Edwin Poole manages to escape from the psychiatric hospital; and returns to the court room. He takes over a case without anyone recognizing it until Lori appoints herself as his assistant in court. Sally realizes that it is much harder to be in a relationship with Alan. Alan himself still has to fight with Brad over his position in the law firm.
Did You Know?
Edwin Poole is heard saying that he considers the fictional lawyer, Perry Mason, as his hero. In one case, Poole says that he will do the closing argument stating that Perry Mason always did well in his closing arguments. While Mason might have been a great closer, he rarely if ever got that far during a trial or in most cases the hearings which were featured in the episodes as he usually managed to coerce the guilty party into admitting their guilt on the stand. See more
As Alan Shore explains to Miles Tibbet all the things he'll have to do to him, there is a shot of Alan from the back and right. The lip movement doesn't match the words said, namely: "By the time I'm done..." See more
Feel free to mock me all you want, but don't you dare ridicule our troops.
Just so I'm clear, I should feel free to mock you.
Written by Antony Neely
Performed by Subthunk See more