Think of it like a circus, with Judge Steven T. O'Neill as the ringmaster.
Constand explained away many of the inconsistencies the defense tried to exploit.
Gianna Constand took the stand Wednesday afternoon after her daughter had spent the day as a witness.
On the second day of the comedian's trial in Norristown, the alleged victim took the stand.
Judge Steven T. O'Neill gave no timeline for when he'll issue a ruling.
"The allegations here cannot be defended."
The judge hasn't made a decision on pre-trial motions, but the comedian's attorneys have begun pointing fingers at Gloria Allred.
The defense is attempting to throw out a deposition Cosby gave in which he admitted to giving women drugs and then having sex with them.
Cosby is in court for a preliminary hearing on sexual assault charges.