Back in Whipper and Renee's non-descript office, Ally now realizes that perhaps Iron Eagle isn't a womanizer. She concludes that he must have been a normal man who just had to have her. Whipper and Renee have some sort of look that Ally sees. Renee figures out that he probably won't testify. Ally then says that maybe Iron Eagle isn't even that great a lover, but rather that it was something between them that just sort of made him "keep it up." (Ooh, an erection reference. Give it up to my man Dave! How does he keep doing that?) Whipper and Renee share another glance that Ally sees. Renee comes up with the scathingly brilliant idea to get Reesa and Iron Eagle back together. Whipper whips around so fast that part of her cheek slides into her hair and her eyelid catches on her nostril. Renee figures out that if she gets them back together then Reesa might drop the case. Whipper. Drop the surgeon's knife. I'm serious. Look at yourself. You're scaring me.
Georgia is doing the lonely-woman-at-the-bar thing while the lonely-woman-at-the-bar piano music plays in the background. Next to her is a man I know mostly as Billy Flynn in the revival of the Broadway musical Chicago. According to IMDB he was also in the television show Planet of the Apes, but I'd rather think of him as Billy Flynn. "All he cares about is love," you know. Georgia notices that Billy Flynn is paying a check without touching any of his martinis. He explains that he used to be a drinker but now he just orders the drinks to make himself feel like he's winding down after work without being dependent on drinking. He says that if you trick yourself into thinking you're relaxed you can sort of be relaxed. It's an imagined relaxation. He says it's similar to when you take your wedding ring off to go out at night. You're still married, but it's easier to imagine that you aren't. He leaves as the "busted" oboe plays and we see Georgia's ringless hand.