Finally got around to watching the latest episode of Harry's Law and thought it was the best yet. It was fun to see some complexity added to the Tommy Jefferson character. I think that Christopher McDonald, who plays Tommy, is a fine character actor and did an excellent job of handling the subtleties required by this week's show. Nathan Corddry, who plays Adam, is doing a great job, too. I particularly enjoyed his scene with the assistant DA who got a warrant for Damien's arrest on no evidence whatever. The discussion exposed a moral and legal conundrum where nobody won or everybody won, depending on your point of view.
Despite my profound disagreement with his Hollywood Lefty politics, I think David E. Kelley is one of the funniest men alive. If future episodes of Harry's Law entertain me as well as the most recent one did, I'll be around for awhile.