Richard is consoling Ally, who says "this might be [her] final breakdown." I SHOULD BE SO LUCKY. He's asking about the hallucination of the skater-boy, and asks if that's why she "went crazy" at the bar last night with her wild dancing-type movements. Ally used to go skating, and "pretend [she] was in love." Richard says that the little boy is Ally, or the part of Ally that used to be little and believe in love. And she isn't letting that part of her stay alive insider her anymore. Ally says that's "far too profound" for Richard to have come up with. Richard says that he "was there when Billy died, and when Larry left." Ally is all, "The little boy is me? Uh." Worst. Episode. Ever.
Aerial shot of Boston. I think I've had enough. Nell Carter's on the stand. Corretta questions her. Could she fix Corretta up? Or, this woman? Or, this woman here in the back who looks like a man? Or, this random, redheaded woman in the tiger-striped top with the black leather jacket and skirt? Nell says she'll eat her license if she can't find that vixen a mate. Corretta asks for the vixen's name. "Kimmy. Bishop." So, what does that prove? Is this even court? Who's talking? John asks if Nell would like a little Jack cheese on her license. Nell stammers that Kimmy didn't look like that when she came to her! Corretta asks if anyone wants to meet the new, slutty Kimmy. Many hands are raised. Okay, is this a shout-out to Michelle Pfeiffer? Since she was in Grease II, and the slut makeover worked on Olivia Newton-John in Grease? I'm reaching, aren't I? ["That's no reach. There were Grease references all over Gwen's recap of Kimmy's last trial." -- Wing Chun]
Nell and her lawyers are in chambers with John, Corretta, and Kimmy. Nell says that Kimmy was unwilling to make "these kinds of wholesale changes" Nell wanted her to make in order to find a match: "She's only making them now to win a lawsuit!" Nell says she'll switch her slogan back, adding that if Kimmy will make some changes, Nell will find Kimmy a man. Kimmy says she still "has to be true to [herself]," but they make a deal to work together again. Great. Anyone care? Me neither.
Vonda sings "Young at Heart" as we witness the wedding of Jackie Bisset and Young Snake. Ally is a bridesmaid. Kimmy is wearing her wig and slut outfit as she sits in the pew with John. Oh, there's Ray, checking his watch! He and Kimmy exchange a look. Oh, boy.