A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: So when's the big move?
Roxanne Melman: I think we ought to wait for awhile.
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: This morning? You were all for it?
Roxanne Melman: Your office called. Next week, your father's coming to visit.
Daniel Morales: That is Alison.
[Gwen is looking at the picture of Alison Morales, the real late wife of Daniel]
Daniel Morales: Those are not too long after we were married.
Gwen Taylor: I can't tell if this is the one who went into the house.
Daniel Morales: Gwen, please, believe me. It's not the woman.
[Gwen looked, that it isn't the woman in the photo. Her face is different. Different person. And her hair is different. Gwen understands that]
Gwen Taylor: Daniel, there is, um, something. Last week, I had a blood test for Huntington's career. It's hereditary, hidden in midlife, causing lack of coordination, then mental deterioration and finally death. But there's a 50/50 chance, I don't have it. But I thought, I should tell you.
Daniel Morales: What?
[Gwen gives a kiss to Daniel]
Gwen Taylor: Let's talk about it later.
Daniel Morales: Okay.
Gwen Taylor: Your wife.
[Gwen look in the photo. That's Daniel's wife Alison. She is beautiful in the picture]
Gwen Taylor: She was pretty.
Ann Kelsey: Stuart, you gotta be aggressive of...
Stuart Markowitz: Let me get my coat.
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: Ann, I'm worried. Getting Stuart to talk about the attack was like pulling teeth, you saw that. Cigarette?
Ann Kelsey: No, thanks.
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: I tried to quit smoking.
Ann Kelsey: Stuart will be ready. Besides, we got another eyewitness.
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: Maureen Wilson?
Ann Kelsey: Yeah.
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: Frankly, I'm not sure how she'll hold up during cross.
Ann Kelsey: What about Adam Baybour? You spend 3 hours pepping his testimony.
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: Still all testifying.
Ann Kelsey: Hasn't the DA's office ever heard of a subpoena?
[Tommy checked that Stuart is coming]
Ann Kelsey: Sorry.
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: Lots of people were there watching your husband get played like a bungler drum. Check as always been finding someone to stand up to the gangs, and I.D. the suspects. I know how your feel. I went to bounds over for trial, too.
Stuart Markowitz: [Coming out] Okay.
[Looking at Stuart]
Stuart Markowitz: What?
Ann Kelsey: Nothing.
Stuart Markowitz: You want to remind me again how I'm suppose to perform in court?
Ann Kelsey: Stuart, that's not what I'm...
Stuart Markowitz: Like to train seal, Ann Kelsey's animal act.
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: Folks, we gonna be late.
[Coming out of nowhere, Law Messenger Benny Stulwicz loading the mail in the cart. And he heads to the exit in the stairwell]
Benny Stulwicz: Hello? Hello?
Linda Salerno: Hiya, Benny. How are you?
Benny Stulwicz: Okay. I guess.
Linda Salerno: I have something that might make you feel better.
[the woman throws a fairy dust for Benny. Benny doesn't like it]
Linda Salerno: Benny, what's wrong? Yesterday, you were so happy.
Benny Stulwicz: Me like this is sneaky.
Linda Salerno: [Regrettably] Oh, Benny. You know... if I gonna be a good fairy godmother to Gwen, I have to make sure she doesn't get anymore mail that might upset her.
Benny Stulwicz: Yeah.
[Benny handover the mail to the woman]
Benny Stulwicz: Does... everybody have a fairy godmother?
Linda Salerno: Of course.
Benny Stulwicz: Maybe I should tell Gwen.
Linda Salerno: No. No, you must never tell Gwen. Then the magic spell is broken. And I will die.
Benny Stulwicz: But she probably liked to meet you and thank you for protecting her.
Linda Salerno: Someday. Soon.
[Return and handover the mails back to Benny. The woman laughing smiling]
Linda Salerno: Run along.
[Benny will head back to the office]
Linda Salerno: Benny?
[Benny turned, the woman threw one more time and again is the fairy dust]
Linda Salerno: Bye.