Khanita watches a surveillance tape of Husband Client's grandma making dinner, and tells Horatio that she's trying to prove that parents aren't as much as a burden as children are.
Battorney Manuel watches the two of them have their tête-à-tête from the hallway when Hector walks up and hands him something. They have a conversation in Spanish that is captioned. How cool would it have been if the conversation was in Esperanto because that was a new language In The Future? I guess it would undermine all Spanish-language persons, though. Maybe two other office people could be speaking it, and we would learn that Esperanto is actually the official language they speak in the new state of East Canada, now called Shatneria? Battorney Manuel wonders if Hector thinks "he" slept with "her," and jerks his head at the two pretty people on the yellow IKEA couch. Hector thinks he'd be an idiot not to. So, he'd be an idiot if he didn't cheat on his wife? I'm quickly hating EVERY-one on this show. That's not a good sign. Battorney Manuel points out that Horatio is married. "I was commenting on his intelligence, not his morality," Hector subtitles. Right -- because they're all lawyers, they blur that line a lot and can be forgiven for it? What? Battorney Manuel laughs at Hector's wise old wit. They look back at the IKEA sofa couple again, and Hector thinks Khanita is "almost perfect." Hector wonders if she's "had some work done." Battorney Manuel's sure she has. "You know for sure?" Hector wonders. "I know nothing," Battorney Manuel says. Hector tells him, "That's why you lost for governor, you can't lie for crap." Well, that and he's not a psychotic, murdering cyborg. "What other work?" Hector wonders. "Well, I'd say she's had everything done," Battorney Manuel says, and informs Hector that Khanita is part of the Genetic Prototype Project. Hector nods, "Cool." I'm so glad they made the genetically perfected individual a woman, because otherwise I'd really miss all these moments of female objectification by the male members of the firm.