Eli: Is everything okay, sir?
Jordan: No, Eli. My position as managing partner of my own firm is at stake, and it appears the attorneys I've chosen to defend me against allegations I'm suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder can't seem to agree on a time of day.
Taylor: It's 11:19.
Eli: Give or take few minutes.
Jordan: Both of you, make your case in one sentence or less. Ladies and daughters first.
Matt: In court, you're is daughter, Taylor. And any argument you make to a judge is going to lose credibility because of that.
Taylor: You sound like Eli.
Matt: And if he and I actually agree, that should tell you something.
Eli: What? Oh, you've got vision fever.
Nathan: Huh. I must have missed that day at medical school.
Eli: You had a vision last week. You read a little bit of Dad's journal. It's all cool and exciting. You've got the prophet bug.
Nathan: Would you stop making up spiritual ailments, please?
Maggie: There's nothing in this file that could me want to abandon my mentor.
Eli: Firstly, he's not your mentor. Secondly, I didn't abandon him, Taylor's handling it, and believe me, she's happier that I no longer am. And thirdly, I'm doing this with or without your help. And we both know that you're biologically incapable of turning down a poor sick kid case like this.
Maggie: I hate you.
Keith: That's a lot of discovery for a simple breach of contract case.
Matt: I know. I'm an artist.
Martin Posner: You're aware, aren't you, that... that paranoia is a symptom of P.T.S.D.
Jordan: Mm, so this entire hearing is a delusion of mine. How comforting.
Maggie: The Kims hired us to practice law, not sorcery. Forget for a second about the future and live in the now. You don't need visions or a book or whatever to tell you what the right thing to do here is. Just do it.
Keith: “War does not determine who is right...”
Jordan: “Only who is left.”
Jordan: Bertrand Russell, actually.
Keith: I... I meant the Scotch. It's very good.
Jordan: How did we get here? How does one go from the boldness of a youthful dream to accusations of insanity? It starts out small-a justifiable compromise here or there, till one day you start believing that life is about compromise.
Jordan: We all have visions, Eli. I had a vision for what this firm would become. Sometimes we have to readjust our plans.
Eli: What are you going to do now?
Jordan: I'd considered golf as an option but the accident the other week has left my lower back in spasm. That leaves me no other option than to continue practicing law. I intend to create the kind of practice I've been expelled for proposing. Might I entice you to follow your old boss to a new firm?
Eli: No. But I'll follow my friend.
Jeffrey Powell: Are you about to be indicted?
Eli: Sorry, you're not that lucky, Jeff.
Martin Posner: You can stay on as of counsel. In fact, Marci and I have discussed it. We would very much like you to.
Jordan: Well, that's a very magnanimous consolation prize, Martin. I have some rather specific anatomical suggestions as to what you can do with it.
Taylor: Fifteen years ago, when you expanded the firm to this location, Martin, you were involved in that bitter divorce, and, Marci, you were under investigation for insider training.
Marci Klein: I was exonerated of those false charges.
Martin Posner: Yes. Happy times.
Eli: (about his father's diary of prophecies) Don't worry, I didn't read it. Although I was tempted to make sure George Lucas didn't make any more Star Wars movies.
Frank: You're gonna take long strides on the surface of the earth, Eli. And with every step, you're gonna change the world.
Eli: That was in the book?
Frank: Doesn't matter. That's what I believe.