At the beginning of the season, Billy said something about having the jury do anything he wanted. He loved the jury. Well, he proved it in the last scene when the jury gave him everything he wanted. Right at the end, a juror smiles at Billy. Juries love him. Which means, Billy is back. At least less of a drunk.
Borns Tech was developing a weapon. A big weapon. It was a cluster bomb. It uses some kind of fuel. It’s the fuel that was the real weapon … the cluster bomb was just the delivery method. Ryan Larson volunteered to dump the fuel because they had a surprise inspection. In other words, he took one for the team.
I assume that he wrote out the suicide notes. So, I mean, technically, he did commit suicide. But why would he write some notes about it? Because he wanted to protect his family? Or some corporation?
The case follows Billy McBride (Billy Bob Thornton), an alcoholic attorney. Billy used to be the named partner at Cooperman McBride, a prestigious law firm. Billy gets a case from Patty Solis-Papagian (Nina Arianda), a loud-mouth, bullish attorney/real estate agent.