Sid Hershberg tries to make a comeback, but he can't take the pressure and kills himself in front of Kuzak while he is trying to get the attempted murder charges against Nina Emmons dropped. Becker gets caught making out with a client's former wife. Meanwhile, Kelsey faces a mountain of garbage (literally) as she tries to wind a contract dispute over an inventor's tea-bag technology. Brackman quarrels with everyone over the annual holiday festivities and McKenzie gives his secretary, Iris, a law book for her future career of studying law. Abby's ex-husband lets their son, Eric, stay with her for the Christmas holidays, and Victor returns to the firm. Written by
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The title comes from the character Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer which started as a Christmas story by Robert L. May in 1939, then a cartoon produced by Max Fleischer in 1944, then the song by Johnny Marks in 1948 followed by the holiday special in 1964 and a few sequels. See more
[At home Abby heard the doorbell rings. She opened the door and see is her son Eric Perkins accompanying outside due to the rainstorm is his father Jim Perkins, now sobered
Merry Christmas. I know how you get this time of year, so I'll pick up on Monday, okay?
For what it's worth, I'm not drinking.
[Abby see that Jim is sobered
That by itself makes a whole lot of things much clearer.