But it turns out that solo violinist David Garrett spends up to 340 days a year living out of a suitcase, eating room-service food, his 299-year-old Stradivarius violin strapped to his back, probably the most precious rucksack in the world (it’s worth £3.6 million).
Alan helps Christine Pauley (Elizabeth Mitchell), an ex-lover whom he had committed, secure release from the mental hospital and Sally and Tara become concerned for Alan once it appears that Christine is stalking him; Denny finds himself at the end of a lawsuit when he comments on an opposing client's sex life.
Paul Lewiston and the senior partners plan to oust Denny from the firm, something Lori and Brad try to stop.
A client's major real estate project is slowed to a halt when a lawyer, Denny's estranged illegitimate son (Freddie Prinze, Jr.), files a temporary restraining order to save an endangered fish; Lori supervises Alan in a sexual harassment case where opposing counsel happens to be Christine; Sally is nervous about her first jury trial, especially when it becomes clear her client is guilty.
With his good looks and designer wardrobe, he’s the pin-up of the classical music world.
Tantalisingly single, he’s mobbed by screaming fans wherever he plays.