The “Blurred Lines” lawsuit was a big deal. Back in March, a jury ruled that the 2013 Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams song was similar enough to Marvin Gaye’s “Got To Give It Up” to constitute copyright infringement, and earlier this summer, Thicke and Williams’ request for a retrial was denied. Not only did they — and T.I., and UMG Recordings, and Interscope, and Star Trak Entertainment — have to pay millions of dollars in damages, but the decision also had pretty major ramifications for the current landscape of music copyright law. And now, as Spin points out, The Hollywood Reporter has obtained footage of Pharrell and Thicke’s 2014 depositions with the Gaye estate lawyers. It makes for a pretty compelling watch — Pharrell is so clearly not having any of this shit, answering every question as curtly and confrontationally as possible and rocking some seriously sullen “this is a waste of my time” body language. We also get to see Thicke’s infamous testimony, in which he talks about being drunk and high on Vicodin for the entirety of 2013. Check out the clips below.