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Leslie Walker (Character)
from "Soap" (1977)

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  1. "Soap"
        - Episode #4.10 (1981) TV episode, Played by Marla Pennington
        - Episode #4.6 (1980) TV episode, Played by Marla Pennington
        - Episode #4.3 (1980) TV episode, Played by Marla Pennington
        - Episode #4.2 (1980) TV episode, Played by Marla Pennington
        - Episode #4.1 (1980) TV episode, Played by Marla Pennington
          (12 more)

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From "Soap: Episode #3.7" (1979)
[Leslie's ex has shown up, interrupting Billy and Leslie's evening]
Charlie: Kid, run along, huh? I've got some business to discuss with Mrs. Walker.
Leslie: He's not leaving, Charlie, you are.
Billy: Leslie, please. I'll handle this. I'm not leaving Charlie, you are.
Charlie: Look, sonny, either you take a walk or I bounce you down the stairs.
[Charlie starts towards Leslie and Billy twists his arm behind his back]
Billy: I'm only gonna say this once, so you'd better pay attention. You've been asked to leave and you've been asked nicely. Leslie has asked you and now I'm telling you. I'm a fourth-degree black belt in karate a third-degree master in tai chi, so if you stay here and choose to make trouble, I'm going to hurt you very, very badly. So what's it gonna be?
Charlie: I just dropped by to say hello.
Billy: And?
Charlie: And I've said it.
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