Christine begins going to therapy, but she is attracted to her therapist, Max.
They eventually abandon Christine's therapy and strike up a relationship instead.
According to Betancourt there "seemed to be a gap between the show and the fans and their access to the show, and Twitter really seemed to close it." The fifth episode "Hardwired" was widely noted for confirming that B. Because of cap restraints, the credits were set to be spread out over two years — 7,000 in 2013 and million in 2014.
Christine Lahti played the new executive assistant district attorney, Sonya Paxton, for five episodes, starting with the first episode through to the fourth episode.
New Christine announces that she is pregnant, causing Richard to rekindle his relationship with her and New Christine eventually gives birth to a baby girl.
Meanwhile, Barb becomes engaged to a reluctant Dave.
The early ratings for the fifth season were lower than previous seasons, but the 14th episode of the season reached 8.3 million viewers, the highest viewership the show had received in the Wednesday night timeslot. There was speculation that ABC would pick up the show, but the negotiations between Warner Brothers and ABC were slow.
While the future of the show was uncertain at CBS, ABC had shown interest in the series on several occasions, and on May 3, 2010, Deadline Hollywood reported that ABC was in negotiations with Warner Bros. In June 2010, Deadline Hollywood reported that ABC were no longer interested in picking up the show.
SYTYCD/Nigel went to great lengths during his season to force him into a showmance with one of the female dancers, and he seemed eternally mortified by it all. I still had fantasies of him railing Kent's hot ass though.
She returned briefly in the eighth episode, where she clashed with Cabot.
She played Jo Marlowe, the new assistant district attorney for a four-episode arc.
, Laurel Healy (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) has returned home to Washington, DC to work for her brother, Senator Luke Healy (Danny Pino) on Capitol Hill.
She is caught in the midst of two huge problems: the government has stopped working due to budgetary disagreements, and mysterious bugs are eating the brains of a growing number of members of Congress and Hill staffers.