Great fun -- Jane correctly discerns innocence from observing eclectic details of the accused murderess, a rich and successful woman who wants to keep her vineyard small rather than going corporate, as her partner desires. Although she is beautiful and wealthy, Eve reveals a startling lack of concern about her appearance in an impromptu news conference on the courthouse steps: runs in her nylons, messy hair, a missing button from her wrinkled and tattered raincoat these are not the marks of a guilty woman who is putting on a show. Neither is her body language, which reveals honest love for, and grief for, her parents when Jane questions her briefly about them. Using that verification of her "body English" to evaluate the rest of her answers to reporters, he immediately assesses her innocence. With the help of the team, Jane not only proves Eve's innocence just before the verdict is read but also assists in capturing both the actual murderer and a dangerous Irish criminal on the lam in California.
The real fun, however, occurs when Cho reveals to Summer, most reluctantly, that "I do like you" unfortunately, not readily enough to avoid a quick slap, since he had had the temerity to fire Summer from her job as confidential informant for taking reckless chances, but in time to avoid its follow-up -- and in time to be rocked on his feet by Summer's passionate kiss of apology and emotion. As the elevator door closes upon Cho's enthusiastic initiation of the next kiss, we know that he will have sufficient motivation to toss the pain pills about which his partner was worried. And we're looking forward to next week!