Nolan: Every bait and tackle needs a website, brother.
Nolan's "Jack and Emily sitting in a tree" in the fourth episode.
Nolan's call to Emily in the same episode:
"Your fake boyfriend is getting wasted in your other boyfriend's bar. Come and join the fun. Testosterone is on the house."
Scrawny little Declan (complete with oddly poofed hair), coming over to his brother at the bar and saying nervously "Jack, see that guy over there? His name's Bull and he wants the bartending gig. Scares the hell out of me." (To elaborate - Bull stands about 6'4, and Declan's 5'6.)
Victoria walking in on Declan in his underwear. And then:
The brief snippet of Mason Treadwell and Dr. Banks's conversation we get sticks out; Mason clearly would rather be talking to literally anything else in the world and has apparently been doing nothing but throwing shade for their entire exchange.
Dr. Banks: I've just finished your book on the D.C. Sniper. Do you want to know what I think?
Mason: Not really, but don't let that stop you. Let's talk about your new book on attachment theory instead; I've just read it.
Dr. Banks: Really?
Nolan's disguise as "Burt the cable guy" complete with fake mustache, which he uses to get into the home of the mysterious white haired man who killed David Clarke and plant a camera.
Mason being a snarky bastard towards Victoria in Forgiveness.
Mason: Do you gag a little when you say that? "Honestly?"
Conrad blustering that his portrait hasn't captured the "depth" of his eyes, and informs the painter thusly: "Arctic pools! Arctic pools, remember."
Conrad gives Daniel advice on cheating on Emily:
"If you get bored, you know, switch paramours, not wives. For one thing, it's far more cost effective. I mean, not that affairs are cheap..."