Will faces troubles in his first case back from suspension, Alicia seeks relief for the firm from their new landlord, and Kalinda's husband continues to create problems for her.

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Wiil's suspension is over and he's back in the courtroom representing a woman who is suing the city of Chicago over the wrongful death of her son Terry Beecham who was tasered by the police at a protest rally. He turns down a reasonable settlement convinced that he can get more but they may have a problem with one of the jurors. Diane approaches Maddie Hayward, their new landlord, in the hope of getting some relief on the rent but Maddie asks to meet Alicia. The trustee, Clarke Hayden, is starting to make personnel cuts Kalinda and her husband Nick continue to spar and it's beginning to affect his her job. She finally confides in Alicia. Written by garykmcd

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Julianna Marguiles and Maura Tierney starred together on the TV series ER. See more »

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(at around 38 mins) Will Gardener refers to Tyler Beecham, the victim in the case, as 'Terry' when addressing court. See more »

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Just When You Thought Take the Money & Run 4.2 ****
9 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Another excellent episode involving a wrongful death suit filed by the mother of a victim who died after being pepper sprayed at a demonstration.

Back from suspension, Will is as cocky as ever and at first it looks like he is doing the correct thing by rejecting the $800,000 settlement proposed by the city only to see new evidence emerge that could make that figure zero.

Alicia's responses to the trustee, efficiency expert, Nathan Lane, who is so much more subdued in this role, are blunt and to the point. No specifics here as this lady doesn't want to assume the role of personnel director.

Interesting to see Christine Baranski's low-key but very effective reaction when it appears that Alicia has shown an impropriety regarding the new landlord, who suddenly endorses the former's husband for governor.

Kalinda really shows a love-hate relationship with her husband, the latter this time at the door with a gun as she enters.

Shame, but not surprisingly the police cover-up in the death of the young man is revealed by the episode's end.

Alicia and her husband look ready for a reconciliation as the campaign bus rolls home at day's end.


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