The bomb damage spawns strange new living arrangements: Amanda moving in with Sydney, Matt with Jo, and Alison with Jane. Alison then starts using her condition to manipulate Billy to care for her, while Jane plays office power games with Richard. Meanwhile, Peter lobbies on behalf of Kimberly, who must be declared mentally competent to stand trial for the bombing. Alison demands her job back at D&D and an unusually sympathetic Amanda agrees with her. Brooke freaks out when she finds out that Alison is coming back to work, and an inheritance from her deceased mother that she expected after her marriage to Billy turns out to be much less than she thought. Brooke's father offers her a full some of money, but only after she divorces Billy whom Mr. Amrstrong has never approved of in the first place. A mentally unstable Matt gets released on bail and gives everyone a hard time having lost his trust in mankind over being framed for murder and now facing a murder trial. Jake has a hard time ...
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When Kimberly stabs her court-appointed psychiatrist in his left hand with a pencil, the pencil is clearly seen not entering his hand and he is actually holding it against his hand. See more
[holding up a card with a black ink smuge on it
Just tell me what you see. The first thing that pops into your mind.
Dr. Kimberly Shaw Mancini
I see a depressed, middle-aged Freudian with unexpressed homosexual leanings!
References Forrest Gump