A father who has sole custody of his troubled son wants the boy to undergo a procedure that will erase the memory of his abusive mother from his mind, but the mom is fighting to stop it; a woman sues a couple after witnessing them having sex in a moving car, claiming it caused her emotional distress because she was traveling with a group of kids at the time.
The parents of an abducted 15-year-old girl, who was implanted with a child-safety tracking device, sue the company that manufactured the implant because it failed to find their daughter before she was harmed. Apparently, her attacker tried to locate the tracker and cut it out of her body. In another case, a woman claims her fiancé is in breach of their prenuptial agreement even before they get married. Tom: Nestor Carbonell. Lee May: Kristin Lehman.
A physician (Richard Thomas) at a fertility clinic is sued by a couple who claim he deliberately failed to tell them that their unborn child will be gay. Also: a woman is accused of stealing her ex-boyfriend's personality by programming his unique traits into several items around her house. When he takes the items, he's arrested for robbery. Dennis: Phillip Rhys. Soraya: Sarah Shahi. Claire: Rebecca McFarland. Julian: Shawn Pyfrom. George: Gregory Jbara.
A mentally challenged man, whose intelligence was greatly enhanced by an experimental neural implant, seeks to sue the government when funding for the project is cut. The decision he faces is to either keep the implant but die within a few years, or have it removed and go back to his former mental capacity. In another case, a man sues a woman he slept with for emotional distress after discovering that she has a male organ, which she had surgically attached to her body.
A baseball player with a bionic eye sues the league after he's told his enhanced vision gives him an unfair advantage and, therefore, he's not allowed to play; a woman files for divorce, claiming that her husband violated their agreement to not have a family when he allowed some elderly relatives to live with them; several of Darwin's former legal assistants sue the firm, claiming he verbally abused them. Teddy: Zachery Bryan. Paikin: Gerard Sanders.
A woman claims she was raped by a man even though he was miles away. She says he experienced having sex with her via transmitters that were unwittingly ingested by her boyfriend, allowing the alleged rapist to feel every sensation the woman's boyfriend doess while he is intimate with her. In another case, a 12-year-old actor sues to be emancipated from his parents because they won't allow him to take a drug that will keep him from growing up. The boy fears that if he ages, his TV show will be canceled and fans will no longer love him.
A dad (David Paymer) wants to clone his ailing 7-year-old son so that a portion of the clone's liver can be transplanted into the boy, replacing his defective one. But the reproductive procedure is banned in the U.S. Elsewhere, an aging member of a music group sues his fellow band members when they refuse to let him take part in a comeback tour because he looks too old. T.J.: Anthony Zerbe. Alex: J.B. McEown. Chin: B.D. Wong. Jason: Donnelly Rhodes. Melanie: Doris Chillcott.