Becker turns over a losing case concerning a case of "car homicide" to Leslie Kleinberg, a pretty new associate, then pursues the case and the associate when Leslie decides to leave the firm. Meanwhile, Kelsey defends a water company CEO against charges that they've polluted the drinking water of a nearby trailer park, causing birth defects. Brackman, after another humiliation by his insanely jealous wife Sheila, turns to Rhonda for comfort. Grace becomes upset and jealous when she meets Lynn Palmer, Kuzak's ex-wife whom he never mentioned. Also, Abby learns how much Rollins is being paid and sparks a rebellion among the associates.
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Douglas Brackman, Jr.
On to more serious matter. Franklin vs. Washington Pure Water Company. Miss Kelsey, could you illuminate us? I mean, that's what we drink here. There's nothing actually wrong with this stuff, is there?
Absolutely nothing. After months of discovery, all the plaintiff can come up with is some half-baked theory that sense their own personal well had certain chemicals in it. Those chemicals must have somehow gotten there from Washington Pure Plants which happened to be next door to them and since ...