John's hole. Liza is yelling at Richard. She doesn't like being told, apparently, that Richard is in love with her. But he told her that last week! No -- he said "beginning to fall in love with" her. I guess Liza is only a part-time lovah. Liza yells that she's "not...what's that word...nice!" Fish says that she is, really, and that she's "got that Helen/Helena thing going on" herself, but that she's more like Helen. Liza says, "Eeeww! That is a horrible thing to say!" Fish one-ups that, with a "you're going to be a wonderful mother." Now, why the hell would he say that? Has he ever even seen her around a kid? Liza twitches a little, then says they need to get back to court, now. She uses the remote and gets the hell out of the hole, leaving Fish trapped inside.
Court. Helen's doctor is testifying about what it is she has: Dissociate Identity Disorder, apparently. Treated through therapy, until Helena took over. Helena discontinued therapy. The other suggested treatment is "radical," "could work," and guess what? Comes in a bottle. Risperadone is what he wants to dole out, but with Helena running the show, no way: she wont take the pill that "could extinguish her." Liza steps up to cross. Which core personality is stronger? Happier? In better mental health? Better physical health? Well, Helena. The doctor even says that Helen has higher blood sugar than Helena, and is at higher risk of developing diabetes. He knows this because the two personalities have "different personal symptomologies." Liza is all, thank you. She takes her seat and sits right on Fish's hand, which he left on her chair. The better to feel her ass with, I suppose.
The office. Liza tells Fish she wants him off the case now. Um, can she say that to her boss? And, WHY IS THIS CASE EVEN HAPPENING? Fish is all, you got weird when I told you I was falling for you! Wow, ding ding ding. Whoop whoop! Look who took a ride on the clue bus, all by himself! Liza says that lots of men fall in love with her. Fish asks how many of them call her "nice." She shoots him a look. He pushes it: "You're a nice, kind-hearted person." She hates him so much right now. Why? Because she "doesn't like it when people see both sides of [her]. It makes [her] feel all naked." Fish says, "Love is about being both soft and hard. It's like a penis. Fishism." Oh, fuck off. Richmondism. Liza says, "The meek get trampled. Just look at me like a lawyer, and as a sexual object." Fish says something that doesn't sound like himself -- he points out that they're not having sex right now. She smacks him and tells him to look at her like he really wants to, then.