Angry Redhead Lady says that as the company grew and new clients came in, they were told they weren't working out. Quiet Witness is now on the stand and says that they were being fired for being "weirdos." Richard objects to the use of the word "weirdos" even though it's his own witness who said it. Quiet Witness says they had no warning and they got fired just for the way they looked. Under cross-examination he's forced to admit that they hadn't accomplished one of the components of their job descriptions -- to cultivate new clients. He says it was new, and in time they would have done it, but they didn't. The prosecution looks shaky.
The club is filling up with people. The "wackadoos" sit at a table. Billy asks Ally why she isn't in costume. Ally says she figured everyone else would be dressed up. A woman stands on the stage and announces the rules. Once your number is called, "Get your ass up here. You got twenty seconds." She then announces that they are going to be judged by Tina. She points out where Tina is sitting. Everyone turns to look. "Do not approach Miss Turner. You do that, you get disqualified. Do not go near the lady." Ally sneers at her bad luck, but I'm too busy fantasizing about the day I can sit at a table and it is announced that I am a lady and you can't go near me.
Richard and John watch the tape of Richard's media statement from earlier. He's going on about the freaks and weirdos in Boston ("Ever been to a Patriots game? The girls get huge in the winter"). and John is getting very upset. Richard thinks he spoke beautifully. He was supporting "the ugly people." Richard asks John what's bothering him. "Is this case hitting a little too close to home?" Richard enlightens us all by saying that John has a special place in his heart for "oddballs" because he is one. John puts his hands up to his head and asks Richard to not talk. "Please don't talk. Can you do that? Can you not talk?" Kevin Spacey then walks in and asks Richard if he'll go to lunch. Will he go to lunch? Will he go to lunch? Will he go to lunch? Will he go to lunch? Richard immediately begins talking and walks out of the room.