Kuzak has difficulty getting over Sid Hershberg's suicide and seems to assume the dead lawyer's identity by taking over Hershberg's cases. Then Kuzak faces a dilemma when his latest client, lacking confidence in the overworked lawyer, arranges an alibi for himself in a vehicular manslaughter case. When Kuzak has an attack of conscious and withdraws from the case, he is thrown in jail for contempt. Meanwhile, Kelsey works to land Cromwell Industries, a key aircraft manufacturer's account. Roxanne comforts Andrew Putnam, a lonely teenage computer hacker and Victor's client, who's hired to fix the firm's telephones. Written by
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The title refers to a classic April Fool's like joke by calling up a tobacco store and asking if you have "Prince Albert in a can" (A type of tobacco). After the clerk replies in the affirmative, they are told to let the gentleman out. See more
Andrew about your legal fees... I may have a way for you to work them off. Are you really that good with telephones?
Am I good? Come here, watch this.
[Andrew and Victor walk over to a payphone in the courthouse hallway where Andrew picks it up and dials a three-number area code, then attaches a device to the speaker and begins pushing several buttons on the device in sequence
What are you doing?
This is to get by all the security checks.
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