Harry's Law

Season 2 Episode 13

After the Lovin'

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Mar 11, 2012 on NBC
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After the Lovin'
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Harry and Adam support a man suing a tobacco company after his wife died of lung cancer from a lifetime of smoking. Cassie represents a woman claiming to be the victim of escalating threats from her ex-husband, and Tommy hires Oliver to represent him is a suit being filed against him by a woman claiming that he led her to believe their relationship was exclusive.

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  • After the Lovin'

    6.5
    If we did not think this show became Boston Legal at the start of the second season we know that it did for sure with this episode. A case involving a tobacco company ended with someone getting a nail in the end and having a revelation? Really?



    And then the odd, Criminal Minds style ending with the girl killing her father? Just not what the show used to be and should be.moreless
Kathy Bates

Kathy Bates

Harriett "Harry" Korn

Nathan Corddry

Nathan Corddry

Adam Branch

Karen Olivo

Karen Olivo

Cassie Reynolds

Mark Valley

Mark Valley

Oliver Richard

Christopher McDonald

Christopher McDonald

Thomas "Tommy" Jefferson

Jay Harrington

Jay Harrington

James Higgins

Guest Star

Melinda McGraw

Melinda McGraw

Amanda

Guest Star

Omar Metwally

Omar Metwally

Hayden Kildaire

Guest Star

Irene Keng

Irene Keng

Chunhua Lao

Recurring Role

Christian Clemenson

Christian Clemenson

Sam Berman

Recurring Role

Derek Webster

Derek Webster

Judge Avery Buckland

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Harry: What the hell is this? Who called this meeting?
      Ollie: You didn't?
      Adam: I did.
      Harry: And on whose authority do you call meetings, if I may ask?
      Adam: Yours. You delegated administrative matters to me and this is administrative. We need to formulate our firm's mission statement. Law firms...
      Harry: Our mission is to make money. Meeting adjourned.
      Adam: To make money ethically or anything goes? We just preyed upon, and when I say we I mean Harry, a man suffering from a brain injury to extract a settlement that never...
      Harry: You're out of line.
      Adam: I don't think so.
      Harry: It seems you've forgotten once again, Adam, who runs this firm.
      Adam: And it seems so have you, unless by running the firm, you mean running it into the ground.
      Tommy: Why am (I) here?
      Adam: I realize the tobacco industry probably deserves all the bad things that can possibly happen to them...
      Harry: You've made this argument.
      Adam: I'm not done, dammit. What you just did with Sam Berman risked all our careers, not just yours, but mine, Ollie's, Cassie's, possibly Tommy's. I realize cheating is the new fad, but when I see you, you, Harry Korn, a hero to every one of us. You may not want to be admired, to be emulated, but you are just the same by me, her, him and him and when you cheat, when you steal, you cheat us, you rob us of perhaps our most cherished commodity, which is our respect for you and our pride in working for you.

    • Amanda: Here's a question: What are you? Who are you that you could be so... (breaking down) I loved you for God's sake, I still... (composing herself) Mr. Jefferson, please answer my question: what are you?
      Tommy: What am I? I'm alone, that's what I always am. No matter how many times I try, I end up... Three marriages, all failed for the same reason; not my infidelity, not theirs, not... All of them said the same thing: problem was they got to know me. Women leave me, Amanda, and you would have left me. I'm a novelty act, I get it. So now I hedge my bets; no more eggs in one basket. I keep at least one coming in while the other goes.

    • Judge Avery Beckland: Motion for an Order of Protection is denied.
      Cassie: Your Honor, how long do we have to wait? Does she have to get hurt?
      Judge Avery Beckland: Come on, Counsel, come back to me with a black eye or a cut lip, anything. But I don't hand out restraining orders based on bad karaoke. Next case.

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