House makes a last ditch effort to avoid jail time.
Alicia attempts to obtain Lockhart/Gardner files as she prepares to leave the firm. Meanwhile, the firm hires Elsbeth Tascioni to represent them in a sexual harassment lawsuit brought on by an employee and Eli and Jackie disagree over how much influence she should have in Peter's administration. Carrie Preston Returns as Elsbeth Tascioni, Gary Cole Returns as Kurt McVeigh and Rita Wilson returns as Viola Walsh.
A woman is killed after her SUV is carjacked, and when Briscoe and Green finally locate the vehicle, there's a vial of SARS in the back. They find the killer, a young black man who signs a confession, knowing there's enough evidence against him to make his case almost hopeless. His victim, Anna Hopkins, worked for world-renowned biochemist/virologist Dr. Charles Blanchard, and he claims he knew nothing about the traveling SARS vial. But Anna's friend Kate tells a different story. She reveals to the cops that Anna would do anything Dr. Blanchard asked her to. Coincidentally, a SARS epidemic breaks out and the doctors at St. Mark's Hospital isolate "patient zero," a journalist named Janine Wilson, who just returned from a conference on infectious diseases in Toronto.
A porn star is murdered, and the prime suspect is her hot-headed publisher. However, when she is also murdered, the case become much more complicated.
Getting stuck in a Puerto Rican Day traffic jam brings about different responses from Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer.
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