Ling asks Nelle to take just one dance lesson. "I do not like my eggs with Spam, I do not twist, Sam I Am," says Nelle. Too bad, because the dance instructor is waiting outside the door. The Salsa Music of Upcoming Sexual Desire plays as Sam Adams walks in. He is an attractive-enough Latino played by a man known simply as Chayanne. He shakes Nelle's hand, commenting that it's cold while he feels her forearm with his other hand. Nelle is bien encantada. She decides to go ahead and take one lesson.
Mr. Bo is hauled into court on a stalking charge. Melanie shows up and tries to have the charges dropped. The judge tells her to hush. John shows up and drops the charges himself. Melanie is all happy. Whatever.
Ally barges into Richard's office and demands to see the firm's résumé. There's a big routine with keys and locks and alarms. Then Ally's handed the file and she reads, "Our lawyers have legs to stand on." I can't tell if that's supposed to be a sexual innuendo or what. Richard points out that he never interviewed Ally or looked at her résumé. He says he's still looking for her ability as a lawyer. He says that people hate lawyers and would rather feel screwed by beautiful female attorneys than plain old non-beautiful ones. Ally is shocked and disgusted. Richard tells her that she trades on her looks every day, and that's why she puts on makeup to come to work. She gasps and leaves. Whatever.
The Salsa Trumpets of Latino Stereotypes play as Sam Adams teaches Nelle to salsa. If she can salsa, he says, the twist will be easy. And he seems to think that she can salsa. Elaine eaves-watches and fumes. She goes to complain to Ally. "You people win at everything. I'm sick of you people," she says. She reminds us that she doesn't have a law degree and that she needs some way to feel like a winner at the firm and blah, blah, blah. Didn't we hear this speech in the Tina Turner dance contest episode? Why can't Elaine just go to community college classes if this is such an issue for her? Ally retorts that even though she has a degree, she was only hired because she was a babe. Elaine snorts derisively at this assertion. Then she tries to play it off and says that Ally is smart and educated. Elaine still wants to win the contest, though.