Scarlet and David's affair is front-page news, and Scarlet is terrified of the disapproval of the private school mothers.
Cleaver and Barney defend a man accused of severing his neighbour's penis with garden shears after an escalating dispute over a birthday party.
Missy is on trial for murdering her fiancé. The only way Cleaver can save her is to expose the conspiracy to murder Joshua.
Having been ditched by Barney, a bitter Cleaver represents a peeping tom and laments the lack of cases coming his way.
Missy's book about her life as a prostitute has caused a sensation, with everyone in town speculating about who the characters really are.
Cleaver's affair with the premier is proving costly when her husband, Attorney General Cal McGregor, begins a campaign of harassment against him.
Never out of the headlines for long, Cleaver is caught having an affair with the premier of New South Wales, making himself an enemy of her husband.
While being shadowed by a boy who bought "A Day With a Lawyer," Keegan (Greg Kinnear) represents a middle-aged man and his doting mother who have each confessed to the same crime. Guest starring Brian Baumgartner and Debra Mooney.
At one of their regular swingers' parties, Mick Corella's wife, Kirsty, runs into an old school friend, who is found dead the next day.
As Barney starts to rebound from his recent marriage woes, Joe Sandilands is named as one of the MPs who patronise Club Jules.
Attorney General Joe Sandilands is ambushed in a radio interview by a shock jock about gang violence and the rape of a young girl.
Cleaver takes on a case defending a once-famous but now homeless artist who is accused of murdering a 15-year-old male prostitute in a city back lane.
A bad day only gets worse when Cleaver is confronted with a front-page story calling his nemesis David Potter a hero.
Cleaver and Barney take on the case of a woman who made headlines by seducing a juror for information after her daughter was found guilty of murder.
Cleaver is presented with a case he can't resist when a world-renowned economist is accused of cannibalism.
The producers and cast give a sneak peek into the new legal drama starring Greg Kinnear ("Little Miss Sunshine," "The Kennedys").
Keegan feels joining Ben's firm will be the worst, most soul-sucking experience of his life.
Keegan's told he needs to crash elsewhere after Ben's kids find him drunk and hungover in the morning.
Keegan's Amish clients help buy him a little more time to settle his debts with Roy.
Keegan's arrogance in a poker game drives away Tony Hawk, who was supposed to come to Finn's school auction.
Keegan Deene may be a mess, but he always has time for a friend. What would Keegan do if his assistant, Leanne, had a meltdown?
Keegan doesn't think Glenn's good enough for Maddy.
Getting knocked to the floor in a bar bathroom is enough for Keegan to promise to cough up $15,000 of what he owes in gambling debts.
Regretting his decision to represent confessed serial killer Jack Tarrant as payment for a late night poker win, Keegan asks to be excused from the case.
Keegan tries to get in on Glenn and Maddy's lunch together, reminiscing about their bizarre love triangle.
Lucy Marks (guest star Michelle Forbes) asks Keegan to throw their case in order to the make the city look accountable for her daughter's conviction.
Keegan is on the receiving end of a reminder that he's $67,000 in the hole.
Keegan learns about his travel and expense account privileges.
Guest star Anthony Anderson has something going for him that none of Keegan's other clients have - innocence.
Maddy's boyfriend (guest star Jeffrey Nordling) takes her on a New Age retreat that includes a childbirth simulation.
Leanne reveals that one of Max Fawcett''s clients, actor Dutch Sullivan, is in the closet.
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