Raising the Bar

Season 2 Episode 5

Is There a Doctor in the House?

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Jul 06, 2009 on TNT
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Jerry takes a case for a woman charged with drug possession, but the case stirs up a conflict between Jerry and Michelle's new cop boyfriend. Also, Bobbi defends a client battling larceny charges and Charlie and Judge Farnsworth share an interesting dinner together.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Josh Randall

    Josh Randall

    Det. Tim Porter

    Guest Star

    Malcolm Goodwin

    Malcolm Goodwin

    Wesley Wedderburn

    Guest Star

    Enuka Okuma

    Enuka Okuma

    Suzette Wagner

    Guest Star

    Heath Freeman

    Heath Freeman

    Gavin Dillon

    Recurring Role

    John Michael Higgins

    John Michael Higgins

    Judge Albert Farnsworth

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (5)

      • Jerry: What about you? Still going out with that guy, Ricky? Ray-ray?
        Suzette Wagner: Rasheed, stupid. And no, I kicked him curbside a long time ago. Why, you jealous?
        Jerry: Me?! Nah. I prefer my women ugly.
        Suzette Wagner: Well, that's alright. I like my white boy with long hair.

      • Judge Farnsworth: I've had my one great love. And I experienced it without restraint. And in the shadow of that, romance becomes overwhelmingly... complicated.
        Charlie: Simplicity for the price of loneliness does seem steep.

      • Judge Kessler: Hello, Albert.
        Judge Farnsworth: This is my courtroom.
        Judge Kessler: This is my courthouse. You have no idea the leverage I have. You stay away from Charlie Sagansky. Or I'll end you.

      • Jerry: (talking about her client, Suzette Wagner) She's dead because of what you did!
        Det. Porter: She's dead because of herself. Wrong place, wrong time, wrong friends. Bad choices. Welcome to New York City. People die.
        Jerry: Tell yourself that before you go to bed tonight. Sleep well.

      • Nick: You don't trust me?
        Michelle: Should I?
        Nick: To recognize good judgment? Yes.
        Michelle: You don't trust me either. Or I wouldn't have to clear it with you in the first place.
        Nick: You and I should date.

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