Here's another courtroom transcript. You gotta love a lawyer who's quick on his feet--all in the name of a good laugh:
By Defendant's Attorney: Tell me what you were like from age 17 to the present. What have your feelings been about having kids?
By Plaintiff: I wanted to pursue an education and then meet the perfect person and be married a couple years, save some money, buy a house, and start a family.
Defendant's Attorney: When did that change?
Plaintiff: Well --
By Plaintiff's Attorney: -- or did that change?
By Plaintiff: -- It didn't.
By Defendant's Attorney: I think we all realize that as we get older, we're not going to marry the perfect person.
By Plaintiff's Attorney: My wife did.