Outside, Jerrold expresses the vague notion that he's the guy who gets to decide which clients they take on, and he prefers to represent the ones who can pay. She introduces him to the term "pro bono" and has the nerve to insinuate that her dad is a "money-grubber," at least until he reminds her that this particular money-grubber put her through college and law school (not to mention gave her a job). Kate's response to her dad (her boss, remember)? Aaron's a "sweet guy." According to Jerrold, though, you could fill a stadium with all the sweet guys with sob stories. Yeah. It's called Fenway Park. Oh, wait. He said "sweet" guys. (Peace, Sars? ["Hee. Yes. Hee hee. 'Fenway Park.'" -- Sars]) And I agreed with Jerrold that Aaron seems a little dim, at least until I realized that Jerrold confuses "dim" with "moral." Why is Aaron dim? Because he wants to prove he's the baby's father. "Men run from paternity suits!" he says. Funny, I don't imagine actual men get slapped with paternity suits very often, since men tend to look after their children. Not to get all Maury-Povich-audience-member on you. "He wants to do the right thing, which is why we're going to help him," says Kate, leaving her dad to sputter about pretty offices costing money.
Episode Report CardDaniel: B- | 430 USERS: C+
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