(Courtroom Waiting Room *
Carlos is sitting in a chair wearing an orange jump suit with handcuffs on. Gabrielle enters carrying a suit. )
Carlos: "What are you doing here?"
Gabrielle: "I'm here to testify for you, Carlos. Can you take those off?"
Policeman (unlocks Carlos' handcuffs): "Yes, ma'am."
Gabrielle: "There's no way I'm dressing him."
Carlos: "Gabby, thank god you're doing this. Beating up a second gay guy? It looks bad."
Gabrielle: "Yes, well, Carlos, in some circles, beating people up at all is frowned upon."
Carlos: "So why'd you change your mind?"
Gabrielle: "Well, I'm about to be the mother of your child, which means a lot of responsibility and little time for myself. So if I'm gonna get you out of this mess, you have to reciprocate."
Gabrielle: "When the baby cries in the middle of the night, you're gonna get up without saying one word. Doctors' appointments: you're driving. I'm not putting a car seat in my Maserati. And you will also be on bottle duty. That means washing, sterilizing, and filling. That way I'll have some semblance of a life, and then maybe I won't hate you so much."
(Gabrielle tightens Carlos’ tie. He winces. She fixes his collar. )
Gabrielle: "All right, there we go. So we're good? See you in court."
(Gabrielle begins walking out. )
Carlos: "Hey, Gabby? Aren't we breast feeding?"
Gabrielle: "Oh, honey, if you can swing that one, more power to you."