Ally enters her office, and sees her clone sitting there, sad-faced. My god, their hairdos had to have been done at the same food processor. They even have the part on the same side. This show is so not subtle. Still, I want to see them in matching outfits. JennyAlly has an issue: her old firm won't release the files on her class-action suit, and she needs them for court tomorrow. She calls her old bosses "pricks." And what does Ally think of Glenn? After many stammers, he rates as "nice." And will Ally be JennyAlly's new best friend? Will she? Will she will she will she? And has Ally ever had a close male friend -- you know, a non-naked male friend in a non-sexual relationship who was friendly, and without sex or doing it? Ally stammers some more, and says yeah, one of her best friends is a man she doesn't have sex with: John. The little guy, the Biscuit. Oh, yeah, him. John Cage. Ally loves him. Not loves him loves him, of course, but as she insists that she platonically loves him, he comes around the corner, overhears her, and misunderstands. Try as he might, for all his mugging, it is not a hilarious misunderstanding. There's no heat, Ally says, after John has slunk away, flabbergasted and flummoxed and with his jaw all dropped and shit.
John enters Fish's office. Ally loves me, he says. Loves you? Loves me. The music swells. It's still not hilarious.
Another new day, another aerial shot of Boston. And, unfortunately, more "singing." Vonda bleats, "I think I'm going out of my heee-aaaad." Ally chews her finger. Vonda? We know. Everyone knows. JennyAlly comes in, interrupting the "reverie," and reminds Ally about court. Right, that! That thing!
Fish and GQ Glenn parade through the office. Glenn wants to split, as to not move in on JennyAlly's turf. Fish fast-talks him into believing that it isn't up to him to decide -- or, rather, that his decision has already been made and he's staying. The other new girl -- Coretta -- tells Glenn to give it a week. Fish is all, yeah, that's a good idea, and I don't even pay her what I pay you. You know the notion that DEK loves women? I think the opposite is true.
Ally and JennyAlly are late to court. No, they're not. Yes, they are. Some older man says hello to JennyAlly. It's the dude from her old firm who fired her. "Not fired -- we just had a situation, dear," he says. He patronizes her some more by saying he hopes that she will run her own law firm someday and understand the fincial stresses. Sure he does. JennyAlly sees the other lawyer who is arguing her old firm's side and gets even more psyched out. Yeah, nice to meet you! The dudes leave; JennyAlly says she noticed that Ally "checked [her] outfit" after meeting the other lawyer, which means she is hot for him. JennyAlly does the same thing. Ally doesn't deny it.