Cut to Berman in his pool room again. Who knows when. He just found out about the video, and he says it doesn't mean a damn thing. The camera's all wiggly, and the POV is just past McNorris's right shoulder. McNorris says the video proves that Zach is lying. Berman says someone could have been messing with the images, and it could be a fake. You can't even see Jo(e)y's face in that thing, so I don't know how everyone knows it's her. McNorris says that Berman's been making movies way too long to think that's a fake. Hey, man. We all saw Forrest Gump. "Like this bottle," McNorris says, picking up a bottle of wine. "You see this?" He throws it to the ground and then overacts: "That bottle actually broke. There was no CGI there. Just as your son actually filmed himself screwing that girl that he said he didn't know that wound up dead in your guesthouse." That's wordy. And also: there's no screwing on the tape. And also: I wish there was some CGI and that they could make this into a different show. McNorris says he's going to the cops now, and he's going to rat on Zach. They'll bring the kid in for questioning in half an hour, and tomorrow when the DNA gets back, they'll keep him there. Wait, so after the jet took off with "Zach" for "South America," they all just stopped working and went to play softball? When did Wahlberg pick up Willy again? Why not his crazy wife, too? And how long were they playing ball that they could find out that the plane landed in South America?
McNorris starts to leave, but the lawyer asks what it would take to get McNorris to stay. McPointy points toward the heavens and laughs, saying they couldn't pay him enough. "I can," Berman says. He says that when he becomes mayor, he'll make McNorris his DA. McPointy asks how he knows he'll be mayor. Berman says he just knows. He says he'll spend any amount of money McPointy wants to spend. McPointy -- who apparently doesn't mind being DA for a mayor he hates, who just wants to be DA so damn badly that in three seconds he'll become a criminal -- tells them that for half a million dollars he can get Zach citizenship in the West Indies. He says Zach's life there will be bad, and it's still a prison, but it's not as bad as "the real prison that Zach'll be going to where he would become a bitch to some Aryan skinhead named Cue Ball." This script blows chucks, you guys. It's not fair to make us hear it. Berman agrees to the amount of money. McPointy says it's nice to be rich. The lawyer asks McPointy how he knows about the West Indies. "You're still here," McPointy says quickly. "You don't say much. I like that." His head whips back as McPointy says his father used to do this exact thing. Wow, there's some serious overacting in this scene. McPointy tells Berman to get his kid out of school and make it look like a plane jetted him overseas. "That's obstruction, David," some guy says, as if they've asked David to not commit a crime in the first place. McNorris says it isn't, since the plane's not carrying the kid, and will actually be picking up some art that Berman's going to buy in about three minutes. Do we really care about all of this? Should I be this specific? Have I mentioned that it's raining constantly, except in the exterior shots? When people are outside it's sunny and beautiful, but whenever they're inside, it's pouring through the windows.