The prosecution apologizes for the poor quality of the cell-phone photo of Anne's custom-made Vivienne Westwood, and notes that it looks a bit like a fancy napkin arrangement on a particularly robust tablecloth. The defense applauds Anne for having preserved her sanity to this point, and successfully keeping her head up despite the fact that at least half of the jokes written for her and Franco totally bombed. The prosecution points out that its entire team of lawyers kept expecting a row of sparklers to pop out of Anne's updo and shoot fire. The defense takes a moment, and then decides it wants to offer up that same argument... but as a compliment.

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