appointments.
I know Ms. Swift worked in soft-core
movies before she changed careers.
split the bill in half,
and then expense-accounted it.
- I could not legally answer.
- Any client.
That's what I thought.
We didn't do anything wrong.
He testified on his whereabouts
That is why we should believe you?
Oh, it's not what you have now,
but you can put up a wall
- Well, that's what I thought.
She has good instincts
for a first-year, don't you think?
Telling the truth is so tiring.
because you couldn't find a single
restaurant in Chicago that had a table.
do you have anything further?
There are rules, Cary.
Okay, look, taking you at your word,
Well, it'd offset the child support,
That Dana and I were fraternizing.
That's what you wanna say.
We have a generous
maternity leave package
Your Honor, even assuming
that this turkey-baster fiction is true,
In February of 2008, did you take
a class about artificial insemination
Ms. Swift, for the record,
You can't give this up.
Yes, well, Isobel and I have reached a
sensible accommodation, haven't we?
I'm happy if you two have reached
an amicable arrangement,
So let's just leave it at that.
or I'm gonna lose respect around here
and so are you.
Aired 10 years ago - Mar 04, 2012
While power grabs are being made at the firm, Alicia and Caitlin square off against an old foe. Peter discovers the price of taking the moral high ground.
I take your objections to heart.
Legally, you're on equal footing.
Because there were cameras
on that bridge.
I have to answer the questions.
She is gonna decide
if Peter is the keynote speaker
- All right.
Yeah. I'm tempted.
Well, I think it's just realistic to assume
that when he comes back,
And what did you do
Aren't you working things out?
- People like Peter.
- I called around to check up on him.
- Sounds great.
- Heh, heh, heh.
You got your sweet voice on.
- put on the Internet by your client.
- Why don't we let this go on a bit?
I see. Was this the original image?
Donna Brazile called me.
I was honest.
Good. The key
is getting the Facebook evidence in.
Doesn't matter who said it if it's true.
pertaining to the cause
of Kara's suicide can be irrelevant
Yes. And after that.
Every Tuesday and Thursday.
"Down in the graveyard,
they're all quiet
That has nothing
to do with this. Nothing.
Your friends get penalized,
enemies get promotions.
It's not unclean to offer patronage.
- Cary. Cary, the tape?
- I'll look into it.
Oh, I just had a question.
Keep me in touch on this, Julius.
From the law, from dating,
from even thinking about dating.
I have decided to make Caitlin
a full litigator.
- You would hate it. You hate people.
- I don't hate people.
- That's a demotion.
- To free you up more for court.
Things are in flux.
You probably wanna talk in private.
If you wait
until someone is on the ledge,
We are. For the moment.
- Because of you.
- No. It wasn't her choice.
you were no longer supporting her?
Aired 10 years ago - Feb 19, 2012
Lockhart & Gardner leads a class action suit against a software company that allowed the Syrian government to 'disappear' American citizens. Will faces a hard decision in the wake of the Grand Jury proceedings.
girding yourself for battle,
Discussing dissidents while
That's why you
brought us in here?
I should have confirmation on
the middleman in three minutes.
Why does my ex-husband care?
"See? Her husband doesn't mind
Stay safe, my friend.
♪ Your pretty, pretty eyes...
And put it back.
15 years ago.
♪ The way you tell me
that you love me ♪
Well, that's all right.
That's all I want to say.
But what does that have
to do with Mr. Gross's company?
than to have my sympathies
so easily plucked.
No, this is about
a lot of things,
Once they have you
in their grasp...
For trees and split
pea soup, nothing.
- Good. I have a quick question.
In Dubai, at the yearly
technology trade show.
you bought some of Mr. Gross's
I mean, that you sued Mr. Gross
for nonpayment of debt.
To this purpose, we have
collected sufficient evidence
Yes, but we put Kalinda on
finding out more about Sara.
His left vein in
his temple pulsates
So, who are you obsessed with,
her or me?
It's what the office needs.
It's because of our
pro bono program.
Regardless of how the program
was obtained, Your Honor,
you could tell where
my client's sister
with your last at bat.
but I would think a tax lawyer
might be more qualified.
so I need the money
And how many calls have
you received since March 2011,
Harmony and concord
between the two sides.
Aired 10 years ago - Jan 29, 2012
With her investigation complete, Wendy presents her evidence against Will to the grand jury in hopes of sending him to prison for bribery. Eli and Stacie Hall square off once again.
WILEY: I was hired as an investigator
by the state's attorney's office.
He defers to the state's attorney.
Wendy Scott-Carr does not. She's...
We're up for all the same jobs,
that her 11:00 meeting with Rush
has moved to noon.
Really? I didn't think I was being
defensive. I thought I was being clear.
I don't think there's anything wrong
Take your time, Miss Lockhart.
They asked me questions
WOMAN [OVER PHONE]:
Please stay on the line. Your call...
I like Caitlin.
I need you to help me with my pitch.
- with the will and his children's trust?
- If by "helped," you mean he paid, yes.
SECRETARY: Aw, ha, ha.
Are you gonna go to the park?
- Fish. It burns.
No. That's what I used to do.
You're attempting to suggest
that there's something nefarious here
- Excuse me, Your Honor?
- They have a photo from yesterday.
Nepotism gets you the job,
There's not much I love in life.
I like money. I don't love money,
- You're welcome.
- This is you in this picture?
Because I think kids in Uganda
should be immunized.
- would be agreeable to your client.
- Really? Where did you get it?
But don't you wanna know
who the e-mails were addressed to?
You gave her the McDermott case
as some big, fat, juicy bait, right?
- Oh, true, but I'm still thinking of you.
ELl: Of course. Hear my voice?
- And I was reading gay blogs...
ELl: Can we talk about this
The same spelling
as my husband, Peter,
- Not that I recall.
- Since joining his firm, at any time,
Yeah, that's perfect.
If there are no further questions,
By law, we are permitted
to only answer questions
Hey, um, could you grab my robe
for me, please?
You didn't do anything...
Aired 10 years ago - Jan 15, 2012
Alicia defends a client charged with protecting the identity of the creator of an illegal currency.
But let's not stick
our necks out too far.
Oh. That's great.
this is Mr. Gardner's proffer,
you don't buy Bitcoin.
I heard Irish. Okay. Well.
represents a criminal,
is the subject of these communications.
With one exception.
Yes, that attorney-client
He is using this arrest
to apply pressure
And I must say, I am a
sucker for Occam's razor.
Good, we have
our strategy in court.
It could be him.
My guess is Wendy is trying
to tie it to a case we won.
We object to the defense
questioning this TV personality
Because the judge is.
A patent application by one
of the Ten Hottest Geek Women.
And why does NewMint91
use that phrasing?
This room at the Crestview
Priority Inn, tell us about it.
And you paid for all this with
Because... you're young.
it's a commodity,
not a currency?
of the Priority Inn
This was slipped
to us last week.
That's a felony.
Now she sends you.
Which means nothing,
Well, perhaps he can return
sometimes and say hello.
I just don't want you
to get too serious.
That would be great.
on the new Bitcoins,
But thank you.
I don't know.
What do you need?
No, Mr. Higgs.
You may answer.
Aired 10 years ago - Jan 08, 2012
Lockhart & Gardner faces trouble when a recently divorced couple claims they influenced their separation for their own personal gain.
The pope, I think.
What is this, the '30s?
Yes, I was getting bored.
Yeah. Don't worry.
Something I'm handling, you know.
How did you know your husband
was suing for 44 million?
Who is he?
Mike, can you escort this process
server down to the lobby, please?
You have such lofty goals
when you start a law firm.
I mean, Wendy Scott-Carr.
I have a few names.
I seem to be the state's attorney's
target of the month.
And didn't he say this was a setup
by your divorce lawyer?
No. Minimum security.
What, the Challenger?
Yes, I didn't cry.
What if he was costing
too much money?
In what capacity did you assist
David Lee on the Huntley divorce?
saying, "You can't imagine the relief
you feel that first night,
Mrs. Florrick, what is this?
I may not have you on alienation
I wasn't gonna say anything.
And I'm offended that you'd think...
Too bad you haven't been
Thanks for meeting me,
The three most honest?
I don't know.
- If it's logged in, it's logged in.
- But I checked the database,
Just take a few breaths.
You'll be fine.
I was supervising Alicia.
It was signed.
People have come after me,
random people, here and there,
They have to act contrite.
After refreshing my memory with my
day planner, it was signed at 11 a.m.
You must've been killing yourself.
is about your best memory.
Okay? He's right over there.
Okay, why don't you go see
if you can get one from the lion too?
You leaked those names?
And another first-year associate
who worked on the divorce
Yes, but that doesn't mean anything.
It's been two years.
and ethical attorneys
throughout my time at the firm.
Aired 10 years ago - Dec 11, 2011
As Alicia looks for a way to have a judgment thrown out following a shocking guilty verdict, she also begins to feel the consequences of decisions in her personal life.
Second-degree, four years.
You have no reason to thank me,
Alicia. No reason at all.
- Too bad you couldn't shake the alibi.
- Let's not go over this again.
You can't defer to anyone else.
I know I shouldn't have called.
Yeah, I did, didn't I?
We the jury
find the defendant, Lauryn Fisher,
you have to say,
"Guilty of murder in the first degree."
It will be put to good use.
Yes, but have you explained that
he doesn't have to talk to you at all?
Nine not-guilties in that round.
Am I supposed to talk about this?
- Good. Alicia, can you get on that?
- Yeah, in about a half hour.
in a matter of hours just seems odd.
Juror number five, Lisa Banner.
this gives new meaning to reaching.
Have you heard of the Musous?
So try one of your other tennis
buddies. They can't all be like that.
But it was dead,
so she drove to see where Grace was.
All I'm trying to say is,
women need to help women,
- Got something from the jury room.
And I was wondering,
as a part of my investigation,
Are you suggesting
that I'm influencing you?
Let me put this to you simply, Cary.
She wasn't lost.
And then after lunch,
not only does he change his vote,
And this is the cache of the searches
that he did during the hour.
If they'll swear that the foreman
Thanks. This is so helpful.
- I'm afraid I was abrupt with you.
- It was the truth.
As I was perusing through
some of these background checks,
And you especially don't say no to me
when it concerns my children.
- I didn't friend her.
You did, Your Honor.
Aired 11 years ago - Dec 04, 2011
A routine arbitration turns into a battle of wills between Alicia and Louis, but the pair makes an unexpected connection when a personal crisis interrupts the proceedings.
Anything we should worry about
Peter, I'm here
because you asked me to be here.
who said that, uh, "Formality is a,
um..."? Not a... Not a good thing.
Take it step by step.
Because isn't it true
that what you describe
What was the question?
we ask for a recess
to discuss with our witness.
You have a small hairline crack.
I liked her. If we hadn't hired Caitlin,
it would've been her.
- She argued with everyone.
- And that is not a civil rights issue?
She was reacting to something she'd
seen on CNN about Roe v. Wade,
and where the parties
do not compile binding arbitration...
All this effort, and she's still only out,
what, a paycheck or two?
This is not about work.
It's about what happens after work.
Anything for you guys
in the state's attorney's office.
- Alicia, it's damages.
- I didn't know you were on this.
Legally, he is as responsible
as if he distributed it himself.
The other professors
were making fun of Rick Santorum
Okay, I will be more involved.
I can do both.
you guys buy your wins.
"If any one lie with a man
as with a woman,
That was an instruction
promulgated by Moses for the Levites.
I love my home. I like my kids.
Zach, hi, l... Um, ahem.
Is Grace with you?
Is Grace in trouble, Mrs. Florrick?
Ahem, I tried her cell.
Don't let it happen. Don't let it...
- to my apartment?
I thought she might be here.
I baptize you
in the name of the Father...
And I didn't call her 12 times.
The phone was in my back pocket.
I saw Alicia with her daughter,
and I thought maybe I can do that.
- that is really what's at stake here.
Aired 11 years ago - Nov 20, 2011
Tensions are high at Lockhart & Gardner as Alicia and Will argue in front of a mercurial military judge, Eli’s confidence is shaken and Diane issues an ultimatum to protect the firm.
- Thank you.
- Um, the new design, MyPlate,
Are you kidding? More accurate?
- That's the secretary's aide?
- Yeah. Why?
- Hello, Gina. Do you wanna sit?
- No, sir, thank you.
So, what happened?
I wish you would sit down.
All right, I'll see what I can do.
I'm Wendy Scott-Carr.
Colonel Leora Kuhn,
military judge, presiding. All rise.
We don't, Your Honor.
We welcome him.
as a stepping stone to Mr. Gardner.
have there been other civilian deaths
due to drone maneuvers?
And how many drone operators
were arrested in that attack?
Heh. I'm not gonna let you go.
You're too cute to let go.
Well, without acknowledging
we're a "we" yet,
- on the drone maneuver?
- Yes, the kill-chain.
in that attack
because civilians were killed.
- On what?
- Bribery. Banging judges.
What'd she do?
- She looking for things you did wrong?
- I don't know. Okay?
You have suffered the most
from the MyPlate design.
Is there anything I can do for you?
Anything at all?
Yes, sir. It can make you jumpy.
but I realized
I didn't like guilty people.
We know your hands
are clean, Diane.
Peter Florrick is coming after you
because you are sleeping with his wife.
In fact, other vegetables gain more
by being associated with you
So you're here?
We think you should take Ventura.
But that's between me and them,
and I would never take your word for it.
They're going with Stacie Hall.
You've been lording it over us
up until now.
"In the matter of the United States
v. Staff Sergeant Regina E. Elkins,
Aired 11 years ago - Nov 13, 2011
In order to keep a client from being convicted of murder, Alicia must obtain a stay of execution for a guilty man. Eli tries to stay ahead of a client's possible scandal.
- Tell Mom not to run.
- You tell her.
Well, Giuliani dressed up
in women's clothes.
Aren't we good?
he was worried about
Ms. Iver's safety.
Yeah, it makes things hard
when their akas are "AKA."
You say you know who killed him?
I can't do this.
Packer helps us find
Adrianne Iver's murderer.
about you fellating Santa.
not me, you know,
We need some photos
of sadness, squalor.
Get me the blue light camera.
Ricky was fine.
They had a falling out.
even in the face
of great adversity.
Imagine being a child in the
inner city, with no hope...
Looks like it worked.
So Dad is gonna come over
and pick you up
I hear he's looking for a
campaign he can win, isn't he?
Getting computer advice, Dad.
I was just showing her how to
change her dad's computer settings.
Is this coming
from Peter Florrick?
These photos were taken on the
same winter break, Congressman.
You're on a roll.
then we can talk.
She gave me her card-- if you
have a problem with that,
Aired 11 years ago - Nov 06, 2011
Alicia worries that she will break confidentiality when the Treasury Department forces her to report on her latest client. Peter reluctantly digs into Will's past transgressions.
Thought everything was top-top secret.
Well, Mr. Zschau, unfortunately,
the U.S. Will just have to stand tall
I think there is now
convincing corroborative evidence
So this is the official part,
Don't worry. I'm with Treasury.
and I'm just trying
to figure out the cast of characters,
who ordered Danny's arrest
and torture. It's what we need to win.
- I don't know.
**** of this clan
and not **** through his mother.
We'd use Will Gardner to go after
his drug dealer client, Lemond Bishop.
That's the thing. It's at a nightclub.
Strike that. Were you asked
to examine an inmate
Alicia, could you please step out?
- Our client did it.
DIANE: To save a girl's life.
It just makes it so desirable.
MAN: Get off my intercom.
- This is my intercom.
So, what can I help you with?
Even if something may not land
in our jurisdiction, it's still disbarrable.
And here we all are, the same people,
one week closer to the grave.
And even if that weren't the case,
- Are you insane?
- I think you should calm down.
- Okay, let me read it.
- I sent a copy to your office.
"His answers were curt,
uh, there's a conflict of interest with
regard to Mrs. Florrick's representation.
Mrs. Florrick can't answer
- I'm taking this to court.
of enhanced interrogation
techniques on my client?
Well, I think she just wants
to be happy.
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 30, 2011
Alicia wades through diplomatic loopholes to defend a Taiwanese national. Eli is approached by his ex-wife to vet her for a possible political campaign.
He's got diplomatic immunity too.
Chinese ambassador's on his way.
You feeling pretty good
- I didn't do it.
- I know. I need you to only talk to me.
No pubic hair?
- Yeah. Caitlin.
- May I help you?
- Not anymore.
- Why? What did you hear?
- Oh, God, you're paranoid.
- I can't believe you're considering this.
- I wanna do something with my life.
everybody at the booze cruise
was Tweeting photos.
Yeah, got it. Red to green.
Okay, listen, I'll call you back.
- Don't worry.
- I like talking to her.
What? I'm not touching you.
That's why it rejected
the transferring of your files.
It's like Moneyball.
Politics doesn't have to be for the rich.
We also have the urban cities, right?
We have activated in there...
So Matan says that you have a thing
for ethnic women.
I want you to vet my ex-wife.
So this is a hearing into the status
of Mr. Jin-Pyn's diplomatic status.
Excuse me, Your Honor,
if we could delay...
There was a blond hair, not Maya's,
a man's, on her collar.
- You're welcome.
You're doing his dirty work for him,
aren't you? Eli's dirty work.
but I just remember seeing
Maya by the bar.
The phone vibrated
when Maya pushed it,
Ha! No, no, I think it's a bit
too early to talk about release.
He would sign his surname first.
and I can make a case
that you were part of it.
- Old news. What else?
- She's had relationships.
Well, Omar Tate isn't his birth name.
It's Aarash bin Laden.
My last week here
and I haven't been shot.
Alicia, if you know your client
is attempting to flee the jurisdiction,
- Do you know where he is?
- Not for certain.
The thought that my semen
mixed with bin Laden's.
I just thought I had done two years
of my life well, that's all.
- I know. He said.
- I was lame. I was babbling.
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 23, 2011
When Alicia's key witness commits suicide, she must turn to the only person whose testimony can salvage her case. Eli makes big moves on Peter's behalf.
- Don't worry about it.
- No, she thrives on chaos.
fought it, and made it back
Your Honor, Mr. Ritter's wife
Yeah, I'm already on it.
there were only two e-mail
addresses included in the CC.
Mrs. Florrick, what a pleasure.
back in office,
Why don't you like me?
I didn't know this was
for Peter Florrick.
but litigation is what
really turns me on.
No, no-- I'm the one
asking the questions here.
you will now hear testimony
from a convict
Oh, come on,
you can't leave it like that.
by two of your
the... I'm sorry, I-I...
He says that he has something
to offer the State's Attorney.
No! Oh, come on!
of his stalker,
He's finishing up
a five year stretch
For killing a woman.
We're arranging to have Pike
transferred to another prison,
Yes, and I told you
she was my niece.
No. Hire his niece,
I don't like you
being with him.
Yeah, I know. I'm sorry.
Mm-hmm, very clever.
When things happen,
Mrs. Florrick, they happen fast.
Did you see HP?
He does-- prison,
When he runs for governor,
they will use it.
Is he out of his mind?
until he stabbed me
in the back.
My boy on the outside--
I get word to through my sister.
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 16, 2011
Alicia takes a pro bono case in which a witness quickly becomes the prime suspect. Will and Diane plot the firm’s direction and their futures.
I don't think so. Is there?
I'm registered with City Bar's pro bono
program. They referred your case.
- Are you ready?
- I guess I am.
Okay, send in number three.
He's broke, about to be evicted.
He's Mr. Everyman,
I handle this meeting on my own?
I need someone as investigator
when I leave here
Well, actually, at the moment,
Alicia is working on a pro bono.
but we did it at a cost
and we can't continue this way.
Celeste Serrano is doing a seminar
in dispute resolution.
That's right. That's right.
Just get it over with.
You slept with him?
and a fifty-fifty split
on Hammett Aerospace.
- You want me to talk to Legal Aid?
- No, I'll do it.
Come on. No record.
Not even a parking ticket.
And you were standing 20 feet
from the window.
Yup. I can see into the store.
There's no reflection problem.
And have you seen studies
that blacks often misidentify whites?
defense asks for access to this sketch.
They do have access, Your Honor,
You are killing yourself
trying to be normal.
- What was her name again?
- Ahem. Celeste, okay.
- You get them if you got them.
- Really? I don't know. I'm too selfish.
ELl: I feel like you're cheating on me.
- Only for money.
Does it matter
that he doesn't like me?
If you wanna persuade Will,
you persuade Alicia.
- Hey, let me call you back.
I'll be here.
- How are you doing that?
- Litigation and Bankruptcy
The league's our biggest client.
Sorry about that.
I've been in court all day.
I know this, uh, might not be
a great time for this,
Well, I should go.
It still puts him at the store
an hour before the murder.
And I understand your team would like
to argue a motion to dismiss.
I think that was true then,
but it's doubly true now.
- Yes. What I meant, Your Honor...
Yes, it's all right.
In 10 or 15 years, there's a chance
I could vie for baseball commissioner.
Only a few more minutes.
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 09, 2011
Alicia and Will go toe-to-toe with his ex during a court-ordered mediation. Eli and Diane clash over the best way to handle a dairy company’s PR disaster.
And this device he invented,
it was not FDA approved?
and I think he means it,
so make arrangements.
- Tell me if that's okay.
- Uh, I'll have to get permission.
ELl: You'll have to hire
- Is everything all right?
I don't know.
So what do you think?
We used to unsettle a lot of things too.
I'm going into my room now.
I just need someone with the kids
I didn't mean it, about the wanton.
Alicia, talk to me.
You wouldn't happen to be fishing
Oh, we are making progress.
So first things first,
we work on your attitude.
You're only here to keep us
from getting subpoenaed.
how did it malfunction?"
Yes. I'm sorry, Mrs. Reeves,
but it's true.
It's not yet clear whether cheese
at neighboring schools
She was a good sister.
Always covering for me.
I think it used to be an easy job
to find the source.
With five minutes
to the press conference. Really?
All the sick kids,
some were hospitalized.
- And what if I'm not?
- Then let's be friends.
They can't do that.
- Oh, where do you live, Fairyland?
And so now I'm wondering
who that somebody else was.
I say either way,
you'll use it in negotiations.
She takes 500,000.
Where's the old Will?
I don't think she planted the story
with Gretchen, but I can't tell.
is to increase gratification.
But, um, why don't I
come back later?
Clearly, his ego got in the way.
And I used to be able to talk to him.
Yes. That's why we didn't need
to submit it to them for approval.
But he was still impressed by this.
to be the architect of an ugly
racial attack on his opponent.
Gretchen knew we checked
attending the prayer service
Have some pastrami, Will.
The problem for you is Dr. Farland
had to insist on its originality.
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 02, 2011
Alicia discovers she must become an expert on English law when a libel case she wins involving a businessman from Britain becomes an international matter after it is retried and transferred to a court in England via satellite.
Do you ever get the feeling
we're losing control here?
I'd like you to meet a good friend,
Burden of proof is reversed.
He accused me of killing his brother.
- Filial air crock.
- Excuse me?
Well, that strategy just went out
the window. What do we have?
I have to pitch
to a campaign manager on Thursday
So you guys are the survivors.
It gives me
an independent confirmation
This is a sham of a lawsuit.
It's libel tourism, pure and simple.
where and who purchased
these books is irrelevant.
I would argue that only 23 copies
of Funding Evil
He's here. He needs his father.
And they took
your husband's oxygen tank?
With our accents and our periwigs,
and our tea and crumpets.
that your husband was hallucinating
on that telephone call.
- Demure, huh?
- Change of plans.
But let's not expose ourselves on
a subway platform unless we have to.
And here is a photo of them
We were just getting back to normal.
Mr. Cardiff was kind enough to share
one of his with us for the final assault.
This is my associate, Kalinda Sharma.
- That's very interesting.
- Thank you.
- Maybe it's a celebrity.
- No, I can't see him tolerating that.
and I didn't wanna deal
with them on the mountain.
He's lying. He was always lying.
Good. Thank you.
I'm sorry, Alicia. I'm here... Um...
Grace, I'll be there in a minute.
I've worked hard to keep my home life
separate from my work life.
Well, you really have
a very lovely apartment, Alicia.
So cut the Trapper John crap, okay?
That was my worry. Your Lordship,
Mr. Cardiff previously brought suit,
and even events questioning
the events, never happened.
Therefore, I do not need
the manuscript of Only in May
I know for a personal fact you passed
him on the way to the summit.
When they are a warning.
Aired 11 years ago - Sep 25, 2011
The staff at Lockhart & Gardner adjust to new realities and relationships. Alicia must put aside distractions in her personal life to defend a Muslim student accused of murdering a Jewish classmate.
Like you said, I haven't let anyone
know you are separated.
Ten minutes later, uh, a riot broke out
at the other end of campus
- You seem different.
and you can't find the killer
so Jimal is the scapegoat.
and she might come after
your campaign contributions.
So kind of odd
not seeing you around much.
Who is the Islamic
couldn't have been involved
in the rally fight.
Doesn't it, Mr. Agos?
I'm late for the gym.
So which is driving it, Amir or Tariq?
- Well, lookie who's here.
Police think it was an execution.
No sign of a struggle.
You didn't read about it unless you
subscribed to the Israel National News.
I'm not that moved.
- Evening prayers.
- Anybody else see you there?
Yep. Makes things a lot easier.
Mr. Greenberg was Jewish
and Jimal was Muslim.
- The knife came from.
so that Jimal could cut class.
Oh, that? That's a suicide vest.
We can't abandon Jimal.
Sorry, this is the only place
in the world
Jimal's roommate, Amir,
is the most likely suspect.
and she's treating us like peers.
That's all you're seeing.
Amir had a motive:
- So we start over with a new judge.
There will be no Jewish judges
Fate of the world.
- You're emotional.