The prosecution suggests that a tux worn for a terrible musical number that brought new meaning to the phrase "Les Miserables" is no tux with which it ever wants to be associated. The defense snarks that it's a good thing the prosecution wasn't invited, and notes that at least Anne wasn't wearing it backward.
The prosecution appreciates the attempt at hot menswear, but objects that while ostensibly this was an attempt at doing something stylistically funky, it was actually just a weak excuse to have James Franco come out in drag. The defense points out that it's not HER fault James Franco's only joke all night was wearing a hot-pink satin dress with gloves and a platinum wig. The prosecution bellows that it's incumbent upon James, in that getup, to perform "Material Girl." The defense acknowledges that failure, then swings back on-topic by wondering if it's possible to hate any outfit that includes custom-made Brian Atwood glitter pumps.