Harry's Law (2011–2012)
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Harry represents a school principal trying to expel a student with an anxiety-based condition which causes her to have uncontrollable outbursts. In addition, Harry reaches out to Roseanna ... See full summary »

Director:

Mike Listo

Writers:

David E. Kelley (created by), David E. Kelley | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kathy Bates ... Harriet Korn
Nate Corddry ... Adam Branch
Karen Olivo ... Cassie Reynolds
Mark Valley ... Oliver Richard
Christopher McDonald ... Tommy Jefferson
Jean Smart ... D.A. Roseanna Remmick
James Avery ... Fred Billings
Melinda McGraw ... Amanda
Teddy Sears ... Alan Bagley
Sam Anderson ... Judge William Rothman
Irene Keng ... Chunhua Lao
Sam Doumit ... Maggie Buchanan
Peter Mackenzie ... Attorney Neville Johnson
Amy Sloan ... Mrs. Drake
Gonzalo Menendez ... Detective Garcia
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Harry represents a school principal trying to expel a student with an anxiety-based condition which causes her to have uncontrollable outbursts. In addition, Harry reaches out to Roseanna Remmick for help with a former client who is convinced that his sister was murdered by her husband. Elsewhere, a former high school classmate of Adam's, comes to him for help with her plea bargain on drug and prostitution charges. Tommy prepares for a gala where he hopes to win Trial Lawyer of the Year. Written by NBC Publicity

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Language:

English

Release Date:

18 March 2012 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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This Scene Deserves an Emmy Nomination
17 March 2012 | by JorgescarlisleSee all my reviews

I really like this show, even when I haven't been drinking.

In this episode, (as with others,) we see 3 parallel plot lines: the first dealing with the hypocritical persecution of 'morals' crimes, a second dealing with the 'rights' of public education vs. the disruptive effects of a single student's medical problems and the final dealing with an out of courtroom appeal for justice by Harry (Kathy Bates) to DA REMEC (Jean Smart).

In the initial plot line, Joel Bryant delivers the upright, justice driven defense attorney we have come to expect from him. His antagonist, ADA Cruickshank (Matt Cook) delivers a comparable level of believability in his portrayal of the hypocritical moralist. Sam Doumit delivers the role of Maggie Buchanan (the crux character of the issue,) adequately.

In the secondary plot line, we see Harry (Bates) going head to head with Mrs. Drake (IMDb uncredited actress) whom delivers a very credible protective parent role. Mr. Drake (also IMDb uncredited,) without a single line, delivers the role demanded by his scenes. Behind the parents and the lawyers, Natalie (Hailey Sole) performs the believable seizure-like facial contortions we have come to expect from the creepy characters this young actress has portrayed in the past.

The tertiary plot line really wins this episode though. Fans of the series are well acquainted with the antagonism between Bates and Smart's characters. In this episode, that relationship is taken to the penultimate extreme demanded by the characters. Without a spoiler alert it is very difficult to express what an odd, yet character demanded turn, their relationship takes.

Suffice it to say that the last five minutes of this vid, particularly Smart's "But we should," short monologue us deserving of an Emmy nomination at the absolute least. Smart shines in this scene as few performers do these days.


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