McKenzie announces his decision to leave Brackman as the senior partner as he sorts out his feelings, prompting Kuzak to protest. When Kuzak mounts a revolt to turn the senior partnership over to him, Brackman fires him. Meanwhile, Grace and Victor mull over her unexpected pregnancy. Rollins represents three executives suing a Japanese-owned firm that replaced all of its American employees with Japanese. Also, Becker is tormented by his inability to sustain a relationship and suffers a nervous breakdown in front of one of his clients. Written by
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Lawyer Russell Spitzer
[Rollins has just delivered a very racist closing argument
Oh, yes. The little red ants are marching over here to colonize us. Isn't it just awful. Pearl Harbor? That kind of Japan-bashing is disgraceful. The fact is, Japan-bashing is a convenient way for us to avoid responsibility. Is it their fault their kids spend sixty days more a year in school than ours do? That their blue-collar workers can do algebra, while some of ours can't even read? We like to blame the Japanese for our problems, ...
References Mutiny on the Bounty