Benny has a date with another retarded young woman from his support group that doesn't go well at all. After witnessing the murder of John Vincent, Grace angrily quits her new partnership ... See full summary »

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Benny has a date with another retarded young woman from his support group that doesn't go well at all. After witnessing the murder of John Vincent, Grace angrily quits her new partnership after learning of all the mob connections her place has and starts to develop her "domestic side." Meanwhile, Kelsey and Markowitz go to court to testify against the so-called "yuppie bandit" who stole Markowitz's Rolex watch that Kelsey bought with money from Roxanne's insider stock tips. Becker goes beyond the bounds of propriety while representing Jack Seiling, an actor attempting to prevent his TV show producer, Jamie Needham, from airing an embarrassing program of him in drag while Becker is revealed to be romantically involved with Jamie who has staged this suit just for publicity reasons for her studio which angers Becker's colleges at the firm. Written by Anonymous

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