But whatever, it's CBS. The fact that there's a show on TV with a female lead over forty, whenever it feels like airing it at least, is already probably asking for too much.
FIRST WITNESS: JIMMY FELLNER
Alicia offers to take the first witness, once a clearly shaken Will enters the courtroom, but he's the one who demanded that he rejoin the case, so he tries to lose the sillies and get down to business.
Jonathan Groff was an American student at Al-Baath University in Homs, studying Arabic along with his sister. At some point during the uprising, sister Sara got the shit kicked out of her, and wanted to post the footage online. Instead, they got caught and taken into custody as protesters: Seems they'd been discussing possibly joining the protest on their phones a week previous, and Jimmy could tell -- from the computer they were using to repeat the transcripts of those calls -- that it was the ChumHum product, CoursePoint, that they'd used to get that info.
Long story short, Jimmy was let go because his passport stamp for Israel was faint enough that they overlooked it, but Sara's was very easily visible, so they kept her. That was the last time he saw her alive.
Will: "You were demonstrating peacefully?"
Will: "Like Occupy Wall Streeters, for example?"
Abernathy: "Yeah, cheap, but by objecting you're saying that I'm susceptible to it, making you both dicks."
Caitlin notices Alicia noticing that she has Viola's business card in her stuff, and hides it.
On cross, Jimmy demonstrates that he can tell the difference between one ChumHum product and another, because the logo changes colors depending. Walsh objects, but it makes sense. And even with his recent (but more under control) puffiness, Jonathan Groff is still a very compelling person.
...Hey! You guys, you know what I just noticed? Everybody in this episode is gay! They managed to find three of the exactly five* gay men that there are in Hollywood, and guest them all in the same episode. Neat! #occupygoodwife