Eli: Three thousand? What, dollars?
Nathan: American dollars.
Eli: You talking to me? 'Cause I can have you smited. I know people.
Eli: This wasn't like a regular vision, Frank. This was like someone spiked the vision punch.
Patti: Are we suing Duke Ellington, Eli?
Eli: Probably not. He's dead.
Patti: I'm sorry, Eli, but you cannot tell the people you work with that your life-threatening medical condition is back on an interoffice memo.
Eli: You're right. An e-mail would be faster.
Eli: Maggie, my co-workers already think I'm marble-deprived. I don't think that representing a dog on my first case back is going to change that perception.
Eli: I'm so glad we came. It's totally worth 2 grand a ticket to be surrounded by a bunch of drunks with sausage breath. Can't get that at home. Even in HD.
Nathan: It's the last game in Marvel Stadium. Where's your sense of history?
Eli: I left it at the gate with that guy with the wand who frisked my privates.
Grace Fuller: This is mustard. This should come right out. What's this? Cough syrup. Who threw cough syrup on you?
Eli: I didn't see. I was blinded by slushee in the eyes.
Jordan: Speaking of last week, have you given our discussion any further thought.
Eli: I did, and I had a brainstorm. For every hour of pro bono work, our associate get 30 minutes credit to their billables quota.
Jordan: Hmm, as brainstorms go, that's a little more like a drizzle.
Eli: Well, see, I figured you never actually got to eat your hot dog, and for some people it's the best part of the game, so...
Grace Fuller: You brought me a dozen, like...
Eli: Like roses. Exactly. Only smellier.
Maggie: Come on!
Patti: Get her to court before her head explodes.
Matt: Stone, your aneurysm... was it contagious?
Eli: Excuse me?
Matt: Jordan, your ex-future father-in-law, you know, recently returned from his near-death experience. He wants to take the firm pro bono, which is Latin for "buy cheaper suits."
Eli: Attention, everyone! Attention! I just want to let you know that the aneurysm's back, big bad, funnier than ever! I will do my best not to drop dead in your office! Thank you!