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'Harry's Law': Kathy Bates Is Hit By a Suicide Jumper, Then a Car (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Jan 18th 2011 7:40AM
Kathy Bates Is Harriett in 'Harry's Law'If one brief but significant moment can change a person's entire life, imagine what three in one morning can do. In the series premiere of 'Harry's Law' (Mon., 10PM ET on NBC), Harriet "Harry" Korn is (first) fired from her job as a patent attorney.

Next, she inadvertently breaks the fall of a suicidal jumper. She leaves the hospital with no broken bones and feels as though, "All of a sudden it was the first day of the rest of--"

But she never finishes the thought because Harry gets hit by a car -- third incident, second visit to the hospital. Again, not a single broken bone, as she'd landed on a mattress being conveniently unloaded by some movers. And then begins the rest of her life.

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Jim Sweet

I couldn't agree with Claudia more, Hollywood needs to do what they are being paid to do and that is perform there art's " Entertainment " just because they are rich and famous and have a platform, the TV or movie screen doesn't give them the right to influence the week minded, my word to you Hollywood is perform your art's and let the politicians that WE THE PEOPLE elect take care of this country's policies.

January 18 2011 at 12:08 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
claudia

This premier started as very entertaining but the writers of this progressive media station on Channel 4 JUST could not resist ruining the show by ramming an unsuspecting audience with their left winged political agenda. So I I changed the station midhsow and will not tune in again. Wake up writers as I consider myself not unique; the majority of your TV audience tunes nightly into TV entertainment to seek a few moments of escape from the burgeoning realities that assail us all and wait us daily. Therefore- I do not need to be forced to listen to a biased diatribe between two feuding attorneys whose out of control antics would have sharply been curtailed by any fair and disciplined judge on the bench - very contrary to this judges portrayal who silently smiles with complicity. Of course the script includes calling the conservative lawyer an "ass-hole" by the world class brilliance of a patent attorney unfamiliar with criminal proceedings but yet- she ascends to closing arguments worthy of a pulitzer. The conservative attorney was depicted by writers as a rambling idiot who is stupidly aligned with a republican party and no lack of mention how that party is out of touch with the American people. So here is a special message to the show writers- apparently you are all living in a glass bubble- it was the common vote of the American people that caused the recent House upset enabling a restoration of legislative balance to the hijackings of the left. I also am tired of the repeated attacks for my views by the left wonged medial for not embracing the socialist direction of a wonderful country that was founded on freedom and Capitalism. I resent being stereo typed as an uninformed hillbilly, racist, gun slinging, right winged radical and htis show is already playing on that message. So since the writers of this NBC premier cannot stay out of my living room with their radical ideas about legalizing cocaine or be damned with their condescension--- I will no longer be tuning into this show. Further more half of the left Hollywood elite has been in drug rehab; I do hope that Rush Limbaugh sues the station for defamation of character. No wonder Channel 4 has the worst ratings.

January 18 2011 at 8:57 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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