Bobby: I'm not going anywhere. I'd rather fire you.
Lindsay: (smiling) You can't just fire me, I'm a partner.
Bobby: Yeah, you are. Mine.
Lucy: You see how their eyes light up?
Lucy: The reporters. Their eyes light up when they talk about this case. You don't see their eyes twinkle when they give you the weather.
Bobby: Come on Ellenor, they can still contest liability.
Ellenor: So could all our clients. Even the ones who shoot people five times.
Lindsay: And the ones who cut off people's heads?
Helen: Here. You got your headline. Now go get a conscience.
Bobby: I was talking to her as senior partner, which I still am. That doesn't change anything just because...
Lindsay: You're not senior partner here, Bobby.
Bobby: Well, let's put our clothes back on. We'll drive over to the office and we'll have the conversation there.
Helen makes a reference to Kenneth Starr. In 1994, Starr was appointed as an independent council to investigate President Bill Clinton's role in the Whitewater controversy.