Scotty rolls up to Play It Again Platters, then stops to ask a sharp-dressed superfly man where he got his very cool 1970s, super-wide lapelled chocolate leather trench coat. Superfly is all, "Beat it, Clorox. I don't have time to talk to every cracker-ass ghost because he still feels bad about using the n-word! I don't have time to solve America's race problems!" Scotty takes umbrage, but then is like, yo, I'm not dead. The ghost Shaft is like, "You ain't? Then I'd be getting out of here right about now." But why? Bang -- two masked and armed robbers burst out of a nearby store. Ghost Shaft fires at them with his ghost gun, but they get away. "Always listen to a dead brother," Ghost Shaft spits at the cowering Scotty. Scotty looks up at his new hero and nods and smiles. Scotty and Ghost Shaft, sitting in a tree.
We see the Budny van parked outside Chicago's Parkway bar, then Jane inside, alone at the bar. Some toothless (well, a missing-toothed) dude next to her is shouting at the televised hockey game, offering advice and encouragement, and she mutters, "Someone's into hockey." He looks sharply at her. Shouldn't these guys know better than to make comments under their breath at weirdos? Jane realized her mistake and asks for the check.
Back at court, the Lawyer Ghost guy is all like, just go up to this guy and drop the name of Teddy Nuzio. Then the ticket thing will get taken care of. "This is how it works!" Yeah, it's perfectly legit. Yawn starts to ask, "You're not a..." A guy walks by and compliments Lawyer Ghost on his tie. Nah, couldn't be. Thanks, Lawyer Ghost! Some cheap-looking detective type watches Yawn talk to no one about dropping the Nuzio name, and looks interested. What does Yawn have to lose, anyway? What indeed.