Tommy Bratton, you still double-billing to pay for that house in the Hamptons?
No. I'm working late to pay for it. And the one in Vail and the apartment in Paris.
That's a lot of homes. Sounds like a man who's compensating.
v. 补偿，报酬（ compensate的现在分词 ）、给（某人）赔偿（或赔款）
So how're you doing, Harvey?
Oh, he's doing great. 'Cause we just shut down your pathetic assault on our firm.
Is that so?
You're Goddamn right, that's so.
Then might I ask what exactly are you doing here?
We're here to tell you that if you try this shit again, the same thing's gonna happen, only next time, we won't just play defense. We'll hit you with a tortious interference suit in the neighborhood of a billion dollars.
Well, you better get ready, 'cause next time starts right now.
What, are you kidding? You already threw everything you had at us once. Didn't make a dent.
make a dent [mek e dɛnt]
- Not everything. By tomorrow morning, I'll be poaching 20 of your clients, and I'll be suing another 20 of his. And that little trick you played in the courtroom today? It isn't going to work tomorrow.
Tom, you made your point. You're pissed off that we brought Alex over, but this doesn't have to...
I don't give two shits about Alex Williams. Lawyers grow on Goddamn trees. I want my clients back, and I want the 30 million in billables that come along with them, hand-delivered by you.
That's never gonna happen.
What do you think, Harvey? Do you think that's "never gonna happen"?
Like I said, whatever you throw at us, we'll throw it right the hell back.
With what manpower? You wanna pick a fight with a little regional law firm to flex your muscles, go ahead. But we're five times your size. This is a fight you started. And this is a fight that you cannot win. So you give me back my clients, or your legacy at Pearson Specter Litt is going to be that you were the one that put them in the ground.
flex your muscles