L.A. Law: Season 3, Episode 5

The Princess and the Pee (8 Dec. 1988)

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Kuzak learns that Richard Mathers, the opposing counsel in his latest personal injury case which involved a new car, never passed the bar exam. However, Kuzak decides to use this ... See full summary »

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Kuzak learns that Richard Mathers, the opposing counsel in his latest personal injury case which involved a new car, never passed the bar exam. However, Kuzak decides to use this information to his own advantage. Meanwhile, Kelsey and Markowitz grow increasingly wearily of trying to conceive and they begin talk of adoption. While Brackman is going over the final divorce settlement from Sheila, he hires Dorothy Wyler, a 52-year-old lawyer as an associate and who too is a divorcée. Abby, still frightened after her shooting of Holland, allows Police Lieutenant Bill Ringstrom to comfort her and accompany her to a interview a hostile witness. Written by Anonymous

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The title is taken from the Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale of the "Princess and the Pea" about the true princess who could feel the pea through dozens of mattresses. See more »

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Judge Herbert Foster Reeves: [Kuzak's defendant Gil Tecowsky felt relief] This time, I'd like to thank the jury for it's time and patients.
Richard Mathers: Your Honor. I moved that the court set aside the verdict and declare a mistrial.
Judge Herbert Foster Reeves: On what grounds?
Richard Mathers: The plaintiffs were not represented by an attorney at law.
Judge Herbert Foster Reeves: They were represented by you.
Richard Mathers: I'm not an attorney, Your Honor. Even though these people didn't know anything about it. Counsel for the defense did. Thereby facing me to severe disadvantage in terms of negotiating posture.
Judge Herbert Foster Reeves: Gentlemen,...
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