"Insanity" showcases everyone that is wrong with David E. Kelley dramas: they think the insanity defense works more often than it does not. At least they had the guilty verdict, but the fact that there was even deliberation for it was insulting.
And Harry just being the boss, barely being seen, not even involved in a case this week? Incredibly lazy writing.
This show has been good this season, but this episode was weak.