Grace is prosecuting a man accused of sexually molesting his five-year-old daughter and has to put the young victim on the witness stand. Meanwhile, Markowitz begins his first litigation case for the defense of a dating service company when a woman sues them for failing to provide her with her "Mr. Right." Brackman's mail-order melons bring a rat to the office and a comedy of errors ensues as everyone spends the rest of the day trying to capture it. With the firm in serious financial trouble, the partners are divided at bringing in a "rainmaker"; a new partner to provide additional clients and boost revenues. A certain Rosalind Shays is hired. Written by
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Rosalind, first off, let me welcome you. I'm only stating the obvious when I say that we all have the highest regard for your reputation isn't an attorney.
Let me say the equally obvious which is that the admiration is mutual.
That said. I'm sure there's a plethora of questions that need to be asked.
Ready on the left. Ready the right. Ready on the firing line.
I guess I'll start. You've been successful where you are, why do you want to make a move at all?
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