Diane's retiring and David Lee couldn't be happier about it. She wants to finish her last case which just so happens to be against Lucca Quinn, her old associate. The two exchange tense hello's.
Maia, Diane's god daughter, is a new associate at the firm. Her parents embarass her by sending her flowers on her first day. She's worried people will think she's entitled.
Diane's last case involves a black kid that was beat by police. There's a cell phone video but Diane wonders where the rest of it is. Lucca wonders why the officer's body cams weren't turned on. Maia thinks a nearby car may have a video of its own.
Barbara is tough, calls the shots, shuts down Adrian with the help of Lucca.
Diane has a lavish good bye party that Chicago's most prominent lawyers attend and beg her to come to their firms.
All hell breaks lose when the FBI starts searching Maia and Amy's apartment, Henry Rindell is arrested, and Diane gets a call from her accountant telling her she's lost her retirement.
In order to save herself, Diane decides to delay her retirement and looks to the firm for support.
Maia gets verbally attacked in public. Amy suggests she hire her own lawyer but Maia isn't happy with Amy's choice.
After the board shuts her down, Diane goes looking for a new job but no one is interested.
Kurt drops by after he receives a call from the accountant. The two discuss their relationship and the current financial situation. Diane breaks down and Kurt tries to comfort her.
Back in the deposition, Lucca gets personal and Diane is clearly rattled. Afterwards Adrian stops by with an interesting offer. Diane is intrigued but Barbara is not.
Maia is verbally attacked again, only this time, Lucca comes to her aid.
Just when it seems things can't get worse a new video emerges causing a rift between Maia and Amy.
Diane makes a decision about her and Maia's futures.