Hallway in the Halls of Bustice. Miss Holt is all, did you enlist that paunchy boozehound to come down here? No! Sarah just wanted him to provide an affidavit proving intent. Even though she was asked to leave it alone. Randuh comes out and says, "She said she was going to 'get me'!" She makes the air quotes, too. I think Randa is my favorite character. She's so stiff and clipped. I'd love to see this woman in other roles. Miss Holt is all, "I told you to rely in case law! Your judgment is officially on probation." What does that even mean? She walks off; then Randa swivels her neck, shoots Sarah a look, and follows suit. Sweet.
The office. It's late. Gretchen is working, and Jeannie comes up and says she's done a little snooping. Michael isn't performing tonight, like he said he was, and that the phone calls they get when he's over come from an address near Chinatown. Want to go check it out later? Sarah can be so "naive." Gretchen doesn't know. A man walks up and asks how her trial went. "He hung himself." "Excellent. [Giancarlo] is looking for you, so you can excuse yourself." The man tells Jeannie that it was his doing that stopped her from arguing: "I am sorry that you worked so hard only to have this thing yanked away." He walks off, and she says it's okay.
Giancarlo's office. Gretchen knocks and asks if they are still friends. Barf. They talk in whispers, on the couch. He softly tells her that if a client tells her he's having sexual fantasies about her, she has to tell a partner, "not just for personal liability reasons, but also for [her] personal safety." He does not add, "duh." Then he tells her she has "extraordinary potential," and "that's it." She turns at the door and says she's sorry to have heard about his separation. He says if that were any of her concern, he'd thank her. Woo!
Jeannie fights off her pilot boyfriend. Hey, give it up for the pilot, missy. Fly the friendly skies. Fly them naked. He cooked you dinner! She says she's not feeling too sexual these days, and is having trouble with her Boss-man. He's been touching her. Kevin gets all bent out of shape and asks how many times her boss touched her before she said anything. She says she doesn't need that. He says she has to set boundaries, and that "men only do these things if they think they're going to be received." That, or they're playing the odds like Gene Simmons of Kiss, who makes hitting on girls a math equation. Do guys in the office hit on Sarah or Gretchen? Jeanne opens her mouth and moves her jaw to one side in that universal gesture of "you fucking idiot." "Go catch your flight," she tells him. He says she has to take responsibility, and she says she doesn't, and she won't. Real mature.