Poor Paula Jones, out $700,000 and, worse, robbed of her chance to be an American icon, demoted to footnote status without even the usual post-scandal modeling career to look forward to. Her evangelical lawyer, John Whitehead, took his last moment in the limelight to warn American women about the dirty old goats roaming the workplace, but he couldn’t muster his usual rhetorical passion – perhaps because he was distracted by thoughts of his imminent return to obscurity. Bob Bennett, on the other hand, was surely enjoying his rehabilitation: Reviled only yesterday as the world’s worst lawyer, he was now, at least for one moment, the hero who saved the Clinton presidency. Where was Paula? Home, in tears all day. Let’s just hope she wasn’t turning to any of her freelance confidantes. With friends like hers, who needs hairdressers?