Grayson gets to watch porn as Parker's old friend Kevin Hanson wants to sue a 'dirty' producer although his daughter Jenny agreed to feature by writing on the day she reached legal age of consent. Jane wants to sue a national fashion stores chain when she realizes that the dress she craved isn't sold above size 10, and almost no other. Parker opposes suing, but she twists his arm and gets unsympathetic rival Kim to defend her case. Written by
Did You Know?
Parker's line "a lawyer who represents herself has a fool for a client" is based on a famous saying of Abraham Lincoln
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She also told me that "res ipsa loquitur"
[Latin for "the thing speaks for itself"
is a legal term, but isn't that sound like a large dinosaur?
References Twin Peaks
Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home
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