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All Rise Season 3 Episode 7 Recap: Lola Gets Upset

All Rise Season 3 Episode 7 Recap
All Rise Season 3 Episode 7 Recap

The third season of the previously canceled CBS legal drama All Rise, consisting of 20 episodes, will premiere on OWN in June 2022. The charming program will try to further develop the concept of “justice” in a constantly changing and nuanced social environment, beginning right where the second season left off, with Judge Lola Carmichael’s seat being challenged. This popular series may have discovered the best location for its particular variety of courtroom drama, with only a few cast changes and the majority of the familiar faces returning for another season.

All Rise is already one-third of the way through Season 3, which is hard to believe. This season has seen so many changes that the show has barely stabilized. Even though it begins with Emily Lopez and Sara Castillo briefly trapped in an elevator and contains stories about murder, arson, and car accidents, “Through the Fire” is, by that standard, a relatively calm episode. It’s more about the characters’ personal lives for an episode with that many crimes.

All Rise Season 3 Episode 7 Recap

William Banks’ murder trial has ended, and Sara and Emily manage to flee just in time for the jury to find Banks guilty despite his complete lack of repentance. He deliberately incites the victim’s husband to attack his victim, and when Sara tries to stop him, he strikes her and splits her lip. Lola Carmichael watches in disbelief from the bench as Mark Callan rushes to Sara’s aid. Lola and Mark later meet in the parking garage to talk about how Lola “felt like a referee” in Courtroom 802. Lola declining an invitation to a junior varsity basketball game puts an end to that depressing scene.

All Rise Season 3 Episode 7 Recap

All Rise is no longer on CBS, it now airs on the OWN

In another location, Luke Watkins meets with Cyrus, a suspect in an arson attack. He has experience with fire; after being detained for burglary, he had previously offered to assist in fighting wildfires. Before receiving an unexpected call from Gloria, the accused from “It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over,” asking Emily to find her sister Maddie, Emily checks on Sara. She worries about Maddie’s safety because she believes she is at the mansion of an Internet celebrity. Not as concerned as Amy and Mark Quinn, who see a hit-and-run after the basketball game. Let’s give All Rise credit for Mark rushing to the victim’s aid right away and dialing 911 as opposed to having him maintain the clichéd dramatic shocked stare for 30 seconds.

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Jump To Something Else

Unexpectedly, the show doesn’t continue; instead, it updates Lola’s childcare situation (Robin has enrolled Bailey in an expensive daycare, so Sherri Kansky is already looking for alternatives), then cuts to Luke trying and failing to negotiate a plea deal. Viewers don’t learn any more until Lola’s ex, Andre Armstrong, enters Amy’s office. Andre explains that the child operating the vehicle was both the owner’s son and the team mascot (hence the furry suit). The owner, therefore, anticipates that their company will represent him in any criminal proceedings. Andre is expelled from Amy’s office after she reminds him she is a witness. In the third season of All Rise, Amy Quinn is undoubtedly the most rational character.

In Mark’s case, the newcomer from Season 3, Episode 2, “The Game,” Teddy Biswas, must be told the same. He quips that even though he works as a deputy district attorney, he still gets to see “some of the wonderful things that happen outside this office.” He advises Teddy to work out a deal with the DUI suspect because the victim wasn’t seriously hurt. Sara declines to file a police report against the man who hit her, so Mark ends their conversation to check on her. Before Luke learns that his client’s father was friends with the presiding judge Thomas Marshall, All Rise cuts to Emily witnessing sketchy activity outside the McMansion. The prosecution also wants to file additional charges.


On the other hand, the DUI suspect enters a plea of no contest, but just as Lola is about to confirm the plea formally, Andre interrupts. Lola is unhappy to see or have him interfere with her plans. Because of how smarmy Andre acts, Teddy asks Lola if she knows him personally, but Lola refuses. The prosecution calls an arson investigator back into Judge Marshall’s court, and he uses Cyrus’ prior employment with Cal Fire against him. Teddy discovers Sara working on a resignation email after Emily has forced Maddie out of the McMansion. Sara tells Teddy how much harder it is to be a victim’s advocate. Teddy tries to reassure her awkwardly.

Only 22 arson investigators work for Los Angeles County, according to Luke’s interview with Cyrus’ former Cal Fire supervisor, who gushes about Cyrus’ abilities as a volunteer firefighter and praises him for being a fantastic person. Luke is aware that this implies that one investigator would visit numerous fire scenes. He returns to his client and inquires about the possibility that Cyrus might have accidentally started the fire by grabbing a torch instead of a fire extinguisher. Cyrus’ expression is nothing compared to Mark’s “oh God” reaction when Teddy asks if Lola and Andre are acquainted. He decides not to respond to the query. When Teddy returns to court, Andre has the DUI suspect dressed in his full mascot costume, leaving Teddy in the dark.

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Lola Gets Upset

Lola reprimands Teddy for implying that she might have a conflict of interest after threatening to hold Andre in contempt. Before summoning the arson investigator back to the witness stand, Luke continues to delve into his past. Once there, he uses the man’s cell phone records to repeatedly demonstrate that he was present at each fire scene before any fires were reported. The prosecutor then promises to imprison the arson “investigator” while Judge Marshall drops the charges against Cyrus. In Courtroom 802, Mark is called as a witness by Andre, who questions his sobriety on the night of the hit-and-run. Before calling Sara into his office, Mark tells Teddy to reduce the charges to a misdemeanor and makes another little gesture.

She apologizes for being AWOL for several days, but he tells her she has too many people counting on her to disappear. “You are the strongest person I know. You’ve got this,” he tells her, hugging her. Following that touching scene, Gloria scolds her sister for trying to hook up with an Internet want-to-be (it doesn’t work out well), and Cyrus’ former boss offers him a new position as a part of a new firefighting program. Mark hears about Luke’s victory and tells Amy—who was unaware of Andre’s antics—about it. Before telling Mark that she appreciates his patience while she continues to deal with her ex-husband, she makes a promise to bring that up with Andre.

All Rise Season 3 Trailer

Where To Watch All Rise?

All Rise airs on Tuesdays at 20:00 hrs, Eastern Time, United States, on OWN. Alternatively, you can stream it on the OWN app, Hulu, Fubo TV, DirecTV, and HBO Max. Also, you can buy the episodes from Amazon Direct Video, Google Play, Vudu Fandango, Apple iTunes, and the Microsoft Store.

All Rise Season 3 Episode 8 Release Date

All Rise Season 3 Episode 8 will release on July 26, 2022, at 20:00 hrs, Eastern Time, United States, on OWN.

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