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Epic’s closing argument is becoming a blur — whiplash between the screen and lead attorney Bornstein’s words.

At the beginning, he had the jury’s full attention — they were looking directly at him. Now, they’re looking down at their monitors, up, around, and one keeps closing his eyes, as Epic tries to cram in lots of evidence we’ve seen before at the same time.

It seems he knows this: “I want to go dark for a second,” he says, turning off the screens.