Back in the courtroom, Mr. Crane is being grilled by Ed. Once again, that's not a double entendre. Ed asks Crane if he voted to have Bancroft fired. Crane says he did, because Mr. Bancroft is a damned racist! Ed says, "So? What's wrong with being a racist?" Crane stares at him and says, "Is this a joke?" Crane says that this is America, and that the color of one's skin shouldn't be a factor in holding anyone back, because everyone's equal. Men, women, blacks, whites -- everyone. Ed says that Crane couldn't have possibly just said that. Crane says that's exactly what he said: everyone should be treated as equals. Ed says, "Even gay people?" Crane swallows and looks like he's about to poop his pants. Ed then reads the quote from Crane, declaring that Bancroft's "type" shouldn't be allowed to teach our children or host slumber parties for wayward teen boys. Ed informs Crane that he has several people willing to testify that Crane is constantly making homophobic comments, and that he led the charge to poison people's minds about Mr. Bancroft. Crane is squirming like a little boy chained to a wall in Pee wee Herman's basement. Ed asks Crane whether it's true that he made all these anti-gay statements, and Crane doesn't answer. The judge tries to tell Crane to answer, but Ed says that it's okay; his facial expressions are worth a thousand words. The other lawyer asks Crane what the final vote against Bancroft was. Crane says it was 7-2 in favor of giving Bancroft the old heave-ho. The other lawyer rests his case because, quite frankly, that's all he's got. This whole gay thing has really thrown his defense into a tizzy.
Episode Report CardUncle Bob: B | 372 USERS: C+
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