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First Years

Season 1 Episode 2

... And Then You Die

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Mar 27, 2001 on NBC
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... And Then You Die
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Warren struggles to fit in with the rest of his new housemates. He feels that they aren't including him in their plans and thinks they only deal with him when it's work-related.

Miles and Warren are assigned a nuisance case against Brinner Pharmaceutical on behalf of Seth Kolatch, a young man who developed terminal cancer after treatment with a new drug, Mathroline. Warren doesn't act as assertive on the case as he would like and lets Miles take a leadership role over the case.

Anna and Riley grit their teeth when they are assigned to subserviently support a senior lawyer as he represents two arrogant teen queens, Cami and Erica, over ownership of a dot-com 'netzine' called grrlzrule.com.moreless

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      • ANNA: I kind of wish you hadn't shown us your site... now I'm gonna have to do some shopping.
        CAMI: (laughs) No offense, Ms. Weller, but we target teenagers.
        ERICA: Yeah, but we could steer you to some sites for women your own age...

        WARREN: I was constantly aware of them in school, almost as if I couldn't get away from them. And now that I live with them I see how they all get along so casually and how my direction with them seems so forced. I can't seem to relate.
        THERAPIST: Have you tried?
        WARREN: Of course.
        THERAPIST: Warren?
        WARREN: Why should I? They don't even remember that we all went to law school together.
        THERAPIST: Aren't you exaggerating? If their friendship matters to you, you have to make an effort to connect.
        WARREN: That's what my last therapist said. But connecting is difficult for me. They all do things together and they don't include me unless it's work-related. On some level, I guess I could live with that, but now I've been put onto a case with Miles.
        THERAPIST: Why is that an issue?
        WARREN: Because to be perfectly honest, he intimidates me. I get around him and I just freeze. I know I'm a good lawyer, but he takes the lead and I let him, even when I know I'm right.
        THERAPIST: Can you identify what he's bringing up for you?
        WARREN: How hard is that? High school. He's one of the cool guys. And Anna and Riley and Edgar are all in his clique -- the cool guys. And I'm still putting clearasil on at the geek table.
        THERAPIST: This isn't high school, Warren.
        WARREN: Life is high school.

        RILEY: Who's the coffee for?
        ANNA: Barbie and Midge. They came in to talk to Bentley because they're concerned about how their case is being handled.
        RILEY: What?! You know what? We took the Bar we should be able to kill them and get away with it...

        ANNA: Let's spit in their coffee...
        RILEY: We can do better than that.
        JOE: Use toilet water. O'Donnell's been drinking it for years.

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