Raising the Bar

Season 2 Episode 10

Making Up Is Hard To Do

Aired Monday 10:00 PM Aug 10, 2009 on TNT
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Episode Summary

Bobbi takes the case of a woman charged with smuggling drugs that involves Michelle's cop boyfriend. Elsewhere, Jerry tries to obtain a better deal for his client and goes against Marcus over the issue.

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    Josh Randall

    Josh Randall

    Det. Tim Porter

    Guest Star

    Saige Thompson

    Saige Thompson

    Laurel Redson

    Guest Star

    Marcello Thedford

    Marcello Thedford

    Troy Gattis

    Guest Star

    John Michael Higgins

    John Michael Higgins

    Judge Albert Farnsworth

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Judge Albert Farnsworth: In the spirit of generosity, I will grant the defense' motion to set aside the verdict and I'll release Ms. Redman on her own recognizance.

        Laurel's last name is Redson and not Redman.

    • QUOTES (8)

      • Det. Tim Porter: Trust me.
        Michelle: I thought we agreed you were never gonna use that line on me.
        Det. Tim Porter: You are cranky when you're hungry.
        Michelle: You know, don't talk down to me.
        Det. Tim Porter: Trust me.
        Michelle: Do I have a choice?

      • Nick: (talking to Marcus about a plea proposal from Jerry) Tell Kellerman you asked and I said no. Oh, and make yourself some new friends. Go for better calibre. I mean that in the nicest way.

      • Bobbi: (holding the evidence) May I challenge the admissibility, Your Honor?
        Judge Albert Farnsworth: Understanding that I have a limited supply of patience?
        Bobbi: Noted, Judge.
        Judge Albert Farnsworth: Start your engine.

      • Judge Albert Farnsworth: Miss Gilardi, I don't like conspiracy theories. I don't think Princess Diana was murdered by the Royal Family. I don't think they dissected aliens in Roswell. And I'm pretty damn sure that the grassy knoll in Dallas, just a grassy knoll.

      • (talking about Laurel Redson's case)
        Roz: Does the jury want to believe her?
        Bobbi: On account of her telling the truth?
        Roz: There's telling and then there's selling.

      • Jerry: I need a better plea for my client.
        Nick: You think small, Jerry. Me? I need a house in the Hamptons with a private beach and a helipad. Which is equally unrealistic, I know.

      • Michelle: I'm the world's worst idiot.
        Nick: Don't flatter yourself. There's a lot of competition for that title.

      • Michelle: I thought you were going to fire me.
        Nick: I should. But I'd miss your gratitude.
        Michelle: Thank you, Nick.
        Nick: And your respect. Your admiration. Your blouses.

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Troy Gattis: (to Jerry) Hey, you ain't this brother's keeper.

        The term brother's keeper originates from the story of Cain and Abel in the Holy Bible (Genesis 4:9) which reads: Then the Lord said to Cain, "Where is your brother Abel?" "I know not," he replied. "Am I my brother's keeper?" In Jerry's case, Troy absolves him of any responsibility, no matter the trial's outcome.