Going back to the case of the lions: did anyone else think that JJ was ready to throw out the case (with all the questions about lawyers, and "closing costs" - she got caught up in things that had nothing to do with what was in front of her), only to be confronted with irrefutable proof of a side deal (which she at first dismissed, not recognizing the defendant's reply at the top of the email?!?!?!)? It makes me wonder what else JJ dismisses/rushes through in pursuit of sushi day. But at least she grudgingly acknowledged she was wrong. With a less prepared plaintiff, the defendants could have been able to declaim the side bargain, and make off with the lions. How many other cases are like this one?