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See that aspiring model there?

2 00:00:03,706 --> 00:00:07,127 That was me-- Deb-- until the day I died.

3 00:00:07,250 --> 00:00:10,824 I thought I'd go straight to heaven, but there was a bit of a mix-up...

4 00:00:10,825 --> 00:00:13,175 and I woke up in someone else's body.

5 00:00:13,254 --> 00:00:15,005 So now I'm Jane...

6 00:00:15,006 --> 00:00:18,505 a super-busy lawyer with my very own assistant.

7 00:00:18,506 --> 00:00:21,920 I got a new life, a new wardrobe, and the only people who really know...

8 00:00:21,921 --> 00:00:25,905 what's going on with me are my girlfriend Stacy and my guardian angel, Fred.

9 00:00:25,906 --> 00:00:29,105 I used to think everything happened for a reason...

10 00:00:29,106 --> 00:00:31,969 and, well, I sure hope I was right.

11 00:00:38,803 --> 00:00:40,090 Grayson...

12 00:00:40,691 --> 00:00:45,034 I have to tell you something, and let me finish before you say anything.

13 00:00:45,173 --> 00:00:46,196 Okay.

14 00:00:47,036 --> 00:00:49,771 I know this is gonna sound really crazy--

15 00:00:49,772 --> 00:00:53,104 And it is really crazy-- But it's not as crazy as you think.

16 00:00:53,105 --> 00:00:56,371 I mean, it is... crazy, but--

17 00:00:56,372 --> 00:00:57,789 Good God!

18 00:00:58,019 --> 00:01:01,665 What is this, "project run-on sentence"?

19 00:01:01,666 --> 00:01:03,008 Tim Gunn?

20 00:01:03,009 --> 00:01:06,430 Why are you wearing a wedding gown, Jane?

21 00:01:06,431 --> 00:01:09,571 'Cause Grayson wants to marry me, and I want to be ready.

22 00:01:09,572 --> 00:01:12,119 He wanted to marry Deb, not Jane.

23 00:01:12,203 --> 00:01:14,167 Well, I'm going to tell him the truth.

24 00:01:14,168 --> 00:01:16,621 Okay, then look him straight in the eye and say...

25 00:01:16,622 --> 00:01:19,788 "Deb is alive, and she's here, right in front of you."

26 00:01:19,789 --> 00:01:21,494 Now you try it.

27 00:01:21,862 --> 00:01:24,416 Grayson, Deb is alive.

28 00:01:25,326 --> 00:01:26,978 And she's here, and--

29 00:01:27,063 --> 00:01:28,993 I sound like a crazy person.

30 00:01:28,994 --> 00:01:31,306 Jane, darling, this worries me.

31 00:01:31,409 --> 00:01:34,095 Consider a high-quality textile.

32 00:01:34,096 --> 00:01:37,323 It has a depth and an authenticity that can't be faked.

33 00:01:37,324 --> 00:01:38,624 It sells itself.

34 00:01:38,625 --> 00:01:41,908 People who are comfortable with themselves are the same way.

35 00:01:41,909 --> 00:01:46,228 Grayson will only accept you when you accept yourself.

36 00:01:47,688 --> 00:01:49,150 That makes sense.

37 00:01:49,262 --> 00:01:51,386 Of course it does. I said it.

38 00:01:51,471 --> 00:01:54,694 - Now, just one piece of advice-- - I know-- "Make it work."

39 00:01:54,695 --> 00:01:58,834 Well, actually, I was going to say that this bolero jacket compromises your silhouette...

40 00:01:58,835 --> 00:02:01,633 but, yes, sure-- Make it work.

41 00:02:02,287 --> 00:02:07,574

  • I know it's never too late to try *

42 00:02:07,663 --> 00:02:12,753

  • I've had enough of being shy *

43 00:02:12,846 --> 00:02:14,881

  • Is there a way... *

44 00:02:15,334 --> 00:02:16,348 Ohhhh.

45 00:02:19,245 --> 00:02:22,184

  • It's never too late to try *

46 00:02:22,185 --> 00:02:24,365 Sweetie, I had another crazy dream.

47 00:02:24,366 --> 00:02:27,018 You will not believe who was in it.

48 00:02:27,224 --> 00:02:31,441 Oh, you made coffee. You're an angel.

49 00:02:31,995 --> 00:02:34,790 - Thanks for noticing. - Why are you here?

50 00:02:34,884 --> 00:02:37,767 - And what-- Where's Stacy? - You're welcome.

51 00:02:37,851 --> 00:02:39,792 And Stacy's still asleep.

52 00:02:39,924 --> 00:02:42,156 Mm. Fred, I feel woozy.

53 00:02:42,343 --> 00:02:45,772 Ugh. And I have a headache. Maybe I'm sick.

54 00:02:46,076 --> 00:02:48,977 Uh, ooh, let's see-- Birthday party...

55 00:02:50,917 --> 00:02:52,241 alcohol...

56 00:02:54,508 --> 00:02:55,757 karaoke.

57 00:02:55,964 --> 00:02:59,514 - I would say you're hung over. - No. I don't get hung over.

58 00:02:59,515 --> 00:03:02,146 Deb didn't get hung over. Jane hardly drank.

59 00:03:02,147 --> 00:03:04,027 You haven't built up your tolerance.

60 00:03:04,028 --> 00:03:06,102 Right. Of course.

61 00:03:07,161 --> 00:03:10,471 Fred, you know, she didn't drink...

62 00:03:10,472 --> 00:03:13,746 she didn't go to clubs, she didn't get massages.

63 00:03:13,747 --> 00:03:18,976 What did she do to relax, to-- to blow off steam?

64 00:03:19,746 --> 00:03:22,036 Let me guess-- she ate.

65 00:03:22,037 --> 00:03:24,283 Actually, no. She ate when she was stressed.

66 00:03:24,284 --> 00:03:27,645 Uh, to relax, she enjoyed crossword puzzles.

67 00:03:27,995 --> 00:03:29,236 Lame.

68 00:03:29,705 --> 00:03:33,463 - Um, you still haven't told me why you're here. - Somebody had to clean up after your party.

69 00:03:33,464 --> 00:03:35,864 - So sweet. - And take care of Stacy.

70 00:03:35,865 --> 00:03:38,031 She was wasted.

71 00:03:38,901 --> 00:03:39,943 Wait.

72 00:03:40,262 --> 00:03:43,511 - W- wait. Did you-- - I slept on the sofa.

73 00:03:44,093 --> 00:03:47,429 Now, down your coffee. We got to get to work.

74 00:03:47,532 --> 00:03:49,437 No, you're not here.

75 00:03:49,615 --> 00:03:52,236 Like I said, I have an appointment with Ms. Bingum.

76 00:03:52,237 --> 00:03:55,310 Like I said, I control her schedule, and I don't see you on it.

77 00:03:55,311 --> 00:03:57,505 Well, I made the appointment weeks ago.

78 00:03:57,506 --> 00:03:59,794 May I ask what this is regarding?

79 00:03:59,795 --> 00:04:03,098 I'm interviewing to be her assistant.

80 00:04:04,254 --> 00:04:09,086 We're gonna have to reschedule. And we don't validate parking. Have a nice day.

81 00:04:13,910 --> 00:04:17,009 - Fun night? - Yeah, too much fun.

82 00:04:17,122 --> 00:04:20,891 - Hey, could you do me a favor? - Does it involve bright lights or loud noises?

83 00:04:20,892 --> 00:04:23,571 No. I've been going through some of Deb's stuff...

84 00:04:23,572 --> 00:04:26,493 and I thought she'd want to give Stacy a few of Deb's things.

85 00:04:26,494 --> 00:04:28,193 - Would you mind? - Of course not.

86 00:04:28,194 --> 00:04:30,212 Grayson-- my office. Noon.

87 00:04:30,587 --> 00:04:32,600 Wow. Not a single verb.

88 00:04:32,687 --> 00:04:35,106 Scored my first case working with him. Any advice?

89 00:04:35,107 --> 00:04:37,630 Um, never go into his office without a legal pad.

90 00:04:37,631 --> 00:04:41,320 And breath mints. For him. He orders extra onions on everything.

91 00:04:41,321 --> 00:04:43,522 - Got it. - Good luck.

92 00:04:44,542 --> 00:04:46,887 - Good morning. - Is it?

93 00:04:47,779 --> 00:04:50,934 Thanks for helping throw my party. Next time, make sure I stick to wine.

94 00:04:50,935 --> 00:04:53,382 A woman was just here for a meeting I didn't schedule.

95 00:04:53,383 --> 00:04:55,213 Anything you want to tell me?

96 00:04:55,214 --> 00:04:58,066 - What woman? - Nice try. Here you go, Jane.

97 00:04:58,067 --> 00:05:00,395 Oh, thank you. More caffeine.

98 00:05:00,396 --> 00:05:01,418 Oops.

99 00:05:01,586 --> 00:05:04,450 Maybe you need an assistant with steadier hands.

100 00:05:04,451 --> 00:05:06,439 Ms. Bingum. I'm sorry to interrupt...

101 00:05:06,440 --> 00:05:08,622 but, uh, it's-- It's kind of urgent.

102 00:05:08,623 --> 00:05:10,425 - Of course. - With those acrylics...

103 00:05:10,426 --> 00:05:13,007 she couldn't type more than 30 words a minute.

104 00:05:13,008 --> 00:05:14,673 Please come in.

105 00:05:15,479 --> 00:05:16,729 Please come in.

106 00:05:16,730 --> 00:05:19,272 Whatever this is, get it together.

107 00:05:22,478 --> 00:05:25,554 - How can I help you? - You don't remember me.

108 00:05:25,667 --> 00:05:28,177 A few years ago, you did some pro bono work at St. Jude's.

109 00:05:28,178 --> 00:05:32,083 I'm a nurse there. And you spoke to us about a fraudulent malpractice suit.

110 00:05:32,084 --> 00:05:34,450 Right. St. Jude's.

111 00:05:35,080 --> 00:05:37,421 - You were terrific. - Oh, thank you.

112 00:05:37,422 --> 00:05:39,304 I'm very good at my job.

113 00:05:39,479 --> 00:05:42,149 If you're here about that case, I'll have to review the files.

114 00:05:42,150 --> 00:05:44,969 - No, it's a personal matter. - Mm-hmm.

115 00:05:45,184 --> 00:05:48,335 I'm scared, and I- I need help.

116 00:05:48,495 --> 00:05:49,662 Jane.

117 00:05:50,067 --> 00:05:51,551 Marianne Neely?

118 00:05:56,239 --> 00:05:57,442 That's me.

119 00:05:57,626 --> 00:05:59,465 You have the right to remain silent.

120 00:05:59,466 --> 00:06:01,410 - Anything you say-- - Wait. Hold on.

121 00:06:01,411 --> 00:06:04,889 This... M- Marianne Neely is my client.

122 00:06:05,011 --> 00:06:07,741 - What are the charges? - Murder.

123 00:06:09,036 --> 00:06:11,510 You have a right to have an attorney present during questioning.

124 00:06:11,511 --> 00:06:15,161 If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be provided for you by the court.

125 00:06:15,162 --> 00:06:16,992 Do you understand...

126 00:06:22,416 --> 00:06:26,543 I was 18, foolish, and in love with an older guy.

127 00:06:27,212 --> 00:06:29,389 One evening, we drove to a convenience store.

128 00:06:29,390 --> 00:06:31,977 He said he wanted something to eat, and I waited in the car.

129 00:06:31,978 --> 00:06:35,351 The next thing I know, he jumps back in and he screams, "drive!"

130 00:06:35,352 --> 00:06:37,786 He had panicked during the robbery...

131 00:06:37,787 --> 00:06:39,174 and shot the clerk.

132 00:06:39,175 --> 00:06:42,772 You drove the getaway car, so you also would be charged with the clerk's death...

133 00:06:42,773 --> 00:06:45,025 even though you never left the car.

134 00:06:45,026 --> 00:06:48,518 I heard the D.A. was pushing for life, so when my lawyer got me bail...

135 00:06:48,519 --> 00:06:51,514 I just took off and never looked back.

136 00:06:51,515 --> 00:06:53,899 Is that when you came to Los Angeles?

137 00:06:53,900 --> 00:06:56,266 I changed my name, fell in love...

138 00:06:56,267 --> 00:06:58,041 got married, had children--

139 00:06:58,042 --> 00:07:00,762 Two amazing children.

140 00:07:01,110 --> 00:07:03,994 - I had a brand-new life. - Until today.

141 00:07:03,995 --> 00:07:08,246 Last week, my hospital started fingerprinting the staff as part of a security upgrade.

142 00:07:08,247 --> 00:07:10,427 And you knew your prints would match.

143 00:07:10,428 --> 00:07:13,942 This morning, I left my husband, Philip, a note, then called the police.

144 00:07:13,943 --> 00:07:16,466 I told them that they could find me at your office.

145 00:07:16,467 --> 00:07:17,677 Why?

146 00:07:19,210 --> 00:07:22,581 Would you want your children seeing you arrested?

147 00:07:23,632 --> 00:07:24,515 No.

148 00:07:25,268 --> 00:07:28,827 And Philip never knew the truth about your past?

149 00:07:29,014 --> 00:07:31,435 I wanted to-- So badly.

150 00:07:31,736 --> 00:07:33,722 I would look in the mirror...

151 00:07:33,723 --> 00:07:36,546 and I would practice exactly what I was gonna say...

152 00:07:36,547 --> 00:07:39,097 and then I would lose my nerve.

153 00:07:41,228 --> 00:07:43,688 I don't expect you to understand.

154 00:07:43,790 --> 00:07:45,527 Actually, I do.

155 00:07:46,278 --> 00:07:49,800 And I'm going to do everything I can to help you.

156 00:07:51,592 --> 00:07:54,975 Well, we had just started the firm-- Had no idea how we'd make rent...

157 00:07:54,976 --> 00:07:57,143 let alone pay the associates.

158 00:07:57,255 --> 00:08:00,316 Larry comes in with a claim against a major Hollywood studio.

159 00:08:00,317 --> 00:08:04,082 They didn't want to pay profit participation for syndication revenue.

160 00:08:04,083 --> 00:08:08,684 - Boy, did we make 'em pay. - For all eight seasons of "Country Club Drive".

161 00:08:08,797 --> 00:08:11,982 - You played the dad. - Got a people's choice nom in '96.

162 00:08:11,983 --> 00:08:13,788 Tim Allen stole it.

163 00:08:13,904 --> 00:08:15,603 My girlfriend loved your show.

164 00:08:15,604 --> 00:08:18,026 We were the "Gossip Girl" of our day.

165 00:08:18,107 --> 00:08:20,914 Do you like trivia, Grayson? The actress that played my wife...

166 00:08:20,915 --> 00:08:25,065 was only three years older than the girl playing my daughter. True fact.

167 00:08:25,066 --> 00:08:28,405 - So, Larry, how can we help you? - I need you to file a lawsuit.

168 00:08:28,406 --> 00:08:30,810 You've come to the right place. Who you looking to sue?

169 00:08:30,811 --> 00:08:32,810 Newscorp? Viacom?

170 00:08:32,811 --> 00:08:34,915 Famousbutdead.com.

171 00:08:35,112 --> 00:08:36,112 Excuse me?

172 00:08:36,113 --> 00:08:39,897 It's a website that lists whether famous people are dead or alive.

173 00:08:39,898 --> 00:08:43,390 Yeah, I know the site. Used it once to look up Urkel.

174 00:08:43,594 --> 00:08:45,144 Alive. Lost 5 bucks.

175 00:08:45,145 --> 00:08:48,805 My nephew looked me up. Apparently, I'm dead.

176 00:08:49,031 --> 00:08:53,806 Now, how am I gonna get work in this town if people think I'm unavailable-- permanently?

177 00:08:53,807 --> 00:08:54,954 Larry...

178 00:08:55,250 --> 00:08:59,467 you're in good hands. Grayson is our new-media expert.

179 00:08:59,580 --> 00:09:01,860 In fact, he heads the division.

180 00:09:02,330 --> 00:09:04,340 Great seeing you again.

181 00:09:07,641 --> 00:09:09,547 I'll be right back.

182 00:09:12,710 --> 00:09:13,808 Parker.

183 00:09:15,678 --> 00:09:17,470 I thought we were representing him together.

184 00:09:17,471 --> 00:09:19,652 We were-- when I thought he was taking down a studio.

185 00:09:19,653 --> 00:09:21,361 Famousbutdead.com?

186 00:09:21,362 --> 00:09:24,666 Forget damages. He'll be lucky to get an apology.

187 00:09:25,135 --> 00:09:27,670 But you... told him I was your new-media expert?

188 00:09:27,671 --> 00:09:31,088 You knew about the website. That makes you an expert.

189 00:09:31,402 --> 00:09:33,486 Look, I owe this guy, so do what you can.

190 00:09:33,487 --> 00:09:39,016 Let him think he's the most important client in the world. But keep me out of it.

191 00:09:42,886 --> 00:09:43,924 Hey.

192 00:09:44,071 --> 00:09:48,057 Promise me you won't tell Stacy that I'm madly, passionately, insanely in love with her.

193 00:09:48,058 --> 00:09:49,252 Um... okay.

194 00:09:49,253 --> 00:09:53,128 But you've asked her out, serenaded her, and I totally saw you write a love poem...

195 00:09:53,129 --> 00:09:57,327 titled "Stacy, I love thee". Trust me-- she knows.

196 00:09:57,328 --> 00:10:01,010 Yeah, well, big mistake. I, uh, found this magazine in Parker's mail...

197 00:10:01,011 --> 00:10:03,173 and I just read the most amazing article--

198 00:10:03,174 --> 00:10:05,864 "Get the girl by playing hard to get."

199 00:10:06,304 --> 00:10:09,539 I mean, the author should win a Pulitzer. His insights into the female mind are extraordinary.

200 00:10:09,540 --> 00:10:12,008 I mean, who knew that women want what they can't have?

201 00:10:12,009 --> 00:10:15,219 - It's-- This is groundbreaking. - Fred, Fred...

202 00:10:15,353 --> 00:10:18,139 Stacy knows she can have you.

203 00:10:18,518 --> 00:10:21,460 Yeah, well, according to the author, it's never too late...

204 00:10:21,461 --> 00:10:23,103 to start playing hard to get.

205 00:10:23,104 --> 00:10:26,060 What are you hoping for here? That she falls madly in love with you?

206 00:10:26,061 --> 00:10:29,419 You guys get married and start a family of half-human, half-guardian-angel babies?

207 00:10:29,420 --> 00:10:31,316 Yeah, that sounds good to me.

208 00:10:31,317 --> 00:10:33,288 So, promise me you won't say anything, okay?

209 00:10:33,289 --> 00:10:35,734 Sure. Fine. Whatever. Listen, I got to get back to work.

210 00:10:35,735 --> 00:10:39,049 There's this woman, Marianne, and she needs me--

211 00:10:39,500 --> 00:10:41,550 - You're not listening! - Huh?

212 00:10:41,551 --> 00:10:42,651 Later, Fred.

213 00:10:42,652 --> 00:10:44,818 Oh, uh, I almost forgot.

214 00:10:45,328 --> 00:10:47,234 I got you something.

215 00:10:48,055 --> 00:10:50,561 "Crossword puzzles for the genius mind"?

216 00:10:50,562 --> 00:10:53,191 I think you might be in for a treat.

217 00:10:53,510 --> 00:10:55,810 That is a lovely blouse.

218 00:10:55,811 --> 00:10:58,140 I remember picking it up at the dry cleaners.

219 00:10:58,141 --> 00:11:00,078 Not that you asked. I just like to help.

220 00:11:00,079 --> 00:11:04,104 Like when I organized all your pleadings and alphabetized all your self-help books.

221 00:11:04,105 --> 00:11:08,036 And don't forget who brought you 3:00 a.m. doughnuts before the Johnson closing.

222 00:11:08,037 --> 00:11:09,783 Why are you telling me all this?

223 00:11:09,784 --> 00:11:11,971 I just want to be sure that, despite your amnesia...

224 00:11:11,972 --> 00:11:13,957 you remember how important I am to you.

225 00:11:13,958 --> 00:11:15,037 Jane.

226 00:11:15,208 --> 00:11:18,127 Oh, that's so cute. You got a fashion-forward handbag.

227 00:11:18,128 --> 00:11:20,099 - Good for you. - What do you want, Kim?

228 00:11:20,100 --> 00:11:22,315 Parker assigned me to your case-- second chair.

229 00:11:22,316 --> 00:11:25,480 No, I don't need help. This isn't my first criminal trial.

230 00:11:25,481 --> 00:11:26,504 Is it?

231 00:11:27,029 --> 00:11:29,917 - I have more criminal experience than you-- - Kim, I can handle it.

232 00:11:29,918 --> 00:11:32,780 And, given the circumstances, this case could generate a lot of press...

233 00:11:32,781 --> 00:11:35,345 and we both know you don't like being the center of attention.

234 00:11:35,346 --> 00:11:38,050 - Unlike you? - Well... yeah.

235 00:11:38,051 --> 00:11:42,454 I mean, I look great on-camera, and I just got my teeth bleached.

236 00:11:43,198 --> 00:11:47,536 I spoke with Philip Neely, our client. He's expecting us.

237 00:11:55,009 --> 00:11:57,890 Marianne's been lying to me since the day we met.

238 00:11:57,891 --> 00:12:01,429 She didn't grow up in Vermont. She's from Fresno.

239 00:12:01,683 --> 00:12:04,472 Her parents didn't die when she was young.

240 00:12:04,473 --> 00:12:06,539 And she was a fugitive, for God's sake.

241 00:12:06,540 --> 00:12:09,347 She wanted to tell you the truth, but she was scared.

242 00:12:09,348 --> 00:12:12,045 - And that makes it okay? - No.

243 00:12:12,148 --> 00:12:15,369 Philip, I'm sorry. I-- T- that's not what I meant.

244 00:12:15,370 --> 00:12:17,021 She left a note on the fridge.

245 00:12:17,022 --> 00:12:19,500 That's how I found out my wife wasn't Marianne...

246 00:12:19,501 --> 00:12:22,110 but-- but someone named Fay Green.

247 00:12:22,111 --> 00:12:24,924 It's complicated. But maybe if you speak with her--

248 00:12:24,925 --> 00:12:27,920 I have nothing to say to her, Ms. Bingum.

249 00:12:28,447 --> 00:12:31,114 Relationships are based on trust.

250 00:12:31,236 --> 00:12:32,602 She's a fake.

251 00:12:33,147 --> 00:12:35,156 And so was my marriage.

252 00:12:37,592 --> 00:12:39,770 What do I say to our kids?

253 00:12:41,051 --> 00:12:43,332 We don't mean to diminish your feelings...

254 00:12:43,333 --> 00:12:45,839 but you're gonna have to set them aside to help Marianne.

255 00:12:45,840 --> 00:12:48,101 The prosecution has waived change-of-venue...

256 00:12:48,102 --> 00:12:49,850 and we'll be prepping for trial.

257 00:12:49,851 --> 00:12:52,995 Mr. Neely, we don't have the law on our side.

258 00:12:53,098 --> 00:12:56,039 We need to give the jury a reason not to send your wife...

259 00:12:56,040 --> 00:12:58,403 to prison for the rest of her life.

260 00:12:58,404 --> 00:13:01,192 And what does that have to do with me?

261 00:13:01,314 --> 00:13:03,264 We'll need you to testify...

262 00:13:03,345 --> 00:13:06,599 about how Marianne is not the same person she was 20 years ago.

263 00:13:06,600 --> 00:13:09,649 It is crucial we show the jury that you've forgiven her...

264 00:13:09,650 --> 00:13:12,396 - so they can, too. - But I haven't.

265 00:13:13,161 --> 00:13:16,152 Look, I'm sorry. I appreciate you coming out here...

266 00:13:16,153 --> 00:13:20,844 and-- and I'll show up at the trial and I'll... sit there and be quiet...

267 00:13:20,845 --> 00:13:24,531 for the sake of our children. But I don't forgive her.

268 00:13:24,770 --> 00:13:29,209 And if you put me on that stand, I won't pretend that I do.

269 00:13:49,196 --> 00:13:50,488 Morning, sweetie.

270 00:13:50,489 --> 00:13:53,241 I cooked you an awesome breakfast.

271 00:13:53,354 --> 00:13:56,547 I think the word you're looking for is "toasted".

272 00:13:56,802 --> 00:13:58,102 What's going on?

273 00:13:58,107 --> 00:14:00,725 Fred stopped calling me, and I'm just curious.

274 00:14:00,726 --> 00:14:01,426 Why?

275 00:14:01,427 --> 00:14:04,714 Stacy, you're not interested in him, are you?

276 00:14:04,808 --> 00:14:07,510 Sweetie, don't tell me you've forgotten our third rule.

277 00:14:07,511 --> 00:14:10,377 We don't decide if we like a guy until we're sure he likes us.

278 00:14:10,378 --> 00:14:13,970 Oh, my God. You like him.

279 00:14:15,207 --> 00:14:18,267 Before your party, he'd call, send e-mails.

280 00:14:18,268 --> 00:14:20,503 Did I tell you he wrote me a poem?

281 00:14:20,504 --> 00:14:22,239 It was almost stalker-y.

282 00:14:22,240 --> 00:14:24,842 Since the party, not even a twitter.

283 00:14:25,119 --> 00:14:27,095 - If you want to talk to him... - Yeah?

284 00:14:27,096 --> 00:14:28,135 ...call him.

285 00:14:28,136 --> 00:14:29,733 What did you do with my bestie?

286 00:14:29,734 --> 00:14:32,927 Rule number seven-- we do not call boys. They call us.

287 00:14:32,928 --> 00:14:35,597 - Do you recognize this bracelet? - No. Should I?

288 00:14:35,598 --> 00:14:37,851 Grayson gave me this box of my stuff--

289 00:14:37,852 --> 00:14:39,852 Deb's stuff-- To give to you.

290 00:14:39,853 --> 00:14:43,844 Oh, He's so thoughtful. Ooh! I love this scarf.

291 00:14:43,845 --> 00:14:45,636 Yeah, I'm keeping it.

292 00:14:45,730 --> 00:14:47,980 So, this bracelet-- It's not mine.

293 00:14:47,983 --> 00:14:50,276 You're right. Silver clashed with your skin tone.

294 00:14:50,277 --> 00:14:52,208 So why is it with my stuff?

295 00:14:52,209 --> 00:14:54,643 You think it belongs to another woman, don't you?

296 00:14:54,644 --> 00:14:58,491 You went there quick. No. I trust Grayson.

297 00:15:00,332 --> 00:15:03,107 Then again, Philip didn't know Marianne was really Fay.

298 00:15:03,108 --> 00:15:05,304 - "All my children"? - No. My client.

299 00:15:05,305 --> 00:15:08,084 She made a mistake and now has to live her life as somebody else.

300 00:15:08,085 --> 00:15:10,022 Hey, that's just like you!

301 00:15:10,023 --> 00:15:11,873 I know. Well, not exactly.

302 00:15:11,874 --> 00:15:14,757 Marianne may have to spend the rest of her life in prison.

303 00:15:15,149 --> 00:15:17,039 Oh! I have to go to court.

304 00:15:17,133 --> 00:15:21,561 Ooh, when you see Fred, don't tell him I sorta, kinda, maybe like him.

305 00:15:21,683 --> 00:15:24,863 - Remember our rules. - Sure. Fine. Whatever.

306 00:15:25,440 --> 00:15:26,445 Okay.

307 00:15:29,981 --> 00:15:31,981 Famousbutdead.com-- Your website--

308 00:15:31,982 --> 00:15:34,236 Caused my client great and irreparable harm...

309 00:15:34,237 --> 00:15:35,814 when you listed him as deceased.

310 00:15:35,815 --> 00:15:38,382 It's bad enough the industry assumes I'm gone.

311 00:15:38,383 --> 00:15:40,311 You confirmed it in writing.

312 00:15:40,312 --> 00:15:43,562 I am so sorry. I'm a huge fan of "Country Club Drive".

313 00:15:43,563 --> 00:15:46,486 One of my all-time favorite TV moments-- Season 2, episode 3.

314 00:15:46,487 --> 00:15:48,978 You punched that ex-con for trying to scam your daughter.

315 00:15:48,979 --> 00:15:52,021 I screamed at the TV set. You were so in the moment.

316 00:15:52,022 --> 00:15:55,529 You want to know something? That ex-con was my pool man.

317 00:15:55,641 --> 00:15:57,854 I discovered him. True fact.

318 00:15:58,136 --> 00:15:59,938 What can we do about this, Oscar?

319 00:15:59,939 --> 00:16:02,450 I'm gonna return your status to "alive"-- immediately.

320 00:16:02,451 --> 00:16:05,365 And I'll post a notice on the home page saying I met you.

321 00:16:05,366 --> 00:16:07,702 And I'll-- I'll include a photo.

322 00:16:09,121 --> 00:16:11,627 - How's that sound? - I don't know.

323 00:16:11,628 --> 00:16:16,149 Larry, he's going to print a full retraction, and he didn't mean any harm.

324 00:16:18,094 --> 00:16:19,240 All right.

325 00:16:21,414 --> 00:16:23,301 Thank you so much.

326 00:16:24,772 --> 00:16:26,058 Nice kid.

327 00:16:26,889 --> 00:16:29,217 And you did a very good job, young man.

328 00:16:29,218 --> 00:16:31,937 Oh, thank you. Like Parker said, we're always here for you.

329 00:16:31,938 --> 00:16:34,773 How about lunch? Celebrate my resurrection.

330 00:16:34,857 --> 00:16:38,154 I wish I had the time, but I need to get back to work.

331 00:16:38,257 --> 00:16:40,543 W- want me to sign something?

332 00:16:40,647 --> 00:16:42,913 - Maybe for your girlfriend? - My girlfriend?

333 00:16:42,914 --> 00:16:44,797 You said she's a fan.

334 00:16:46,602 --> 00:16:48,668 Yeah, right. It-- um...

335 00:16:48,903 --> 00:16:52,434 - The thing is-- - And what's the lucky lady's name?

336 00:16:54,593 --> 00:16:55,882 Uh, Deb.

337 00:17:03,168 --> 00:17:04,198 Mr. Nailor...

338 00:17:04,199 --> 00:17:07,449 do you remember the last time you saw your father alive?

339 00:17:07,531 --> 00:17:11,327 Dad worked the evening shift at the stop-and-go, but he'd always come home for dinner.

340 00:17:11,328 --> 00:17:14,896 I remember we had hot dogs that night. And he kissed me goodbye...

341 00:17:14,897 --> 00:17:17,749 and told me that he'd wake me up in the morning for school.

342 00:17:17,750 --> 00:17:19,400 But that didn't happen.

343 00:17:19,828 --> 00:17:22,870 In, uh, junior high, you, uh, you joined the football team.

344 00:17:22,871 --> 00:17:23,853 Yeah.

345 00:17:24,499 --> 00:17:26,865 - He never saw you play. - No.

346 00:17:27,100 --> 00:17:29,768 - Wasn't there when you graduated. - No.

347 00:17:29,862 --> 00:17:31,907 Never met his grandkids.

348 00:17:32,480 --> 00:17:33,306 No.

349 00:17:37,400 --> 00:17:38,848 Your witness.

350 00:17:45,849 --> 00:17:49,708 Mr. Nailor, I am very sorry for your loss.

351 00:17:49,999 --> 00:17:51,145 Thanks.

352 00:17:51,687 --> 00:17:54,071 S- sir... you're aware...

353 00:17:54,072 --> 00:17:57,144 that the person who shot your father is already in jail?

354 00:17:57,145 --> 00:17:58,027 Yeah.

355 00:17:58,257 --> 00:18:02,456 Do you think your father would hold Marianne personally responsible for his death?

356 00:18:02,457 --> 00:18:04,900 Objection. Relevance.

357 00:18:05,013 --> 00:18:06,129 Sustained.

358 00:18:06,130 --> 00:18:10,989 Do you hold her personally responsible for killing your father?

359 00:18:11,915 --> 00:18:14,845 I know she didn't fire the gun, if that's what you mean.

360 00:18:14,846 --> 00:18:16,019 Thank you.

361 00:18:16,932 --> 00:18:19,201 - Redirect. - Proceed.

362 00:18:20,447 --> 00:18:21,931 You are aware...

363 00:18:22,013 --> 00:18:25,084 that the defendant helped the man that killed your father.

364 00:18:25,085 --> 00:18:28,096 Yes. And she shouldn't have run away.

365 00:18:31,005 --> 00:18:32,282 Thank you.

366 00:18:39,855 --> 00:18:42,191 - Larry. You're back. - With chili.

367 00:18:42,192 --> 00:18:43,280 So I see.

368 00:18:43,355 --> 00:18:45,602 It's turkey-- Heart-healthy.

369 00:18:45,780 --> 00:18:48,659 Did Oscar fix your status on the website?

370 00:18:49,157 --> 00:18:50,048 He did.

371 00:18:50,049 --> 00:18:54,047 But not before the wire services picked up the story of my demise.

372 00:18:54,170 --> 00:18:56,751 My death is on the CNN ticker.

373 00:18:56,752 --> 00:18:58,720 For the love of Pete!

374 00:18:59,105 --> 00:19:00,850 How can I help?

375 00:19:01,056 --> 00:19:03,715 I want you to sue every network that ran the story.

376 00:19:03,716 --> 00:19:05,016 It's defamation.

377 00:19:05,017 --> 00:19:07,301 They-- they've probably violated some other law...

378 00:19:07,302 --> 00:19:10,752 - by not checking the facts. - I'm not sure I can do that.

379 00:19:10,853 --> 00:19:12,001 In the series...

380 00:19:12,002 --> 00:19:15,292 when I was wrongly accused of bribing the school principal...

381 00:19:15,293 --> 00:19:19,277 a young Patrick Dempsey auditioned for the role of my lawyer.

382 00:19:19,390 --> 00:19:22,403 Producers didn't think he had the chops. True fact.

383 00:19:22,404 --> 00:19:24,009 That-- That's interesting, but--

384 00:19:24,010 --> 00:19:27,595 If you're too busy to take the case, I could ask Parker.

385 00:19:27,849 --> 00:19:29,847 - I will take a look. - Great.

386 00:19:29,848 --> 00:19:31,436 But first, let's eat.

387 00:19:31,437 --> 00:19:34,351 And I brought the first season of "Country Club Drive."

388 00:19:34,352 --> 00:19:37,679 In episode 6, I have a great scene with Parker Stevenson...

389 00:19:37,680 --> 00:19:40,231 who's still alive. I checked.

390 00:19:44,141 --> 00:19:46,468 What can you tell me about Marianne Neely?

391 00:19:46,469 --> 00:19:49,722 Marianne is one of St. Jude's most valued nurses.

392 00:19:49,826 --> 00:19:51,337 The patients love her.

393 00:19:51,338 --> 00:19:55,338 Plain and simple-- She is a tireless advocate for the working poor...

394 00:19:55,436 --> 00:19:57,937 and my most dedicated volunteer.

395 00:19:58,141 --> 00:20:00,349 Well, thanks to Marianne's devotion...

396 00:20:00,350 --> 00:20:04,471 the PTA not only saved the library, we opened a new building.

397 00:20:04,574 --> 00:20:05,799 Thank you.

398 00:20:06,883 --> 00:20:08,092 Just one question.

399 00:20:08,093 --> 00:20:12,815 Does your testimony have anything to do with the crime committed on March 24, 1989?

400 00:20:12,816 --> 00:20:13,586 No.

401 00:20:13,655 --> 00:20:15,192 - No. - No.

402 00:20:15,796 --> 00:20:16,932 Thank you.

403 00:20:20,600 --> 00:20:22,919 We're running out of witnesses.

404 00:20:24,595 --> 00:20:26,957 - This is not going well. - No.

405 00:20:27,049 --> 00:20:28,935 - Kim, Jane. - Hello, Aaron.

406 00:20:28,936 --> 00:20:32,073 Normally I wouldn't do this, but this case has gotten a lot of attention...

407 00:20:32,074 --> 00:20:34,710 and my boss would like to look compassionate.

408 00:20:34,711 --> 00:20:36,922 - What have you got? - Manslaughter. 10 years.

409 00:20:36,923 --> 00:20:39,918 - Consider it a gift. - Chocolate is a gift.

410 00:20:40,012 --> 00:20:43,548 A certificate for a massage is a gift. 10 years in prison is...

411 00:20:43,549 --> 00:20:46,657 An offer that goes away when you call your next witness.

412 00:20:46,658 --> 00:20:48,864 We'll take it to our client.

413 00:20:53,972 --> 00:20:55,903 It's not going well, is it?

414 00:20:55,988 --> 00:20:58,630 The D.A. Offered a deal-- 10 years.

415 00:20:58,631 --> 00:21:01,309 Have you spoken with Philip? He won't even look at me in court...

416 00:21:01,310 --> 00:21:03,640 and every time I try to call, his phone goes to voicemail.

417 00:21:03,641 --> 00:21:07,920 I want to know how Jamie did on her math test, and Ben gets very, very anxious when I'm away.

418 00:21:07,921 --> 00:21:10,395 - I miss them so much. - Marianne, did you hear me?

419 00:21:10,396 --> 00:21:13,004 I did. I know Philip is furious, and rightly so.

420 00:21:13,005 --> 00:21:15,625 But if I could just talk to him, if he would just talk with me--

421 00:21:15,626 --> 00:21:18,123 Marianne, he's not going to call.

422 00:21:19,124 --> 00:21:23,434 And you should know that he won't testify on your behalf.

423 00:21:24,335 --> 00:21:26,053 I can't blame him.

424 00:21:26,720 --> 00:21:30,215 I mean, I can only imagine what he's going through.

425 00:21:33,079 --> 00:21:34,516 10 years?

426 00:21:35,201 --> 00:21:37,135 My children will be all grown up.

427 00:21:37,136 --> 00:21:40,582 Philip's refusal to testify was a huge blow to our case.

428 00:21:40,583 --> 00:21:44,132 If you don't take the plea, you could be looking at life.

429 00:21:44,226 --> 00:21:45,282 Jane?

430 00:21:48,054 --> 00:21:50,740 I don't think you should take the deal.

431 00:21:51,040 --> 00:21:53,128 I think you should take the stand.

432 00:21:53,129 --> 00:21:56,798 - I don't know. What am I gonna say? - You know exactly what to say.

433 00:21:56,808 --> 00:21:59,541 You've practiced it a thousand times in front of the mirror.

434 00:21:59,542 --> 00:22:04,592 And I want you to tell the jury what you never got to say to your husband.

435 00:22:10,898 --> 00:22:15,375 Teri, what's a 7-letter word for "a Brazilian mountain range"?

436 00:22:15,516 --> 00:22:17,980 - Starts with a "C". - Chapada.

437 00:22:19,379 --> 00:22:21,404 Deb always wanted to go to South America.

438 00:22:21,405 --> 00:22:25,312 Then again, she thought South America was any state below Ohio.

439 00:22:25,499 --> 00:22:29,145 - I didn't peg you for a puzzler. - Oh, I-- I've got a big case.

440 00:22:29,146 --> 00:22:32,600 I'm just trying to relax. I know-- lame, right?

441 00:22:32,816 --> 00:22:36,917 In law school, I did the "New York Times" puzzle every Sunday.

442 00:22:39,743 --> 00:22:44,242 - Do we have a meeting? - No. Actually, I am hiding from a client.

443 00:22:44,243 --> 00:22:47,256 What? Oh, my God!

444 00:22:47,810 --> 00:22:50,166 That's the dad from "Country Club Drive"!

445 00:22:50,167 --> 00:22:51,031 Oh!

446 00:22:51,247 --> 00:22:54,928 I thought he was dead. Okay, I loved that show.

447 00:22:54,929 --> 00:22:57,512 I still visit their fansite. Introduce me.

448 00:22:57,513 --> 00:23:00,098 I had seven voicemails this morning-- all from Larry.

449 00:23:00,099 --> 00:23:04,216 I need some time to contemplate his case, before he starts bombarding me with...

450 00:23:04,217 --> 00:23:05,872 true facts.

451 00:23:10,520 --> 00:23:13,168 Hey, um, I meant to ask you--

452 00:23:13,169 --> 00:23:15,931 I mean, Stacy wanted me to ask you--

453 00:23:16,201 --> 00:23:19,157 There was a silver bracelet in the box you gave me...

454 00:23:19,158 --> 00:23:21,006 - for her. - Mm-hmm.

455 00:23:21,344 --> 00:23:24,055 - It's not Deb's. - Sure it is.

456 00:23:24,665 --> 00:23:26,891 No, Deb didn't wear silver.

457 00:23:28,604 --> 00:23:29,684 Oh, man.

458 00:23:30,003 --> 00:23:31,928 What? What's wrong?

459 00:23:32,078 --> 00:23:33,817 Larry spotted me.

460 00:23:34,343 --> 00:23:37,194 - Grayson. We got to get to work. - Good morning, Larry.

461 00:23:37,195 --> 00:23:38,630 Mr. Baxter...

462 00:23:38,631 --> 00:23:41,230 You must get this all the time, but I'm a big fan.

463 00:23:41,231 --> 00:23:43,267 Thank you, honey. Want me to sign something?

464 00:23:43,268 --> 00:23:45,304 Oh, sure. Um...

465 00:23:45,305 --> 00:23:47,781 Later. W- we have work to do, right?

466 00:23:47,782 --> 00:23:49,067 Right. Later.

467 00:23:53,384 --> 00:23:55,636 Can you see if Kim's ready for court, Teri?

468 00:23:55,637 --> 00:23:58,225 - Oh, she left 10 minutes ago. - Without me?

469 00:23:58,226 --> 00:24:01,818 Yeah, she wanted me to get you, but I was busy cream-cheesing my bagel.

470 00:24:01,819 --> 00:24:05,199 Okay, what the hell is going on with you?

471 00:24:05,293 --> 00:24:07,793 How many years have we worked together?

472 00:24:07,794 --> 00:24:08,544 Um...

473 00:24:08,545 --> 00:24:10,309 The answer is "six".

474 00:24:10,310 --> 00:24:12,938 And if you aren't happy with me, you should have told me.

475 00:24:12,939 --> 00:24:15,784 - What? Why aren't I happy with you? - Good question.

476 00:24:15,785 --> 00:24:18,489 Teri, I don't know what you're talking about.

477 00:24:18,499 --> 00:24:22,192 A woman came to the office and said she had an interview for my job.

478 00:24:22,193 --> 00:24:24,407 And I deserve to know why.

479 00:24:24,604 --> 00:24:27,382 Look, I've-- I've got to get to court. Can we talk about this later?

480 00:24:27,383 --> 00:24:30,367 If I haven't been replaced by then, sure.

481 00:24:31,709 --> 00:24:33,187 - Jane! - Not now, Fred.

482 00:24:33,188 --> 00:24:35,675 I need to talk to you about the article. I don't think it's working.

483 00:24:35,676 --> 00:24:38,009 I- I really Miss Stacy... s- so much.

484 00:24:38,019 --> 00:24:40,693 Okay, I don't have time for this. You're my guardian angel.

485 00:24:40,694 --> 00:24:43,079 You're supposed to give me advice, not the other way around.

486 00:24:43,080 --> 00:24:44,929 Oh, now you care about the rules?

487 00:24:44,930 --> 00:24:47,859 If you want to talk to her, Fred, call her.

488 00:24:47,971 --> 00:24:50,985 - I can't. The article says-- - Bye, Fred.

489 00:24:52,749 --> 00:24:53,772 Stacy!

490 00:24:54,110 --> 00:24:55,359 Fred!

491 00:24:57,547 --> 00:24:58,664 Hey.

492 00:24:59,633 --> 00:25:00,544 Hey.

493 00:25:01,858 --> 00:25:04,121 - How's it goin'? - It's goin'.

494 00:25:05,261 --> 00:25:07,782 Jane around? I want to take her out for a snack.

495 00:25:07,783 --> 00:25:09,733 Pinkberry has a new topping.

496 00:25:09,963 --> 00:25:12,720 Uh, she just... left for court.

497 00:25:12,936 --> 00:25:13,815 Oh.

498 00:25:14,508 --> 00:25:16,977 But I'll tell her that you stopped by.

499 00:25:16,978 --> 00:25:18,555 All right.

500 00:25:21,913 --> 00:25:23,162 All right.

501 00:25:23,463 --> 00:25:24,853 See you, then.

502 00:25:26,872 --> 00:25:27,713 Bye.

503 00:25:35,638 --> 00:25:38,551 I contacted all the networks. They've issued retractions.

504 00:25:38,552 --> 00:25:41,208 Everyone knows Larry Baxter is alive.

505 00:25:41,209 --> 00:25:42,841 That's the problem.

506 00:25:43,479 --> 00:25:46,212 - I thought that was the solution. - Since the retractions aired...

507 00:25:46,213 --> 00:25:49,449 the talk shows keep referring to me as "the guy everyone thought was dead".

508 00:25:49,450 --> 00:25:51,538 I'm the biggest joke in town.

509 00:25:51,539 --> 00:25:53,752 Okay, Larry, what can I do?

510 00:25:54,081 --> 00:25:57,029 I want you to sue late-night television.

511 00:25:58,338 --> 00:26:00,859 For what? Intentional infliction of emotional harm?

512 00:26:00,860 --> 00:26:02,084 Exactly.

513 00:26:03,560 --> 00:26:05,371 - Okay, which show? - All of them!

514 00:26:05,372 --> 00:26:09,472 - I'm not going to do that. - Well, maybe I should just talk to Parker.

515 00:26:09,565 --> 00:26:12,225 I'll see what I can do.

516 00:26:13,934 --> 00:26:16,187 My husband didn't know the truth.

517 00:26:16,309 --> 00:26:19,508 He didn't know about my past until the day I turned myself in.

518 00:26:19,509 --> 00:26:21,448 Why didn't you tell him?

519 00:26:22,716 --> 00:26:24,617 Philip, I'm so sorry.

520 00:26:25,412 --> 00:26:29,020 Marianne... why didn't you tell your husband the truth?

521 00:26:29,104 --> 00:26:30,592 I wanted to.

522 00:26:30,874 --> 00:26:33,893 But, um... I was afraid.

523 00:26:34,015 --> 00:26:36,386 - Afraid...? - That he wouldn't want me--

524 00:26:36,387 --> 00:26:38,433 If he knew the truth, he wouldn't love me.

525 00:26:38,434 --> 00:26:42,373 I thought if I told you about my old life, it could never really go away.

526 00:26:42,374 --> 00:26:44,842 And you wanted Fay to disappear?

527 00:26:45,608 --> 00:26:47,242 More than anything.

528 00:26:48,077 --> 00:26:51,109 When you heard the hospital was upgrading their security system...

529 00:26:51,110 --> 00:26:53,203 and you knew you'd be caught...

530 00:26:53,306 --> 00:26:55,402 why didn't you run again?

531 00:26:57,026 --> 00:26:59,299 Fay ran from her crime, but...

532 00:26:59,824 --> 00:27:01,524 I'm not that person.

533 00:27:02,905 --> 00:27:05,271 I had a rough childhood, Ms. Bingum.

534 00:27:05,393 --> 00:27:06,934 It's no excuse.

535 00:27:08,136 --> 00:27:12,098 But... I want to be there for my children.

536 00:27:13,056 --> 00:27:16,708 And part of being a good mother is doing the right thing.

537 00:27:16,934 --> 00:27:20,023 Marianne, is there anything else...

538 00:27:20,155 --> 00:27:22,957 that you would like to say to the court?

539 00:27:23,155 --> 00:27:25,873 I live every day with a heavy heart.

540 00:27:26,553 --> 00:27:28,440 And to those that I...

541 00:27:28,797 --> 00:27:32,947 I hurt with my actions and... lies...

542 00:27:33,908 --> 00:27:35,936 I am deeply sorry.

543 00:27:38,870 --> 00:27:40,673 Nothing further.

544 00:27:43,669 --> 00:27:45,989 That's a-- That's a nice speech...

545 00:27:45,990 --> 00:27:48,368 but what do we say to the family of Charles Nailor?

546 00:27:48,369 --> 00:27:50,515 There aren't words to express my sorrow.

547 00:27:50,516 --> 00:27:53,455 And we're just supposed to forgive you?

548 00:27:55,004 --> 00:27:56,676 No more questions.

549 00:27:57,389 --> 00:27:59,210 The defense rests.

550 00:28:01,415 --> 00:28:03,091 I changed my mind.

551 00:28:03,222 --> 00:28:05,043 I want to testify. I need to help her.

552 00:28:05,044 --> 00:28:07,254 We are recessed for the day.

553 00:28:07,255 --> 00:28:09,792 - I will hear closing arguments-- - Uh, your honor...

554 00:28:09,793 --> 00:28:12,908 the defense requests that we be permitted to call one more witness--

555 00:28:12,909 --> 00:28:15,011 The defendant's husband, Philip Neely.

556 00:28:15,012 --> 00:28:17,061 Objection. You just rested.

557 00:28:17,062 --> 00:28:18,629 - Sustained. - Your honor, we--

558 00:28:18,630 --> 00:28:21,880 Mr. Neely says one word, I have grounds for an appeal.

559 00:28:21,881 --> 00:28:24,395 Ms. Kaswell, the A.D.A. is right.

560 00:28:24,396 --> 00:28:29,146 Witness testimony has concluded. Mr. Neely cannot take the stand.

561 00:28:29,306 --> 00:28:33,138 I will hear closing arguments first thing tomorrow.

562 00:28:36,461 --> 00:28:41,282 Well, tell Ms. Grace I'll do the show if she gives me the whole hour.

563 00:28:42,221 --> 00:28:44,845 Yes. That works.

564 00:28:45,230 --> 00:28:48,062 Everybody's calling about the Neely case-- Newspapers, cable.

565 00:28:48,063 --> 00:28:51,143 - The media has dubbed her... - "The fugitive soccer mom"-- I know.

566 00:28:51,144 --> 00:28:53,189 I thought Kim was the face of this case.

567 00:28:53,190 --> 00:28:55,470 That's when it was local news, but we've gone national.

568 00:28:55,471 --> 00:28:57,723 This could be bigger than the octo-freak.

569 00:28:57,724 --> 00:28:59,524 Tell me you're gonna win.

570 00:28:59,760 --> 00:29:01,262 Oh. Parker.

571 00:29:01,441 --> 00:29:04,261 Yeah. That's great. "L.A. Times" wants an interview.

572 00:29:04,262 --> 00:29:08,493 I want the reporter to come to my office, and make sure I get photo approval. Good.

573 00:29:08,494 --> 00:29:10,947 You like this tie? It's bold, right?

574 00:29:11,051 --> 00:29:13,451 - Says "I'm in charge". - It's dated.

575 00:29:13,495 --> 00:29:16,814 Red was the power color under Bush, but with Obama, it's light blue.

576 00:29:16,815 --> 00:29:20,383 Fashionistas say the lighter color imbues a man with confidence and trust...

577 00:29:20,384 --> 00:29:23,211 without the aggressive undertones of red.

578 00:29:23,634 --> 00:29:26,785 I like my aggressive undertones. Look, Bingum, uh, speaking of interviews...

579 00:29:26,786 --> 00:29:30,374 - what's the deal canceling on Carol? - Is she a reporter?

580 00:29:30,375 --> 00:29:32,975 Carol, the tremendous assistant who worked at my old law firm.

581 00:29:32,976 --> 00:29:36,182 - I set up the interview. What happened? - Hold on. Why should I get rid of Teri?

582 00:29:36,183 --> 00:29:39,144 She's snide, unprofessional, and have you seen the way she dresses?

583 00:29:39,145 --> 00:29:40,828 She was wearing red pants today.

584 00:29:40,829 --> 00:29:43,259 I'm running a law firm, not the Hyde lounge.

585 00:29:43,260 --> 00:29:46,288 Her pants aren't red. They're fuchsia.

586 00:29:46,289 --> 00:29:49,224 - Jane-- - No, you can decide the cases I try...

587 00:29:49,225 --> 00:29:52,683 and you can make me work nights and weekends and on Beyonce's birthday.

588 00:29:52,684 --> 00:29:55,529 But you do not get to pick my assistant. Teri stays.

589 00:29:55,530 --> 00:29:57,823 This is not up for discussion.

590 00:29:58,069 --> 00:30:00,394 - You like talking to the press, don't you? - What?

591 00:30:00,395 --> 00:30:02,244 I'm the lead attorney on the Neely case.

592 00:30:02,245 --> 00:30:05,163 Those reporters contact me before you, but I decline their calls.

593 00:30:05,164 --> 00:30:09,588 So if decide I start talking, who do you think goes on "Nancy Grace"?

594 00:30:10,114 --> 00:30:11,924 Well-played, Bingum.

595 00:30:12,253 --> 00:30:13,340 Excuse me.

596 00:30:13,341 --> 00:30:17,774 Jane, Philip Neely is downstairs. He wants to see us immediately.

597 00:30:18,310 --> 00:30:21,995 I was selfish and stupid. She deserves so much better.

598 00:30:21,996 --> 00:30:25,327 Y- you have to get me on that stand. You have to let me speak to that jury.

599 00:30:25,328 --> 00:30:27,692 Philip, there's nothing we can do at this point.

600 00:30:27,693 --> 00:30:30,223 How I am supposed to face Marianne?

601 00:30:30,389 --> 00:30:32,436 I left her alone when she needed me most.

602 00:30:32,437 --> 00:30:36,089 Have you told her that? Have you gone to see her?

603 00:30:37,348 --> 00:30:39,301 Before, I was too mad.

604 00:30:40,071 --> 00:30:43,606 Now I'm the one who's ashamed. But I have to do something.

605 00:30:43,822 --> 00:30:45,122 Like you said...

606 00:30:45,133 --> 00:30:48,214 I have to convince that jury that I forgive her.

607 00:30:48,215 --> 00:30:50,795 We're sorry, but it's too late.

608 00:30:51,776 --> 00:30:53,256 Maybe it's not.

609 00:30:53,257 --> 00:30:55,670 What? You heard the judge. She shut us down.

610 00:30:55,671 --> 00:30:58,322 - There's no way to fight this. - There's always a way.

611 00:30:58,323 --> 00:31:01,184 Except when there's not. Jane, you need to stop now.

612 00:31:01,185 --> 00:31:05,824 Philip, I promise you will get your day in court.

613 00:31:08,535 --> 00:31:12,233 Our system of justice holds us accountable for our actions.

614 00:31:12,411 --> 00:31:15,875 Marianne Neely took part in a crime that led to the death of an innocent man.

615 00:31:15,876 --> 00:31:19,418 For that, she must be held accountable.

616 00:31:19,672 --> 00:31:21,579 It's that simple.

617 00:31:25,872 --> 00:31:28,225 A.D.A. Sanchez is right.

618 00:31:28,426 --> 00:31:30,665 Well, he's... partly right.

619 00:31:30,805 --> 00:31:33,697 Our system punishes the guilty.

620 00:31:33,922 --> 00:31:37,796 But it serves another purpose-- To rehabilitate.

621 00:31:38,425 --> 00:31:41,472 Marianne has paid her debt to society...

622 00:31:41,473 --> 00:31:43,659 with 20 years of good deeds.

623 00:31:43,660 --> 00:31:45,879 And she's rehabilitated herself well beyond...

624 00:31:45,880 --> 00:31:48,969 what we ever would have expected from Fay Green.

625 00:31:49,129 --> 00:31:51,364 But don't take my word for it.

626 00:31:51,730 --> 00:31:55,749 I have a letter here from her husband.

627 00:31:58,319 --> 00:32:00,558 - "My dear Marianne"-- - Objection.

628 00:32:00,560 --> 00:32:02,527 Counsel is clearly violating your ruling.

629 00:32:02,537 --> 00:32:04,908 Your honor told us Mr. Neely couldn't take the stand.

630 00:32:04,909 --> 00:32:06,026 And he isn't.

631 00:32:06,027 --> 00:32:08,786 If you shut me down, I'll have grounds for an appeal.

632 00:32:08,787 --> 00:32:11,164 She's right. Proceed.

633 00:32:13,270 --> 00:32:15,242 "My dear Marianne...

634 00:32:16,011 --> 00:32:19,341 "remember the night we met? It was Christmas.

635 00:32:19,579 --> 00:32:22,448 "We were volunteers at the downtown soup kitchen.

636 00:32:22,449 --> 00:32:24,400 Everyone wanted to dish out food..."

637 00:32:24,401 --> 00:32:26,883 "So you and I volunteered for cleanup.

638 00:32:27,024 --> 00:32:29,698 "I never had so much fun mopping a floor.

639 00:32:29,829 --> 00:32:32,434 "I never told you, but that night...

640 00:32:32,876 --> 00:32:36,726 "I went home and told my sister I met the woman I was gonna marry.

641 00:32:36,956 --> 00:32:39,931 "We all change. We all grow up.

642 00:32:40,251 --> 00:32:42,035 "We are who we become.

643 00:32:42,251 --> 00:32:45,108 "When I look at you today, I see the beautiful girl...

644 00:32:45,109 --> 00:32:46,853 "from the soup kitchen.

645 00:32:47,040 --> 00:32:52,115 "And I also see a magnificent woman, mother, and wife.

646 00:32:52,546 --> 00:32:55,778 "I need you to come home. Your children need you.

647 00:32:55,909 --> 00:32:57,909 "And your community needs you.

648 00:32:57,910 --> 00:33:01,661 "Every day we're apart, the world is a sadder place.

649 00:33:02,104 --> 00:33:04,181 Your beloved, Philip."

650 00:33:09,815 --> 00:33:11,711 We all make mistakes.

651 00:33:12,405 --> 00:33:16,696 And we all wish we could go back and undo what we did wrong.

652 00:33:18,119 --> 00:33:20,410 If you send Marianne to prison...

653 00:33:20,830 --> 00:33:24,436 it will be a monumental mistake.

654 00:33:26,164 --> 00:33:29,282 The kind of mistake you just can't fix.

655 00:33:42,932 --> 00:33:44,941 Okay, we need to talk.

656 00:33:45,933 --> 00:33:47,825 I heard what you said to Parker.

657 00:33:47,826 --> 00:33:50,744 I'm so, so sorry I got so mad at you.

658 00:33:50,745 --> 00:33:54,779 - You had every reason to be upset. - You are the best boss ever.

659 00:33:56,830 --> 00:33:59,344 By the by, love the sweater.

660 00:33:59,345 --> 00:34:02,416 I know. Awesome, right? Parker's gonna hate it.

661 00:34:02,417 --> 00:34:04,910 - Grayson's in your office. - Oh.

662 00:34:12,366 --> 00:34:13,351 Hi.

663 00:34:13,864 --> 00:34:15,602 Cookies? Homemade.

664 00:34:16,005 --> 00:34:17,786 You don't bake.

665 00:34:18,669 --> 00:34:19,693 Do you?

666 00:34:20,003 --> 00:34:22,887 I mean, I didn't know you did crossword puzzles, so what do I know?

667 00:34:22,888 --> 00:34:26,657 Cookies are from Larry. He means well, but he won't go away.

668 00:34:26,845 --> 00:34:29,345 Oh. So you're hiding in here again.

669 00:34:29,346 --> 00:34:31,344 I told him I was in a meeting.

670 00:34:31,542 --> 00:34:33,184 Ooh. Snickerdoodles.

671 00:34:33,185 --> 00:34:35,233 I need to dump this client...

672 00:34:35,234 --> 00:34:37,786 but Parker told me to V.I.P. The guy.

673 00:34:37,787 --> 00:34:41,427 - If he complains about me... - You're in the doghouse.

674 00:34:41,577 --> 00:34:44,126 Grayson, on the "Country Club Drive" fansite...

675 00:34:44,127 --> 00:34:48,654 fans post sightings of the actors at restaurants, parties, stores.

676 00:34:48,738 --> 00:34:51,288 Larry used to be spotted all over town--

677 00:34:51,289 --> 00:34:53,786 And always with his wife, Cheryl.

678 00:34:54,925 --> 00:34:57,460 She passed away a few months ago.

679 00:34:57,602 --> 00:35:02,081 And after that, he just stopped going out.

680 00:35:04,524 --> 00:35:06,603 That's... sad.

681 00:35:06,809 --> 00:35:10,952 When your girlfriend died, you turned your attention to work.

682 00:35:11,233 --> 00:35:15,119 And Larry doesn't have an office. He doesn't have a family.

683 00:35:15,363 --> 00:35:18,755 Right now, he... just has you.

684 00:35:19,844 --> 00:35:23,156 Jane, the clerk's office called. Jury's back.

685 00:35:25,470 --> 00:35:26,478 Okay.

686 00:35:30,635 --> 00:35:31,828 Just-- I...

687 00:35:33,153 --> 00:35:34,713 Thanks, Jane.

688 00:35:39,048 --> 00:35:41,104 The defendant will rise.

689 00:35:43,563 --> 00:35:44,821 What say you?

690 00:35:44,822 --> 00:35:47,321 In the matter of the people vs. Marianne Neely...

691 00:35:47,322 --> 00:35:51,441 we find the defendant guilty of accessory to robbery.

692 00:35:51,932 --> 00:35:54,932 And to the charge of murder in the second degree?

693 00:35:54,933 --> 00:35:56,633 We find the defendant...

694 00:35:56,680 --> 00:35:58,186 not guilty.

695 00:36:00,637 --> 00:36:02,721 Thank you for your service.

696 00:36:03,152 --> 00:36:06,251 Ms. Neely, I hereby sentence you...

697 00:36:06,420 --> 00:36:09,110 to the exemplary life you're already leading.

698 00:36:09,111 --> 00:36:10,300 Excuse me?

699 00:36:10,441 --> 00:36:14,404 Community service, Ms. Bingum if that's all right with you.

700 00:36:15,105 --> 00:36:16,965 Uh, we're-- We're good with that.

701 00:36:16,966 --> 00:36:18,495 We're done here.

702 00:36:19,693 --> 00:36:23,171 Thank you for everything. Thank you.

703 00:36:25,563 --> 00:36:26,475 Oh.

704 00:36:47,685 --> 00:36:49,735 This is a weird place to meet.

705 00:36:49,736 --> 00:36:50,774 I know.

706 00:36:52,025 --> 00:36:55,283 Larry, there are going to be no more retractions and no more lawsuits.

707 00:36:55,284 --> 00:36:59,154 Are you gonna kill me? 'Cause you could have just sent a bill.

708 00:36:59,783 --> 00:37:03,088 You were kind enough to sign an autograph for my girlfriend...

709 00:37:03,089 --> 00:37:04,891 who was a big fan.

710 00:37:05,958 --> 00:37:08,699 What I didn't tell you, what I wasn't able to say...

711 00:37:08,700 --> 00:37:11,748 is that she recently passed away.

712 00:37:12,227 --> 00:37:13,532 I'm sorry.

713 00:37:14,302 --> 00:37:17,871 I haven't been brave enough to visit since the funeral.

714 00:37:18,322 --> 00:37:21,309 And I thought it would be easier if...

715 00:37:21,788 --> 00:37:25,238 I came with someone who understood what I'm going through.

716 00:37:25,521 --> 00:37:27,483 Why the second bouquet?

717 00:37:28,790 --> 00:37:30,311 It's for Cheryl.

718 00:37:35,014 --> 00:37:36,826 You're a good man.

719 00:37:38,210 --> 00:37:39,496 Let's go.

720 00:37:42,596 --> 00:37:45,075 Let me tell you about Cheryl.

721 00:37:45,845 --> 00:37:50,399 She had a smile that would light up the Hollywood Hills.

722 00:37:50,549 --> 00:37:54,350 Back in '78, she auditioned for the role of Sandy...

723 00:37:54,547 --> 00:37:56,913 the lead in "Grease" the movie.

724 00:37:57,100 --> 00:37:59,646 Producers thought she was too sexy.

725 00:37:59,647 --> 00:38:03,753

  • ...inside my head

inside my room *

726 00:38:07,143 --> 00:38:11,500 And then they turned to each other and embraced.

727 00:38:11,828 --> 00:38:14,335 I swear, I almost cried right there in court.

728 00:38:14,336 --> 00:38:17,274 Can you think of anything more beautiful?

729 00:38:17,853 --> 00:38:20,069 To Marianne and Philip.

730 00:38:23,483 --> 00:38:26,395 - Okay. Now me. - Ooh. All ears.

731 00:38:26,705 --> 00:38:29,287 Will you just tell me what's going on with Fred?

732 00:38:29,288 --> 00:38:32,787 I've decided... I really do like him.

733 00:38:33,924 --> 00:38:36,722 So long to rule number three.

734 00:38:37,235 --> 00:38:41,368 I'm confused, sweetie. He's so not your type.

735 00:38:41,555 --> 00:38:45,699 Well, you've gone through some changes, and maybe I have, too.

736 00:38:46,178 --> 00:38:50,204 So what? He doesn't have 20-inch biceps, but he's sweet...

737 00:38:50,317 --> 00:38:54,286 he makes me laugh, and I think he's adorable.

738 00:38:54,840 --> 00:38:56,201 I'm impressed.

739 00:38:56,202 --> 00:38:59,011 You know what? After dinner, I'm gonna call him.

740 00:38:59,012 --> 00:39:02,218 So long to rule number seven.

741 00:39:14,402 --> 00:39:15,387 Hi.

742 00:39:17,078 --> 00:39:21,369 Um, a- according to this article that I read, I- I shouldn't be here...

743 00:39:21,370 --> 00:39:24,036 and I shouldn't act like I'm interested.

744 00:39:24,037 --> 00:39:27,643 But from the moment I met you, I've only thought of doing one--

745 00:39:27,644 --> 00:39:30,028

  • I am *

746 00:39:30,319 --> 00:39:33,784

  • I'm captivated by you *

747 00:39:35,728 --> 00:39:38,822 Um... Can I take you to dinner?

748 00:39:38,823 --> 00:39:41,887 - Sweetie? - Go. Have fun.

749 00:39:43,203 --> 00:39:44,809 Thank you!

750 00:40:11,177 --> 00:40:12,856 Oh. Stacy.

751 00:40:13,725 --> 00:40:17,852 Have you, uh, changed your mind about Fred already?

752 00:40:21,091 --> 00:40:21,870 Hi.

753 00:40:21,871 --> 00:40:24,556 - Sorry for bothering you so late. - No problem. Everything okay?

754 00:40:24,557 --> 00:40:25,927 Yeah, fine.

755 00:40:26,184 --> 00:40:27,434 The thing is...

756 00:40:27,435 --> 00:40:30,250 I need to get that silver bracelet back.

757 00:40:30,603 --> 00:40:31,981 Really? Why?

758 00:40:32,071 --> 00:40:35,317 Stacy was right. It wasn't Deb's.

759 00:40:39,081 --> 00:40:42,292 Okay. I'll go get it for you.

760 00:40:49,808 --> 00:40:52,667 My sister called in a panic. It's hers.

761 00:40:52,761 --> 00:40:55,245 Apparently, it has real sentimental value...

762 00:40:55,246 --> 00:40:57,929 and she just realized it was missing.

763 00:40:58,923 --> 00:41:02,898 - So it's Leslie's? - Oh, you know Leslie?

764 00:41:03,133 --> 00:41:05,170 Oh, S- Stacy mentioned her.

765 00:41:05,171 --> 00:41:08,487 Yeah, she stayed with me for a few days after Deb's funeral.

766 00:41:08,488 --> 00:41:11,656 It must have gotten mixed up with the other stuff.

767 00:41:11,657 --> 00:41:13,251 For your sister.

768 00:41:13,589 --> 00:41:16,279 Thanks. I'll see you tomorrow.

769 00:41:16,803 --> 00:41:19,028 Hey, have you... eaten?

770 00:41:19,253 --> 00:41:22,587 I mean, it's all ready, and Stacy's gone off with--

771 00:41:22,588 --> 00:41:24,934 Well, she's gone out.

772 00:41:25,391 --> 00:41:26,780 Looks great.

773 00:41:27,926 --> 00:41:32,364 I haven't eaten anything since I polished off Larry's snickerdoodles.

774 00:41:32,870 --> 00:41:33,584 Oh.

775 00:41:33,743 --> 00:41:37,193 After dinner, maybe we can finish a puzzle together.

776 00:41:37,277 --> 00:41:39,977 - Yeah, that would be-- - Don't say "lame".

777 00:41:40,101 --> 00:41:41,559 A lot of fun.

778 00:41:45,215 --> 00:41:48,945

  • When I look into the mountains *

779 00:41:49,240 --> 00:41:51,787

  • I see your fame *

780 00:41:53,608 --> 00:41:57,451

  • When I look into the night's sky *

781 00:41:57,676 --> 00:42:00,380

  • It sparkles your name *

782 00:42:00,624 --> 00:42:02,035 To a good night.

783 00:42:02,128 --> 00:42:03,894 - Cheers. - Cheers.

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