That evening, Connie is at her computer when Cutter comes in and compliments her on a job well done. She chuckles that someone else thought so too, and reads a short anonymous email saying she's smart and has great legs -- "the total package." Admittedly we've had Juror # Creepy shoved down our throats via camera angles already so I'm not unbiased, but if I were her I think I'd find that email at least a little bit weird. She just seems to find it cute, though, and Cutter agrees with the contents. The two share a brief awkward look that screams, "Oh my gosh, don't look over there, he/she may think I LIKE like him!" It feels a little weird and out of the blue, and I can't tell if it's setting up a possible relationship in the future or is just ham-fistedly telegraphing what's next. I guess we'll figure that out in episodes to come. Cutter asks if she wants to cross-examine Sugar, but she gets uncomfortable and tells him and his own great legs to do it.
Fortunately, Sugar's sores have cleared up nicely in time for her turn on the stand. She again says that Tito didn't let her call the police, but can't offer up evidence of him stopping her. Cutter insists that she was the one who killed Anne-Marie, and compares the two women, which finally starts to get a reaction. Sugar insists, more and more agitated, that they weren't at all the same, but Cutter keeps nagging her -- including calling her a "junkie skank," which oddly enough the judge allows -- until she breaks down completely and yells that she just wanted Anne-Marie away from Tito, crying that she wanted her gone. The swelling music tells us that the point has been made, and Juror # Creepy looks, well, creepy.
Some time later, Connie is outside and stops at a newsstand to buy a "Fashionelle" magazine. Ooh, I hope they have a Fashion Director named "Tina Farcia" who's on the panel of a popular reality show about clothing designers. As Connie walks away, Juror # Creepy stops her to say hi. She finally has a realistic reaction and seems both freaked out and worried as she tells him they can't speak outside the courtroom. He tells her he knows, and that he just wanted to compliment the job she did, but she asserts that it's inappropriate and walks away. She goes back to the office and tells Cutter she had the "great legs" email traced. Before she can tell him, he guesses that it's from Juror # Creepy. She's completely offended when he explains that J#C had been checking her out all week, especially when she realizes that Cutter saw it during jury selection and kept the guy for that very reason. He plays dumb at her indignation as she wonders why he'd tell her that a man found her attractive. "It's a rather common occurrence, Connie." Well, if that was flirting earlier, and if this is supposed to be more now, I don't think that it's going to materialize into anything after all this. Guys, a hint -- if you like someone, don't encourage someone else to leer at her for days on end. It doesn't give the impression that you want. Maybe an invitation to dinner instead?