Three ambitious, but naive, young women work together at a prestigious San Francisco law firm and deal with everyday problems including sexist supervisors, stern bosses, back-stabbing co-workers and cheating boyfriends.
Our household will no longer be looking at this TV show.
We missed a few shows but had really gotten hooked on it after a couple of episodes. However this last episode (9/21/05) we really did not like the winning team being placed on the chopping block. In the apprentice the winning team is exempt, in survivor the winning team is exempt, and I could go on. In The Law Firm what is the point of being on the winning team.
Chris made the decision not to take the risk of putting the weak client on the witness stand. His team won, a risk that paid off. Would Mr. Black have kept Chris on the team had he let the witness take the stand and subsequently lose the case. So if you lose you have just as good a chance of staying on as the winner. Now why are they working so hard to win? I am teaching my kids to be winners but your show is teaching them that losing is as good as winning "not".
Does Aileen stay because she is the last female left? Americans like to win we don't like to win and lose at the same time. You win to win nobody wins to lose. For us this show has lost all credibility and we will no longer be loyal viewers.
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