Cue the "New Man" song I thought we'd escaped. Billy is holding Elliot and dancing with him. Billy says that the baby likes the music. Elliot gives a small smile. "May I try?" John asks. The music stops. John takes the baby and ushers in Barry White. This cues a dance with all three men tossing the baby back and forth. Sometimes it's a bundle of clothing, and sometimes it's a baby. They have a good time dancing to a song that only the three of them can hear while the baby looks at them like, "Thank God for Child Labor Laws that guarantee I only have do deal with you guys long enough to get my AFT/RA card." Either that or he's gonna hurl. Nelle walks in so that the music can stop, and says that the baby shouldn't be dancing because he just ate and he's going to get sick. There's this sound like a twenty-five-year-old man who just finished a six-pack of Busch that I know they don't think I'll believe came from the baby. Nelle says that John is wanted for closing statements because she wants to rule by the end of the episode. I mean, day. John hands the baby to Nelle, who bows her head ("Lower, Portia! They can't see the detail on the criss-crossed part! That's a good girl!").
Mr. BIOTC says that he's not out to "get" Elaine, but rather find the most suitable home for the baby. The decision to raise a child is enormous; it's not like when you find a lost kitten. She hasn't prepared for the baby for nine months. Her lifestyle is a factor. Her own family has called her integrity into question. She broke the law and showed a lack of morals by not turning the child in right when she found him. The "undeniable truth" is that they can do better for this child. Ally stands up and says that the "undeniable truth" is that Mr. BIOTC doesn't know Elaine, but she does. And if Ally had a child she had to give up, not only would she go to Elaine, she'd probably go to her first. Elaine lives to take care of others, even when they don't want it. She brings up the Face Bra and says that the case was thrown out because her cousin was lying. If DSS had any sort of integrity it wouldn't have brought that up at all. As for Elaine's reputation -- well, that all happened before Elaine was a mother, but she's a mother now. Ally says to look at Elliot for proof. He feels safe. He knows who his mother is. Ally goes on about the decisions the judge has to make and LTRs and LTLs and says that if Mr. BIOTC knew Elaine like she does, there wouldn't be an argument before the court. Ally sits down and everyone puts their hands in their mouths.