Lola: What are the court costs, anyway? Sherri: Your honor. Lola: Court costs on this case. Sherri: They change all the time. The clerk's office. Lola: I'll wander over there, stretch my legs a little. Sherri: Your honor, there's a bench trial in-- Lola: Thirty minutes. Sherri: I can call down to the clerk's office and have them send over. Lola: Feeling a little hemmed in. I want to get my steps in and take in the wedding day sights. Sara: A judge out there on your wedding day is like a butterfly on your hand. Sherri: Judges are strongly discouraged from using public areas of the courthouse. Lola: Not a law. Not even a rule. Sherri: Accepted wisdom. Lola: Deputy Watkins, does it seem right to you that judges are imprisoned in their chambers, cut off from the general public, and the carrot cake muffins in the cafeteria? Luke: I can run and get that muffin for you, if you would like. Lola: You're more afraid of her than me? Fine, maybe I'll go later.