Kelsey defends Dr. Peter Warren, a psychiatrist against a civil suit based on his failure to warn one of his patients about the dangerous obsession displayed by another patient. Meanwhile, Victor vies with Hamilton Schuyler (a.k.a.: Mighty Mouse), a crafty dwarf attorney, in a dramatic civil case concerning the disfigurement of a little boy in a fire whose mother is suing the pajama company Victor is representing. Abby finds herself intrigued by the new associate, Anthony Gianelli, who's worried about failing the bar exam and having to return to "the family business." Brackman takes a seat on the bench of a small claims court where he meets a passionate bailiff, Rhonda Vasek. McKenzie interviews Rollins about a possibly in joining the firm. Also, Becker volunteers himself for a bachelor auction, and get more than he bargained for with Nina Hollender, the woman who "bought" him, is determined to get her money's worth. Written by
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The title refers to the 1900 children's book "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" by L. Frank Baum
and illustrated by W. W. Denslow. See more
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