Nora's found not guilty by reason of temporary insanity. Woo hoo for her.
At the bar that night, Gloria Gaynor sings "I Will Survive" while idiots dance The Hustle. Nelle asks Richard if he's heard from John. "I think he'll be back soon," says Fish. Ally asks if that's Gloria Gaynor "up there, for real." "You want me to tell you?" says Elaine. Ally says she'd better not. Mark walks up and asks Ally to dance. WHATEVER. I'm so sure. If there really are so many men who love women like Ally, I wish they'd all line up at my door right now so I could kick them in the heads, one by one. Ally says, "Actually, I'm gonna head home." How many times has she said this before? I'm waiting for someone to say, "Time for your nightly sidewalk pout, eh, Ally?" Mark turns to Elaine, saying, "Sylvie?" She purrs, "It's Elaine. I'd love to," and takes his hand. Ally has to interrupt to tell Mark "welcome" and shake his hand. I thought you were leaving, Ally McEgo. Mark leads Elaine to the dance floor, telling her, "Don't hump me." "I'll try not to," she says. I would way rather be humped by Elaine than scraped against by Ally, but maybe I'm just a freak. Ally says goodnight and turns down Ling's offer to walk her home. Richard stands and quietly apologizes for his insensitivity. He asks if she's okay and she says "I'm surviving." Oh, SHUT UP. Then she kisses him -- on the mouth. Hold on, now...step off, skank! Richard, quick, boil some water!
Ally turns to watch La Gaynor for a moment longer before starting her weekly Sidewalk McBealing. It's raining. She looks up and says, "Very funny" to Billy. Then we're treated to Vonda and Billy/Ally flashbacks. Ally looks like a drenched, mangy cat as she plods home. She stops on her stoop and says, "See ya" to the sky. Then Billy's face appears in a cloud and he tells her, "See ya, wouldn't wanna be ya!" Okay, just kidding...but that would've been cool, right?