Kate's broken the news to Connie about Finch and Victoria going to town, which doesn't really seem to bother Connie all that much, and Kate offers to set her up with someone a little more "viable." I guess there was no making out on her date with the Courier Queen, although Connie admits that it would have been fun if the guy hadn't been so flaming. So it's settled, then; Kate's going to try to fix her up with someone who might actually want to poke her. Oh, hey, Nick! Nick looks Connie up and down as Connie leaves, then chases after Kate (who I forgot to mention is wearing what looks to be some sort of tight black dress, the likes of which I've never seen on a lawyer, ever). "Were you just talking to C-Tag?" asks Nick, which requires an explanation; it stands for "cute travel agent girl," which is the nickname Nick and "Randy the Janitor" have given her. Kate's mildly amused, and tells Nick that Connie's the one Kate was telling him about earlier. Nick: "If she wants to test her relationship, let her test it with me." Kate says no and walks away, burning him with a "'cause I promised her someone with potential." Nick defends himself by saying that he knows he's given the impression in the past that he's a less than attentive date, but he calls that a "tactic," one which I'm assuming he wouldn't employ against the vulnerable Connie. But still, he says, "I can go all out. And when I go all out? I go all out." Kate temporarily loses her mind and agrees to set Nick up with Connie. "I'll make you proud," he says.
In the courtroom, Kate's making an eloquent speech about Weston's "abject grief" during the divorce, which caused him to forget about a silly ol' mattress, but now he's miserable because he's exhausted. He's lost his house and his stuff, pleads Kate: "At least give him a good night's sleep." But the judge ain't havin' it, and dismisses it with a curt "motion denied." And I'm no lawyer, but I doubt that Kate's plaintive "Just like that?" wins many points with the court. Kate tells Weston that it was a long shot anyway, and he tells her not to worry about it; he says he has a better idea, but all he'll say about it is that he'll stop by her office tomorrow.
Outside the court, Kate sees Lucas, and she thanks him for going out with Connie. His response is that it's always nice to go out and reaffirm his gayness, whatever that means. He also waves hello to Weston's ex-wife, Maureen, and thanks her for the lentil recipe she gave him. "Subliiime!" he sing-songs. Kate's all, you two know each other? "I have served her with ten summons in the past year, all from your guy," he says, suggesting that Weston really has it in for his ex-wife.