Court. The judge believes in "second chances" and tells the old man that he'll "be the one taking" the chance. Bang! goes the gavel. The man busts out the ring. It's huge! That gold-digger's hand will drag on the ground. What a healing testament.
The bar. For Jenny's birthday, Elaine is singing a song that ties in with the last scene, but has nothing to do with Jenny: "With This Ring." Elaine will always love Jenny, always love Jen? What-the-fuck-EVER. Jenny and Ray twirl on the dance floor. Fish busts through them and sits by John at the bar. Where did John go anyway? He isn't SAYING. AGAIN. John says "a man's hole is his temple." Hee. Fish thinks John should address the firm, because if the firm can't respect John, who does that leave? Richard Fish? John sees his point.
Ally and Ling are sharing a table and talking. No, seriously. Ling asks where Ally's date is. Getting ready to sing. Did Ling strip for a semi-nude layout? Ling says, "My character wasn't growing enough." Oh, Lucy Liu, I am so sorry you have to go out this way. Want me to egg DEK's car for you? Thy will be done.
Elaine finishes her song with a huge "thank you!" Jenny and Ray sit down. Ray says he bets Jenny has a "pretty decent rattle," and Ally calls him a pig. Glenn takes the stage and announces he's going to sing a little Elvis song. Jenny claps and giggles and squinches her shoulders like a wittle dirl. In her Marc Jacobs dress, it fits perfectly. At the bar, John says he thought he was Elvis in a prior life. Richard points out the Elvis lived in this life. "There's the rub," says John. Crack kills, DEK. That's all I can say. Glenn starts singing "You Are Always on My Mind," which makes me think of the Willie Nelson version. And you know what I think of when I think of Willie Nelson? Weed. What a great cue. Anyway, the song is all about a guy that didn't love his woman right, and that she is...you know what. Always on his mind. Ally stares at Jenny, who's happy and sad at the same time, enjoying her birthday song and getting the so-not-subtle "deeper" "meaning" of the lyrics. Ray says he thinks Glenn still loves Jenny. And, that neither he nor Ally will get laid tonight. The anvils just can't miss!
Ally and Glenn walk home, post-date. Glenn says cheerily that he thinks Jenny loved the song, and she loves Elvis. Ally is all, do you think you're fooling anybody? "You still love her, Glenn. Why do you keep denying it?" Because they love each other as friends, says Glenn. Ally says she knows when somebody loves somebody. "Just because it isn't smooth doesn't mean it isn't right!" And, Ally chooses not to be with someone who is in love with someone else. And Glenn's a great guy, and there's a great girl out there for him somewhere. Night! She walks off. Good!
Law firm. Corretta is surprised to see the old man back in, sans gold-digging woman. Can he have a word with her and Richard? Sure. And, Glenn gives Elaine a hit-and-run compliment: "Great song." She's thrilled he noticed.