Harvey clashes with Stephen over Ava's case. Also, Louis enlists Rachel in his battle with Nigel over a broken contract...and heart.

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Jessica Pearson
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Cameron Dennis
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Harvey clashes with Stephen over Ava's case. Also, Louis enlists Rachel in his battle with Nigel over a broken contract...and heart.

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Comedy | Drama

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In the opening scene between Harvey and Stephen, the film is reversed. This is evidenced by the fact that Gabriel Macht's moles on his forehead, which are on the left side of his face, are, for a moment, on the right side of his face. See more »

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Louis Litt: Norma, I've told you a million goddamn times. She's gonna taste the extra skim. And who do you think she's gonna take it out on? Me. Oh, and find out what the holdup is on my trademark claim on "Litt Up".
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References The Sound of Music (1965) See more »

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Written by Christopher Tyng
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approaching the theoretically "perfect" episode
23 October 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Don't know which amazes me more -- that the production team totally nailed the perfect combination of writing, action, direction, scoring ... to produce one of the best episodes ever -- an episode you actually don't want to end -- or that, two years after airing, this humble scribe is the only one to notice...? From the opening scene to the big "reveal" at the end ... perfect.

The larger and smaller arc come together like KISMET. If you would have told me that a mock (moot) case about owning a cat could be so entertaining, I would have laughed. But this writing team is a miracle worker.

Just the right mix of light humor and gravitas (the cat and the murder trial) are hit like a perfect note in an opera.

Wow.


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