The Firm. Drive-By Psychiatrist X is interviewing Bobby. For some reason, Lindsay is present. Because Bobby can't do anything by himself these days. Perhaps she's making up for the fact that she wasn't at the hospital when he received his beating. Now she's going to be there for her man no matter what. Uh-huh. Leonard continues his "therapy" session. Honestly, Bobby wants no part of this; in fact, he is openly hostile toward the man. Lindsay tries to reason with him, but then Leonard asks to speak with Rod alone. He says, "The people who love us most want to help but their concern can overwhelm." Rod then tells him to "get the hell out of" his office. Heh. Leonard insists that what happened wasn't Rod's fault. Rod doesn't blame anyone. He just wants to get rid of Leonard. Leonard thinks Rod is in good shape; he leaves his card in case Bobby changes his mind about talking. Oh, and then he pulls out a contract and asks the Emperor to sign it; the little piece of paper exonerates the state from any liability. Bobby screams, "Wait a minute! This releases the state from any lawsuits!" Leonard mutters, "That's just one part of the form." Bobby: "That's why you're here? To cover the Commonwealth's ass?"
Cut to outside, where Bobby is pushing Leonard "Call Me Lenny" Welsh out of The Firm. He's got Leonard's arm turned around behind him and literally throws the guy out. Eugene tries to tell him to calm down, but you know that Rod, never showing his emotions or anything; it's just a temper-tantrum. It's nothing to get worked up about; yawn. Bobby: "He's from the attorney general's office. He's looking for a release so I won't sue." Lindsay, doing her best impression of Jamie Lee Curtis, says, "What?" Whew. Rod is M.A.D. mad. He wants Rebecca to start researching cases about the state's failure to maintain workspaces, et cetera. He's so mad that his entire face is red. He's spitting. His eyes are about to bulge out of his head. Oh, but remember, he's doing all of this without showing ANY EMOTION. Remember. Lindsay wants Bobby to hold on. Only Rod is on a roll: "The state is to blame for this. Where the hell were the guards?" When Lindsay walks forward to try to comfort her obviously upset husband, he shouts, "Either help me with this or leave me alone!"