Jack sits in some sort of interview room at the jail and waits. Brad gets escorted in. They joke lightly, and as he sits down, Brad asks about his wife. Jack asks what's going on, because the Justice Department is charging him with fraud and say they have "solid evidence" that Brad filed false 10K reports with the SEC for two years. Brad says he was trying to do the right thing. Jack says it has been a long night. Brad accuses Jack of being a "boy scout," and adds that people screw up, even when they are trying to do the right thing. Jack asks if Brad is admitting guilt, and Brad says that he is. Brad says he made a mistake, and asks Jack if there's anything he can do. Jack says that they have a meeting with the AUSA this afternoon, and that Brad should tell him what he just told Jack. Jack comfortingly puts his hands on Brad's shoulders.
Grant holds a meeting in his office. If by "meeting," you mean, "practicing putting while hanging out with opposing counsel." And opposing counsel is Dale Edson! So you know he's going to be a smarmy asshole. The two men debate whom they should invite to play golf with them on Friday. Brit walks in and says hello to Dale, whose character is named Carl Greely. Carl asks Brit when she's going to come and work for his firm, and she says she will when Carl's firm stops advertising on the backs of bus stop benches. Everyone chuckles. Grant tells Brit that Carl is representing Browning Munitions. Brit pauses on her way out. Grant says that D.C. is suing them because the mayor wants the gun manufacturers to pay big. Carl protests that the mayor just wants a platform for re-election. Grant says that Browning floods the urban market with guns, and that crime is up, which means that taxpayers foot the bills. Not to mention a little thing called "the victims of those crimes," Grant. Carl can't believe that Grant, an NRA member, is saying this with a straight face. Grant says it's all due to the amount of hours this case allows him to bill the city. Brit announces that she's going downstairs, and Grant snips, "Yet, you're still here." I wish they would give us more info about their relationship because it's gone beyond mysterious and is starting to get annoying. Brit leaves. Carl tells Grant that he won't get any money out of Browning. Grant says that he has a witness who will win him his case, and explains that he's a fifteen-year-old with a bullet in his brain, who used to be an honor student, but now he's out on the street. Carl says he'll depose the witness and win the case. Grant thinks the jury will eat it up. Carl starts to leave. Grant suggests that they go through the motions and come up with a number to make their clients happy. Carl says he was worried that Grant was actually thinking of going to trial. Grant says that they tee off at 7:00 AM, and that Carl should be on time and bring his checkbook. Carl grins and leaves.