SuperMom is actually paying some attention to the twins when Simon walks in. She asks how his evening went, and he says, "I'm starting to realize that life is a lot of hard work, and it would be a whole lot easier if everyone would just do the right thing in the first place." That's obviously the main message of the week. Okay, we get it!
Dopey and Surly Guy are discussing statistics. Surly Guy is saying that stats can be manipulated to say almost anything you want. Duh! He says that the number "one" doesn't always sound so bad when it's used in statistics. Using RevCam's court case as an example, he says that with one murder victim among many thousands of people, the number "one" can actually sound good. However, it's not good, and "one matters." Okay, that's part of this week's special message to the viewers, in case you weren't paying attention the other twelve times that point was made already. Surly Guy goes on to relate this "one" concept to autism, and completely out of the blue we learn that Surly Guy has a child who's autistic. Surly Guy explains that his son's autism also affects Surly Guy and his wife. You know, this would have made a much better plot for today's show than the plot we actually got.
And here we are in the home stretch. The jurors walk back into the courtroom while the music the producers stole from some hokey seventies made-for-TV movie plays in the background. Ow, the non-suspense is killing me. The verdict is "guilty," of course, and RevCam smiles smugly. In his boring monotone, the judge dismisses the jury and thanks them for their help. He implies that everyone is included in his thanks, but we all know that, really, he just means the real hero of the day, the self-righteous RevCam.