Out in the court's hallways, Jerry Foley asks Ed how much longer they're going to have to wait for a verdict. Ed says he doesn't know, but it doesn't look good for Jerry's case. Veccio walks out and tosses a balled-up napkin into a wastebasket like he was Michael Jordan for Jerry's approval. Jerry tells him that he's met a lot of jerks in his life but Veccio takes the Nobel Jerk Prize, which your dear Uncle Bob has won three years in a row, thank you very much. Veccio wants to tell Jerry a story about a jerk he once knew, which sounds intriguing. It seems that about five years ago, Veccio was a caddy in a golf tournament and he was caddying for a guy who everyone says was going pro. Veccio does a bang-up job as a caddy the entire time and at the end of the 18 holes, the golfer stiffed Veccio on a tip. Now THAT guy was a jerk. Jerry stands there for a second, letting all the memories flow back to him. Veccio says, "You know...that jerk...he probably doesn't even remember me." Then as he walks away, he says smugly, "You da man." And Jerry realizes that all this was brought on by the fact that he didn't tip Veccio five years earlier at a tournament. Which just goes to show you...tip everybody that you come into contact with in daily life if you ever want to win a golf tournament. It's one of life's hard-earned lessons, kids.
In a kitchen setting, gay Scott is running around being a little bitch to every employee in sight when Mike shows up. Scott asks Mike if Jerome is allergic to lead-based paint and Mike doesn't know for sure, but would like to know why Scott wants to know. Scott says it's a body-art thing. Mike stops Scott's wandering mind long enough to tell him that Jerome is not interested in any of the ideas that Scott has presented, and in fact has rejected them all. Jerome wants a simple and classy banquet with no flamboyant shenanigans to be had. Scott says no problem. I giggle to myself because this wouldn't be Ed if shit didn't backfire on Mike. So this should be pretty good.
Back in the courtroom, the judge uses a buncha language that nobody other than a lawyer would care to have transcribed here. Basically, Veccio didn't break any laws or rules, since there is no rule stating you can't act like a jerk in public. So the court rules for Veccio, and Ed loses another case. Veccio jumps up and starts doing the Cabbage Patch while saying "Tim-Man, Tim-Man" which must be his first name, I guess. Either that or the guy's a huge closet Tim Allen freak.