The Firm Where They Debate Their Pain. Bobby stands at the head of the table while his subjects look upon him with a mixture of love and adoration. Who the hell is babysitting their kids? He waves his hand around like he's flipping a pizza into the air, and says, "The question is what do we do now." Again with the mouth flapping, Lump responds, "If we found this out, I've got to believe the police will find out." No way. Rebecca explains that Sister Tucker only talked to her because she was Allison's lawyer. Again, they're back in that whole conflict-of-interest scenario we became all too familiar with during Senator Ellison's trial. Ellenor: "Do we tell the Baldwins?" Bobby: "How do we not?" Eugene's thoughts exactly. They need to tell the Baldwins, and then tell Allison they are telling the Baldwins. But wait! Lindsay wants to make a point. She does. She really, really does. Blah Allison still has criminal exposure, blah perjury blah. Well, it's not privileged, because it was Sister Tucker who told Rebecca and not Allison. Jimmy: "What's going to happen to Pearce?" Oh, come on, Jimmy; no one cares about Pearce.
Episode Report CardRagdoll: C | 481 USERS: B-
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