Meanwhile, in the teacher's lounge, Marla is still passing around her petition. Tina says, "Marla, they're in court right now. What good is a petition?" Marla says it would give her piece of mind, which spurs Harry to crack a joke about her craziness (are these jokes not wearing thinner and thinner, since really she hasn't acted crazy since the pilot?), and Marla shoots back something I have difficulty understanding, even when I rewind it three times, but it sounds like: "Lever right, Harry. Cool whip." This is almost certainly not what she says, but it still sounds like that to me, even when I rewind it two more times, so who cares. Whatever she says, it spurs Jenna to roll her eyes, and get up to leave. Marla follows her, to get her signature. This leaves Tina, Harry, and Lauren alone in the lounge, and Tina asks Lauren, "So. Are you going to testify against Guber?" Lauren says no. Tina is, for some reason, all offended by Lauren's simple answer, and says all snide, "Oh. Would you like to talk about it? Later." And leaves. So that the happy couple can hash out their differences. "What's the matter?" says Harry, sitting down. When he sits down, we can see that they are not, in fact, alone, since Harvey Lipschultz is in the background, reading the paper. I hope he says something, because I need at least one line of dialogue from him for my index page teaser. Meanwhile, Lauren says that nothing's the matter. Ach. Women. "So it's okay for you not to talk, but for me " Lauren caves instantly: "Jenna." Harry says, "Oh." But Lauren's going to pretend that the problem isn't that Harry made jub-jub with Jenna, and that it's actually how Jenna teaches. "Do you know she actually told some of her male students that never mind." Never mind? "Never mind." So Harry puts it out on the table. The issue, I mean: "I slept with her. Isn't that what's bothering you?" Lauren says, "Look, Harry, we both have pasts, I don't expect you not to " Harry does a take over his shoulder at Harvey, who pretends not to be listening. "So you're not angry?" No. "Fine then." Harry leaves. After he's gone, Lauren says, "Fine."
Back in court, Eleanor is interrogating My-Fair-lita, and it seems like she's doing Milton a favor and saying exactly the things that will help Non-Coach Kevin. Eleanor is asking, "Good Kevin say words to you why for?" My-Fair-lita responds: "He tell me no more make jub-jub with Bad Milton." Eleanor asks if there was anything else. "He tell me to go see Witch Doctor Big Boy." Eleanor asks, "Why for?" and, true to her preparation, one assumes, Lisa replies, "Good Kevin want to know that Bad Milton not hurt me." Moving on, Ms. Frutt notes that, at some point (i.e. "Chapter Twelve") Lisa's parents found out about the relationship, and asks what their reaction was. Lisa explains more or less in this manner: "In the first moon of finding out, Big Father want to crush Bad Milton with the Heavy Stone of Punishment. But now they see that Bad Milton is Good Milton, and this moon they support our sharing of the sleeping furs." Over by Steven and Scott, Ms. Krakatoa makes some frantic notes on her legal pad.