Apr 04, 2011 10:00 PMTV Network - NBC
We do not wish to enter into any sort of discussion herein about what "Harry's Law" may have done incorrectly this season and what, potentially, it could have done better. What we believe is this - David E. Kelley has a knack for putting together some truly outstanding season finales (see the final moments of the second to last season of "Boston Legal") and we're hoping that he manages to do the same again tonight. He certainly has actors capable of it and years of experience under his belt and Camryn Manheim will be guest starring tonight and she's been quite good in more than one David E. Kelley season finale (Paul McCrane will again be on too, and as we all know, he'd give his arm for a big episode).
May 27, 2012TV Network - NBC
When she tanked her real career and began her own version of being a bowling alley lawyer (she is a shoe store lawyer here and as everyone knows, bowling is all about the shoes), Harry Korn knew that she had an uphill battle. Win, lose, or draw, that battle ends tonight. At least, the televised portion of it ends -- NBC opted to not renew the show for a third season and consequently this is the last episode we'll be getting. So, tune in one last time and simply be happy that Kathy Bates is there to make everything good.
Mar 11, 2012TV Network - NBC
And here you thought that lawyers didn't work on Sundays. "Harry's Law" is moving to Sundays beginning tonight and that means no complaining that you can never find a lawyer on Sunday nights any more. Don't go and tell us that you've never tried to look for a lawyer on Sunday nights, we can't be the only person who has needed legal counsel on Sunday nights. Yes, for us Sunday nights is when we've finally woken up from Friday night binging and consequently our first opportunity since Friday to get help... hey that may explain some stuff. Any way, "Harry's Law" airs Sundays beginning this very evening.
Jan 24, 2011TV Network - NBC
Following last week's premiere of "Harry's Law," this week's episode sports two pretty good guest stars, Jordana Spiro and Christopher McDonald. We're not exactly sure who Spiro is going to be on the show (although there is the mention of a 'beautiful woman' and that seems likely to be her), but we're virtually certain that McDonald will play opposing counsel on of the night's cases. We're led to believe that because the same listing that says 'beautiful woman' describes McDonald as playing the opposing counsel on the case, and that's really probably pretty trustworthy (but not valid in court).