Holographic pre-trial thingy for Bionic Boy. Legal spouting and quoting. Arguments. The MLB's motion to dismiss the case is denied; however, the judge thinks that the MLB is entitled to deny access to the disabled if they have a legitimate business reason. "I trust you have that, Mr. Atwell?" the judge asks the MLB's attorney. "Yes, Your Honor," the League's attorney smiles. The judge says he looks forward to hearing it, and orbs out. The League's Attorney grins at Horatio and orbs out. Captions say that Horatio shoots back, "Well, bully for you!" but he doesn't actually say it! Damn, I do like a good "bully" now and again. Hector congratulates Horatio on winning the right to lose a trial. Well, aren't you Mr. The Holographic Glass Is Holographically Half-Empty?
Khanita does more research on her feuding couple, and digs up some tape of Darwin the Dick with a HUGE mullet and HUGE sideburns drawing up the original marriage contract. He's all touchy-feely with them and even shares his own deep feelings about marriage. This is to show that he used to be A Nice Guy, But Then The Law Turned Him Bitter And Gave Him a Better Haircut. While Khanita is enjoying this little blast from the past, various members of the firm come in to gawk, laugh, and eat popcorn at Darwin the Dear's appearance and demeanor. Apparently, the whole thing took place a mere eight years ago. When Darwin the Dear realizes that his clients really don't want children at all, he's taken aback. "He's devastated!" Hannah crows. Battorney Manuel points at the screen and asks, "Can we get Scotty to blow this up because I think I see a tear." Ah, so because the Boy in Black's name is Scotty, and then the accent and the Star Trek thing...got it. Darwin the Dear Dick himself walks in, pauses the feature presentation, and is very sarcastic that everyone is helping Khanita with her research: "That's so nice."
Khanita follows Darwin the Dear Dick around and talks about their case and the marriage agreement. Darwin the Dear Dick tells her she's going to be on her own because he has to interview assistants: "I have to tell from a résumé who's hot." Khanita throws attitude about that, and Darwin the Dear Dick responds, "We interviewed you, didn't we?" Khanita rolls over on that one. Darwin the Dear Dick asks if she wants anything else; she does. She wants to probe into his past life as a nice guy: "What happened to you?" "Well, I'm the same guy deep inside. If only there was someone I could let myself be vulnerable to," Darwin the Dear Dick recites robotically. Heh. "Thanks for sharing," Khanita snits. Darwin the Dear Dick pauses and says, "I got tired."