Fancy Downtown Law Firm Where They Display The Pain In Their Artwork And Not On Their Faces. Ah, the junior associate is married. He tells Jimmy during the deposition that he has no information whatsoever about the matter at hand. On one side of the table, there's poor Jimmy. On the other side of the table, there is an army of lawyers. He's Erin Berluti-vich. Jimmy asks, "What's your relationship with Mr. Mathis?" They are co-workers. It stops there. Do they socialize together? No. Jimmy continues, "Were you in the Palmer House Hotel on the evening of April 12?" No, he wasn't. "Do you have any information concerning the events involving Mr. Mathis on April 12?" One of the lawyers yells down from the end of the very large table, "Asked and answered." Junior tells him that he'll answer the question again. He's comfortable in his non-involvement. He doesn't need the end of the table piping up for him. Because he doesn't know anything. Do you get it? He doesn't know anything. Nothing at all. He doesn't have one shred of information that could contribute to this case. Does anyone else think he's covering something up? Right. Yawn. Jimmy asks if Junior knows Jennifer Cole. He responds, "Only in connection with this case." Mathis looks at Jimmy. Jimmy looks at Junior, then says, "Okay. We're done." Mathis dismisses Junior, whose name is Mark. He turns to the stenographer and dismisses him too. Ah, he's drunk with power.
Now Mathis turns his wrath toward Jimmy. Blah if you go forward, blah this lawsuit, blah counter-suit, blah abuse of process, blah libel blah. Jimmy: "You can't sue me for what we allege in a complaint." Oh. Yes. He can. And he will. In fact, he would relish the thought of going to the appeals court. Blah intimidation, blah three years, blah little time for anything else, blah all you're going to be doing, blah power, and blah. The door opens and Bobby, Ellenor, Lindsay, Rebecca, and Eugene walk into the room. On his way in, Bobby apologizes for being late. He explains they were held up in court, and the entire team wanted to come over to the deposition together. Mathis yells, "What is this?" Eugene says, "This is an army, Mr. Mathis. See, you might have thought to yourself that nobody's going to take up the cause of a lowly prostitute." Blah thought wrong, blah Jennifer Cole, blah friend of The Firm's blah, they care about her, they'll exercise her rights, blah if he wants a war, blah he's got one. Mathis fires back, "You think you're ready to challenge the resources of this law firm?" Blah David blah Goliath blah. Lindsay blathers on about their track record. Yeah, it's good, blah. Ellenor: "A reputation is a terrible thing to waste." Wait! Here it comes, the stat answer for anyone who's pissed off at The Firm: "You people are what gives lawyers a bad name." And what does Mathis's firm do up there in their freaking ivory tower every freaking day? It's Rebecca's turn to respond; she's next in line: "No. Lawyers who rape give us a bad name." Bobby says, "Look. We can fight or we can settle this. But like Eugene Young said, if it's a fight you want, you're in for a big one. And win or lose, you lose." Go team!