The Firm. Jennifer is there with her daughter. The whole Firm stands behind Jimmy as he gives her the good news. Mathis has coughed up $175,000, as long as Jennifer signs a confidentiality agreement. She's stunned. Jimmy thinks they should take the deal. And she agrees. Then she thanks him. Aw, there's nothing to instill a sense of community like a down-on-her-luck hooker who had the good sense to get herself raped by a big-shot lawyer. Everyone smiles. Jennifer thanks everyone. She's. Just. So. Emotional. As the rest of the players clomp their way out of the scene, Jimmy takes the moment to lecture the young woman: "Jennifer. Listen. This guy Mathis, if he's capable of rape, we just left him pretty hot. I don't want you ever going back to the Palmer House." Blah, daughter, blah could have been killed, blah start over blah. Jennifer says, "I will. And not just for her. For you." Ah. Please. Oh. Wait. Ah. I can't get my eyeballs to return to their normal position. They've rolled so far back into my head that I think I'm permanently blind. Ouch. Okay. They're back. Jimmy responds, "You don't owe me nothing." Yawn. Jennifer says, "I owe you my life, Jimmy, and I'll never forget it." She hugs him. They bond. I roll my eyes back. I beg you all to cover your eyes too.
Suffering County Courthouse. We're back for closing arguments. Old D.A. X claims Daniel's guilty. Blah evidence, blah semen, blah feared her lover, blah calculated murder, blah previous charge blah.