The Firm

Season 1 Episode 2

Chapter Two

Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Jan 08, 2012 on NBC



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • (at Kinross and Clark's offices)
      Abby: Wow, look at this place, this is really beautiful.
      Andrew: Let me guess, you were expecting more mahogany and marble?
      Abby: I think so. (laughs) You know shallows and leather and at least one gargoyle.

    • Alex: You know I consider it a point of pride that I've never tried a case in front of a jury.
      Mitch: Is that true?
      Alex: Juries love facts, whereas I find facts often get in the way of a winning argument.

    • Bradley Halverson: So, Mitch, I wanted to ask about your practice.
      Mitch: Oh, sure.
      Bradley Halverson: Well, Andrew says you were once a money guy, bankruptcy law, tax. We could use you.
      Mitch: Nah, I considered it and actually I did do some tax work for a while, but it wasn't my thing.
      Bradley Halverson: Uh huh, and what particular thing wasn't your thing?
      Mitch: Ah, I don't know, waking up in the morning helping billionaires beat the tax code, that kind of thing.
      Bradley Halverson: Ah, I see, you're a moralist. So instead you spend your day defending criminals.
      Mitch: I spend my day making sure that no man's freedom or future is taken from them unjustly. We both defend criminals, Brad. The difference is I'll admit it to anyone and you won't even admit it to yourself.

  • Notes

    • This episode is rated TV-14-V.

    • The Pilot and Chapter Two aired as a 2-hour series premiere in a special Sunday 9 PM ET time slot. Chapter Three will air in the program's regular time slot of Thursdays at 10 PM ET.

    • Original International Air Dates:
      USA: January 8, 2012 on NBC
      Czech Republic: February 19, 2012 on AXN
      Thailand: February 19, 2012 on AXN
      Singapore: February 19, 2012 on AXN
      Taiwan: February 19, 2012 on AXN
      Poland: February 19, 2012 on AXN
      Argentina: February 19, 2012 on AXN
      Mexico: February 19, 2012 on AXN

  • Allusions