The Firm. With a break in the day's proceedings, Lindsay doesn't head home to see her son -- nah, she just paces around Bobby's office. Rod comes in and says, "I'm going to go next and then we'll finish you. We need to study the transcripts of our statements --" Lindsay clutches one hand in the other and squeezes: "I've studied it." He reminds her that they need to be very careful. That being caught in so much as a minor discrepancy could cost them the case. Lindsay insists that she's "studied it." She continues to pace. Then she mutters, "Study yours." Bobby says, "It's going very well. You do know that." She's still pacing. Perhaps becoming unraveled is a good description. She looks in control: her hair isn't messed up; her make up is perfect; she's wearing sturdy shoes. But man, the pacing, it's unnerving. Back and forth and back and forth and then back and forth again. Yes, Lindsay knows the trial is going well. Bobby looks a little concerned. He says quietly, "I'm going to study my statement." Lindsay doesn't even break stride as she says, "Good."
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