Props to director Brooke Kennedy for dramatizing the introduction of Rose Leslie’s Maia by initially blacking out the background of her opening scene.
So, that French villa Diane was coveting was a total steal, right?
… especially when you factor in this view.
When Diane gives two-weeks notice, she doesn’t merely fire off an e-mail to HR. She gathers all the partners together in the conference room, stands at the window as they’re all seated behind her, and then slowly, dramatically turns around, approaches the table and drops the bomb.
Once an asshat, always an asshat.
Maia’s fellow associate buddy Lily? I’d be cool never seeing her again.
Cush Jumbo’s stone-cold delivery of “Ms. Lockhart. Hello.” upon seeing Diane for the first time in a year was a thing of beauty.
“My God, was I ever that young?” Diane marveled as this glorious photo appeared during her farewell retrospective.
Will made a cameo at Diane’s goodbye party… but not Alicia?
Diane’s assistant is a monster. There, I said it.
Crack may be whack on CBS network, but not on CBS All Access!
After telling Maia’s tormenter to “F–k off!,” Lucca should’ve added, “Your kids were never going to college anyway because they’re all really stupid like their dad.”
When Diane begs for her job back, she doesn’t merely send an e-mail to HR. She gathers all the partners together in the conference room, takes a seat at the center of the table, and then slowly, dramatically drops the bomb.
Loved her on Justified. And I already love her on this.
When Diane announces that she was j/k about wanting her job back and is instead joining a rival firm, she doesn’t merely send an e-mail to HR. She gathers all the partners together in the conference room, paces around for a minute, before stopping at the center of the table and dropping the bomb.