In my favorite episode, Harvey Specter (the hired attorney representing Company X) reveals to his CEO-client that another C-suite exec was acting as a "cancer" to X, and if the CEO-client did not do something to cut that "shit" out or the company would suffer, if not fail.
The CEO-client promptly fired the said cancer and then proceeded to explain to Specter he had no idea about the manner of corruption that had taken place in X and with that, the bullying of a rising young female Wall Street trader by said cancer.
That much I am convinced the CEO-client was telling the truth.
Well, Specter kicked off an anecdote: Once upon a time, Specter confronted a childhood bully's father, whose son was bullying Specter's younger brother. Upon confronting the 'head' of the bully's household, the father in question professed he had no idea about the bullying that his son was committing.
Yet, take a guess what Specter retorted back.
"You wanna know what [the father's] problem was? It was his job to know."
BOOM! Genius comeback.