The Firm

Season 1 Episode 4

Chapter Four

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Jan 19, 2012 on NBC
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Mitch takes on the case of psychiatrist Elle Larson, who is accused of murdering a patient that had been stalking her. Meanwhile, Ray digs deeper into the Sarah Holt case.

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  • The Best Episode so Far

    9.0
    I really enjoyed this episode. It had a solid case and the back story moved along. We also found out a bit more about the Sarah Holt case and the connection between Kinross & Clark and Hubble Insurance.



    I'm still struggling a bit with piecing together the opening and closing sequences that take place in the future. We're getting closer to the actual event as it is now only four weeks away. Hopefully it will be resolved at that time.



    I hope the show continues to give us good cases like the one today. I enjoyed the case and the interplay between Mitch and his client. The Law & Order-like court scenes were also very good and I hope we get more of them.moreless
Kristin Lehman

Kristin Lehman

Dr. Elle Larson

Guest Star

Ari Cohen

Ari Cohen

Detective William Quinn

Guest Star

Shane Daly

Shane Daly

Eugene Whitaker

Guest Star

Paulino Nunes

Paulino Nunes

Federal Marshal Louis Coleman

Recurring Role

Alex Paxton-Beesley

Alex Paxton-Beesley

Sarah Holt

Recurring Role

Gianpaolo Venuta

Gianpaolo Venuta

Joey Morolto Jr.

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Mitch: We should get back (to court).
      Elle Larson: In a minute. We need to discuss this unacceptable level of distraction.
      Mitch: I'm not distracted.
      Elle Larson: Oh, you can't be that self-unaware. If there's something else that's going on in your personal or professional life that is more important than me spending the rest of my life in prison for something I did not do, then I wish you'd indicated as much when I was deciding to hire you. Or is this a coping mechanism where you just spread yourself so thin that no one loss really stings that badly?
      Mitch: If I want a therapy session, I will pay for one.
      Elle Larson: Just tell me, do I need another lawyer?
      Mitch: Absolutely not. I got this.

    • Tammy: OK. Well, say there was this guy and he had an incredible girlfriend that he'd been with for like 10 years and she essentially gave up her life to stay with him because she's really cool and she just loves him so much. I mean, if this guy didn't then want to marry her, psychologically what is that about?
      Elle Larson: Well, I would turn the question around and I would ask what is it about the woman, that marriage is so important to her?
      Tammy: Oh. Well, that's, you know, I'd have to ask her.
      Elle Larson: You should do that.

    • Ray: (returning to the office) Hey!
      Tammy: Hey, Can you sit a minute. I have something I want to say. (Ray disinterestedly sits down on the couch and Tammy steps out from behind her desk and takes a deep breath) I've taken a lot of time to think about why getting our married is so important to me. (Ray rolls his head) Never mind!
      Ray: No, no, it's OK. Sat it, say it.
      Tammy: Well, I've watched you over the years and I see important family is to you. Mitch, Abby and Claire, they're you're whole world, they're the ones you rely on the most and I get that, but where I'm from there's you kin and then there's everybody else. And I just wanted to be that to you – family. That's all.
      Ray: I understand. I just...
      Tammy: What?
      Ray: Not everything in my life has worked out. I guess I don't want to disappoint you.
      Tammy: Well, it's simple them. (sits down on the couch close to him) Just don't.

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