Apparently Justice Roberts is starting out his term well. At least in terms of getting along with everyone. And he's funny.
In oral argument for a case concerning first amendment protections for public employees, his first question began: “If I get a memo from a law clerk that says, ‘Justice So-and-So's jurisprudence is wacky … and I fire them because I think that's not appropriate to put in a memo …”
Scalia then interrupted with “Nobody's wacko here.”