Roisin: I know people think I’m crazy. I’ve been doing it for a while now. I’m up to 987,000.
Diane: Why?
Roisin: It’s calming. I used to take notes, verbatim notes on every deposition, every meeting, trial, negotiation, and then I would go home and make notes on those notes. And then I would review those notes and make even more notes, and I was an obsessive writer. As a kid, it was my diary, and then in college, my journal, and then five years ago, I lost my notebooks in a cab. And then my hair fell out because I was so worried. But you know what happened? Nothing. Everything I ever wrote it didn’t matter. Everything everybody wrote, pointless, and that’s when I started drawing dots. I felt like I accomplished something every time I finished a book, and I’m almost up to a million. So now when I watch the news, when I see what’s going on in the world, when I realize how little impact I have, I draw dots.


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The Good Fight Season 4 Episode 5 Quotes

Julius Play Counterpart: My god, look at yourself.
Julius: Go away. You don’t exist.
Julius Play Counterpart: You damn right. A conservative with principles. There don’t seem to be any of those around here.
Julius: Well, it’s very easy for you to stay true to your principles. You don’t live in the real world.
Julius Play Counterpart: Go ahead. Make excuses for what you’ve become.
Julius: What’s that?
Julius Play Counterpart: A bad judge. Someone slides a piece of paper with Memo 618 across your desk and you fold like origami.

Chauffeur: You need something?
Lucca: No, it’s just hard to get used to this: the limo, driving me up to a private jet.
Chauffeur: Do it enough times, you get used to it.
Lucca: What are enough times?
Chauffeur: Five.