Toby tells Alana that he appreciates her concern, but that he doesn't really need her, since he's prepared to face the consequences of what he did. She tells him that he's "very noble and very stupid." She makes it clear to him that she wants to try to get some kind of deal for him, and that will become harder the more he talks. He tells her that he doesn't want a deal, and she tells him that he's facing a sentence of "sixty-three to seventy-eight months' jail time." Toby wonders where those odd numbers came from. She starts to tell him that he has an obligation to others beside himself. He tells her, "Please don't bring up my kids." I'm so glad he didn't forget them. I was starting to think that their birth was just a hallucination. Alana, of course, is not at all concerned with Toby's kids -- she's concerned about her own reputation, and what it will look like for her if she lets Toby go down without a fight. She accuses him of wanting "to go down in some kind of quasi-orgasmic blaze of self-pitying, self-destructive, self-aggrandizing attempt at glory." And then she gives him an ultimatum: either he refuses to answer any more questions or she walks. And without waiting for an answer, she signals to Babish that he can come in. Babish enters, sits down, and asks, "Who was it who first informed you of the existence of a classified military space shuttle." And I'm certain we would have learned that it was Toby's brother, but Toby decides to accept Alana's advice and refuses to answer. Babish tells him, "Please wait here," and then he leaves. Toby tells Alana, "Well, you certainly earned your fee today." She tells him that she appreciates the fact that he listened to her. Toby: "No, I just meant it was the first time tonight he used the word 'please.'" Heh. Commercials.
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