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Teenage Wasteland 

Kate returns to her alma mater to mediate a dispute between the school and a student being expelled for cheating.




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Judge Victoria Connors
Olivia McKee
Mr. Davis, Eliza's Father
Jonathan Wade
Jenna Hastings ...


Kate returns to her alma mater, Burgess Hall, to mediate a dispute between the school and a student being expelled for cheating. Lauren hopes to gain the school as a new client, but soon realizes that Kate has unresolved issues from her school days that could stand in the way. Ben seeks a plea deal from Justin for his client, a bungee-jumping performance artist, but a sultry judge complicates matters. Written by aim319

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27 April 2012 (USA)  »

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Kate Reed: [as Leo wakes her up with music blaring from his headphone] Oh! No Pink Floyd... before coffee ever!
Leonardo Prince: You're sleeping in Ben's office. Why?
Kate Reed: It's a $10 000 couch. Oh, I slept on it.
Leonardo Prince: Yeah, I got that.
Kate Reed: [disheveled, still waking up] Oh. No, on Eliza.
Leonardo Prince: Say what?
Kate Reed: Okay, she... cheated... and she got caught. And then she sent those... fake... texts, and she got caught again.
Leonardo Prince: She's an angry seventeen-year-old.
Kate Reed: [still recovering:] Ugh! Yeah, I feel like I know this girl.
Leonardo Prince: Yeah... we've maybe all sensed that.
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temper, temper
13 September 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Am I about to change my opinion about Kate Reed? Previous episode we saw her getting really, really furious with Ben, jumping over her desk to confront him simply because he compared her to himself. This episode, she gets near-balistic with Ben again in the elevator. This is not an attractive quality. It goes beyond passionate displays of caring about others. She has TOO MUCH of a chip on her shoulder, WAY TOO MUCH, and for what? She obviously had a protected privileged childhood and rebels against authority for no reason at all.

If an aggressive nature is unattractive in a male character, it is also unattractive in a female character. There can be no denying this. And she flies off the deep end about nihilistic issues, it's her own pride. If she had just cause, different story if her situation merited her response.

Ben would be bringing in more money, and she's a partner, rolling in his dough.

Like Lauren says, "Grow up, Kate!" And simmer down. Look at that goofy intro with the campy smile and the Golden Gate bridge reminding us Kate Reed spans the divide between corporate greed and those looking for a fair slice settlement. Live up to that image. You're not supposed to be some reform school girl going on like a wannabe back alley thug

Anger management, Kate?

Rebel with a cause? No. Wake up and smell the coffee. After all, you sleep on his $10 000 couch with relish because it is a $10 000 couch.

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