Kuzak represents Lynn Stetler, a lawyer suing the law firm she was fired from because of her obesity. Meanwhile, Grace refuses to take the case of John Vincent, her first client offered in her new partnership arrangement because of his alleged mafia connections. Markowitz inherits $30 million after an elderly, senile client dies and he faces a dissenting chorus which include Kelsey, a televangelist, and the client's disgruntled children all after the money. Also, Rollins makes a self-serving TV appearance on a talk show that rankles his co-workers, which leads to them scaring Rollins in a practical joke. Then Rollins finally wises up and decides to even the score. Written by
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The title refers to the French fairy tale "Beauty and the Beast" first published by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve in 1740. See more
With us this morning are Brad Sanford, Rosalie Baskin, and Jonathan Rollins, recently cited in Southland Magazine as the hottest young lawyers in Los Angeles. Good morning and welcome.
You're looking good, Jonathan.
He looks great.