Becker tries to hush up his client, Frank Askoff's connections to Carmilla Greer, a well-known Hollywood madam. Meanwhile, Rollins represents the father of an incorrigible teenager who is suing to be released from a rehab center to which her father had her committed. Eli goes to a broker to buy a luxury car for himself, but ends up getting arrested after learning that it's been stolen. Also, Mullaney learns from Belinda that she suspects Becker of obstruction of justice and threatens him not tell Becker that he's being followed around by private investigators hoping to find something to nail him on. Written by
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Why don't we just give him another minute?
Douglas Brackman, Jr.
I think not. Let's get started. Ruland vs. Wayside...
Uh. uh, uh, uh, Douglas. There he is.
[Eli has arrived by bus
The buses were running late.
You actually take a bus?