Cut to the D-Yay's Office. Vince asks Sam if she's spoken with someone named Rigby yet about some kind of important DA business. "Yes, I did," says Sam. "But that whole office is slower'n molasses." She says someone at this other office was uncooperative and "got snippy with me." Vince says he probably didn't take her seriously -- "with that accent, who would?" "What does my accent have to do with anything?" she asks, like a big dope. Vince says it makes a big difference: "You work for the District Attorney of New York City. Not Alabama." "North Carolina," Sam corrects him, though "Hazzard County" is way closer to the truth, since her accent comes straight from the Boss Hogg Memorial Archive Of TV Stereotypes. Vince complains about her "isms" -- "snippy," "molasses," et cetera -- and gets especially worked up at how she says "tinkle" when she has to go to the bathroom. "What would you prefer I say?" says Sam, snippily. "That you have to pee!" Vince yells. Okay, is it the policy of the District Attorney of New York City to give that much information? Just wondering. Vince pretty much orders Sam to "lose the accent and everything that comes with it." Sam slinks out of the office. Then a banjo twangs, just like on Dukes of Hazzard.
Jesse's office. She's meeting with a talent agent to discuss his client. "I think she's doing too many covers," she says. "I mean, she's on the verge of overexposure." Who's the client, Rebecca Gayheart? Jesse says she can help "strategize." Which, if she were speaking normal English and if the client WERE Rebecca Gayheart, would mean "make the little hussy wear a shirt once in a while." But I digress. This guy seems to be confused about the nature of his job, because in his generic black suit, he's dressed more like a federal agent. His name is Ben. He flirts with Jesse and somehow he blurts out, "Are you Jewish?" He says that he is, and that he's traditionally attracted to Jewish women. He blathers on about Jesse being "strong and articulate" until she asks him to dinner. "I was right, you are Jewish" he says. She asks if it's "a requirement." "Only with my mother," he says. Jesse thinks about this for a moment and says that of course she's Jewish! We can see where this is going, right? Agent Ben and Jesse make plans for dinner that night, until he remembers that Yom Kippur is starting and that he'll be fasting. Jesse gets all flustered and can't quite pronounce "Yom Kippur." Agent Ben proposes that they fast together. Oy!