The Rosalind Shays lawsuit continues with Grace and Victor springing a surprise witness against Rosalind when her own daughter Susan Raab testifies against her, embarrassing Rosalind. But ... See full summary »

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The Rosalind Shays lawsuit continues with Grace and Victor springing a surprise witness against Rosalind when her own daughter Susan Raab testifies against her, embarrassing Rosalind. But the case continues to go badly when Kelsey, Becker and even McKenzie himself are racked over on the witness stand with damaging incidents from their pasts, which makes matters worse when the troublesome and senile Murray begins inciting reporters about the case. Meanwhile, Kuzak faces off against a biased judge on the Chisolm case who's trying to appease Holloway and the angry black masses protesting for a conviction, while Kuzak tries to get a very reluctant Rollins to help him sit co-counsel for the case. Markowitz and Kelsey agree to a sexual hiatus, and Douglas decides to end his relationship with his sex surrogate, Marilyn Hopkins, after finding out of her other weird clients. Written by Anonymous

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25 October 1990 (USA)  »

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The title is the signature song sung by movie and television cowboy Roy Rogers. See more »

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Michael Kuzak: Well, I moved we skip the trial and proceed immediately to sentencing.
Judge Walter Stone: Don't get smart with me.
Michael Kuzak: That juror was not only predisposed to see a race thing here, he took a potshot at me.
Judge Walter Stone: Maybe you provoked him.
[Michael sighed, looked at Jonathan. Jonathan shrugged]
Michael Kuzak: Your Honor, I move that you recuse yourself from this case.
D.A. Marcia Fusco: Opposed.
Judge Walter Stone: On what grounds?
Michael Kuzak: On the grounds that you like Rogoff are too politically scared to do the job here.
Judge Walter Stone: If I was scared, I would find a way to get off this case. I would ...
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