Court House: Juliet has just given her testimony. Her attorney deals with the press, while Bridget reminds Juliet the hard part is over. Catherine sneers at Bridget. Andrea comes up and hugs Juliet. Andrew notes that Mr. DeLuca wants to ask Juliet some questions before Tessa Troublemaker's testimony. I gather DeLuca must be Tessa's attorney, and here's what throws me: is this is trial or a civil suit? I mean, Juliet's got her own attorney. It sounds like Tessa has one, too. I suppose Juliet could just have her own attorney because Andrew is rich and he wants someone working with his daughter privately, beyond whatever the D.A. is doing, to ensure her testimony is sound.
Recapper's Husband: You realize you're putting more thought into this than the writers, right? Don't you have an 8:00 AM deadline?
Recapper: Point taken and yep.
Recapper's Husband: Well it's 7:00 AM, and the kids don't even leave for another half-hour. Why the heck are you wasting time asking me questions like this? As soon as this show is over, I forget all about it. I'M A GUY!
Recapper: I always liked that about you.
Recapper's Husband: I don't think I've seen this episode all the way through yet. I keep falling asleep. It's like televised NyQuil.
So anyhow, once Catherine and Bridget are alone, Catherine comes at Bridget for always trying to one up her. Bridget assures Catherine she's not trying to do that, and she's not working an angle. She does think, however, that Catherine is too hard on Juliet. She suggests Catherine and Juliet spend some time alone together, and says that when they went ice skating over the holidays Juliet seemed to like it. Catherine's expression softens as she remembers taking Juliet skating when she was little. Bridget promises to give mother and daughter some space. Catherine: "Siobhan, thanks for not being a bitch." Bridget gives a fake smile to this and walks off. I wonder how she is not getting the message that her sainted twin was a nasty piece of work. I mean, has anyone -- other than Tool Belt (and the poor, late, Gemma) -- not hated Shiv for one reason or another?
Sidebar: The ice skating mention was, to me, a better Buffy shout-out. Buffy (like Sarah Michelle Gellar herself) loved ice skating. Angel once hired out a rink, and took her. She loved going to ice shows, and was devastated when her father stood her up for their usual Ice Capades (or similar) date on one of her birthdays. Okay. It's 7:13 AM, now. No time for sentimental Buffy Stuffy.