The prosecution rises and says only two words: expensive gangrene. Then its leader tosses a tube of salve over to the defense, which rises and notes, "You can't spell 'Neosporin' without 'in.'" The prosecution interjects that you also can't spell Neosporin without "no," and wonders why her hair -- which has always seemed to be at least MOSTLY real -- suddenly looks like it was made in a factory and then shoved in a package with Ken Paves' name on it. The defense wastes too much time trying to find helpful words inside the names of other antibiotics, so the judge demands that things keep moving.