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 ... See full summary »

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D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
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Roxanne Melman
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Charlotte Haley
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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 Anonymous

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30 November 1989 (USA)  »

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Jonathan Rollins: They have mineral in El Segundo?
Abby Perkins: It's invisible water. It's been filtered and flavored of Juniper extract and bottles.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: And we expect this to go to trial, too?
Abby Perkins: Actually, no. Our guy is trying to come up with another names and we can make this whole thing disappear quietly.
Michael Kuzak: As well he might.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Partners meeting. Tonight 8pm.
Victor Sifuentes: Hmm. Little party after doctors split up the pie, eh? To the partners go the spoils.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: What can I say? We all have a part to play.
Benny Stulwicz: Yeah.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Good, Benny. Good.
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