He acted as the lawyer for R. Kelly during the case of whether or not the singer would be convicted for having sexual relations with a fourteen year old girl, as well as urinating on her. Despite obviously being wrong, he persuaded the jury against the evidence Tom DuBois had to convict Robert Kelly. This included a video of R. Kelly urinating on the girl, showing his face in the video, and reciting his social security number aloud. He used such tactics as R. Kelly's popularity, and Tom being married to a white woman to sway the crowd. He joined in with the rest of the R. Kelly supporters after he was acquitted of all charges, and won the case.
- "The Trial of R. Kelly" (only appearance)