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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:04,053 --> 00:00:06,772 - Criminals scare me. - I break out. 2 00:00:06,973 --> 00:00:10,852 My face breaks out. We didn't come to discuss breakouts. 3 00:00:11,053 --> 00:00:14,841 - Michael Huttle. Thanks for coming. - Ally McBeal. 4 00:00:15,053 --> 00:00:17,567 We don't specialize in criminal law. 5 00:00:17,773 --> 00:00:22,210 This case won't come down to law. We need something unorthodox. 6 00:00:22,733 --> 00:00:25,201 - Why? - 18 years ago he robbed a bank. 7 00:00:25,413 --> 00:00:28,211 - They just got him? - He's been in 18 years. 8 00:00:28,413 --> 00:00:31,371 Did he shoot everyone and leave them... 9 00:00:31,573 --> 00:00:33,928 ...with blood everywhere? 10 00:00:34,413 --> 00:00:37,291 Well, we need the facts. 11 00:00:37,493 --> 00:00:40,530 He shot no one. He did most of his time. 12 00:00:40,733 --> 00:00:43,406 A month prior to release, he tried to escape. 13 00:00:43,613 --> 00:00:48,528 - He tried to escape with a month left? - How stupid is that? 14 00:00:48,733 --> 00:00:49,722 Why us? 15 00:00:49,933 --> 00:00:53,448 If he's convicted of trying to escape... 16 00:00:53,653 --> 00:00:57,362 ...he'll have 12 years added. He's 72. He'll die inside. 17 00:00:57,573 --> 00:01:01,725 - What do you want us to do? - Make the jury disregard the law. 18 00:01:02,213 --> 00:01:04,647 - I'm sorry? - Get your nose to whistle... 19 00:01:04,853 --> 00:01:07,367 ..."take a moment," make your feet squeak. 20 00:01:07,573 --> 00:01:11,327 My client needs somebody to pull a rabbit out of a hat. 21 00:01:11,533 --> 00:01:14,525 - Say it with me. - Troubled. 22 00:01:14,733 --> 00:01:18,089 They want John to take a case on trial day? 23 00:01:18,293 --> 00:01:23,413 They have no defense. And they figure who better to go in with nothing? 24 00:01:23,613 --> 00:01:27,322 Ally's with him at the prison. The trial starts at 2. 25 00:01:27,533 --> 00:01:29,683 Marsha Haliday, new client, 10:00. 26 00:01:29,893 --> 00:01:33,283 Wants to sue her ex-fianc´┐Ż for emotional distress. 27 00:01:33,493 --> 00:01:36,132 - What'd he do? - Stiffed her at the altar. 28 00:01:36,333 --> 00:01:39,131 Scorn for profit. If she's ugly, say yes. 29 00:01:39,333 --> 00:01:40,527 Wait! 30 00:01:40,733 --> 00:01:43,042 - "If she's ugly, say yes"? - Right. 31 00:01:43,253 --> 00:01:45,687 - Lf she's not? - Don't take the case. 32 00:01:45,893 --> 00:01:48,123 Pretty girls can find other men. 33 00:01:48,333 --> 00:01:52,326 If she's a dog, more money. No points for personality. 34 00:01:55,533 --> 00:01:57,091 VONDA SINGS: I've been down this road 35 00:01:57,293 --> 00:01:58,885 Alone Again 36 00:01:59,093 --> 00:02:03,450 Walking the line That's painted by pride 37 00:02:03,693 --> 00:02:06,127 And I have made mistakes in my life 38 00:02:06,373 --> 00:02:09,922 That I just can 't hide 39 00:02:10,133 --> 00:02:13,330 Oh, I believe I am ready 40 00:02:13,533 --> 00:02:17,731 For what love has to bring 41 00:02:17,973 --> 00:02:21,852 I got myself together 42 00:02:22,093 --> 00:02:24,971 Now I'm ready to sing 43 00:02:25,213 --> 00:02:28,523 I've been searching my soul tonight 44 00:02:28,773 --> 00:02:32,243 I know there's so much more to life 45 00:02:32,493 --> 00:02:35,212 Now I know I can shine a light 46 00:02:35,453 --> 00:02:38,763 To find my way back home 47 00:02:39,013 --> 00:02:43,529 Oh, baby, yeah 48 00:02:43,773 --> 00:02:45,968 Oh, yeah 49 00:02:47,000 --> 00:02:53,074 Advertise your product or brand here contact www.OpenSubtitles.org today 50 00:02:59,493 --> 00:03:03,850 I know it was stupid. A month left in my term. 51 00:03:04,533 --> 00:03:07,127 Why did you try to escape? 52 00:03:09,213 --> 00:03:11,966 - Are you making fun of me? - Excuse me? 53 00:03:12,173 --> 00:03:17,122 You're blinking. I know I blink. You don't have to remind me. 54 00:03:17,893 --> 00:03:20,088 - I blink too. - Does he? 55 00:03:21,533 --> 00:03:22,522 Yes. 56 00:03:22,733 --> 00:03:25,964 I just blink more when... It's Tourettesian. 57 00:03:26,173 --> 00:03:30,644 I pick up on the body movements of others and unconsciously l... 58 00:03:30,853 --> 00:03:34,892 In trial with Ally, my hands swish. It's not intentional. 59 00:03:35,093 --> 00:03:37,527 He's very peculiar. 60 00:03:37,973 --> 00:03:41,283 Poughkeep... Poughkeep... Just New York. 61 00:03:41,493 --> 00:03:46,123 He does this in court, too, but I think it's on purpose. Is it? 62 00:03:46,333 --> 00:03:51,327 He used to have a stutter, but he controlled it with a song... 63 00:03:51,533 --> 00:03:54,570 Then he picked "Poughkeepsie" to preempt the... 64 00:03:54,773 --> 00:03:58,766 Poughkeepsie is in New York, so he seized upon New York... 65 00:03:58,973 --> 00:04:03,410 ...since it's phonetically less jarring. He's an excellent lawyer. 66 00:04:03,613 --> 00:04:08,129 He's just nervous around criminals. Right, John? 67 00:04:08,413 --> 00:04:09,926 Mets. 68 00:04:10,653 --> 00:04:12,769 - Duress? - That's what I think. 69 00:04:12,973 --> 00:04:17,330 - He had no choice but to break out? - Based on what he told me... 70 00:04:17,893 --> 00:04:20,691 - I'd prefer you not sit with us. - Why? 71 00:04:20,893 --> 00:04:26,092 We must look like underdogs. We'd be too many, especially given your size. 72 00:04:26,293 --> 00:04:29,524 I know the facts. I'll sit with you! 73 00:04:32,533 --> 00:04:34,410 - It is you! - Hayley! 74 00:04:34,613 --> 00:04:38,765 I'm the D.A. On the case. I saw your name on the appearance. 75 00:04:38,973 --> 00:04:41,328 I can't believe it! Oh, my God! 76 00:04:41,533 --> 00:04:44,570 - How are you? - I'm a little pressed for air. 77 00:04:44,933 --> 00:04:47,527 I just got back from North Hampton. 78 00:04:47,733 --> 00:04:49,689 - Hayley Chisolm. - Ally McBeal. 79 00:04:49,893 --> 00:04:53,124 - We were classmates. - Are you first-chairing? 80 00:04:53,333 --> 00:04:56,723 - I am. - I don't believe it! 81 00:04:58,213 --> 00:05:00,773 When we got excited we'd do this hop. 82 00:05:00,973 --> 00:05:04,409 When we walked out of our torts final, we did the hop. 83 00:05:04,813 --> 00:05:07,885 He's very funny. Do you know how funny he is? 84 00:05:08,093 --> 00:05:11,210 - I've seen some hints. - My little Biscuit. 85 00:05:11,413 --> 00:05:14,325 Oh, this will be such a treat. 86 00:05:19,893 --> 00:05:21,929 Old friends, huh? 87 00:05:36,093 --> 00:05:41,292 I know you're hurt. The question you really have to ask yourself... 88 00:05:41,573 --> 00:05:44,804 Will suing him really make me feel better? 89 00:05:45,013 --> 00:05:48,892 He didn't just break up with me. He left me at the altar. 90 00:05:49,093 --> 00:05:53,609 Minister, 300 guests, flower girls, bridesmaids, my mom, all there. 91 00:05:53,813 --> 00:05:58,204 It's illegal to sever his penis. I hired a lawyer to look it up. 92 00:05:58,613 --> 00:06:02,208 Courts don't like emotional distress claims... 93 00:06:02,413 --> 00:06:04,563 ...when it comes to love lives. 94 00:06:04,773 --> 00:06:09,563 They think you're finding blame which defeats the purpose of no-fault. 95 00:06:09,773 --> 00:06:13,482 But if you could get the judge to see the lawsuit... 96 00:06:13,693 --> 00:06:17,811 ...as an alternative to castration, he may be more agreeable. 97 00:06:18,013 --> 00:06:20,243 - I see. - Can I be candid with you? 98 00:06:20,533 --> 00:06:22,205 So far you haven't been? 99 00:06:22,413 --> 00:06:27,612 In addition to losing the love of my life, I was utterly humiliated. 100 00:06:27,933 --> 00:06:32,085 Three hundred people looked at me with one common feeling: 101 00:06:32,293 --> 00:06:33,282 Pity. 102 00:06:34,613 --> 00:06:37,446 - Maybe I should just get counseling. - No. 103 00:06:39,733 --> 00:06:41,530 Counseling won't help you. 104 00:06:42,733 --> 00:06:45,805 You're right, Marcia. May I call you Marcia? 105 00:06:46,013 --> 00:06:48,288 I guess. But my name is Mary. 106 00:06:49,413 --> 00:06:51,643 There comes a time in our lives... 107 00:06:51,853 --> 00:06:55,323 ...when we have to go forth and be vicious. 108 00:06:57,213 --> 00:07:00,205 I'm sure he's a good man at heart... 109 00:07:00,413 --> 00:07:04,201 ...maybe even a kind man. But he needs to suffer. 110 00:07:11,533 --> 00:07:13,842 He built a chest in shop class. 111 00:07:14,053 --> 00:07:18,171 - A chest? - A hope chest for his granddaughter. 112 00:07:18,373 --> 00:07:22,764 - But it was wide, huge and square. - How did he get it in the yard? 113 00:07:23,053 --> 00:07:27,604 - I don't know. He must've had help. - Tell us exactly what you saw. 114 00:07:28,493 --> 00:07:31,291 It was nighttime, and I was in the tower. 115 00:07:31,493 --> 00:07:35,930 I saw him jumping on it. He'd made some kind of trampoline. 116 00:07:36,413 --> 00:07:39,530 - He was jumping higher and higher. - Then what? 117 00:07:39,813 --> 00:07:45,012 I yelled, but he kept jumping. That's when I realized what was going on. 118 00:07:45,733 --> 00:07:48,930 And then, up he went, right over the wall. 119 00:07:49,133 --> 00:07:50,122 Then what? 120 00:07:50,333 --> 00:07:55,123 Then we got him. He wasn't going anywhere. He sprained his ankles. 121 00:07:55,333 --> 00:07:56,732 Thank you, sir. 122 00:08:11,733 --> 00:08:15,692 - My name is John Cage. How do you do? - I'm fine. 123 00:08:16,093 --> 00:08:18,926 Splendid. Nothing further. 124 00:08:25,853 --> 00:08:29,368 Gee, I'd no idea you'd tell the witness your name. 125 00:08:29,573 --> 00:08:32,212 What's the point? He served his term. 126 00:08:32,413 --> 00:08:36,167 It's not up to me. Prison escapes, we come down hard. 127 00:08:36,373 --> 00:08:38,091 - Twelve years? - Sorry. 128 00:08:38,413 --> 00:08:42,201 - You look great. - Well, thank you. 129 00:08:45,413 --> 00:08:47,529 - How is Fred? - Divorced. 130 00:08:47,733 --> 00:08:51,043 You know, it's hard working and... You married? 131 00:08:52,333 --> 00:08:53,732 Anybody? 132 00:08:56,573 --> 00:09:00,009 The best relationship I had with a man was you. 133 00:09:00,333 --> 00:09:04,087 Platonic friendships don't disappoint. 134 00:09:05,413 --> 00:09:07,131 - Any luck? - Office policy. 135 00:09:07,333 --> 00:09:11,531 Prison escapes, you know. I promise not to do my best. 136 00:09:12,413 --> 00:09:13,892 - Does she know? - What? 137 00:09:14,093 --> 00:09:17,722 - That you were in love with her. - I wasn't in love. 138 00:09:17,933 --> 00:09:22,927 - Do you think she knows? - L... Poughkeep... Giuliani. 139 00:09:25,653 --> 00:09:29,123 I'm Elaine Vassal. Perhaps you've heard of me? 140 00:09:29,613 --> 00:09:32,810 - Not really. - I'm surprised. 141 00:09:33,013 --> 00:09:38,212 Anyway, I want you to know, I share your pangs of Ioneliness. 142 00:09:39,013 --> 00:09:43,882 And I thought, well... I've invented a husband CD. 143 00:09:44,093 --> 00:09:47,210 - It can bring a lot of relief. - A husband CD? 144 00:09:47,413 --> 00:09:52,009 All the sounds of a spouse. You can carry it in your pocket. 145 00:09:52,213 --> 00:09:57,207 Track one, your husband opening the car door for you like a gentleman. 146 00:09:57,413 --> 00:09:58,926 [CAR DOOR OPENING] 147 00:09:59,693 --> 00:10:01,206 Him sleeping next to you. 148 00:10:01,453 --> 00:10:03,205 [SNORING] 149 00:10:03,413 --> 00:10:08,328 Tracks three through six: Normal husband sounds heard around the house. 150 00:10:08,533 --> 00:10:10,489 [TOILET FLUSHING] 151 00:10:11,533 --> 00:10:13,763 [BASEBALL GAME SOUNDS] 152 00:10:14,733 --> 00:10:15,802 [FARTING] 153 00:10:16,813 --> 00:10:20,328 Some of it's coarse. But it is a marriage. 154 00:10:25,693 --> 00:10:29,049 From my first day, I only thought of getting out. 155 00:10:29,253 --> 00:10:32,529 - Of prison. - I collected rubber bands. 156 00:10:32,733 --> 00:10:36,567 - When I got some, I'd hoard them. - Rubber bands. 157 00:10:36,773 --> 00:10:40,891 There'd be one around papers I'd get from the library... 158 00:10:41,093 --> 00:10:43,448 ... or a prisoner would slip me one. 159 00:10:43,653 --> 00:10:46,929 Visitors could smuggle in a whole handful. 160 00:10:47,293 --> 00:10:51,730 I bribed one inmate with braces to give me all he had. 161 00:10:52,373 --> 00:10:57,527 Every day, I'd collect rubber bands and dream about a trampoline. 162 00:10:57,733 --> 00:11:00,964 I could just see myself going over that wall. 163 00:11:01,173 --> 00:11:03,368 Building that box was easy. 164 00:11:04,013 --> 00:11:06,686 But collecting rubber bands? 165 00:11:06,893 --> 00:11:10,090 It took me 18 years to get enough. 166 00:11:10,533 --> 00:11:14,412 - How did you keep it a secret? - As I knitted them together... 167 00:11:14,613 --> 00:11:17,605 ... I also knitted an afghan to conceal them. 168 00:11:17,813 --> 00:11:19,690 And finally, I finished. 169 00:11:20,253 --> 00:11:25,327 I had a blanket of rubber bands to put on that chest to make a trampoline. 170 00:11:25,533 --> 00:11:28,172 - When did you finish? - January. 171 00:11:28,373 --> 00:11:31,570 - A month prior to your release date? - Yes. 172 00:11:31,773 --> 00:11:35,527 I have to ask the question that's on everybody's mind. 173 00:11:36,173 --> 00:11:39,404 - Or actually I don't, do I? - Why? 174 00:11:39,613 --> 00:11:42,571 That's what I said. Only a month to go. 175 00:11:42,773 --> 00:11:47,528 What good does it do? Forget it. I did. 176 00:11:49,053 --> 00:11:53,331 And suddenly, part of me just went dead. 177 00:11:54,733 --> 00:11:58,851 Eighteen years of planning towards something. 178 00:11:59,053 --> 00:12:01,009 Wondering if you can do it. 179 00:12:01,573 --> 00:12:04,963 When I went out that night, I said to myself: 180 00:12:05,213 --> 00:12:08,728 "Just see. You don 't have to actually go over. 181 00:12:09,573 --> 00:12:11,370 But just see. " 182 00:12:12,613 --> 00:12:14,729 And I kept going up. 183 00:12:15,533 --> 00:12:17,524 I felt like I was flying. 184 00:12:18,493 --> 00:12:20,324 But I couldn 't know. 185 00:12:20,533 --> 00:12:22,171 I had to try to go over. 186 00:12:22,373 --> 00:12:26,924 Now, I knew it would be stupid, but I thought I had wings. 187 00:12:27,893 --> 00:12:30,123 My moment was here. 188 00:12:30,333 --> 00:12:32,528 Eighteen years. 189 00:12:33,973 --> 00:12:37,329 The next thing I knew, I was going over the top. 190 00:12:37,893 --> 00:12:40,168 I landed with a huge thud. 191 00:12:40,973 --> 00:12:42,725 I just lay there. 192 00:12:43,733 --> 00:12:46,327 I thought I'd broken all my bones. 193 00:12:47,893 --> 00:12:50,123 But in my mind... 194 00:12:51,613 --> 00:12:54,127 ...I've never been more free. 195 00:12:56,013 --> 00:12:58,732 I was free forever. 196 00:13:06,813 --> 00:13:09,486 This is why I get transferred. 197 00:13:09,693 --> 00:13:13,288 I just cry when I hear the defendant's story. 198 00:13:13,773 --> 00:13:15,968 A D.A. Shouldn't do this. 199 00:13:16,213 --> 00:13:21,003 Last year I was in juvie. This boy burned down a neighborhood. 200 00:13:21,213 --> 00:13:23,408 He talked about his abuse. 201 00:13:23,613 --> 00:13:26,730 On cross, I offered to adopt him. 202 00:13:28,333 --> 00:13:30,324 Hayley, look at me. 203 00:13:31,213 --> 00:13:32,362 Please. 204 00:13:33,293 --> 00:13:37,571 - All right. - She lulls the defense with sympathy. 205 00:13:37,773 --> 00:13:40,890 Then laments the demise of the death penalty. 206 00:13:41,093 --> 00:13:43,926 I forget he knows all my secrets. 207 00:13:44,333 --> 00:13:46,972 - Do you know all of his? - Knickerbockers. 208 00:13:47,173 --> 00:13:48,526 - What? - Nothing. 209 00:13:54,493 --> 00:13:59,692 I don't have any rebuttal witnesses. So I'll cross, then I'll close. 210 00:14:01,373 --> 00:14:02,522 - Ready? - All set. 211 00:14:02,733 --> 00:14:05,884 A bunch of us are going out to eat tonight. 212 00:14:06,093 --> 00:14:09,290 Come with us. No talking about the case. 213 00:14:09,493 --> 00:14:12,769 Oh, I'd love to, but I'm in Lamaze tonight. 214 00:14:12,973 --> 00:14:16,329 I'm trying to take it seriously. It's important. 215 00:14:16,533 --> 00:14:19,411 Do you... You're pregnant? 216 00:14:19,613 --> 00:14:23,606 Lord, no. But one day I hope to be. And when I am... 217 00:14:23,813 --> 00:14:27,726 ...who has time to hang around fat cows trying to breathe? 218 00:14:27,973 --> 00:14:31,522 - Come with us. - Maybe I could blow off one class. 219 00:14:40,013 --> 00:14:41,287 Ask for his house? 220 00:14:41,493 --> 00:14:46,362 We don't want to end up with an empty bag. Neither did he. Kidding. 221 00:14:47,573 --> 00:14:50,565 Attaching real estate means a hearing. 222 00:14:50,773 --> 00:14:52,286 The motion's at 10. 223 00:14:52,493 --> 00:14:56,645 - The judge'll put a lien...? - We must show likelihood of victory. 224 00:14:56,853 --> 00:14:59,572 What this will do is kick-start the war. 225 00:14:59,773 --> 00:15:04,051 - It'll make you feel married to him. - I have second thoughts. 226 00:15:04,253 --> 00:15:06,892 Never trust them. You'll think forever. 227 00:15:07,093 --> 00:15:10,210 You were gonna take wedding vows with him. 228 00:15:10,413 --> 00:15:14,929 "Death us do part." You parted. What's holding up death? 229 00:15:16,773 --> 00:15:20,891 - Why did you do that? - I had a feeling. I mean, you did. 230 00:15:21,093 --> 00:15:24,847 But I act on feelings, even if they're not my own. 231 00:15:25,053 --> 00:15:29,410 She hops. She has a briefcase remote. She takes Lamaze. 232 00:15:29,613 --> 00:15:32,207 - And she's... - Say it. 233 00:15:32,413 --> 00:15:34,324 A little kooky. 234 00:15:35,533 --> 00:15:37,125 You never went out? 235 00:15:37,333 --> 00:15:41,531 You never asked her out in any other way than a pluton way? 236 00:15:41,733 --> 00:15:43,325 Platonic. 237 00:15:44,733 --> 00:15:46,928 - I did once. - What happened? 238 00:15:47,133 --> 00:15:48,725 - Well... - What? 239 00:15:48,933 --> 00:15:51,367 First, how could you tell? 240 00:15:52,373 --> 00:15:57,322 You can tell when I see something. I can tell what's going on with you. 241 00:16:00,813 --> 00:16:04,408 At the Christmas party, you said I was odd. 242 00:16:05,293 --> 00:16:08,251 But like it was a special thing to be. 243 00:16:08,453 --> 00:16:11,047 It is, sometimes. 244 00:16:11,253 --> 00:16:16,122 Most people look at me like I'm "odd-strange," not "odd-special." 245 00:16:17,373 --> 00:16:20,171 You were the first person since Hayley to... 246 00:16:20,893 --> 00:16:24,522 She got me. I've never laughed with anybody so... 247 00:16:24,733 --> 00:16:28,931 - So why didn't you ever...? - I was afraid that I'd spoil it. 248 00:16:29,773 --> 00:16:33,322 That's not some bell you get to unring. 249 00:16:34,613 --> 00:16:38,367 And I did ask. One week before the graduation. 250 00:16:39,613 --> 00:16:43,492 I tried to guise it as a joke. Half-serious, half-joke. 251 00:16:43,693 --> 00:16:47,925 That way, if she wasn't interested, I could lay it off to... 252 00:16:49,413 --> 00:16:53,167 I told her what a great friendship it was... 253 00:16:53,373 --> 00:16:57,366 ...and how I thought, maybe, that we should be a couple. 254 00:16:57,573 --> 00:17:02,567 - She thought it my best joke yet. - She never knew you weren't joking? 255 00:17:02,813 --> 00:17:05,850 - No. - Then you never really took a chance. 256 00:17:06,053 --> 00:17:09,523 I opened the door. The door struck me in the nose. 257 00:17:09,733 --> 00:17:13,806 - Even so, you... - Well, she met the love of her life. 258 00:17:14,253 --> 00:17:17,529 - And she got married. - And now she's divorced. 259 00:17:18,133 --> 00:17:20,772 I'm pretty much over Billy. 260 00:17:20,973 --> 00:17:23,965 Ninety-nine point sixty percent. 261 00:17:24,173 --> 00:17:28,212 But I will be over him. You know what I'll never get over? 262 00:17:28,413 --> 00:17:30,973 - Greg? Glenn? - No, no. 263 00:17:31,173 --> 00:17:35,724 The idea that when Billy left... 264 00:17:37,613 --> 00:17:39,126 ...I just let him. 265 00:17:39,893 --> 00:17:43,966 So what that my heart got crushed? I protected my ego. 266 00:17:44,173 --> 00:17:49,327 Well, that was me at my most foolish. 267 00:17:49,533 --> 00:17:52,730 And I have set records in that department. 268 00:17:56,933 --> 00:18:01,529 If your feelings are a fraction of what... 269 00:18:02,133 --> 00:18:03,725 ...my... 270 00:18:04,493 --> 00:18:08,532 Oh, John, you've gotta take a chance. You have to. 271 00:18:22,093 --> 00:18:25,927 - You're gonna bill her... - We'll know soon if we're out. 272 00:18:26,133 --> 00:18:28,363 - Your outlook concerns me. - What? 273 00:18:28,573 --> 00:18:31,007 "Nobody's won this kind of case"? 274 00:18:31,213 --> 00:18:36,333 You could've said, "Nobody's won this kind of case! " Be a joyful pioneer. 275 00:18:36,533 --> 00:18:37,727 All rise. 276 00:18:37,933 --> 00:18:41,164 Things don't turn on merits. This is a court. 277 00:18:41,373 --> 00:18:46,049 - Things turn on juries and judges. - Honorable Judge Cone presiding. 278 00:18:48,573 --> 00:18:50,803 Occasionally, things turn on me. 279 00:18:51,013 --> 00:18:53,243 GEORGIA: Perhaps you should be recused. 280 00:18:53,453 --> 00:18:54,932 - Why? - Why? 281 00:18:55,173 --> 00:18:57,129 You want me to say in court? 282 00:18:57,333 --> 00:19:02,282 My alleged sexual relations with co-counsel doesn't make me impartial. 283 00:19:02,493 --> 00:19:05,769 It was so unremarkable, I barely remember it. 284 00:19:05,973 --> 00:19:09,090 - I don't hang onto trivia. - You have no bias. 285 00:19:09,573 --> 00:19:13,805 - May I speak, Your Honor? - Given the lunacy of the case, sure. 286 00:19:14,013 --> 00:19:16,811 Verbal spankings leave me wanting more. 287 00:19:17,013 --> 00:19:19,573 - The merits of the case... - It has none. 288 00:19:19,773 --> 00:19:23,846 Courts don't protect jilted brides or legislate love. 289 00:19:24,053 --> 00:19:28,524 No-fault divorce exists so that courts needn't finger-point. 290 00:19:28,733 --> 00:19:31,167 They teach that in law school. 291 00:19:31,533 --> 00:19:35,492 One perk of sleeping with judges is you see how law works. 292 00:19:35,693 --> 00:19:39,003 Courts not getting involved in love is nonsense. 293 00:19:39,213 --> 00:19:41,886 I'll assume you use a hair dryer a lot. 294 00:19:42,093 --> 00:19:44,607 Let's spit out the legal arguments... 295 00:19:44,813 --> 00:19:48,931 ...then we can spit on each other. - Counsel in chambers. 296 00:19:53,013 --> 00:19:55,129 Pro forma. Very common. 297 00:19:59,413 --> 00:20:03,406 You were convicted of robbing a bank 18 years ago? 298 00:20:03,613 --> 00:20:05,729 Did you use a weapon to rob it? 299 00:20:05,933 --> 00:20:07,127 Yes. 300 00:20:07,333 --> 00:20:12,202 When you took your trampoline out, you did so with the intent to escape? 301 00:20:12,413 --> 00:20:15,530 Objection. She's tricking him into saying... 302 00:20:15,733 --> 00:20:19,123 ...he intended something when it was compulsion. 303 00:20:19,333 --> 00:20:21,767 - He had no control. - He's testifying. 304 00:20:21,973 --> 00:20:25,204 - We should all take moments. - That is outrageous! 305 00:20:25,413 --> 00:20:27,085 - All right! - Unacceptable. 306 00:20:29,973 --> 00:20:32,612 I knew you'd start testifying. 307 00:20:32,813 --> 00:20:36,203 You had to bring up weapons, right? Loves guns. 308 00:20:36,413 --> 00:20:39,007 Next, I'll tell your client my name. 309 00:20:39,213 --> 00:20:41,568 - Oh, very funny. - That'll get him. 310 00:20:41,773 --> 00:20:44,765 Neither of us want that man to die in jail. 311 00:20:44,973 --> 00:20:50,093 If you believe he should get 12, that's one thing. But office policy? 312 00:20:51,533 --> 00:20:55,287 - The best I can give you is four. - Thanks. 313 00:20:56,333 --> 00:20:59,484 We said "unacceptable" simultaneously! 314 00:21:04,933 --> 00:21:07,208 I'm tickled by your position. 315 00:21:07,413 --> 00:21:12,441 - But perhaps there is some bias here. - My bias is against the suit. 316 00:21:12,693 --> 00:21:15,924 Though he doesn't add to its credibility. 317 00:21:16,133 --> 00:21:17,964 - Whipper. - Judge Cone. 318 00:21:18,373 --> 00:21:22,207 Courts delve into marriage. They enforce prenups... 319 00:21:22,413 --> 00:21:25,803 - A jilted bride sues a man... - It's different, I know. 320 00:21:26,013 --> 00:21:28,732 But don't say courts don't get involved. 321 00:21:28,933 --> 00:21:32,369 When it's child support, courts finger-point. 322 00:21:32,573 --> 00:21:34,689 That is something different. 323 00:21:34,893 --> 00:21:38,568 But they get in there. Sometimes they stay hands-off... 324 00:21:38,773 --> 00:21:41,765 ...but there are no rules. It's about fairness. 325 00:21:41,973 --> 00:21:46,046 Fairness started palimony suits. It comes down to the case. 326 00:21:46,253 --> 00:21:51,008 In this case, my client paid for the wedding and was hung out to dry. 327 00:21:51,213 --> 00:21:54,171 The duty of a judge is to right wrongs. 328 00:21:54,413 --> 00:21:58,645 That doesn't change when you've slept with one of the lawyers. 329 00:21:58,853 --> 00:22:03,722 Under that robe, besides a great body, is a good judge. Act like one. 330 00:22:09,893 --> 00:22:13,329 - Four years? - That is the best we can do. 331 00:22:13,533 --> 00:22:15,922 I think we have to consider it. 332 00:22:17,493 --> 00:22:18,482 No. 333 00:22:18,693 --> 00:22:20,524 If we lose, we... 334 00:22:24,413 --> 00:22:29,282 Mr. Cage, I don't expect you to understand this. 335 00:22:29,893 --> 00:22:32,327 But going over that wall... 336 00:22:32,533 --> 00:22:37,004 ...was the first thing in my life I truly followed through with. 337 00:22:37,213 --> 00:22:40,125 You followed through with robbing the bank. 338 00:22:40,773 --> 00:22:44,925 Truthfully, I went along with the robbery. But I hardly... 339 00:22:47,333 --> 00:22:52,532 I had to go over that wall. For once in my life l... 340 00:22:54,613 --> 00:22:57,332 It was fun taking that chance. 341 00:22:58,413 --> 00:23:01,132 I think it's time I took another one. 342 00:23:15,453 --> 00:23:18,525 Ain 't had no loving since You know when 343 00:23:18,773 --> 00:23:21,765 You know I love you Yes I do 344 00:23:22,013 --> 00:23:26,131 And I'm saving all my loving Just for you 345 00:23:26,333 --> 00:23:28,324 Our Richard Fish? 346 00:23:28,533 --> 00:23:32,287 Georgia said he was good. He made effective arguments. 347 00:23:32,493 --> 00:23:36,452 - Maybe he really is a lawyer. - Where is he, anyway? 348 00:23:36,653 --> 00:23:40,771 They're in settlement conference, trying to get something. 349 00:23:40,973 --> 00:23:43,203 Will you look at them? 350 00:23:45,053 --> 00:23:48,045 Have you ever seen him look so happy? 351 00:23:48,253 --> 00:23:52,690 - Maybe it's his smile therapy. - No. That's... 352 00:23:52,893 --> 00:23:55,282 EVERYONE SINGS: Baby, don 't you let your love by me 353 00:23:55,493 --> 00:24:00,248 He's really smiling. There is happiness on that floor. 354 00:24:07,973 --> 00:24:11,170 - I gotta say this again? - You assume I listen. 355 00:24:11,373 --> 00:24:14,331 Money. I hear that. Let's speak in numbers. 356 00:24:14,533 --> 00:24:17,923 We'll pay for the wedding. But emotional distress... 357 00:24:18,133 --> 00:24:20,408 - May I call you Dick? - I'm George. 358 00:24:20,613 --> 00:24:24,731 Technically, our case stinks. But why apply logic? 359 00:24:24,933 --> 00:24:27,731 - It's a habit. - Marriage isn't logical. 360 00:24:27,933 --> 00:24:32,768 People, before they're evolved, partner up with compatible soul mates. 361 00:24:32,973 --> 00:24:35,726 Science says physical attraction ends. 362 00:24:35,933 --> 00:24:39,687 You wouldn't buy a car if you had to keep it forever. 363 00:24:39,893 --> 00:24:43,363 Marriage offers the illusion of wonderful ideology. 364 00:24:43,573 --> 00:24:46,565 In the end, stripped down: Give us money. 365 00:24:50,093 --> 00:24:51,890 Could I interrupt? 366 00:24:53,893 --> 00:24:57,602 I didn't recuse myself because the claim was baseless... 367 00:24:57,813 --> 00:25:00,247 ...my bias would be irrelevant. 368 00:25:00,453 --> 00:25:05,368 But as I considered the atrocities spewing from plaintiff's counsel... 369 00:25:05,573 --> 00:25:10,124 ...I must admit, the courts are all over the institution of marriage. 370 00:25:10,333 --> 00:25:14,087 Tort law does seem to be expanding into broken hearts. 371 00:25:14,293 --> 00:25:18,411 Inasmuch as the claim may be colorable, I recuse myself. 372 00:25:27,173 --> 00:25:30,688 Ain 't that a shame 373 00:25:30,893 --> 00:25:34,488 My tears fell like rain 374 00:25:34,733 --> 00:25:36,530 Ain 't that a shame 375 00:25:40,733 --> 00:25:43,566 I'll see you home. We could share a cab. 376 00:25:43,773 --> 00:25:46,492 I think about my closing in the cab. 377 00:25:46,693 --> 00:25:49,685 I don't need you there, reading my mind. 378 00:25:50,013 --> 00:25:52,891 Why did we stop talking? Remember school? 379 00:25:53,093 --> 00:25:56,688 We used to talk every single day for hours. 380 00:25:57,333 --> 00:25:59,085 Did you hate my husband? 381 00:26:00,253 --> 00:26:02,084 What? No! 382 00:26:02,973 --> 00:26:08,172 After I got married, I just assumed you didn't like him or something. 383 00:26:08,653 --> 00:26:10,883 You assumed that? 384 00:26:12,733 --> 00:26:16,123 Anyway, I expect to be talking all the time again. 385 00:26:16,333 --> 00:26:19,882 There's no reason we can't return to our old glory. 386 00:26:21,973 --> 00:26:23,247 No reason. 387 00:26:24,853 --> 00:26:27,083 See you in court, dough boy. 388 00:26:33,053 --> 00:26:34,964 - Well? - She doesn't want to. 389 00:26:35,173 --> 00:26:38,688 - Did you ask her? - I didn't have to. It isn't there. 390 00:26:42,693 --> 00:26:44,092 Gotta go. 391 00:26:58,053 --> 00:27:00,772 I just don't get it. She's sweet. 392 00:27:00,973 --> 00:27:04,249 Yet she's keeping this poor old man in prison. 393 00:27:04,453 --> 00:27:07,286 He robbed a bank and tried to escape. 394 00:27:07,493 --> 00:27:09,768 - I get it. - You kickbox on dates. 395 00:27:09,973 --> 00:27:12,487 Hayley seems... 396 00:27:12,693 --> 00:27:14,251 Oh, I don't know. 397 00:27:14,453 --> 00:27:17,684 You ever think about joining a dating service? 398 00:27:20,733 --> 00:27:22,724 - You serious? - We hate dating. 399 00:27:22,933 --> 00:27:26,972 The inflatable man's dead. We never meet men at the bar. 400 00:27:27,173 --> 00:27:30,563 Because we sit at tables. We gotta sit at the bar. 401 00:27:30,773 --> 00:27:33,685 Syd Sharpie joined. She gave me her tape. 402 00:27:35,653 --> 00:27:37,006 Her tape? 403 00:27:37,213 --> 00:27:41,570 You see the guys on video. Makes sense to save all that time. 404 00:27:41,773 --> 00:27:43,889 A man must protect his woman. 405 00:27:44,093 --> 00:27:47,642 I sniff my date's food to make sure it's not putrid. 406 00:27:47,853 --> 00:27:51,004 Eggs get washed. Expiration dates get changed. 407 00:27:51,213 --> 00:27:56,287 I always sniff the girl's eggs. To not do so would be rude. 408 00:27:56,973 --> 00:27:59,692 I gotta go peel my face. 409 00:28:05,453 --> 00:28:08,286 It seemed almost romantic, didn't it? 410 00:28:08,493 --> 00:28:13,248 That trampoline. The way he went up and up, and then over. 411 00:28:13,453 --> 00:28:16,490 The triumph of the human spirit. 412 00:28:16,973 --> 00:28:20,488 It's easy to look at it that way. And if you do... 413 00:28:20,693 --> 00:28:22,570 - Bad jury! Bad! - Objection. 414 00:28:22,773 --> 00:28:24,365 We'll sustain that. 415 00:28:24,573 --> 00:28:28,486 The truth is, I kind of look at it that way too. 416 00:28:28,773 --> 00:28:31,367 He's even a little adorable. 417 00:28:31,573 --> 00:28:34,485 And 72. It's hard to put him back in jail. 418 00:28:36,053 --> 00:28:37,805 But he broke a law. 419 00:28:38,773 --> 00:28:41,162 As cute as he may be... 420 00:28:41,373 --> 00:28:43,489 ...I have a job to do. 421 00:28:44,293 --> 00:28:45,885 And so do you. 422 00:28:56,693 --> 00:28:59,082 He had to go over that wall. 423 00:28:59,333 --> 00:29:03,963 Eighteen years, collecting those rubber bands. 424 00:29:05,573 --> 00:29:09,282 To survive in prison, you need hope. 425 00:29:09,493 --> 00:29:13,691 And for nearly two decades, he fixed all his hope... 426 00:29:13,893 --> 00:29:16,248 ...on just one single moment. 427 00:29:16,893 --> 00:29:22,092 And when that moment finally came, how could he not seize it? 428 00:29:23,853 --> 00:29:25,047 [NOSE WHISTLES] 429 00:29:28,453 --> 00:29:33,652 The thing about hope, many people wish that moment never presents itself. 430 00:29:33,973 --> 00:29:38,763 Because if it does, well, there's a chance the hope could be dashed. 431 00:29:38,973 --> 00:29:43,444 I knew a man who was secretly in love with a woman... 432 00:29:43,653 --> 00:29:45,848 ...who was his best friend. 433 00:29:46,053 --> 00:29:51,252 But he never dared tell her, for fear she wouldn't return his feelings. 434 00:29:52,053 --> 00:29:55,489 For fear she'd stop being his best friend. 435 00:29:55,813 --> 00:29:58,247 Also, he never asked her because... 436 00:29:58,773 --> 00:30:02,288 ...sometimes the beauty of not knowing... 437 00:30:03,453 --> 00:30:05,284 Hope lives. 438 00:30:06,453 --> 00:30:08,284 But courage... 439 00:30:09,573 --> 00:30:14,772 Courage is when the time comes to jump, and you jump. 440 00:30:15,213 --> 00:30:18,683 Courage is knowing you can't not jump. 441 00:30:20,733 --> 00:30:23,566 Somewhere out there is a man with a heart... 442 00:30:23,773 --> 00:30:27,243 ...maybe not broken, certainly not content... 443 00:30:27,453 --> 00:30:30,889 ...who wishes he'd met Vincent Robbins. 444 00:30:31,533 --> 00:30:33,489 Maybe things would be... 445 00:30:36,893 --> 00:30:40,090 He would salute Vincent Robbins. 446 00:30:40,893 --> 00:30:42,690 Yes, he would. 447 00:30:49,093 --> 00:30:51,402 [SILVERWARE HITTING PLATE] 448 00:30:53,653 --> 00:30:56,770 This way, you're never eating alone. 449 00:30:56,973 --> 00:31:01,888 If you don't look up, you'd never know he wasn't really there. 450 00:31:02,093 --> 00:31:03,208 [BELCHING] 451 00:31:03,733 --> 00:31:06,372 There's too much reverb. It's fixable. 452 00:31:06,573 --> 00:31:08,882 Okay, thank you. Off you go. 453 00:31:09,093 --> 00:31:14,042 We don't know who'll see the case, but the delay helps us negotiate. 454 00:31:14,253 --> 00:31:17,370 GEORGIA: We could survive a motion to dismiss. 455 00:31:17,573 --> 00:31:20,451 Actually, I've decided to drop the suit. 456 00:31:20,653 --> 00:31:23,087 What, why, how? We've just begun. 457 00:31:23,453 --> 00:31:26,650 - I sued for... - Redemption, revenge, retainer. 458 00:31:26,853 --> 00:31:31,005 Yes. Besides all that, I felt sorry for myself, and... 459 00:31:31,653 --> 00:31:33,928 - What? - My love for him was real. 460 00:31:34,133 --> 00:31:38,411 - My pain was real. - That's why we're here for you. 461 00:31:39,253 --> 00:31:43,485 Well, listening to you negotiate, the illogic of marriage... 462 00:31:43,693 --> 00:31:46,890 ...Iove is illusory, it's all money. 463 00:31:47,253 --> 00:31:50,131 Suddenly, I don't feel sorry for myself. 464 00:31:50,333 --> 00:31:52,289 I feel sorry for you. 465 00:31:53,573 --> 00:31:56,645 It's my job to caution you toward reason. 466 00:31:56,853 --> 00:32:00,368 You may side with reason. I don't know. 467 00:32:00,573 --> 00:32:05,089 What I do know? You certainly don't represent me. 468 00:32:14,573 --> 00:32:16,723 She looks so unhappy. 469 00:32:16,933 --> 00:32:20,687 - I think I'll send her a CD. Maybe... - Shut up! 470 00:32:20,893 --> 00:32:24,488 You think the cure to Ioneliness is a compact disk? 471 00:32:25,173 --> 00:32:27,084 What, that's your answer? 472 00:32:31,253 --> 00:32:32,891 Sorry. 473 00:32:33,453 --> 00:32:35,409 I don't have the answers. 474 00:32:35,613 --> 00:32:38,446 Maybe you could let me in on your secret. 475 00:32:54,733 --> 00:32:55,882 - Boo. - Oh! 476 00:32:56,773 --> 00:32:57,888 Unacceptable. 477 00:32:59,533 --> 00:33:03,890 - I was very moved by your closing. - Thank you. 478 00:33:04,133 --> 00:33:08,092 That man you knew. Were you talking about who I think...? 479 00:33:12,373 --> 00:33:13,931 Yes. 480 00:33:15,373 --> 00:33:19,252 All that time you were in love with me? 481 00:33:19,573 --> 00:33:21,291 Only at the very... 482 00:33:23,093 --> 00:33:24,287 Yes. 483 00:33:28,093 --> 00:33:29,890 You know I loved you too. 484 00:33:32,173 --> 00:33:33,492 But not in... 485 00:33:34,293 --> 00:33:37,365 ...maybe the way you mean. 486 00:33:38,533 --> 00:33:40,922 Of course. Oh, I know that. 487 00:33:42,173 --> 00:33:44,733 You were my best friend. Seeing you... 488 00:33:44,933 --> 00:33:49,449 ...even after years of not talking, it's like we were never apart... 489 00:33:49,653 --> 00:33:54,773 I'm not asking you for anything. I valued your friendship and that's... 490 00:33:54,973 --> 00:33:58,090 ...why I just didn't want to jeopardize... 491 00:34:00,893 --> 00:34:04,886 It was a closing argument. I'm trying to win an acquittal. 492 00:34:06,933 --> 00:34:09,083 Don't read too much into it. 493 00:34:12,293 --> 00:34:15,410 Jury has a verdict. They're coming in 20. 494 00:34:17,453 --> 00:34:19,284 I should tell my client. 495 00:34:19,853 --> 00:34:22,083 - Lf you'll excuse me. - Sure. 496 00:34:35,773 --> 00:34:40,130 - What does a fast decision mean? - When we win, it's great. 497 00:34:40,333 --> 00:34:42,563 - And if we lose? - It's terrible. 498 00:34:42,773 --> 00:34:46,732 I can't go back to prison again. If he says "guilty"... 499 00:34:46,933 --> 00:34:51,961 ...I'm gonna run. Are you with me? - You go ahead. I'll catch up. 500 00:34:52,173 --> 00:34:54,084 All rise. 501 00:34:56,533 --> 00:34:59,684 - You've reached a verdict? - We have. 502 00:34:59,893 --> 00:35:01,565 What say you? 503 00:35:01,773 --> 00:35:05,766 On the charge of attempted escape from a penitentiary... 504 00:35:05,973 --> 00:35:08,851 ...we find the defendant, Vincent Robbins... 505 00:35:09,693 --> 00:35:11,285 ...not guilty. 506 00:35:11,773 --> 00:35:15,129 - Oh, congratulations. - There's a rabbit from a hat. 507 00:35:15,333 --> 00:35:17,403 JUDGE: Dismissed. VINCENT: I gotta find a job. 508 00:35:17,613 --> 00:35:21,891 Well, there are plenty of banks to hit. Just kidding. 509 00:35:24,133 --> 00:35:27,091 - You beat me, Biscuit. - Well... 510 00:35:28,253 --> 00:35:31,051 - Congrats. - Thank you. 511 00:35:31,853 --> 00:35:36,563 - Hey, lunch tomorrow? - Let me check. I'll let you know. 512 00:35:37,693 --> 00:35:39,888 Great. Great. 513 00:35:46,973 --> 00:35:48,850 Congratulations. 514 00:36:03,493 --> 00:36:04,767 - Well? - We won. 515 00:36:04,973 --> 00:36:07,282 - You did? - I should say John won. 516 00:36:07,493 --> 00:36:10,963 - He was the most brilliant. - Straight "not guilty"? 517 00:36:11,173 --> 00:36:13,368 He was fabulous! 518 00:36:13,573 --> 00:36:17,043 - Oh, damn it! - What's that about? 519 00:36:17,253 --> 00:36:21,690 - I'm here to sign dismissal papers. - Elaine will help you. 520 00:36:32,453 --> 00:36:33,488 Hey. 521 00:36:34,173 --> 00:36:36,892 - I don't want to talk. - I understand, but... 522 00:36:37,093 --> 00:36:40,483 Sometimes I feel better not talking! 523 00:36:40,693 --> 00:36:44,242 Talking doesn't always make you feel better! 524 00:36:44,453 --> 00:36:48,924 I want to be by myself! Would that be all right with you?! 525 00:36:50,573 --> 00:36:51,892 Yes. 526 00:36:58,373 --> 00:36:59,886 Thank you for... 527 00:37:04,293 --> 00:37:05,692 Thanks. 528 00:37:17,613 --> 00:37:19,683 You're not the judge anymore... 529 00:37:20,093 --> 00:37:23,688 ...but there's a few things I'd like to put on record. 530 00:37:24,533 --> 00:37:29,243 First, I realize when people who love each other part... 531 00:37:29,453 --> 00:37:32,445 ...no court of law can fix it. 532 00:37:32,933 --> 00:37:38,132 Second, I know it's a slippery slope when you start asking judges... 533 00:37:39,853 --> 00:37:42,492 ...to legislate couples. And third... 534 00:37:49,893 --> 00:37:51,087 ...I miss you. 535 00:37:59,253 --> 00:38:01,323 If you don't mind, I'd like... 536 00:38:01,533 --> 00:38:04,684 ...to take all of that under advisement. 537 00:38:19,093 --> 00:38:23,325 ["ALONE AGAIN, NATURALLY" PLAYS] 538 00:41:05,493 --> 00:41:06,482 OLD LADY: You stinker! 539 00:41:07,853 --> 00:41:08,842 Subtitles by SDI Media Group 540 00:41:09,013 --> 00:41:10,002 [ENGLISH SDH] 541 00:41:11,305 --> 00:41:17,307 Support us and become VIP member to remove all ads from www.OpenSubtitles.org43872

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