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Harry's Law: After The Lovin'

Harry and Adam file suit on behalf of a man who claims that cigarettes killed his wife and face off against a lawyer from Harry's past. Meanwhile, Cassie represents a woman frightened by her seemingly sweet ex-husband who alleges that he has subtly been threatening her. Elsewhere, Tommy calls on Oliver for help with his girlfriend, who is suing him for "Sex under False Pretenses."

Source: NBC

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x13
Airdate: Sunday March 11th, 2012
Special Airtime: 08:00 pm

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)

Alternate Airdates:

AU (Gem) May 06, 2012

Main Cast
Kathy BatesKathy Bates
As Harriet 'Harry' Korn
Nathan CorddryNathan Corddry
As Adam Branch
Mark ValleyMark Valley
As Oliver "Ollie" Richard
Karen OlivoKaren Olivo
As Cassie Reynolds
Christopher McDonaldChristopher McDonald
As Tommy Jefferson


The episode begins with Harry at her previous law firm with her client, Earl. Sam tells her that his client is ready to offer a settlement of 123,000 dollars. Earl has lost his wife and it is Sam’s client’s product that killed her. Sam tells her that she should not go for trial with this case. Sam says that she died of smoking for thirty five years and the tobacco company doesn’t care about a trial as it has been sued a number of times. Harry leaves with Earl. Next, at the office, Adam also suggests that harry should agree with the settlement that that she could bump it up to one and a half. Adam points out that she smoked different brands of cigarettes and that it is difficult to point at just one company. But Harry says that she was addicted. ..

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Episode Quotes
Harriet: We’re not going forward with the deposition. You’ve got a nail in your head!

Tommy: There's a perfectly good excuse for this, and if you give me a second... I'll come up with it.

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