Oliver: Mike, what did these guys do to you?
Mike: They didn't do anything to me, Oliver. I just don't like it when people think they can get away with anything because nobody's watching.
Donna: Hey, are you okay?
Louis: No, I'm not okay. How the hell am I supposed to keep Carly Donohue's business all by myself?
Donna: Because, Louis, you're co-managing partner and you're one hell of a lawyer.
Harvey: Donna, you are never going to believe what Louis just asked me.
The Donna: Give me three guesses: He wants to be you, he wants to look like you, he wants to wear your skin as a body suit.
Harvey: Okay, did you just talk without saying anything?
Donna: What's the big deal? You do it all the time.
The Donna: Good one Donna, you're on fire today.
Mike: You're never going to believe it, but they have me supervising a third year law student, thinks she knows more than me.
Harvey: You mean, you have a you?
Mike: She is so much worse than me.
Harvey: Is she constantly talking about what a great memory she has? Does she have a man purse?
Mike: You done?
Donna: Oh, hello Benjamin. Have you come to manipulate my hard drive? Debug my processor? Reboot my motherboard?
Benjamin: Please, I just need to update your vox in piece.
Donna: If I wanted my vox updated, I would be talking to someone with a lot more experience than you.
Rachel: So, anyway, I said to Louis 'I don't care if most of the associates start in the bull pen, I am not giving up my office.'
Donna: That's great, Rachel, but I'm on my third glass of chardonnay and I don't think you called me over here to tell me you submitted your application to the bar, or that you're putting you foot down with Louis.
Rachel: You're right. I called you over here to tell you that I put my foot down with Mike.
Donna: You finally told him to pick a hair style and stick with it?
Harvey: Hey, Mike, what are you doing here?
Mike: I came to apologize to you for yelling at you about going to Gibbs.
Harvey: You don't have to do that.
Mike: Yes, I do. I know you only had my best interests at heart. You always do and... I shouldn't have snapped at you.
Harvey: Well, I shouldn't have gone to her behind your back.
Mike: That's okay. Kinda worked out.
Harvey: Come on in, let's have a drink. You can tell me all about it.
Harvey: Hey, who do you have to know around here to get a good table?
Marcus: Jesus Christ, do my eyes deceive me, or do you look just like my big brother... only, older, fatter and douchier?
Harvey: I appreciate you noticing. I put in a lot of effort.
Donna: Please, tell me you didn't change your mind about seeing her?
Harvey: I didn't.
Donna: Then, what's the problem?
Harvey: I haven't seen the woman in seven years. The last time I did -
Donna: I know what happened the last time you did. Listen to me, every day, you go out in the world and you find a way to win. That's who you are. It's what you do.
Harvey: Donna, this isn't about winning.
Donna: Yes, it is. But it's not just one person in this case, it's two and right now you're both losing.
Lily: Harvey! What are you doing here?
Harvey: I wanted to talk to you.
Lily: I can't believe it. This is wonderful.
Harvey: I thought maybe you'd want to get dinner tonight.
Lily: There is nothing I would rather do than get dinner with you, but I can't tonight. I wish you would have called.
Harvey: I would've, but, uh -
Lily: You didn't have my phone number.
Harvey: No, I didn't.
Harvey: You kidding me? You brought him here.
Harvey: You have the nerve to bring him here?
Lily: He's my partner.
Harvey: Is that what you call every guy you slept with while you were with dad?
Lily: Don't speak to me like that. Bobby and I are still together, Harvey.
Harvey: I don't give a shit.
Bobby: You should, Harvey. I think it shows what kind of man I am.
Harvey: You are a piece of shit. You have no right being here the day we put my father in the ground.
Harvey: Hey, if it's going to be much longer I could just get some on the way.
Donna: Hold your horses, Mister.
Harvey: That was the best cup of coffee I've ever had.
Donna: I told you it was worth the wait.