Raising the Bar

Season 1 Episode 5

Bagels and Locks

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Sep 29, 2008 on TNT
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Jerry takes on an emotional case of the murder of a young boy. As the press coverage intensifies, Balco takes over as lead prosecutor. Bobbi defends a family man charged with possession of heroin. Jerry finally meets Bobbi's husband and they continue to flirt.

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    Mel Rodriguez

    Mel Rodriguez

    Bruce

    Guest Star

    Michael Harney

    Michael Harney

    Detective Dougherty

    Guest Star

    Kai Lennox

    Kai Lennox

    Kevin Davies

    Guest Star

    Heath Freeman

    Heath Freeman

    Gavin Dillon

    Recurring Role

    Wayne Lopez

    Wayne Lopez

    Bob the Court Clerk

    Recurring Role

    Stacy Hall

    Stacy Hall

    Vince Culp

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Andrei Markova has a female last name. As Russian surnames decline by gender, his should be Andrei Markov. His mother or wife would be Markova

    • QUOTES (6)

      • Nick: (to Marcus) You must have seen the pervert fairies. 'Cause unless hell is now frozen and there's a bunch of pervert fairies skating around doing the Icecapades, there is no way we're pleading out this case.

      • Jerry: Rich, give Bobbi a one-liner on Michelle.
        Rich: Ernhardt? Good family, well-dressed.
        Jerry: As a prosecutor, knucklehead.

      • Jerry: Your Honor, as you know, I only received the discovery yesterday. Now, I believe Mr. Davies can provide testimony that is crucial to this case. If the court will allow me two days to find Mr. Davies, I would like to put him on the stand.
        Judge Kessler: It's always something with you, Mr. Kellerman. Fine, you have 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
        Jerry: Your Honor...
        Judge Kessler: Nine AM, it is.

      • Charlie: Trauma doesn't cause sexual preference. It's generally a DNA thing.
        Judge Kessler: Victims act out the perversions that have been forced upon them. It happens all the time. Trust me.

      • Nick: I'm not your buddy from college, Kellerman. When I start dicking you around, you won't be able to sit for a week.

      • Jerry: Here you go, tough guy. A bagel and a coffee with your four sugars.
        Marcus: Wow. This must have cost you like three bucks. You write the guy a cheque?
        Jerry: No, I, err, borrowed money from that pickpocket you dealt out last week. (raises eyebrows)
        Marcus: Pitch me something. The coffee's already tasting bitter.

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Nick: Either there's a glitch in the matrix or we've been down this road before.

        In the 1999 scifi film The Matrix, a deja vu is explained by Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) as a glitch in the matrix.

      • Detective Dougherty: It was a Knick jersey. Vintage. It had Frazier on the back.

        Walt Frazier wore jersey No.10 as he played for the New York Knicks in his first 10 seasons in the NBA and helped them win two championships (1970, 1973).

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