Eli: I was you. I looked in the mirror and I saw your face.
Nathan: Well, maybe you should put a little sign up: Objects in the mirror are handsomer than they appear.
Eli: It’s a welcome back gift from your personal week. How was it?
Eli: I met with a surgeon next, week, a good one.
Patti: Is it safe?
Eli: Just lie getting your appendix out. If your appendix was buried deep in a vital part of your brain.
Maggie: I just want to thank you for asking me to join you on this case. I’ve mostly worked under men at the firm, Like Eli. But I’ve always thought that I’d really. benefit from the experience of working besides an older woman. Not “older” as in “old,” I meant older as in “season.”
Taylor: I’m beginning to understand why you eat lunch at your desk alone.
Eli: Patti, do you notice something strange about Maggie?
Patti: I don’t notice anything other then strange about that girl.
Matt: (speaking hypothetically about Taylor) How would ParentCo look upon this (corporate) suitor, pursuing a merger with Daughter Inc.
Jordan: Let there be no misunderstanding, Mr. Dowd. ParentCo would do everything within its considerable power to protect Daughter Inc. so soon after her recent "failed merger." In short, ParentCo would not hesitate to crush any suitor who sought to 'merge' with Daughter Inc. at this juncture... "hypothetically."
Maggie: Did you ask me to work on this case with you so you wouldn’t have to work on it with Matt?
Taylor: If I answer “no,” would that prevent you from ever uttering a word of this to Eli?
Eli: Nate, there’s not a lot in our life that doesn’t have to do with Dad.
(discussing Taylor's relationship with Matt)
Eli: Matt Dowd?
Jordan: How did you know?
Eli: I saw (Dowd and Taylor) singing I Got You, Babe at the karaoke bar in my head... long story. Sir, if you'll excuse me, I have to go yell at somebody and then go... kill someone else.
Nate: (to Eli) Don’t say it. You even start to say “I told you so” and I am violating my Hippocratic Oath on your jaw.