"So were you incompetent when you misspelled his name, when you let him walk out of here, or when you failed to destroy this tape?" Youngblood doesn't even remember the interview, and Singh starts in on her, and Duram points out that before the maglev bombing the whole GDD was basically just doing crap work like that anyway, but Singh's not having it. "She let him walk out of here with a pat on the bottom, an apology, and a book bag full of wires!" (Angeli Thing Four, menfolk discussing a female peer like she's not in the room: Check.) Duram notes also that there probably wasn't even a bombing plan that far back, which doesn't really help Singh's mood, and finally he just throws the tape down and leaves, disappointed. "Guys. Just... Just be better."
Youngblood freaks out not only about the dressing-down but also the fact that she literally had the bomber in her clutches and let him go, but she still can't even remember anything about the kid. Duram starts pulling tape out of the thing, like that will help, and then suddenly realizes how they can do "better." What if people found out that the house, that "Terror Mom" -- aka the Melinda Gates of the Twelve Worlds -- wasn't even getting searched, because of the red tape of Daniel's defense work? They would revolt, obviously; Youngblood loves the idea, and Duram gets some faceless switchboard operator named "Helen" to leak that fact to the Caprica Tribune.
The judge finally comes out to yell at Joe, taking him to a side hall and basically teabagging him in the face for no reason whatsoever. There's this client of Joe's, Plexico Amarcord, on whose behalf apparently Joe has paid off this judge so he won't stand trial, but now the judge is saying that he will, because he's mad because Joe didn't make the bribe personally but left it in a drop-box for him... Which Joe only did because he got confused and thought they'd already discussed this particular client. So he's offended the judge by skipping the step of kissing his ass, because he honestly thought he had not skipped that step.
The judge yells at him for awhile -- we revisit the Adama-Not-Adams thing, even, is how long this scene goes -- and then says Joe will have to pay double, and that he knows it'll come out of Joe's own pocket because what, he's going to tell the Guatrau to pay double? He stomps off and calls Joe "Adams" again, and meanwhile Joe is just getting darker and scarier by the second. But this scene, I honestly don't understand the point of it except to show that Joe is slacking off on work due to his Tamara/Daniel obsession, which is valid to show, except why did it feel so long? Maybe this will bear more fruit, like, maybe Plexico Amarcord is going to be important. Actually wait, that's likely, because they specifically mentioned a "Plex" getting nabbed in the wiseguy scene, when they were whining about the horrible treatment they, who are criminals, typically receive at the hand of the law.