A typical right of passage, a cliche event that all would be lawyers must go through. Involves two months of unbelievably boring lectures, followed by spending the rest of the day studying in a law library or other similarly isolated and secluded environment. During this time, neuroses begin to surface such as increased nervousness, irritability, depression, despondency, etc... Behavioral defects also begin to arise such as exponentially increased drinking, smoking, nervous twitches, unwise relationship choices or sexual encounters (i.e. cheating), and possibly erratic, uncommon, or unorthodox behavior. Culminates in an extremely difficult two day exam, after which candidates must wait months to discover whether or not they actually passed.
"Man, what's gotten into that guy and that girl from the bar review course, all they do is make out in the law library while the rest of us are studying for the bar exam."