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Patrick Flanagan (Character)
from "L.A. Law" (1986)
- "L.A. Law"
- Finish Line (1994) TV episode, Played by Steven Eckholdt
- Whistle Stop (1994) TV episode, Played by Steven Eckholdt
- How Am I Driving? (1994) TV episode, Played by Steven Eckholdt
- Tunnel of Love (1994) TV episode, Played by Steven Eckholdt
- Dead Issue (1994) TV episode, Played by Steven Eckholdt
Patrick Flanagan: You wanted to see me?
Leland McKenzie: Yes, it's about the Rudolph case.
Patrick Flanagan: I know that Arnold says I engineered the whole thing and went behind his back, but that's really not the case. He's just jealous that I thought up of the settlement before he did. This all has been a misunderstanding.
Leland McKenzie: You know, Patrick... you always seem to have a perfectly logical answer and explanation to every question, every issue, and every accusation that is brought to you. A little too perfect, I might add. I always looked upon McKenzie Brackman as a family then a law firm. I want the people who work for me to be happy and I also want them to be honorable. However, there are some cases and clients that we will not take on. There are some things we will not do.
Patrick Flanagan: I don't believe I did anything wrong in this case, sir. Becker just has it out for me because he thinks I upstaged him with this case over...
Leland McKenzie: [cutting him off; firm tone] I don't want to talk about Arnold Becker. I want to talk about you. I will not tolerate lying or deception from anyone that works for me, not even from you. I am going to ask you one question this one time, and I want you to look me in the eye and tell me the truth. Your answer will stay in this office between you and me. No one else will know. If you tell me the truth, I will stand by you and help you out any way I can.
Patrick Flanagan: All right.
Leland McKenzie: Did you secretly meet with Mr. Rudolph and forced or intimidated him into accepting a nine million dollar settlement to be sent from him to our firm and then afterwords, under Mr. Rudolph's behalf, did you give assurances to Arnold Becker that Mr. Rudolph's daughter would not testify against him?
Patrick Flanagan: [short pause; impassive tone] No, I did not.
[there is another pause as Leland is clearly not sure this time if Patrick is telling the truth -which he is not-; but Leland seems to accept it anyway and lets the matter drop]
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