Family Court is in session, and we get to watch a tape of the husband and wife getting it on one morning when they are interrupted by an elderly woman entering their room because she couldn't find her glasses. I guess In The Future, everyone has surveillance tapes in every room in their house? That's so Sliver. Darwin the Dick objects to the video because it might have been tampered with. He argues the tampering angle by pointing at Khanita and saying, "There is video of my colleague here having sex with several women at the same time, okay?" Khanita looks slightly perturbed, but I think it's just a phantom spine sensation. "And it was very easy to make," Darwin the Dick concludes. I can't BELIEVE this kind of SHIT is STILL GOING ON IN THE FUTURE AND NO ONE, NOT THE FEMALE JUDGE, NOT THE PEOPLE IN THE COURT, NOT THE COLLEAGUE IN QUESTION, AND NOT EVEN THE VIEWERS ARE SAYING A DAMN THING ABOUT IT! Jesus H. Caviezel! It's not even funny. In fact, it's so fucking insulting that it's presented in a comic way, right down to Khanita's lukewarm look of alarm. Oh, ha-ha, he's talking about making porn videos using the likeness of his colleague, and isn't it amusing that it's even easier to do In The Future? But because it's The Acknowledged Prick of the Show, we're not talking about it being a form of rape or even an invasion of privacy, even IN LIGHT OF LAST WEEK'S EPISODE! As long as the prickness is acknowledged, it's okay, right?
Judge Family tells Darwin the Dick that he's in so much in contempt of court for being so grossly inappropriate that she's going to disbar him. Well, I'm sure that's what she meant when she notes that like his recently and repeatedly objectified colleague, he's got the "same hang-up about the law." "Must've picked it up in law school," Darwin the Dick snarks. Judge Family sniffs and watches more of the video presentation, the next clip showing the wife having to clean up a messy bed left by the weakened bladder of one of the Elderlies. Is that supposed to make me sympathetic to the Wife Client as the camera pans to show her pained and long-suffering face? Because it doesn't. It only makes me more sympathetic to the Elderlies, who not only have to live with the degradation of their bodies and minds betraying them as they continue to live past their expectations, but now they have to live with the idea that their own family is going to court over whether or not they deserve to be cared for and loved. The husband looks back at the Elderlies. Sheesh, they're also there having to watch themselves on screen peeing their beds? Could their dignity be taken away any more?