Its all about the numbers this week in the world of Alicia Florrick. How many families make up a class action suit? How much of the youth vote can Peter count on? And most important, how many votes does it take to oust a conniving partner? In "Real Deal," nothing is at it seems, from a lawyer with suspect motives to a business associate spying on his own colleagues. Ironically, the most honest man in the room appears to be the one who spent time in prison.
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