Grace has mixed feelings when she prosecutes a wealthy businessman for killing a homeless man for scourging around the garbage outside his house, as well as dealing with a crazed activist ... See full summary »

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Grace has mixed feelings when she prosecutes a wealthy businessman for killing a homeless man for scourging around the garbage outside his house, as well as dealing with a crazed activist supporting the homeless. Meanwhile, Kuzak represents Abby when she agrees to testify before a grand jury seeking to indite her for money laundering. Brackman enlists Benny as a silent partner when he goes to interview Leo Hackett, a potentially new client. Hackett then introduces Benny to his retarded and withdrawn daughter, Alice, whom Benny develops a crush on. Rollins volunteers to help Diana with her divorce, and Roxanne has second thoughts about Becker's approach of handling her own divorce from Dave Meyer. Also, Kelsey can't overcome the pain of losing her newly-adopted baby daughter in the custody suit. Written by Anonymous

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4 May 1989 (USA)  »

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The title is from the poem/song written by Katharine Lee Bates that was originally an ode to the view from Pikes Peak in 1895. See more »

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Executive at Hackett Development Corporation: Okay, Mr. Brackman, better get your people in.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: We're in.
Executive at Hackett Development Corporation: Just the two of you?
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: How many people did the other firms bring?
Executive at Hackett Development Corporation: Bundies, back set for partners, you'll be fine.
[Douglas here with Law Messenger Benny]
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Benny?
Benny Stulwicz: Yeah.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: I want you to sit next to me in the meeting, okay? Like a lawyer.
Benny Stulwicz: Uh - uh - I don't know.
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