Courtroom scene. The prosecutor questions Barbara to build a case against Mr. Gettes. Then Kevin cross examines and shuts the whole thing down.
Kevin meets Milton for the first time. Milton asks about Kevin's history and family. Then Milton offers him a job.
Kevin's mom, Mrs. Lomax, tells Kevin who is father really is (its Milton!! (He's the DEVIL!!!))
Donnie meets Lefty for the first time. Lefty asks him about a diamond, Donnie says it's fake and Lefty gets pissed.
Donnie argues with his wife Maggie about how she should live her life and his late mustache.
The last time Donnie and Lefty talk. Lefty brings up the federal boat, and Donnie deflects.
Ted tells his child Billy that he will live with his mother now. Ted tries to remain upbeat and positive while Billy cries.
Taylor comes to the library to get another chance with Lynn. He blew it last time, and she reminds him of it.
Paul monologues to Cristina about how he needed a heart, and got it from her husband dying.
Archie monologues about how English people are stifled.
Tony D'Amato gives his speech, inch by inch, Fight live die by that inch...
Jim monologues to the new recruits the rules of the company. They are there to work hard and get stinking rich.
Matt (Spencer Tracy) monologues on his conclusion about his daughter wanting to marry a black man in the 1960's
John tells his father that he sees himself as a man, as compared to his father who sees himself as a colored man.
Elwood tells the story of when he met Harvey (the 6 foot tall rabbit)
JD comes into Veronica's room after she's hung herself. He monologues on all the plans he had.
Joe quits his job and makes a speech about what a waste of time it's been.
Father Maple tells the story of Jonah and his fish. Jonah runs from god across the oceans only to get shipwrecked from a storm. Father Maple links this story to his idea of faith and religion.
Lisa monologues to Daisy about her getting out of the facility, but never really got free, and is in fact the most messed up out of them all.
Claudia is asked whether or not she loves her mother in court, and monologues on what she thinks about love, and how it's too much and not enough at the same time.
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