But let's look at this one real quick - starting with who said what when.
I'm a slow transcriber, so the next tweet or two will take a couple minutes. Although most of the scene is just attempts to look thoughtful.
Huh. Let's go up and see what Exhibit D is. Hold on. It's going to be in Casey's - oops - Casey's affidavit here. Casey Erick, Exhibit D."
[turns head instead of rotating document]
So here's Exhibit D since Casey Erick joined Cals and Thompson. More redactions.
Anybody notice anything about this page that's weird? There's a really weird thing on this page."
me - The thing I notice most is Nick's acting.
Date: 6-18-2019. Client number 11637. Client name Funimation."
[attempts to look thoughtful; succeeds only in looking like constipated chipmunk attempting to have an idea.]
[leans back in chair, attempts second furrowed-brow-of-faux-concern-look, this one more reminiscent of a baffled muskrat.]
Nick: "Hmm. Hmm. Hmm."
[taps fingers on mouth in attempt to look even more concerned.]
Nick: "Let's see."
"What's really interesting here... 6-26-2019...attend deposition of plaintiffs and clients and preparation for same."
[more attempts to look thoughtful while rocking back in chair and attempting to give the impression of thought]
"Client name 'Funimation'... prior to depositions. They see Erick at the depositions...
Did Ron lie under oath?"
[more brow-furrowing bovine feces]
"I mean this isn't a theory, right? Casey's in charge of his own billing. Why on earth would he write, "Client name Funimation"?"
[head scratching that ain't gonna win an Oscar.]
"Well I mean I meant it with someone else though. I meant it wasn't them. I mean I meant it was..."
[I don't know what he's saying either.]
"Why does your billing software say your client is Funimation?"
"Exhibit E. Cost Report. Funimation. Mignagna vs Funimation. Oh, you guys can't see that so well. It's way over to the left here. Kinda like Monica."
I subjected you to that much of my bad transcription because there's something I wanted you to see there, and it's easier with text than a clip.
He's not quite making direct accusations. He's "asking questions." He's making insinuations. He's possibly forgetting that false light is a thing.
But much of an idiot as Nick is, he's only so stupid, you know what I mean? He knows full well that the NMC is mostly comprised of people who trust - god knows why - his legal knowledge.
Seriously, which do you think it is?
(Seriously, Nick, invest some of those superchat allowance dollars on some acting lessons.)