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Go on, Barbara.
We go back to our homeroom|for dismissal.
Unless you have a pass|for sports or something.
Is that what you did|on the day in question?
No. Mr. Gettys asked me|to stay after class.
What happened next, Barbara?
He told me to sit in the chair|beside his desk.
If you will, in your own words,|tell us exactly what happened... the next few minutes.
I told him I was afraid I'd miss my bus.
He promised I'd get to the bus on time|if I'd help him do something.
Before I could say anything,|he placed his hand inside my blouse.
I was so frightened. I didn't move.|I thought if I was just quiet it'd be okay.
Then his other hand went up|under inside my skirt.
Then, with his hand...
...he started moving back and forth...
...farther and farther inside my skirt.
He said he was testing to see|if I had any special feelings...
...that he wanted to see|what kind of feelings I had.
I was trying to think of something to say,|but I couldn't.
I was confused, and he just kept on.
I asked him to stop,|but it was like he couldn't hear me.
He just kept on with his hand.
Then I screamed.
Then he got mad and said|we'd have to try it again sometime.
Did he try again?
Not with me.
But with your friends?
And after you had told them|what he had done to you...
...they told you|what he had done to them!
Isn't that true?
I have nothing further.
Your witness, Mr. Lomax.
Any chance, Your Honor,|for a short recess?
Of course.
This court will be in recess for 15 minutes.
-What--?|-Not now, Bernice.
Lomax, what's wrong?
As your attorney, I'm advising you|to keep the fuck away from me.
Why? What are you talking about?
The wife, the kid, the outrage.|You definitely had me fooled.
Hey, you're my lawyer.
You're here to defend me.
You know what I'm thinking?
Why not put you on the stand?|You can jerk off for the judge.
-You know she's lying.|-Get the hell away from me.
Well, hell, there you are.
Rumor was you were out|wandering in traffic.
Not now, Larry.
What's the game plan?
I got a 4:30 deadline. I need a quote.
Give me a quote.
Fuck off.
"Mr Lomax has no comment|on today's events.
"Speculation, however, was widespread...
"...that the young lawyer's|unblemished string of victories...
"...would come to an end...
" this courtroom."
It was a nice run, Kev.
Had to close out someday.
Nobody wins them all.
Have you had any discipline problems|in math class this year?
Hasn't Mr. Gettys had to talk to you|repeatedly about your behavior?
Isn't that why he asked you|to stay after class?
Have other teachers asked you|to stay after class?
Once or twice.
Did they want to talk to you|about your behavior?
Objection. Immaterial.
-Goes to motive.|-Overruled.
You may answer the question.
I don't know|what the other teachers wanted.
You'd have to talk to them.
You ever pass notes in class?
Maybe a note that...
...made fun of Mr. Gettys?
Never called him|a "disgusting pig monster"?
Your Honor, I've pre-marked this|Defense Exhibit A.
Objection. We've had plenty of time|for discovery here.
I'm going to let this in, Mr. Lomax.
I'm also going to suggest|that if you have any other exhibits...
...present them in a timely fashion,|or not at all.
I'm sorry, Barbara, I was wrong.
It's "huge hog beast."
This is your handwriting, isn't it?
-Yes, but--|-You wrote this in Gettys' class.
It's a joke.
"He's a huge hog beast.
"He probably eats|a thousand pancakes for breakfast."
You're writing about Mr. Gettys,|aren't you?
It was meant to be a joke.
Have you ever had a party|at your house, Barbara...
...when your parents were away?
Objection. Your Honor--
Credibility and bias.
Answer the question.
Have you ever heard of a game|called "Special Places"?
You're under oath, Barbara.
A man's career...
...his reputation...
...his life is on the line.
This is not a joke.
Have you ever played "Special Places"?
Is this game sexual in nature?
Is this game sexual in nature?
We only played it once.
This special party, Barbara...
...this was the first time you told the story|about Mr. Gettys, wasn't it?
I've spoken to other children|who were there that day.
Is there anything else|they may have told me about the party?
Objection! lf he has other witnesses,|let him call them!
If I need to call those other children, I will!
I'm going to sustain that, Mr. Lomax.
Rephrase your question.
You threatened those children, didn't you?
That's not the way it happened.
You told them to falsely claim|Mr. Gettys had hurt them.
These things did happen.
If they didn't, you were going|to tell everyone about this special party.
They happened to me.
So you made up a story. A special story.
A story about a math teacher...
...who was tough on you,|who kept you after class.
A huge hog beast you didn't like!
That's what really happened, isn't it?!
I didn't want to be the only one.
You goddamn, lowlife, son of a bitch--
No further questions, Your Honor.
I'm going to adjourn for the day.
We'll be back here at 9:00 a.m.|and people will behave themselves...
You made me proud.
...or find themselves in contempt.
Pack it up, baby. You need a drink.
In the event that we all get drunk,|let's front-load the ceremonial bullshit.
To the best trial lawyer in Alachua County.
Damn straight.
So, Kev, off the record....
How's it feel to squeeze|a man like Gettys...
...through the door of reasonable doubt?
Why don't you quit being a party pooper.|Have yourself a drink.
We're not going to discuss|the damn case anymore.
Am I right?
I'll drink to that.
No shop talk.
Pour me another.
Lomax, you're wild.
I feel one of them nights coming on.
"l've seen the Taj Mahal|I've been to China"
I've got to go piss!
I've got to go piss!
Hell of a job today.
I don't want to disturb your party.
"Milton, Chadwick, Waters."
Never heard of it.
What are you going to do? Sue me?
Actually, we were hoping|to retain your services.
We've been following your progress.
From New York?
You've never lost a case.
I've had some sympathetic juries.
That's exactly what we're looking for.
We want you to come to New York,|help us pick a jury.
I tell you, man...'re pretty damn good.
Your card is great.
You being black....
Whose idea was that? Paul's?
That's just brilliant.
I'm just not drunk enough yet to fall for it.
I'll buy you a drink when l....
You'd have to start next week.
All expenses, first-class|travel and lodging, you and your wife.
A lump-sum payment regardless|of the verdict in the amount of....
Take a look.
In the name of the Lord Jesus,|we refute you, Satan, and cast you out.
"Romans 16:19
"Be innocent...
"...of evil
"And the God of Peace|will soon crush Satan
"Yes. God will crush him|underneath your feet
"And the God of Peace|will soon crush Satan
"Yeah. God will crush him|underneath your feet...."
All the way to New York|just to pick a jury.
Every dog gets his day.
Why do I feel the hand of Mary Ann|on this adventure?
I gotta tell you, Ma,|this routine's getting awful tired.
Working on Sunday.
Working? Ma, get over it.
Listen to me. I love my wife.
Okay? I love her all the way.
Just like you.
Let me tell you about New York.
"Fallen, fallen, is Babylon.
"lt has become|a dwelling place of demons."
Revelation 18.
Wouldn't hurt you to look it over.
-Couldn't forget it if I tried.|-Oh, really?
And what happened to Babylon?
"Thou mighty city, in one hour|has Thy mighty judgement come.
"And the light of a single lamp|shall shine no more."
Wish me luck.
Good luck.
I'll miss you.
Jeannie, listen to me now.|I've gone the extra mile with you on this.
I'm trying to work with you.
They'll be looking for that payment|and if it's not there, they'll repo the car.
Okay, I gotta go.
Look, Jeannie, I gotta make a plane.|Just get yourself on schedule.
Okay. Make the payment.
Let me guess. It's all my idea, right?
We better get some grandkids soon|so I can get her off my back.
What do you say?
Let her sweat a little.
All right, Mr. Clintine, let me ask you this:|Do you think, as a juror...'d be able to set aside|any prior opinion you might hold...
...about the savings and loan industry?
That was a question, sir.
What? Do I like bankers?
Your Honor, may I have a minute|to confer with my colleagues?
You may.
Dump him.
Let's get rid of Number 4, 6....
I'd say lose Number 12...
...but the prosecutor's gonna fuck up|and do it for us.
Number 6?
You're kidding, right?|She's my first choice.
She's my first pass.
And 4?
With the dreadlocks? That's crazy.
-That's a defendant's juror.|-Did you see his shoes?
Look, kid, maybe down in Florida|you are the next big thing.
This is New York.|We're not squeezing oranges here.
He polishes those shoes every night.|He makes his own clothes.
He looks like a bro with attitude to you,|but I see a man with a gun under his bed.
And woe betide the creature|who steps into his garden.
Number 6...
...your favorite...
...she's damaged goods.
She's a Catholic schoolteacher.
Believes in human frailty....
No. Something's missing from her.
She's wrong.
She wants on the jury.
Somebody hurt her|and she wants revenge.
How the hell do you know that?
I don't know.
Either you put a stop|to this happy horseshit or I walk.
Here's the deal: lf I lose with your jury,|you do the explaining.
Your Honor, may I continue?
We'd like to excuse Jurors 3, 4 and 6.
Hi. You're home early for a change.
Your mother called.
She has her bad feeling.
Every now and then, she gets one right.
You okay?
Something's up.
They deliberated for 38 minutes.
Oh, honey, I'm sorry.
What the hell did they expect?|The man is as guilty as can be.
Wasn't a jury anywhere gonna let him off.
Except one.
Not fucking guilty!
Oh, my God! You lying...
...sack of shit!
Thirty-eight minutes, my jury!
Thirty-eight minutes!
-You did it!|-My jury! I'm too good!
-Glad you could stick around.|-It's your dime.
Sorry to keep you waiting.
Mr. Milton got pinned down in lndonesia|longer than expected.
Good morning, Caprice.
Good morning, Mr. Heath.
Your messages.
Not bad, huh?
You can play it cool if you want...
...but when I first walked in,|my jaw was on the floor.
This is our home office.
We have many|international arrangements... Mr. Milton spends|a great deal of his time in the air.
Three o'clock, we got the Greeks.
Am I good cop or bad cop?
We may not need a good cop.
I love it.
In addition to our corporate clients|we're representing 25 foreign countries:
The Mideast, the Balkans,|Central America, West Africa....
Interesting work, but travel-intensive.
Behind you.
I'm sorry.
Please. Kevin Lomax.
John Milton.
Nice to meet you.
Have we been treating you well?
Very well, thank you.
And your wife, she had a good time?
She sure has. It's been great.|The whole thing's been great.
That's our secret.
Kill you with kindness.
What's your secret?
I couldn't say.
You were a prosecutor.
Out of law school.|Five years in the Jacksonville D.A.'s office.
Sixty-four straight convictions.
What a number!
I like to be in court.
I don't plea out a lot.
What's that like?
One day you put them away,|the next you set them free.
Takes a little getting used to.
Pays better, though, doesn't it?
Yes, it does.
That math teacher, the Gettys case,|now I hear you were brilliant.
Prosecutor dropped the ball.
You think your guy was guilty?
I didn't say that.
What'd you say?
How's this:
I began the case with a clear conscience.
I was sure you had a secret.
The men's room.
Upstairs men's room|in the Duval County courthouse.
There's a hole in the wall|to the next room.
I spent five years listening|to juries deliberate.
-I love it.|-Love it all you want.
Just don't repeat it.
I'm not sure the Florida Bar Association|would appreciate it.
My lips are sealed.
You don't really want to go back|to Florida, do you?
Walk with me.
What do you think?
Some people can't handle it.
It's peaceful.
My sentiments exactly.
Fill in the résumé for me.|Tell me, your father, what does he do?
I never got to know my father.|He passed away before I was born.
My mother raised me. Just the two of us.
She never remarried?
She wasn't married the first time.
That can't be easy in a town|like Gainesville, can it?
I don't think it's easy anywhere.
Holy shit!
Different when you're looking down,|isn't it?
Yes, it is.
Oh, my God.
Your mother...
...what's she like?
She's a preacher's daughter.|She's tough.
She's worked in a poultry plant|for as long as I can remember.
She's got a church she really likes,|so she's usually there or they go out....
They do a lot of volunteer work.
"Behold, I send you out|as sheep amidst the wolves."
So they say.
It didn't rub off?
The Book? The church?
No, I'm on parole.
Early release for time served.
Lot of potential clients down there.
Are we negotiating?
Can I ask you a question, then?
Why do you need a criminal department?
Our clients break the law like anyone else.
I'm just tired of sending their business|across the street.
-Are you offering me a job?|-I'm thinking about it.
I know you got talent.|I knew that before you got here.
It's just the other thing I wonder about.
What thing?
It changes everything. Pressure.
Some people, you squeeze them,|they focus.
Others fold.
Can you summon your talent at will?
Can you deliver on a deadline?
Can you sleep at night?
When do we talk about money?
That's the easy part.
They call this part of Fifth Avenue,|Carnegie Hill.
You've got the park right across|the street from the reservoir.
Bestjogging in New York.
Mount Sinai Hospital up the street.
Some excellent schools.
Not on the top of Mr. Milton's list|when he bought this building...
...but great neighborhood for children.
Great building.
Follow the money all the way to the top.
You got the managing director,|Eddie Barzoon, on 16.
And, of course, Mr. Milton has the tower.
-You must be Mary Ann?|-Yes, I am.
Welcome. I'm Jackie Heath.
It's nice of you to come by.
Oh, please. We live across the hall.
-You're kidding.|-Right there.
It's just two apartments per floor?
-You didn't tell them about it?|-It can speak for itself.
Oh, my God!
It's what they call a "Classic 8."
Be careful. I don't have a map.|I don't want you to get lost.
We had them paint it white. Let you see it|naked before you pick your palette.
What am I picking?
Palette. Your colors.
Oh, yes.
I need to warn you about one thing.
There are going to be some|very envious people down at the firm.
There aren't many of these apartments.|They're a partner's perk.
You must've made quite an impression.
Oh, my God, three bedrooms.|You know what that means?
Took us six years to get in here.
Thank you very much.
Are you really this good?
I sure as hell hope so.
They must want you pretty bad.
Look, Mar...
...l'm only getting behind this|if you're on board.
If you want to go home...
...l'm with you.
Let's go to Gainesville, back to the condo.
You keep scrounging for clients and|I'll keep repossessing cars for Akamian.
And maybe, just maybe,|if we kill ourselves... about five years we can afford a baby|and a weekend shack at Gulf Shores.
Are you shitting me?
I love you.
I love you, too.
Tadashi Osumi, Media.
Walter Krasna, Maritime Law.
Bashir Toabal, Energy Law.
I run the lslamic subgroup.
Joyce Rensaleer,|Mergers and Acquisitions.
Eddie Barzoon, Managing Director and...
...Real Estate.
Pradeed Resh, lntellectual Properties.
Christabella Adrioli,|lnternational Trade and Customs...
...EC and G-7.
There it is, Kevin.
The whole team.
Welcome to Milton, Chadwick and Waters.
So what do you think?|You can change the furniture if you like.
I guess it'll do.
Until something better comes along?
Kevin Lomax, Pam Garrety.
Nice to meet you.
Pam was at the Brooklyn D.A.'s office|for 14 years... she knows her way|around the local scene.
You'll expedite his bar application?
It's in the pipeline.|For now, you work pro hac vice.
I petitioned Florida|for a letter of good conduct.
And I prepared, at Mr. Milton's request,|an overview of the Moyez case.
The Moyez case?
Move, move, move!
What do you think?
It's a health code case and it's a loser.
So what's the point?
He wants to see if I'll plea-bargain.|It's a test, right?
Isn't everything?
It's an 18th-century ltalian silk damask...
...with an embossed floriate pattern|of undulating acanthus leaves.
Lovely, isn't it?
And this is about what?
The price?
It's about $2,000 a panel.
We'll take it... $1,400.
You made it.
I thought you said it was impossible.
I thought you said it was important.
Go get them, man.
Tell him, "Cut that shit down! "
I know what they're doing over there!|That's right!
Tell him,|"Take all that noise back to Africa."
Good afternoon.|I'm looking for Philippe Moyez.
Look, I'm not sure|I'm making myself clear.
Moyez, you need him? To speak with him?
Show him your boots.
You're saying he's down here|in the basement?
In the dark?
Where do you think I'm taking you?
I thought I would recognize you...
...but I do not.
Mr. Moyez?
We've never met.
I'm Kevin Lomax. I'm a lawyer.
I'm here about the animals.
We have an investment in blood.
Think of it as spiritual currency.
Spiritual currency.
Look, Mr. Moyez,|I'm going to need your help with this.
What is the name of the man...
...who will prosecute us?
Assistant District Attorney Arnold Merto.
What are you doing, Mr. Moyez?
With this tongue, we create silence.
You can go now.
You will have all the help...
...l can give you...
...against Monsieur Merto.
It's arbor green. What do you think?
Not with your complexion.
New York City health codes.
That's all of it?
Not quite.
Caribbean green.
Something cooler, maybe. Cooler.
A cooler green.
Too institutional.
I love green.
I love it but it's one thing to wear it|and another to have it on your walls.
I'm just trying to help.|It's your walls. Do what you want.
Remember, it's only a health-code case.
This is the first time since I was 13|I don't have a job.
Or two.
I feel like I'm floating around in that place.
You know, just drifting around|or something.
You'll settle in.
We had this little office in the condo....
You know, his side and my side.|Real nice.
At night, I go to sleep,|I see that light on....
If I want to see Leamon...
...l make an appointment.
You're kidding, right?
God, how do you handle it?
Take a look around, honey.
Look, you got three choices:
The Holy Trinity.
You can work.
You can play.
Or you can breed.
That's a veal roast, Your Honor.
USDA approved and stamped.
Men kill animals and eat their flesh.
Philippe Moyez killed a goat.
He killed a goat.
And he did it at home... a manner consistent|with his religious beliefs.
Now, Mr. Merto may find that bizarre.
It's certainly not a religious practice|performed by everyone.
It's not as common as, say...
It's not as common as the belief that... transforms into blood.
Some people handle poisonous snakes|to prove their faith.
Some people walk on fire.
Phillipe Moyez killed a goat.
And he did it...
...while observing|his constitutionally protected...
...religious beliefs.
Your Honor, this case|is not about keeping goats...
...or transporting goats or goat licensing.
The city was less concerned|with the care of the animals...
...than the manner in which|they were slaughtered.
Enough, enough. I got it.
Let's wrap it up.
Your Honor...
...the city timed this police action|to catch my client...
...exercising his constitutionally protected|right to religious freedom.
This is a law protecting kosher butchery.
Exactly, Your Honor.
I'd like to move at this time|for a verdict of dismissal.
I happen to know a little bit|about kashrut law, Mr. Lomax.
I'm aware of that, Your Honor.
That's why I feel confident|in requesting a dismissal.
Mr. Merto?
For God's sake, man....
Congratulations. Great job.
Pamela, you look lovely.
So, Philippe...
Always, Jean.
What can I say?
Go figure it, a guy like Moyez... in some subterranean shithole...
...all the while he's walking around|with $15 million in the bank.
You're kidding.
What do you think he's paying us in?|Goat's blood?
Tarzan, we're billing you out|at $400 an hour, my friend.
I don't see a whole lot of pro bono work|in your immediate future.
I figured you came down to make sure|I didn't fuck this up.
Maybe I did.
Don't get too cocky, my boy.|No matter how good you are...
...don't let them see you coming.|That's the gaffe, my friend.
You gotta keep yourself small.
Be the little guy.
You know, the nerd, the leper.
The shitkicking surfer. Look at me.
Underestimated from day one.
You'd never think I was|a master of the universe, would you?
That's your only weakness,|as far as I can see.
What's that?
It's the look.
That Florida stud thing.
What is that?
Excuse me, ma'am.|Did I leave my boots under your bed?
Never worked a jury without women.
You know what you're missing?
You're missing what I have.
There's this beautiful girl,|just fucked me 40 ways from Sunday...
...we're done, she's walking|to the bathroom, trying to walk...
...she turns...
...she looks...'s me.
Not the Trojan army just fucked her.|Little old me.
She gets this look on her face like:
"How the hell did that happen?"
I'm the hand up Mona Lisa's skirt.
I'm a surprise, Kevin.
They don't see me coming.
That's what you're missing.
Where's the chicken?
There's a chicken, plays tic-tac-toe,|never loses. He's famous.
Never loses, like you.
Come on. I'll show you|the fastest way uptown.
Learn the subways, Kevin.
Use them.
Stay in the trenches.
Only way I travel.
What happened to the green?
I loved the green!
Honey, you're late!
We're due up at the Barzoon's palace|in 15 minutes.
What's all this?
All what?
Jackie says the who's who of|New York is gonna be there tonight.
-All this?|-Oh, that.
It was going to be a nursery...
...but I thought you'd have to be|home enough to knock me up.
So now I'm thinking of building|a law library.
Oh, baby.
Tell me I can handle this.
You can handle this.
-Say something nice.|-Something nice.
Promise me you won't|leave me alone in there.
There you are.
Diana Barzoon. Eddie's wife.
Nice to meet you.
Kevin Lomax, health code warrior.
All hail.
-Mr. Barzoon, this is Mary Ann.|-Nice to meet you.
Well, Kevin, here they are.
Top of the food chain|and dinner is served.
I throw these parties twice a year.
Stock market, real estate, politics.|They're all players. And all prospects.
Remember Rashid? Just in from Beirut.
Bright young lights.
You're going to like this. Come on.
Somebody I want you to meet.
Kevin and Mary Ann Lomax,|this is Senator Alfonse D'Amato.
Ambassador Charles Gagano.
In case you didn't know,|these are the Republicans of New York.
Barzoon always overstates things.
Donald Trump was supposed to be here,|but he had a business emergency.
I knew I'd find you here.|I'd like you to meet my wife.
Mary Ann, this is Pam Garrety.
-Nice to meet you.|-Nice to meet you.
-We're partners in crime.|-Someone you must meet.
Excuse me. This is important.
-You are so beautiful.|-Oh, thank you.
-I heard you met the senator.|-Yes, I did.
-I was married to him.|-Really?
I'd like you to meet Kevin Lomax.|Kevin is from Florida.
He's new to the firm.
The senator cannot leave.
Who's that with the senator?
-Oh, God, girl.|-You haven't met him yet?
No, who is he?
I swear he can hear us.
Hell, he can smell us.
Mary Ann...
...John Milton.
I was hoping I'd see you here tonight.|And here you are.
Already swimming with the sharks.
Careful, hon.
Come on, if you keep thinking small,|we'll never make any money on you.
These parties don't come cheap.
Call him. Talk to him.|See what they have to say.
Just get it on tape.
It's a wonderful opportunity for Kevin.
Yes, Kevin.|He's going to do all right if he...
...buys a few new suits...
...learns a few new tricks, he's there.
It's you. What about you?
Your family, you've got to miss them. No?
I told Kevin the only thing worse|than not having a father was having mine.
I can relate.
I can, believe me.
The worst vice is advice.
But may I make a suggestion?
It's a sensitive....
It's about your hair, that's why I ask.
No, go ahead.
I mean, you don't like it?
I like it fine. It's beautiful.
It's just....
It doesn't belong to you.
You're too alive for a perm.
It's not you.
You should pull your hair back.
Do it. See what happens.
Right now, here, you want me|to pull my hair back?
Is that so terrible?
I'd love to do it, but if I did...
...everyone in this room|who's pretending not to be watching us...
...would naturally assume|that we were fucking or something.
It's fun to be right.
Excuse me.
That's a vision.
You've gotta cut your hair.
Are you serious?
A woman's shoulders are the frontlines|of her mystique.
And her neck...
...if she's alive...
...has all the mystery of a border town.
A no man's land... that battle...
...between the mind and the body.
You know...
...your natural color would really...
...bring out your eyes.
Do you have this view?
From your terrace, is this your view?
Not exactly.
No terrace and I'm about...
...12 floors down.
What about you?
No, I live downtown.
This is a... building.
Sounds like fun.
Downtown, I mean.
I'm just getting to know the city.
Is it everything you expected?
I say we ride them as far as we can,|and then eat them.
Excuse me, Jackie.|You guys seen Kevin anywhere?
No, I'm sure he's around.
Are you alone?
You mean, tonight?
Is your wife a jealous woman?
Oh, dear, I'm going to scare you away.
No, really...
...l'm fine.
I'm fine.
Bet you like to be on top.
-Don't you?|-Excuse me?
Of the situation.
You prefer to be on top, right?
Depends on the view.
You know what I see?
I see the future...
...of this law firm.
We need to talk, Kevin.|Something's come up.
But first I want you to find|Heath and Eddie Barzoon.
Bring them up to my place.|Do it quietly.
No problem. Arnold has a few reporters|in his pocket. We'll plant a story.
Have you seen Kevin?
No, I haven't, sweetie.
If he doesn't come to us, he'll regret it.
Come on.
Is there more to it?
Just this room.
And a bedroom?
No bedroom.
-Where's he sleep?|-Who says he sleeps?
Where does he fuck?
What's up, John?
How many hours we bill|Alex Cullen for last year?
What did he do now?
Alex Cullen has just been charged|with murdering his wife...
...her stepson...
...and a maid.
When did this happen?
Just now. Tonight.
I've sent Pam downtown|to make bail arrangements.
They're gonna fucking crucify him.
They're gonna line up!|I gotta call Meisel.
I want Kevin on this case.
I hope you're kidding.
Alexander Cullen in a triple murder with,|excuse me, Kevin?!
You're dreaming.
You know, I've shaken hands...
...with every marquee defense attorney|in this town.
I take Kevin and I don't look back.
John, you've got a great eye for talent.
You're the master, but you know,|I just don't see this happening.
I want you on board, Eddie.
I appreciate the vote of confidence,|but maybe Eddie has a point here.
We can get this case.|The man's our client.
He's a business client.
We know him better|than he knows himself.
We got the inside track.
We got the best damn trial lawyer|in the city. It's ours to lose.
Tell it to Cullen.
I want Kevin to tell him.
There's Pam.
You gonna fight for this thing or not?
No, it's Kevin.
No, it's okay. I'm on it.|Yeah, I'm on it.
Where are we at?
You left me there.
I had a fucking panic attack|until Jackie told me where you were.
Three hours! You don't even call!
I'm upstairs with Milton,|Heath and Barzoon.
There's a good possibility I'm about|to catch a triple homicide defendant...
...who also happens to be... of the largest real-estate developers|in the city.
I had to bail on the party.
You bailed on me.
-Did you hear me?|-I was all by myself!
For three whole hours.
The next time you make a promise,|try and keep it!
You gotta be kidding me, right?
Go to hell. And you can go to sleep|on the fucking couch!
-You sure he's up there?|-Yeah, CNN passed the word.
Look at this.
I'm not out 20 minutes,|and I'm being followed by the press.
They're like insects.
Alex, just calm down and listen, okay?
I don't know. Maybe you're right.|Maybe he is a whiz kid, but Jesus Christ!
This is my ass we're talking about!
Alex, you know how this town works.
You got enemies here|you haven't heard from.
Now, with this... that you're down...
...l'd get ready for one of those...
...class-A New York-style pigfucks.
You know what's coming.
Now you're going to have to ask yourself,|who do you trust?
I don't know.
I'm gonna have to look around.
You don't have time to shop, Mr. Cullen.
Jury selection started today|at every breakfast table in the city.
This is what people know:
Three dead bodies.
You discover the crime.
You call it in. You've got blood|on your person and clothes.
And Mr. Cullen....
Your prints are on the murder weapon.
How do you know that?
There's a second print in blood.
It's a partial of a hand on the wall|next to the bodies.
I have keys. I called the cops from|the house! I touched the goddamn wall!
I panicked! I was panicked!
We need 12 people|who can see past all that.
-I touched the goddamn wall!|-I'd get in front of this fast.
I panicked! ls that a crime?
I didn't kill anybody.
This is a nightmare.
How am I going to convince anybody?|I'm innocent.
He's right, Alex.
People need to hear these things.
Christ, Eddie.
You're not happy tomorrow?|The next day?
We'll move over.
But right now, this moment... need immediate representation.
I have a 14-year-old stepdaughter...
...who I care more about|than anything in this world.
They wouldn't let me talk to her|from downtown.
They won't let me talk to her|now that I'm out!
We need to issue a statement.
He's a winner, Alex.
Just like you were.
And they'll never see him coming.
Jesus Christ.
I've got some tough phone calls I got to....
My place tomorrow.
You better be every fucking inch|as good as he says you are.
Not if they were giving it away.
Come on, Mary Ann.|Let's check out Yoshi's.
Another one of these, please.
Right away.
-No, no, no!|-Yes, yes, yes....
I want you loose and pliable|this afternoon.
Oh, Lord, this is $3,000.
You know what you should do?
You should buy it...
...wear it once, and then throw it away.
That will loosen you up.
I say spend it all.
If you never see your husband,|have a relationship with his money.
I swear...
...if Eddie wasn't afraid of me|shouting my mouth off...
...he would've put a cellulite clause|in the pre-nup.
Dr. Robert, I'm telling you.
He's the miracle man.|You've seen my new tits.
Who does it better than that?
It's not my tits I'm worried about.
Not too big....
Real or not?
They look real.
They must be real.
Feel them.
No, it's okay, really.
Go ahead. That's the ultimate test.|Come on.
Feel real?
Yes, absolutely real.
Dr. Robert.
When you're ready.
So, what do you think?
I don't care if they can hear me.|I don't care!
I don't like it here, Kevin.
And these women! My God, I mean,|I'm seeing things for Christ's sake!
-You just left them in the store?|-Yes!
-Calm down!|-No!
Listen to me!
You do this radical thing to your hair.
You hate it.
Stop. It's fine.
I think it's fine.|But I also think it's traumatic.
You've got the pressure of fitting in|with new friends.
A new place.
Add to that a couple bottles of wine.
No. It wasn't the wine, Kevin.
It wasn't the wine, or my hair,|or talking to Kathy...
...or anything like that!
Because I know|that's what you're gonna say.
What about Kathy?
What about your sister?
What about her? She's pregnant again.
That's got nothing to do with this.
Kevin, I never see you anymore.
And now that you've got this big case,|it's just only gonna get worse.
If you can believe it...
...l'm actually looking forward|to having your mother come and visit.
What about the apartment?
Goddamn you!
Why do you always|have to change things around?
This is not about the apartment!|I hate this stupid place!
You know... buy a couple new suits|and you're fine.
It's a little more than that.
I have this whole fucking place to fill!
I know we have money|and it's supposed to be fun, but it's not!
It's like a test.|The whole thing is like one big test.
And God...!
I am so lonely!
I miss you so much.
I'm sorry, baby.
I don't know what to do.
Let's make a baby.
Don't tease me.
I wouldn't do that.
Not unless you asked.
Oh, baby.
Do you have this view?
Make love to me.
What are you doing?
Oh, God.
Where are you?
I'm right here.
No, you're not.
-Why do we have to keep going--?|-Because it needs to be clear.
Because I need to know|and understand exactly...
...what happened.
You're standing there, you look down...
...there's the gun.
I don't know why I picked it up.
It was before I saw Elucinda's body.
You kneeled down to pick it up?
You work late, you come home,|you walk in, everybody's dead!
It's not something you plan for!
Stop. Back up.
Two prints by the gun.
"Right hand."
Right knee.
Right knee.
We've been over this.
I'm trying to picture it.
Your hand...
...your hand came from...
...inside and underneath?
Do you want to see it? Here.|I'll fucking show you.
See? Did you see it? Was it clear?
You got it?
Whose gun is that?
-It's mine!|-Are you out of your mind?
You're charged with a triple homicide,|you're walkin' around with a gun!
I have had nine death threats!
Give it over. Give me the gun.
I gotta protect myself.
That's my job. When the case is over,|you can have it back.
This is a deal breaker, Alex.
Let's wrap it up.
So, what's next?
We need to talk to your assistant,|Mrs. Black.
Call her.
Feel confident she'll back you on the time?
Melissa, yeah, yeah.
She's okay. She's a straight arrow.
We're going to talk to her...
...and you're not going|to talk to anybody, all right?
All right?
No comment.
There they are!
Kevin, how about a couple shots?
How's it feel to get|the biggest murder trial in New York?
Look over here! Are you really|going to plead Cullen not guilty?
What is happening?
Since the case,|Kevin's picture's been in the paper.
He always did like to stick his nose|in the camera.
-Sorry about that.|-No problem.
Did you have a nice dinner?
Oh, I surely did. Are you hungry?
Oh, no, ma'am. Thank you.
Welcome to Babylon, Ma.
Speak of the devil.
I was just telling them the Moyez story.
This is your mother.
Yes, Mom, this is....
John Milton.
Alice Lomax.
It's a pleasure to meet you.
How do you do?
-You're looking lovely.|-Thanks.
I believe you met Christabella.
Yes, I think we did.
And Gizelle.
Fresh in from Paris.
Nice to meet you.
Three for you...
...and my place.
Thanks for the champagne.
You're very welcome, Kevin.
This isn't really your first visit|to New York, now, is it, Mrs. Lomax?
You've done one hell of a job|bringing him up, Mrs. Lomax.
I'm sure... wasn't easy.
Mom, we're here.
Good night to you.
Good night, Mary Ann.
Kevin, hang on.
How about Cullen? How's it going?
Everything on beam?
That's a long conversation.
Want to come up and tell me?
Let's talk tomorrow.
You sure?
Is that what you're doing|when you're working late?
What're you talking about?
You know exactly what I'm talking about.
-That's ridiculous.|-Yeah, right.
I'm going to bed.
-Good night, Alice.|-'Night.
Oh, shit!
Mom, what are you doing?
I'm going home.
What are you talking about?
I don't feel right.
Look, you just got here.
And I just got my teeth kicked in|on the front page, so I gotta run.
We'll talk later, okay?
I have to go, Kevin.
I miss my church.
This is New York. There must be|20,000 churches. Take your pick.
You need to do a better job|with Mary Ann.
She is not well.
-This place is not good for her.|-So stay.
Take care of her, if you're so concerned.
Help me out.
I'll take her home if you let me.
This is home. Understand?
This is where we live.
I'm not going back to Gainesville.
"Wide is the gate...
"...and broad is the way|that leadeth to temptation."
It's a little early for Scripture.
I'm going to work.|You can do whatever you want.
Does my babysitter have to testify?
We need her to establish|the time you returned home.
She doesn't have a green card,|is why I ask.
I would hate for her to get in trouble.
Tell you what, Melissa....
Let's talk to her first. See where|she stands and take it from there.
I'll make sure Melissa|gets down to the car.
Mr. Cullen didn't kill those people.
I know him. He's a difficult man,|but he couldn't kill anyone.
That's why we're all working so hard.
Thank you.
Can I have the car stop|at my ex-husband's?
My son left his jacket there.
Remember, no shredding in the building|trash, only in the private refuse.
Excelsior Securities, who's handling that?
-I am.|-All this has got to go.
Guatemala, Sudan, Cyprus....
Vagada Holdings, it'll take you all night.|Just Vagada Holdings.
I thought I was the only one working late.
So did we.
Back to work. This is not a break.
Good news.
We wrapped up with Cullen's assistant.|Looks like a great alibi.
What a pleasant surprise.
Looks like you got your hands full.
It's just a little...
If anyone should ask... never saw this.
Who would ask?
Who's that?
Justice Department. Weaver Commission.
You don't know about him?
How nice for you.
Grab your coat. The night is young.|We're going to the Garden. Ringside.
Title fight.
Roy Jones, Jr.
I have to call Mary Ann.
Do it on the way.
Get my message?
I did. You write beautifully.
What's this Weaver Commission?
I don't like to micro-manage.
Find talent, then delegate.
Who the hell knows what Eddie's up to?
He's got a lot of fingers in a lot of pies.
Excuse me.
What the fuck are you looking at?
You. You deaf or something?|You don't hear me?
I hear you fine.
So get the fuck out of my car.
Why? I didn't know it was your car.|I'm having a good time here.
I'm telling you, motherfucker...
...get the fuck out of my car--
Get out before I cut your throat.
Fuck that.
How do you know--?
Enjoy yourself.
You still got time.
There's a train coming the other way.|You'll just catch it.
You'll thank me in the morning.
If you ain't right....
I'm right.
You'll see.
What did you say to him?
I told him if he didn't leave us alone,|you'd kick his ass.
Look, there's a lady getting up|from her seat. Come on.
Give it to him! You want this round?!|You are on!
Roy's gonna get him. Now, now, now!
-What a beauty!|-I'm glad you could come!
I want you to meet|my new heavyweight, here. Kevin Lomax.
How are you?
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