John's office. Cassandra informs John, in her ever-changing but always weird voice, that life is short and that she's in Boston to pursue him. He agrees to take her to lunch. Life must be short and desperate.
Courthouse. We find out that Larry and Ally are up against each other in the online-date case. They trade banter and then make a wager -- the case winner gets a two-hour foot rub from the loser. At first I'm thinking that this will be interesting. Will Ally win? We all know Larry's the better attorney, but she's the character after whom the show is named. Plus, the whole show is her hallucination. How could she lose? I'm thinking all this, and then Ally's client shows up, and he's...he's...he's a "little person." I roll my eyes and slump back into my chair. Ally does her trademark phony giggle of discomfort. I don't dare comment on the heinousness of this subplot because I'd hate for someone to get on the forum and accuse me of making fun of tall people.
Conference room. Jackson, Ling, and their client Michael listen to Sylvie, the plaintiff, ranting about how Michael ruined her wedding. Michael was Sylvie's ex-boyfriend and still-close friend, so she invited him to her wedding. When the minister asked if there were any objections, Michael yelled, "Stop." The plaintiff was "horrified." She says this several times and Jackson mocks her. Ling applies lipstick and ignores the proceedings. Sylvie is rather amusing in her self-righteous anger, so of course this is one of the few times we'll see her. "It went off with a hitch, and I am damaged. Look at me!" she screams. Michael, who'd been sympathetically doleful up to this point, looks at Sylvie and smiles. I actually liked this scene. I don't know why. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that my neighbors are smoking marijuana on the balcony outside my window. Did I mention that the boring "I'm not comfortable" lawyer is representing Sylvie? No, that's right...I didn't. Good. That's the way I planned it.