The Practice: Season 7, Episode 3

Of Thee I Sing (13 Oct. 2002)

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With Lindsay's conviction now overturned, Bobby realizes they can never win with a new trial, and tries to make a deal with Walsh to no avail. Helen tries to convince Walsh to take the deal... See full summary »

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With Lindsay's conviction now overturned, Bobby realizes they can never win with a new trial, and tries to make a deal with Walsh to no avail. Helen tries to convince Walsh to take the deal, and accidentally comes across some information that might turn the tables. Desperate to make her first court appearance, Jamie lets the hopeless case of a flasher come to trial, where things rapidly spin out of control. Written by aremid63

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brilliant!
28 June 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This episode is a brilliant example of "the practice" at it's best. the chemistry between Helen gamble and ken Walsh against Donnell young dole and frutt is very tense which adds to the excitement of the episode. this episode includes Kenneth Walsh saying one of the best lines ever said in my opinion "of thee i sing" this episode really portrays how much the defendants get away with, and what they can get away with if there is a slight mistake on the prosecution side of things. i found this episode extremely realistic. this episode also develops the relationship between Helen gamble and Kenneth Walsh, this shows that Helen actually admires ken for what he used to be. i would recommend this episode to anyone who likes the practice.

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