A worried Kelsey goes to McKenzie and Kuzak to try to get Markowitz removed from a stressful tax case while at the same time, she represents a gay man suing the parents of his terminally ill lover who's dying from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis for visitation rights. Meanwhile, Becker and Abby try to retrieve the money Benny donated to a questionable religious order. Grace debates a marriage proposal from Sollers. Murray paints the mens room and later moves in with Benny, and Brackman gets burned in an unusual place after smoking on a turpentine-filled toilet in the newly painted mens room.
Did You Know?
The title refers to the song "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" written by Jerome Kern
and Otto A. Harbach for the musical Roberta. See more
Mr. Campbell, how did you meet Thomas Young?
On a blind date through a men-seeking-men collum in the LA Times. We both expected the worst. But to our surprise, the date went well and we ended up falling in love.
Did you make a commitment to each other?
Yes. We tried to formalize that but the state of California would not give us a marriage license. We got married in a church in Hawaii on May 1, 1981, over two months after we first met.
And you two have been living together ever since?
Yes. We ...