Ally walks off the elevator all forlorn and drags herself up to Elaine, who is reading Financial Times and drinking "Sqit." Louis didn't show up for the lunch date. "Maybe he's dead," Elaine hypothesizes. "You think?" Ally brightens. Uh, oh. It's that guitar...Here comes Billy with the Pleather Squad. "Buh-Buh-Billy?" says Ally. Through his cigar, Billy says, "It's a look. Like it?" She says "no," and asks what the point is, since he already landed his client. "It becomes me," says Billy, and they take off. Ally is grossed out and makes a joke about the last guy she fell for (Billy, I guess, because Greg was a hallucination?) and how he turned out. Louis runs in and tells Ally that he was almost killed. Someone almost ran over him. Does she still have time for lunch? "Um..." says Ally. Elaine tells them to go into Ally's office and that she'll go out for sandwiches. Aw. Elaine's such a friend.
Ling on the stand: "Girls are so stupid. Especially high-school girls. They want whatever other girls have, whether it's clothes, shoes...They don't choose on the basis of their own taste so much as they like what their friends like." Ling, is that David E. Kelley's pih-kuh-pih-kuh-penis I see ventriloquisting behind you? What does this have to do with the case? Were her employees paid for sexual service? That's all we need to know. We don't care about the whys and wherefores of boys and their libidos. Am I supposed to feel sorry for John now because no one would date him until he was seen with a pretty call girl? Or am I supposed to figure out that John's only dating Nelle because he's hoping to catch another woman's eye? Don't answer that, because either way, I don't care anymore. Ling tells the prosecutor that a promise of sex is implied on any date, that girls are stupid but men are stupider, and that it's typical that a man would consider company and conversation, "nothing." She tells the judge, "Your Honor, it's one thing for him to think with his dumbstick. I shouldn't have to be prosecuted with it!" D'oh. Everyone at the defense table puts their hands to their heads. She says the same stuff again, and then calls Marcus funny-looking. Then she tells the judge to get her a real DA because she's bored.