Becker becomes smitten by Monica Ryan, an attractive judge hearing one of his divorce cases and shortly thereafter she hires him to handle her own divorce from her husband. Meanwhile, Rollins and Markowitz use questionable means in a desperate attempt to win a lawsuit against Robert Bolland, a shady business manager accused of defrauding an old woman. A revenge-seeking Erroll launches an all-out war with Brackman when he causes a scene at a formal dinner party by announcing that he has decided to represent Sheila suing for divorce from Brackman. Elizabeth Brand, Kuzak's secretary, introduces a lonely Roxanne to Dave Meyer, a incredibly boring direct-mail mogul. Written by
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You listen, Mr. Boland, we will get a judgment against you regardless of the time it takes, and we will turn the heat on you until that ice cold exterior of yours melts into liquid and when it does, we will pounce all over you!
Ooooo, nice theory, hot shot. The only problem with it is that your client, Mrs. Crutcher, is 74-years-old. One thing I've learned about old people is that they don't wait very long for a settlement to come their way. They have a nasty habit of dying.