Half a score and nine years ago, a father and a mother brought forth upon this continent a new child, conceived in Pennsylvania, and dedicated to the proposition that “Anne Hathaway’s role in the movie Interstellar was written with so much sexism.”
Now Bianca is engaged in a fulfilling but existential-crisis-ridden life, testing whether she, or any child so conceived, and so dedicated, can long endure. She has arrived on a great highlight of that life: mock trial. She has come to dedicate a portion of her life as a final resting-place for all of her other non-mock-trial and law-related aspirations. It is altogether fitting and proper that she should do this.