Ed's in his office when Carol bursts in with her basketball. Indicating the basketball, Ed says, "I'm afraid I can't let you bowl with that. It's too bouncy." As always, Carol doesn't listen to Ed, and admits that she needs to know everything about basketball, before tomorrow. I assume they're talking about the actual game and not the drugs, sex, and thug life surrounding the professional level of the sport.
In somebody's driveway, Ed and Mike are trying to teach Carol and Nancy about the "Pick and Roll." They demonstrate the move and Carol admits it's a sneaky move and she likes it. Ed gives her the ball and tells her to try it, while patting her on the ass. Carol turns around with venom in her eyes. Ed quickly explains that's called a basketball pat, and he even called her "Buddy" to prove it was just a friendly pat. Carol turns back around and Ed debates on sniffing his fingers.
In the courtroom, everyone is watching a video that was secretly taken of Ted the day he thought he won the lottery. Ted begins freaking out on the video, telling everyone to kiss his $20 million ass. He tells Durford that the reason he's quitting is because the company sucks, Durford sucks, boxes suck. In the video, you see one of the defendants trying to calm Ted down, but Ted's wound up -- hell, he just became a millionaire. The tape is shut off and Ed asks the defendant what happened next. The defendant says that Ted ran off before the pranksters could tell him the truth. Ted went home, told his wife he was leaving her, and took off. The defendant says that they're always playing pranks like this at work, and recently put a live ferret in a guy's locker. The defendant then says that he really tried to tell Ted it was fake, but it was too late.