Jenny insists that Ally should go out with Glenn, and Ally insists she doesn’t have a crush on him. The three are assigned to chair the telemarketing case. They have a very hard time with the main plaintiff, Claire Otoms, a purple-haired, flashy-looking lady who lives in a ‘colonial house’. Raymond, knowing that if the judge listens to her he’ll rule in his favor, takes the deposition to the court. Claire keeps drifting from the questions, for Ally’s desperation. But what appeared to have gone so bad turned out good. Coretta convinces John that he must look good to cause a good impression, and John ends up dressing a fake muscle suit to try to get rid of his weird-women magnetism. Ling and Nelle ‘compliment’ twin babies on the street. The mother of the babies – the Massachusetts governor – is so flattered by the compliments that she offers Ling a judge position. Overwhelmed, Ling makes a purple robe and starts to give more-than-quick sentences.