Dr. Ford must have left, because we cut directly to the Lump, suffering from his usual foot-in-mouth syndrome, who says, "All I'm saying is that if the FBI picked him up they must have had a good reason." Shush. Jimmy, Jeez, do you want all the conspiracy theorists to come crawling out of the woodwork? Rebecca replies, "This woman is my doctor, Jimmy. Her husband's been in this country thirty years." The Lump wants to know if they "grabbed" him because he's Arab. Rebecca corrects her co-worker, "He's Arab-American. I don't know why they grabbed him; they're not telling us." Jimmy trots out his "the cops are the good guys" line: "Like I said, the last time I checked, the police don't arrest people for no reason." Ha! It's too easy. Let's let Rebecca smack him down: "When was the last time you checked?" Word. When Rebecca is righteous, she is righteous with a capital "Right."
Suffering County Courthouse. Helen introduces her case to the jury. She says that Linda McLaughlin was the first person in her family to go to college. Then she points to the girl's parents, who are sitting in the front row of the gallery. Blah the evidence will show, blah campus grocery store, blah accosted by Darryl, blah homeless blah. According to Helen, Darryl followed Linda home and then beat her to death. Helen says point-blank, "After we prove it. I'll ask you to find Darryl Johnson guilty of murder in the first degree." Her bony-ass legs struggle to get her back to her table before they collapse under the weight of her severe navy blue "working" suit. Pause. Pause. Then, frustrated with the waiting, Kittleson calls on Eugene, who hesitates for quite some time before beginning his own opening statements. Kittleson says, "Mr. Young," again. Eugene says, blandly, "The evidence will not establish that Darryl Johnson committed this crime. The evidence will show that the police arrested Darryl Johnson simply because he fit the profile of the type of person who would commit this particular crime." Then, just like that, Eugene sits back down. Helen gives him a funny look. Walsh gives him a funny look. Hell, even his client gives him a funny look because, well, Eugene is acting kind of funny.