John questions Mrs. Schoefield in court some more. She doesn't have any reason to believe Paul was the killer, other than the clapping. She suggests that Paul's motive was the fact that he got fired. She doesn't know of anyone else who'd want to kill her husband. I guess the other people who were fired along with Paul can't be suspects because their defects aren't as suspicious as Paul's. John does the old "Can you tell the court who that woman sitting over THERE is" routine. He points to Nancy R-S, but Mrs. Schoefield acts like he means her cleaning lady, who's sitting in front of Nancy. Mrs. Schoefield acts like she doesn't know Nancy's name; John points out that the cleaning lady heard her say Nancy's name. It's ascertained that Mr. And Mrs. Schoefield fought over Nancy. John describes his version of the murder scene. Ally imagines it vividly and screams again. Ugh. I know why they did it the first time -- so the Calistaphiles out there could see her in the shower. I don't understand why we have to go through it again. You know what I'm going to do when I finish this recap? I'm going to put in my Diablo CD, name a character "Ally," and let the skeletons and demons kill it. The prosecuting attorney jumps up and says, "This is outrageous!" I wish I could agree, because then it'd be easier to stay awake. John rants for a while. The prosecutor says that they have other evidence -- a pen on the scene with Paul's fingerprints. Judge Walsh finds probable cause to exist and declares Paul bound over for trial. Nose whistles abound.
Ally sits at the table in one of the many, many little courthouse rooms and wants to know how his pen got in the Schoefields' place. Perry Mason pops her across the head with a rolled-up newspaper and says, "It was put there by the person who framed him, dumb-ass!" Oh, wait...Okay, Paul doesn't know. Ally acts all sympathetic, and Paul acts like he's retarded instead of just suffering from OCD. He opines that Mrs. Schoefield thinks he's the murderer because he's just a freak. They blather more and Paul asks if he's going to stay in jail forever. Ally's either shed a tear, or else she spilled some glycerin into one of the hollows under her eyes.
Ally, John, and Richard have a late meeting about the case. Gawd. Can we please watch Billy fall down the stairs or something? Ally hypothesizes that Nancy R-S was the murderer. That's all well and good, but then Ally suggests that she wear a wire, go to Nancy's house, and try to get her to admit that she killed Schoefield. What the hell ever. This is beyond ludicrous. It's not even over-the-top. It's just plain dumb. Ally blabs about how good she is at getting people to spill their stories of woe. "I show you mine, you show me yours," she says for no other reason that to set up a line from Richard about his penis. Ally goes into an unnecessary story about a boy who stole pencils in her sixth-grade class. Ally admits that her plot sounds ridiculous, but they have nothing to lose. John says she could lose her life, if Nancy's really the killer. Oh, okay. So THAT'S why they left Ally alone with Paul...Ally says that John and Richard will listen outside. Her nose whistles. John's does, too. I think Ally's does again, but I'm not sure because I ran to the kitchen and stabbed myself in the eye with a shrimp fork. My therapist said I can go ahead and finish this recap, and then I need to get out of the house for a while. I asked if I should start smoking crack to ease the pain, but she said no.