Court. The incestment...whoops, I mean "investment" banking firm that canned Jackie is making their case. They need people to trust them in order to do business. Jackie "dating a twenty-year-old" undermines that trust. And every client would know, because they "work the cocktail circuit" and "do a lot of socializing." Oh, christ. This shit is so ridiculous. Ally steps up. What about a fifty-year-old man and a twenty-two-year-old woman? Huh? What about that, huh? Well? The man on the stand says he'd question that man's judgment as well. Does the fifty-year-old deserve to lose his job over it? And what if Ally and he dated? Well, that would be different, because Ally, says the man on the stand, "is in [her] forties." In Fantasy Mode, Ally picks him up over her head and spins him around, pro-wrestling style. Nothing further!
Judge Ling is on the air. She's hearing a car-wax product liability case. The plaintiff is complaining that the wax made his car duller than before he used it. On a sunny day, the defect is detectable! Ling suggests driving the car only on cloudy days. Speaking of duller...Ling covers the mic with her hand and reminds the plaintiff that this is a TV show, and the cases need to be interesting. Ling finds for the defendant. Oh, Ling. How the mighty bitch has fallen.