Alicia is brought into the case of a young rock star, Sloan Burchfield, who has been charged with DUI. The firm's David Lee is representing Sloan mother in a $30 million divorce and he wants Alicia for her past as much as anything. The case begins as any other and Alicia is mounting a good defense when Cary Agos dramatically enters the court and arrests the young woman for attempted murder. It would seem that the car she rammed repeatedly in a nightclub parking lot was occupied by the person she had had an argument with in the club. At the office, new partner Derrick Bond has instituted a series of peer reviews for all associates. David Lee hates the idea and makes it very clear that if he goes ahead with peer reviews of his team, he will have Bonds' job. On the campaign trail, Peter Florrick is pleased when asked to go to the Democratic headquarters. He isn't happy though when he learns the party wants him to drop out of the race. He realizes that he is now vulnerable in the ... Written by
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The peer review form Bond hands to Alicia is a few sheets of paper stapled together, with the evaluation sheet (with checkboxes) on top. When camera angle is reversed, Alicia is holding papers with a different cover sheet on top. See more
You're No Rock 'n' Roll Fun
(written by Sleater-Kinney)
Sung by Miranda Cosgrove
, Sloan Burchfield at the recording studio See more