Jack enters the courtroom as his client, Vince, is escorted in. Jack asks if he talked to anyone, and Vince says that there weren't many opportunities to do that in solitary confinement. Jack notes that the prosecuting attorneys aren't there yet, and comments that he thinks that they are planning to make a big entrance. The judge enters the courtroom. Just then, the prosecutors arrive, led by Jewel. Jack notes that she's his ex-fiancée. Doesn't that seem like a conflict of interest or something?
Riley and Ariel arrive at the clinic. Riley accuses Ariel of being late, but Ariel reminds him that she doesn't work at the clinic on Mondays. She came by to use a computer because "the systems are down at the big place." Riley says that he thought it was Tuesday because he worked the weekend. Ariel tells him to get a life; Riley says he has one, and this is it. He tells Ariel to use his office.
In Riley's office, Ariel looks at the photo of Willow Peterson she found in that yearbook. She types Willow's name into some sort of database, but no results come up.
At Triple L, Riley and Fineman head to the elevator to meet their client, the baseball fan. Fineman scoffs at the fact that the guy requested a security escort. The elevator doors open and two big security guards are standing there. Andy Richter peeks out from behind them. Riley asks if he's Kelly Robbins, the baseball fan. Kelly steps out and shakes Riley's hand, but Fineman refuses to shake. Oh, come on. Riley leads the group to the conference room. Kelly says that his flight wasn't bad "after the bomb scare." Riley assures him that he's amongst friends. Kelly stops and notices everyone in the offices staring at him. Riley makes a hand motion towards them like, "Get back to work, people! We're professionals!" And no, I'm not sure how he conveyed all that with a hand motion.
Jack walks down the hallway and makes a turn to avoid a phalanx of reporters. He runs right into Jewel, of course. They make small talk about how she moved back to Washington and got a job with the AUSA. She congratulates Jack on making managing partner. Jack makes a remark about "the old one falling out of a twelfth-story window," which seemed a little out of character to me. He wasn't exactly joking, but he also didn't sound like he was talking about a respected friend and mentor. Jack and Jewel start arguing about their case. Jewel wants a plea bargain, and Jack doesn't. They move back into personal territory, noting that it's been seventeen months since they broke up. Jewel still wants to make a deal, and Jack still doesn't, so they shake hands and part ways.