PlasticMan is packing up files as Shaggy runs down with a wamperjawed tie. "Are we positive that we have to dress up for this thing?" Shaggy asks. "It's gay people, Egg, be glad there's not a theme," PlasticMan tells him. Shaggy asks Riley if his shirt goes with his tie. "If they both got lavender in them," Riley says fastening a bracelet. "Lavender?" Shaggy asks. "I thought this shirt was light blue." "Looks lavender to me," PlasticMan says. Shaggy says he's going to change. Anna walks in wearing an extremely loud orange sequined dress. "What color is this?" Shaggy asks Anna. "Gay," Anna says. Oh, aren't they the witty ones? Anna says she thinks she might not go to the banquet because she doesn't know if she can handle being around that many lawyers, "not after today." Anna goes on to tell PlasticMan that she lied to him, and she actually did use the dirt she found on McDougal to blackmail him. "And the worst part of it is, I don't know if I did it because I wanted to destroy the guy or because I wanted to win or because I'm jealous." PlasticMan says, "Well, maybe it's just one of those ends and means things." "Is this the lecture?" Anna asks tearfully. "No lecture," PlasticMan tells her. "You're beating yourself up already and Mrs. Pilnick gets to stay in her home, thanks to you, and if what you did was a mistake, if, then maybe it's a good thing that it happened now, so you learn something -- so next time you know. You're a good lawyer, Anna, and more importantly you're a good person," and PlasticMan finishes what sounded very much like a lecture and kisses her on the forehead. PlasticMan leaves the room. "Doesn't help, does it?" Riley asks. "No," Anna says, blubbering. They hug.
Episode Report CardKeckler: C+ | 466 USERS: C+
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