Don Knotts is working for Target. His juxtaposition with Britney Spears saddens and repulses me.
It's morning, people are boating, and Richard is upset that Georgia's suing the firm. The lawyers and Elaine are in the conference room fretting over Georgia's suit. John is pouting and wearing too much eyeliner. Richard asks whether the firm kissed Farrah Fawcett, Cloroxed its head, or pledged allegiance to "shmuckhood." Billy says this big sentence about Georgia behaving like a typical angry, weak, frustrated, embittered, man-hating woman. We see each of his female co-workers make little moués of mild disagreement or amusement. John reads Georgia's cause of action, which says that the firm was a sexual arena that interfered with marital relations. Nelle tsks and Ling says, "That's even too bogus for me!" Okay, what am I missing here? Is David E. Kelley being sued? For the third time already this episode, the "New Man In Town" vamp sounds while someone does a fist-into-palm punch. Y'all please give it a rest. Please. Everyone gets into the elevator. That is, Elaine tries, but Richard pushes her back into the office, his hand on her exposed chest. He makes an unwitticism about having money and always being sued.
All the lawyers troop down the hall into court. ["I really think that if an entire law firm were being sued, it would hire another firm to represent it." -- Wing Chun] Ally asks Richard whether he thinks it's a good idea to walk in with an army. He says it does. They stop when they see Georgia with "Tiny Tim." Billy stomps up and asks Georgia in his pissed-off voice what she's doing. Tiny Time jumps in for her and tells Billy to address his questions to him, Tim. Even though Georgia has had her blonde hair shorn, she is not the New Woman in Town because she only stands there with her teeth protruding worrisomely, like always. Billy leans in to give a message to his wife via Tim: "You're an embittered, angry, little, man-hating bitch." Georgia stands there like a kewpie doll until Tim says they should just go in. No one from Fish & Cage seems surprised by Billy's rudeness, vehemence, hostility, or general assholocity.