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Jonathan Rollins (Character)
from "L.A. Law" (1986)

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Jonathan Rollins was hired as a new graduate from Harvard Law school... See more »


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  1. "L.A. Law"
        - Finish Line (1994) TV episode, Played by Blair Underwood
        - Whistle Stop (1994) TV episode, Played by Blair Underwood
        - How Am I Driving? (1994) TV episode, Played by Blair Underwood
        - Tunnel of Love (1994) TV episode, Played by Blair Underwood
        - Dead Issue (1994) TV episode, Played by Blair Underwood
          (144 more)

  2. Mickey's 60th Birthday (1988) (TV) Played by Blair Underwood
    ... aka "Mickey's 60th Birthday Anniversary Shorts Programme" - USA (video title)

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From "L.A. Law: Bound for Glory (#4.16)" (1990)
Gretchen Wynn: It wasn't that his frog would have won. I don't know it would've even budged. It was very obese.
Jonathan Rollins: Why did you disqualify it?
Gretchen Wynn: Because it was dangerous. He's trying to enter this giant African thing with teeth, and I had to be concerned for the other frogs.
Michael Roitman: Come on, Your Honor.
Judge Walter Green: Mr. Roitman.
Gretchen Wynn: It's true. The people spend a lot of money on them. They're like pampered athletes. And if one of them gets eaten by his entrant, then we've got a lawsuit on our hands.
Michael Roitman: Move to strike, Your Honor, there's no evidence that my client's frog eats it's competition.
Judge Walter Green: Denied.
Gretchen Wynn: I'm sorry, but the committee couldn't consider this a normal frog within the spirit of the rules. And we felt that disqualification was warranted.
Jonathan Rollins: Thank you, Mrs. Wynn.
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