Manny Quinn: I’m not the actual lawyer. You gotta talk to one of the boys about . . .
Lenny Pescatore: He brings in cases.
Jimmy: Fraud cases. He’s got doctors on the take.
Lenny Pescatore: We don’t need to know none of that. We wanna help people that need help. We need
cash flow. That man over there’s a cash cow. Look at the size of him.
A.D.A. Susan Alexander: Am I ready to plead?
Denny Crane: The jury has a legal right to free him if they want to, and that’s where I come in. When I get up to speak, they’re gonna want to let him go.
A.D.A. Susan Alexander: Ya think?
Denny Crane: It’s our nature, Susan. We’re Americans. It’s our God-given duty to free people, even if they don’t particularly want to be freed. We’re liberators at our core, Susan. (Stands nose-to-nose with ADA Alexander)
A.D.A. Susan Alexander: I’ll ask you not to stand so close to me.
Denny Crane: (Steps back) All I need is one—one juror who thinks that Walter Shepley is a victim. Do you
really want to bet I can’t get one?
Jimmy Berluti: I thought Bec was coming.
Ellenor Frutt: She got tied up in probate.
This is a reference to Lisa Gay Hamilton who played Rebecca Washington for the first 7 seasons of the show, who was fired along with Dylan McDermott and Kelli Williams at the end of the 7th season.