Sam busts Jane out of jail, teasing her for getting put into the slammer: "I just never thought I'd see the day. Jane Porter in jail. Mm-mm-mmm." He asks if she knows what her first problem was. "Not listening to you?" asks Jane. "Dayum!" Sam shouts. "Rehabilitation does work!" It's so dark in this jail. Jane smiles and asks Sam if he's enjoying himself. Sam says he is, under the circumstances. Do you think Jane misses her dead fiancé? Sam opens the jail door and says that Jane's free to go. Jane blinks a lot and says she doesn't understand. Sam says, "Kath-a-leen Clayton just paid your bail."
Casa Kath-a-leen. Jane has space-time-ripped over there, and is thanking Xena for springing her from the pokey. Well, at first she just thanks Xena, but Xena doesn't remember doing anything needing thanking, and so Jane says, "Posting my bail?" even though it's been four seconds since we heard that she posted the bail and man this show has been a serious waste of all of our time. Xena has a new haircut, and they're using so much product that it looks like her hair is greasy. And someone has given Jane a new dye job, but I think it happened halfway through shooting, because half of the episode she's a redhead, and the other half she's got brown hair with a more relaxed curl. Xena says that the DA called to tell her that Tarzan's now at Pileggi's, and that Mitch is going to try to have Tarzan declared legally insane. I love how we have to learn everything three times. "What?" Jane asks. God, don't repeat it! "Wait, why would he do that?" I don't know. He's normally so good to Tarzan. Xena explains that Pileggi's planning on getting control of Tarzan and his shares of Greystoke, while Xena is fighting the aiding and abetting charges. Yeah, we've been told all of this before. Xena whispers that she has friends "on the bench," and that she'll get an injunction to stop custody proceedings. Jane: "John's innocent. Right? He doesn't have to plead insanity." And then Xena says, inexplicably, "This isn't about the truth. This is about what we can prove." Jane says they'll prove it by using Donald Ingram. She picks up her cell phone and dials: "Hey. Sam, is your shift over yet?" Sam says he's off right now. Jane asks for a ride and a favor. That's two favors.