It's always difficult to find out you have anything in common with your nemesis. But that's just what Kate Reed is about to learn in this week's Fairly Legal episode, "What They Seem." Check out an exclusive video clip from the episode here!WARNING: There is the possibility of Fairly Legal spoilers in what follows. We accept no responsibility for any mental anguish this may cause.
The central case in "What They Seem" deals with an accusation of police brutality made against the San Francisco Police Department (and, by extension, Justin). Kate and Ben end up representing the victim of the alleged brutality. Can we say conflict of personal interests?What do you need to know about Ben? Click here for an interview with Ryan Johnson
In the Fairly Legal
video clip below, we get to see a moment in which Kate finds herself compared to Ben. Needless to say, she is not happy about this.
- What do the dispatch tapes say about the case of the week? They do seem to be very important. Or maybe it's just important that Ben had them without Kate's knowledge.
- Nice use of a tablet there, Ben? Can all tablets provide such clear testimony?
- It seems that Ben's video features a police officer caught up in the police-brutality scandal?
- It's always fun when Kate does something lawyer-y and then has to spend the rest of the episode atoning for that mistake.
- Kate's leap across her desk brings up a serious issue with keeping candy in one's workspace: It always ends up on the floor. Always. Such a waste!
Now, let's play the Identify Leo's Movie Quotes game (in which we will conveniently ignore the incredibly bad impressions that come along with these quotes)!
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- "I am your father." -- Star Wars, obviously
- "No Mr. Bond, I expect you to die!" -- Some James Bond movie. I never figured out which one.
- "You can't handle the truth!" -- A Few Good Men
- "I'll be back." -- Terminator, although I can never quite remember if it's the first one or the second one. Both maybe?
The next Fairly Legal
episode, "What They Seem" airs on Friday, April 20 at 9pm on USA.(Image and video courtesy of USA)