Hot Guy Ray and the phone company guy get off the elevator, ready for the settlement hearing. Elaine gets her one line in, telling Glenn the TVs are ready. Portia gets Line #2 in, asking Glenn to sing for Ling even though he doesn't know her: "The problem is, others do." What? Ally blows off John and slams into Ray, who says that sometimes he asks out the chick lawyers he works with as an unnerving tactic. We know. So, post-case, Ray will ask Ally out "for real." Oh my god, will somebody fuck someone already?
Conference room. Ally and Glenn agree that $125,000 is way too low. So, they made a little commercial. Hello, it's Dame Edna. If you're like her (and who isn't?), you've been annoyed by those calls from the phone company. And if you're like me, you've been annoyed by plotlines about those calls from the phone company. The phone-company guy looks scared; Jenny, triumphant. Dame Edna continues her schtick, saying that 72,000 "possums...er, 'people'" have joined in a class-action suit. Do enough people know Dame Edna's routine by now? She calls people "possums." Why is this bit so ineffectual on this show? Oh, right: it's not funny! Yeah. There's an 800 number people can call to join the suit. Oh, and the phone companies also offer a service (for $11 a month) protecting you from cold sales calls. Jenny has a few seconds of screen time, batting cleanup for Dame Edna. They bought airtime for the spot tomorrow night. Good for them! Of course, never mind the fact that all the phone companies could have made a dozen ads themselves by now, with bigger stars, or even with Carrot Top, Vanessa Williams, and Sela Ward having a three-way with those ex-football players watching and saying how much bang you get for a buck or whatever. But still. Hooray, or something.