Kelsey represents a TV weatherman suing for wrongful termination; Morales represents a laborer suing a racist couple who cheated him out of payment for work he did on their patio; Becker represents an agent who uses his ex-wife's desire for a religious divorce as leverage in their property settlement negotiations.Watch Now:Amazon
A disfigured doctor charges a clinic with discrimination; Benny anticipates the holidays with his new roommate; Van Owen defends a former colleague.
New associate Jane Halliday represents a Gulf War veteran in declining health, who charges a VA doctor with negligence in treating his baffling illness. Meanwhile, Rollins is representing a TV shopping network executive being sued by a man for enticing his "shopaholic" wife to spend beyond her means. Eli enters a plea of not guilty for Sandy Morrison and hires an attractive private investigator, Jinx Baldasseri, to look into the murder victim's husband a potential suspect while Sandy's parents, Ed Morrison and Rae Morrison, quarrel with Eli and each other over what's best for Sandy.Watch Now:Amazon
A comic charges his comedy-writer ex-wife with heckling him on-stage; a divorcÃ©e sues her ex for years of abuse; and Kelsey wages war on Rosalind.
Things get crazy in Rome when the mayoral race between Mayor Pugen and Douglas Wambaugh takes an ugly turn. Jimmy temporarily joins the race in order to seize an opportunity to publicly chastise them both for their behavior and antics.Watch Now:Amazon
When Greg's former co-worker and ex-girlfriend Barbara is transferred back to his firm from Washington, Dharma seeks to assuage her own natural jealousy by finding a new Mr. Right for Barbaraâ€”a quest which takes on a desperate edge when Barbara confesses she is still in love with Greg.
A family whose home was destroyed in a drug raid charge the police with excessive force; Van Owen ponders her sentencing of an 8-year-old cop killer; Sifuentes and Rosalind clash over a test case involving a liquor company's negligence; Marilyn unleashes Brackman's passionWatch Now:Amazon
Ally gets arrested for fighting with Hanna, a distraught young woman who is struggling with her best friend stealing her boyfriend. Ally offers to represent her later in court, only to learn that Hanna has a habit of firing her lawyers. George Madison meanwhile has come back to the firm to get some legal counsel in starting up his own magazine. He hopes Ally will help him, much to Elaine's chagrin. Elaine, desperate to win George over, sits Ally down for a heart to heart talk and asks Ally not to take George away from her. Cage and Nelle have an awkward moment when she insults his pet frog, which is about to compete in a jumping, contest, which Cage is set on winning. Hanna's case goes to the jury after a brief defense by Oren Koolie, who puts in an impassioned appearance.Watch Now:Amazon
The real marriage anniversary arrives and Jamie gives Paul a gift - a swiss military knife - and receives a gift from Paul - a machine for making sugar products. Both disappointed with their gifts, they go to a store where it turns out that they have totally different opinions about children. Then, when they have lunch with Paul's sister, they try to entertain Susan's son Nah while she's on the phone. Paul realizes that having kids is nothing different than having a dog, but Jamie has a totally different opinion.Watch Now:Amazon
Susan's last day in the ER finds Mark unsure of himself. Despite Doug's urgings, Mark still finds himself afraid to admit his feelings for her. He chases her all over the city until he finds her at the train station. He declares his love for her, but she decides to leave for Phoenix anyway. Grabarsky and Lydia finally get married. Carol agrees to become "management" in exchange for an end to the policy of floating ER nurses elsewhere. Al Boulet delivers divorce papers to Jeanie. Doyle calls the cops on a pregnant woman who is piss drunk, trying to kill her unborn baby. On Healthmobile duty again, Doug meets a young girl named Charlie.
Maurice becomes curious about the influx of Japanese tourists to the area during the Northern Lights, Holling sets out to discover if Jesse the bear is really dead, and Maggie leads the curious townspeople in trying to discover what is in a mysterious package covered with foreign stamps.
Are Cybill's ex-husbands really out of her life? She's not sure any more, as Jeff temporarily moves in, and she and Ira share a romantic moment. Meanwhile, she must decide whether to do a movie with a nude shower scene.Watch Now:Amazon
Paul finds Mark working in a local store. After he meets the owners of the shop, Kim & Tammy, Paul finds out that Mark is learning to pray Zen. While Mark is trying to make him join him in prayer, Paul finds out that he lost his wedding ring. Worried about what will jamie say, Paul rushes to the house to find it.
Jeanie begins to realize the burden of living an HIV-positive life when bills start mounting up and Benton throws her out of a trauma. The staff nervously awaits news on the hospital's future when it's rumored to be closing. As it turns out, South Side is closed instead and County takes on a new chief of staff, Dr. Anspaugh. Mark and Susan endure disastrous blind dates. Benton sends Carter to the ER for the day after he arrives late.
Felicity returns from Christmas break and promptly announces that she wants to lose her virginity to Noel. She believes that she needs to have sex as soon as possible because she feels like an outsider. Julie tells Noel that she and Ben have been ""hanging out"" a lot, as she is able to sleep better at his place. They are not officially a couple, but went away to Vermont together during vacation. Noel asks Julie not to say anything until after his big night with Felicity. Felicity seeks advice from many different sources--including books, a health care worker and Elena. The couple's first attempt goes awry when some guys walk in on them, and a dried-up Christmas tree catches fire in Noel's room. They reserve a hotel room, but Felicity calls Julie from the bathroom and senses that something is wrong. Noel tells Felicity about Julie and Ben. When she becomes upset, he declares that she is not over Ben. Elena has a talk with him and accuses him of using Felicity's feelings for Ben aWatch Now:Amazon
Dateless on Valentine's Day, Cybill and Maryann feel unappreciated and bored unitl Maryann comes up with a plan - a trip to Vegas to max out her ex's credit card. Meanwhile, Ira has to look after Jeff in ways he'd rather not when Jeff gets his hands covered with poison oak.Watch Now:Amazon
Brackman loses a parent, but gains another sibling; Kuzak convinces Van Owen to come out of retirement to represent his client's co-defendant in a felony murder trial; Perkins and Rollins bicker over the best way to deter a class action suit against their client until Motown and a little spin on the conference room table help them patch up their differences; Farrell visits his brother to extend both his condolences and his hand out for a portion of their father's residuary estate; Sifuentes represents a widow in her legal malpractice case against her formerly famous, but now fading, attorney; Salt's understanding of the dynamics of the Brackman marriage helps him bring them back together, forging a bond of closeness with his new-found sibling and his wife.
Van Owen is at a loss for words when confronted by a terrified mother after failing to win a conviction against the woman's ex-husband for molesting their young daughter; Becker, Kelsey, and the associates are all wary when the partners decide that the way to stem their declining revenues is to bring in Rosalind Shays, a ""rainmaker"", as a new partner; Markowitz represents a dating service sued by a hard-to-satisfy customer, who's more than happy to make the acquaintance of Dave Meyer after the trial is over; Brackman's latest scheme to save money on his health food kick has the staff smelling a rat.
Huff has become ill, both emotionally and physically, because of his relationship with Beth. Some of the things Teddy has told others about his relationship with Alyssa finally catches up with him. Russell fails to a keep an important promise that he made to Kelly. Meanwhile Ben's attempt to reach out to Izzy fails.
Kate is supposed to be a bridesmaid in her friend Gabrielle's wedding, but when the wedding is suddenly called off, she has to become her lawyer instead.
Brackman sends Perkins a referral who turns out to be dishonest, desperate, and violent; Rollins is initially outraged when McKenzie assigns Sifuentes to second chair on a wrongful death suit, but becomes grateful for the help after he alienates the jury and Sifuentes saves the day, and the case; to help Perkins drum up some business, Becker gives her the gift of a consultation with his publicist; Markowitz is despondent about his chances of fatherhood when an adverse reaction to the fertility drugs forces him to stop taking the medication; Van Owen confesses her struggles over the illegal confession in the Torrey case to Kuzak; Kelsey is angered when Markowitz discusses adoption with Becker without her knowledge.
While Susan prepares to fly to Venice with Cooper, Jack tries to find the courage to utter three, make that five, little words about his feelings for her. He fails -- but Susan, having figured it out, has a miserable time with Cooper in Europe. After rejecting Cooper's extremely premature marriage proposal and returning home, she confronts Jack, accusing him of using her to compete with Cooper. Jack finally convinces her that his feelings are genuine -- but Susan tells him that she doesn't love him.Watch Now:Amazon
Michael takes a creative writing class, as does Nancy. Michael incurs Nancy's wrath when he writes about something he heard about her in confidence from Elliot. Also, Michael and Elliot get new jobs working for Miles Drentell at DAA.
Frank is fired for his role in destroying Becker's case; C.J. represents a movie executive who's being sued by an actress for insisting that she get breast implants that later proved faulty; Zoey faces off against a jailhouse lawyer in the trial of a convict accused of murdering another inmate, and unwittingly helps to shape her adversary's future; Sarah comes running to her father when she has an argument with Karen over her new, older boyfriend, leading to fireworks among the women in Markowitz's life; Bloom hides her true feelings about the future of her marriage from her new groom.
Deciding to go after the new investigative reporter position Jack has created, Susan reluctantly seeks professional advice from her old high school rival Maddy Piper, now an established and aggressive journalist - who quickly infiltrates Susan's professional and personal lives by double-crossing her, getting the story and the job, and displaying considerable interest in Jack. Meanwhile, Vicky is being driven crazy by the fact that the bagel delivery guy shows no sign of remembering the night they spent together; and Todd is disturbed by the fact that his web-surfing inevitably lands him in lesbian chat rooms.Watch Now:Amazon
Brackman is distraught when the pocket watch he inherited from his father disappears; new associate Melina Paros joins the firm; Becker accepts an intricate assignment from Flicker, forcing him to deal with the manipulative wife of Flicker's silent partner; after Lincoln escapes from Benny and ends up at the pound, Markowitz takes extreme measures to get the dog released; Brackman gets a ghost writer for his autobiography; Taylor's pursuer sends her a gruesome gift, which only serves to alarm her further as she begins to suspect every man she encounters; Melman doesn't know how to handle Mullaney's new-found ardor; Paros prosecutes her final case for the State's Attorney's office as she attempts to prove that a woman may have abused her children.