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Daniel Morales (Character)
from "L.A. Law" (1986)

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"L.A. Law: Where There's a Will (#7.14)" (1993)
Leland McKenzie: [Daniel Morales and Leland McKenzie have arrived to see Frank Osgood in the cell and got some important news about Phillip Tice] Well, the judge has thrown out your conviction.
Frank Osgood: I'm free?
Leland McKenzie: No. No. Unfortunately, they... the D.A. refuses to drop the indictment.
Frank Osgood: What is that mean?
Daniel Morales: You're entitled to a new trial.
Frank Osgood: How many trials do I have to win?
Daniel Morales: Tice is dead, man, so as a career criminal and the D.A. is not totally convinced, so they offered the deal.
Leland McKenzie: The D.A. will agree to time served. It could be on the street by tonight.
Frank Osgood: I'm innocent, but you want me to plead guilty?
Leland McKenzie: That's up to you. You'll tell the court your guilt, you walk out that door. Once you're free, you can tell the world the truth that you're innocent.
Frank Osgood: For 34 years, I've been telling the truth. I'm not about to start lying now. I'll take the trial.
[Daniel and Leland will wait. But right now, Frank is sitting in the cell and wait til he's figuring out to take the trial]

Daniel Morales: How can you continue to doubt this man innocence? The murderer were confessed. And Manzo backed him up.
A.D.A. Susan Jenkins: They're crooks.
Leland McKenzie: Well, at least unavailable and I have this case never would have gone at trial.
A.D.A. Susan Jenkins: They were available. You didn't follow through.
Leland McKenzie: So Frank Osgood should continue to pay the price?
A.D.A. Susan Jenkins: If we drop the charges, the D.A. could be sued for Osgood's false imprisonment.
Leland McKenzie: Will the District Attorney's office actually keep an innocent man locked up for fear of the civil suit? Ms. Jenkins, as an officer of the court, I ask you to reconsider. Is this the justice you and I sought to obtained? I made a mistake. And Frank Osgood spent nearly half his life in jail. You must fight this. Because believe me, it would become your nightmare, too. And I assure you, it would hunt you.

Judge Myron Swaybill: [the Honorable Judge Myron Swaybill presiding] Be seated. Ms. Jenkins, Mr. Morales, I am setting trial on this matter for April 3rd.
[Ms. Jenkins interrupted for a minute of the decision]
A.D.A. Susan Jenkins: Your Honor, that won't be necessary. The people believe in light of Mr. Osgood's 34 years of incarceration and the difficulty of proving our case. It's no longer in the public's interest to retry him.
Judge Myron Swaybill: So ordered.
[to Frank Osgood]
Judge Myron Swaybill: Mr. Osgood, you're a free man. Case dismissed. This court is adjourned.
[Frank Osgood is now a free man and give thanks to Daniel Morales]
Frank Osgood: Thanks, Morales.
[Frank shaking hands with Daniel and gives hug to Frank. Leland McKenzie is in shock]
Daniel Morales: Congratulations, man.
[Frank Osgood walks to Leland McKenzie]
Frank Osgood: McKenzie?
[Frank gives a shake hands with Leland McKenzie and thank everything for saving Frank Osgood]
Frank Osgood: Thanks.
[Frank will be escorted by the bailiff and get his clothes change from jail as a free man. Leland give thanks to A.D.A. Susan Jenkins]
Leland McKenzie: Thank you. Thank you such much.

Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Oh, for heaven's sakes. What's wrong with Benny? No bagels. No bear claws.
Arnie Becker: No, blame L.A.'s finest who have us surrounded.
Gwen Taylor: It's been under surveillance is no picnic, Arnie, but I'm trying to go about my daily routines, so... let's get on with business.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Couldn't put it better myself. First up, everyone's favorite. Innocent convict. People vs. Osgood.
Leland McKenzie: Well, the bad news is Phillip Tice who confessed to the Halliday murder, uh, recently died. On the upside, I have secured an address on the missing witness. Daniel and I plan on paying him a visit.
Daniel Morales: Assuming the address is current.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Let's hope so because this could be for Frank Osgood's last chance. Next. People vs. Darcy.
Melina Paros: Anton Darcy is a longtime family friend. The grand jury indicted him for arranging his father's murder. I believe he's being framed.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: What do you know the grand jury doesn't?
Melina Paros: Come on, Douglas, the grand jury with an indictable bologna sandwich has the D.A. wanted.
Leland McKenzie: Doesn't the D.A. have a confession?
Melina Paros: Not from our client, the police have another suspect in custody who's been offered a deal, now he's pointing the finger at Anton to save himself.
Jonathan Rollins: Because the trial's been expedited, I've been helping Melina, and I'll step in as needed.
[Leland gives cheers to Jonathan while drinking his glass of orange juice]
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Keep us posted.

Leland McKenzie: [Knocking the door is the address of a missing witness] Hey, Peter?
Peter Manzo: Yeah?
[Answering and opening the door in his apartment is the witness Peter Manzo]
Peter Manzo: Yeah?
Leland McKenzie: Mr. Manzo?
Peter Manzo: Who are you?
Leland McKenzie: We're attorneys. We like to ask you a few questions about a client. A man named Frank Osgood.
Daniel Morales: Is the name familiar?
Peter Manzo: Could be.
Daniel Morales: What about the name Felicia Halliday?
Peter Manzo: What about it?
Daniel Morales: In 1959, you allegedly told your probation officer, you saw someone leaving the scene of Felicia Halliday's murder.
Peter Manzo: 1959's a long time ago. Maybe I forgot.
Leland McKenzie: It's possible, Frank Osgood has spent the last 34 years wrongly in prison. I put him there. If you saw anything that night that supports his innocence, we've very much like to hear it.
Peter Manzo: What's in it for me?
Daniel Morales: You have the power to free an innocent man who suffered a terrible justice.
Peter Manzo: Yeah, what's in it for me?
Daniel Morales: You'll be a hero, Mr. Manzo. Get your name in the papers, on TV, a tabloid has probably even paid you some cash for your story.
Peter Manzo: Oh, yeah?

Daniel Morales: Mr. Manzo, where were you at a time?
Peter Manzo: Well, like I told you I was on the 2nd floor landing, somebody come out of Felicia Halliday's apartment and I ran downstairs.
Daniel Morales: Did you recognize the man?
Peter Manzo: Yeah, with Phil Kight. One of my best customers.
Daniel Morales: How so?
Peter Manzo: Well, I used to sell 'em junk, and well at this time he was in a hell of a hurry. And he had a necklace in his hands.
Daniel Morales: How can you be sure it was a necklace?
Peter Manzo: He yanked us suspicious to me. So I followed him outside. When he got out there, he threw whatever he had in his hand down to storm to me. After he left, I finished to that... there was a necklace all full of blood.
Daniel Morales: Your Honor, will recall that Phillip Tice confessed to strangling Felicia Halliday with her necklace. Mr. Manzo, what became of the necklace?
Peter Manzo: Well, I washed the blood open took it downtown and fenced it. After that, I don't know what happened to it.
Daniel Morales: Nothing further.

Daniel Morales: Let's go to bed.
Gwen Taylor: Oh, God.
[Telephone ringing. Gwen answer the phone]
Gwen Taylor: Hello?
Linda Salerno: [Stalker Linda Salerno's voice on the phone] Gwen?
Gwen Taylor: What if I ever done to you? Why can you leave us alone?
Linda Salerno: [Stalker's voice] I took a vow with Daniel. And since you stole my husband. I want to share the same vow with you, till death do us part.
Gwen Taylor: [Gwen confronting her stalker Linda Salerno on the telephone] Daniel is not your husband. You are not his wife. And if you think I'm gonna spent my life this way, you are wrong. If you want me, come and get me.


"L.A. Law: Hello and Goodbye (#7.13)" (1993)
[Back and returned to the courthouse, Daniel has mysteries to be solved in the hall. But there's someone renew Daniel's acquaintance. Her name is Linda Salerno]
Linda Salerno: Daniel?
Daniel Morales: Well, hi. I'm sorry, I didn't know.
Linda Salerno: Linda.
Daniel Morales: Right.
Linda Salerno: I, uh, I changed my hair.
Daniel Morales: Yeah. What you are doing in LA?
Linda Salerno: Hmm. Move down a couple a months ago. I found a new a court reporting job. Of course, if I known there was so expensive, I might have stayed in Santa Barbara.
Daniel Morales: Yeah, listen, I gotta go.
Linda Salerno: Well, it's... listen, you look great. The city is treating you well.
Daniel Morales: Actually, it's not.
Linda Salerno: Really? Can I help?
Daniel Morales: No. No thanks. I'll see you later.
[Linda grab while holding Daniel's shoulders to give hugs]
Linda Salerno: If there's something I can do, please let me know.
[Daniel nodded his head. And Linda Salerno gives Daniel a kiss. Daniel just left. And Linda has to find out who she is like in Fatal Attraction]

[Gwen kisses Lucy, the baby girl, hold by her loved father Daniel, and she back and reunited. Gwen is wounded in her left arm. And Gwen is going to be all right]
Daniel Morales: Oh, yes.
Gwen Taylor: She was in the ladies room?
Roxanne Melman: Yes. She was just sitting there waiting to be found.
[Gwen and Daniel want to thank Roxanne who helped found Lucy]
Daniel Morales: Oh, sweetheart. Thank God, you're all right.
Roxanne Melman: Look how, she's so happy to be back with her daddy.
[But Warren McElroy knocking the door and has made something important]
Warren McElroy: I notify the Santa Barbara Police Department, they've assign an officer to parents, round-the-clock.
Daniel Morales: You should come with me.
Warren McElroy: Daniel, you need to get Lucy to a safe place. And this woman still out there nobody knows what she wants. At least for the two of you apart and focuses split.
Gwen Taylor: Daniel, I'll be fine.
Daniel Morales: I'll call as soon as I get there.
[Daniel gives kiss to Gwen and Gwen is going to be okay. Gwen loves Daniel and Daniel loves Gwen]
Gwen Taylor: Drive carefully. Bye, sweetie.
[Gwen kisses Lucy, the baby girl. Daniel will take his daughter Lucy and heads safely to Santa Barbara County. While Warren McElroy keep an eye on the first watch to protect Gwen from being stalked]

Detective Tom Blomquist: [Gwen needs under surveillance police protection] Since Ms. Taylor's been staying here, we rerouted her calls, both lines are monitored.
Daniel Morales: Yeah. Gwen.
Gwen Taylor: [Gwen needs help, Daniel is on Gwen's side, here to protect Gwen, and then Daniel hugs Gwen safely. There's someone be with Daniel any minute] Daniel Morales, this is Melina's friend from the FBI. Behavior Science Unit, Warren McElroy.
Daniel Morales: [McElroy shows his FBI I.D. badge] Hi.
Warren McElroy: I'm so sorry hear about your daughter.
Daniel Morales: Do you thinks she's in danger?
Warren McElroy: Well, I think it's definitely a consideration. Yeah, I mean I've got all the information that Melina gave me. The thing that consumes me, is the fairy tale motif in the gifts and letters this woman sent. Eh, characters and - and children stories often meet tragic ends, they fall down wells or they - they eaten by wolves or - I remember rhyme about a cobbler name Grendel who grounded Davy's up to the sausages...
Detective Tom Blomquist: McElroy, you're not helping matters talking this way.
Warren McElroy: I have a successfully assisted in the safe return of 17 children kidnapped by mentally unstable suspects.
[McElroy will be back any minute and look for mystery clues in that ransom]
Detective Tom Blomquist: Mr. Morales, I'd like you to look over some mugshots.
Warren McElroy: Suspect doesn't have a record.
Detective Tom Blomquist: You know mine, I'm not sure. Mr. Morales, whenever you're ready.
Daniel Morales: Yeah. Yeah.

Warren McElroy: As soon as Linda Salerno's photos, fax, we'll let Gwen try and make a positive ID.
Daniel Morales: She was right there in my face, it just never occurred to me to do...
Detective Tom Blomquist: Stop about yourself up. How well did you know her?
Daniel Morales: Barely. Sometimes we said hello in the morning or goodbye at night. That was it.
[McElroy hand in the cup of coffee to Daniel]
Daniel Morales: Why - why would she picked me?
Warren McElroy: In most cases, erotomania the initial contact insignificant. To me as you might not even remember but to her, its the beginning the most meaningful relationship in her life.
Gwen Taylor: Why take Lucy?
Warren McElroy: To force a confrontation. We'll hear from her within 24 hours.
Detective Tom Blomquist: Or we could be in for a long wait.

Warren McElroy: As I was saying, uh, from everything that I know, it seems to suggest that this woman suffers from a combination a psychological disorders, primarily erotomania.
Gwen Taylor: She's a sexual deviant?
Warren McElroy: Uh, erotomania is about romance. Not sex. I mean it seems this woman is deluded herself into thinking that she has a relationship with Daniel.
Gwen Taylor: So, she knows Daniel?
Warren McElroy: You definitely met. You need to search your memory for any acquaintance that fits description that Gwen and Melina gave you.
Daniel Morales: I have. Oh, wait a minute.
Gwen Taylor: Daniel?
Daniel Morales: This woman who used to work as a court reporter for Santa Barbara county... Linda Salerno, I just ran into her at the courthouse. Oh, my God.
[Daniel finds out that Linda is on the loose]
Daniel Morales: I let her get away.

[Telephone ringing]
Daniel Morales: All right, I'll get that. You guys ready?
Detective Tom Blomquist: No. Ms. Taylor, that's your phone. You better answer it.
[Telephone ringing. Gwen will pick and answer it. The rest of the three will listen to other telephones]
Gwen Taylor: Hello?
Linda Salerno: [the stalker Linda's voice on the telephone] Hi, Gwen.
[Baby Lucy crying]
Linda Salerno: Oh, Lucy says hi, too.
Gwen Taylor: Please don't hurt her.
Linda Salerno: [Linda's voice] She wants to see you.
[Baby Lucy crying]
Linda Salerno: And you certainly must want to see her. Meet us at the Civic Center in the Tunnels. And, Gwen, don't bring anyone.
[the telephone hung up]
Daniel Morales: Let's go.
Warren McElroy: Oh, hang on. You have to go along.
Gwen Taylor: Okay.
Daniel Morales: What are you talking about? She goes by herself, that's out of the question.
Warren McElroy: No, listen, we'll be falling a short distance behind us, if this woman gets wind of us, with your daughter could be in real danger.
Detective Tom Blomquist: I'm afraid he's right.
Gwen Taylor: Daniel, you don't have any other choice.
Warren McElroy: It's your choice.
Daniel Morales: Let's just go.

[Here at the police department. The two police officers taken the suspect in handcuffs and was taking him to booking. Gwen here signing the release papers of Daniel Morales]
Daniel Morales: What took so long?
Gwen Taylor: You're still facing contempt charges for withholding evidence, the judge was walking to sign your release.
Daniel Morales: The judge is a mean son of a bitch. My little girl's kidnapped and he keeps me locked up.
Gwen Taylor: The police are working on a composite sketch, the woman told me.
Daniel Morales: You're sure this is the same woman claiming to be my wife?
Gwen Taylor: I'm positive.
Daniel Morales: What about the Attorney General's office? Has Melina has some connections there?
Gwen Taylor: Jerry spoke to the FBI agents and they gonna amuse the apartment.
Daniel Morales: All right, I'll drop you off there. I'm going back to the courthouse and, look to the file, see if I can dig up somebody with the motive.
[Pulling over is the Police Sergeant in the police car]
Police Sergeant in the Police Car: Morales?
Daniel Morales: You found Lucy?
Police Sergeant in the Police Car: No, no, no. You wasted your time withholding evidence by hiding that gun, Morales.
Daniel Morales: Well, what is that mean?
Police Sergeant in the Police Car: Last night at county, your client got down in by his own gang. The night, in the shower. Well, looks like you got yourself locked up for no reason, Counselor.
Gwen Taylor: Talk about a mean son of a bitch.


"L.A. Law: Parent Trap (#7.12)" (1993)
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Anybody know the whereabouts of our Mr. Morales?
Gwen Taylor: He had a pro bono arraignment this morning.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Then let's begin. First, People vs. Emory Lewis and Gary Stubbs. I should hope those animals who beat you will finally get convicted.
Stuart Markowitz: Unfortunately, the eyewitness backed out, she's afraid of reprisals from neighborhood kids if she testify.
Ann Kelsey: That shouldn't affect our case. Stuart was really convincing at the prelim health do even better at trial tomorrow.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Next. Marciante vs. Bernheim Memorial Hospital.
Jonathan Rollins: That's mine. Anthony Marciante's girlfriend is brain dead after the automobile accident. She's also 18 weeks pregnant.
Gwen Taylor: And being used as an incubator to bring the baby to a term, I caught those stories in the news, that's grotesque.
Jonathan Rollins: We're seeking a court order to keep her body functioning long enough to deliver the baby. However, the girlfriend's mother wants to pull the plug and bury your daughter.
Arnie Becker: Well, I agree, the woman's dead, for God's sake.
Jonathan Rollins: Arnie, we're talking about a potential human life. Mr. Marciante wants to be a father.
Gwen Taylor: You should have thought about that before driving himself and his girlfriend off the road drunk.
Ann Kelsey: He killed her and now he wants to...
Jonathan Rollins: It was an accident.
Stuart Markowitz: He's still has rights.
Arnie Becker: So's the girl's mother.
Melina Paros: What about the baby?
Leland McKenzie: All right, folks, we're all in the same team.
[But Daniel Morales has arrived late in the meeting]
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Mr. Morales? Honor that you can join us? How's the arraignment?
Daniel Morales: Um, People vs. Alejandro Cruz, he's charged with the shooting a news vender who refuse to pay protection money.
Leland McKenzie: Any extenuating circumstances, Daniel?
Daniel Morales: No, Leland, not really, I'm trying to have Cruz tried in the Juvenile, but right now that's looking doubtful.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Well, if there's no other business. We're adjourned.
[Douglas closed his gold hunter case from the pocket watch that the time is up]

Daniel Morales: Melina, I need your advise.
Melina Paros: What is it?
[Daniel sighs]
Daniel Morales: Well, we can't talk here and actually I should speak first with my client.
Melina Paros: Cruz?
Daniel Morales: Yeah, I might be in trouble on those one. I'll catch you later.
Melina Paros: All right.


"L.A. Law: Second Time Around (#7.2)" (1992)
[the prison guard have escorted the prisoner named Frank Osgood and meeting a new lawyer named Daniel Morales, Frank has been incarcerated for the past 33 years, 2 months since August 1959, and opening the case of Frank Osgood]
Daniel Morales: Friend.
Frank Osgood: Morales.
Daniel Morales: As the prisoner rights advocate, I hear a lot of guys claim their innocent.
Frank Osgood: 33 years and 2 months. I love the woman. I didn't kill her.
Daniel Morales: That's why I'm here. I have a signed confession by someone who agrees with you. His name is Phillip Tice.
Frank Osgood: Why is he coming forward now?
Daniel Morales: Mr. Tice's dying of stomach cancer. And I'm afraid of burning in hell.
Frank Osgood: [Frank chuckling. Frank sighed] I'm living in it.
[Daniel silent]
Frank Osgood: So when do I get out?
Daniel Morales: Courts are skeptical the third party confessions. Before I could do anything, I need Tice to take a polygraph. See if he's for real.
Frank Osgood: For real? I've been in this pit half my life, writing a beef for a crime I didn't commit. That's real.
Daniel Morales: Well, it's your call.
[Daniel takes a seat]
Daniel Morales: If you want to pursue this, I'll handle the case.
Frank Osgood: I was 27 years old, when that son of a bitch put me away. Prosecutor and the DA's office smug, cocky, phone in New England accent, I'll never forget him... Leland McKenzie.
[Daniel is going to find out about Leland McKenzie in his story]

Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Next up. People vs. Brackman.
Tommy Mullaney: Well, we're no looting charges drop.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Yes, but a pesky disturbing the peace charges remains. One officer used in illegal choke hold, while escorting me to the paddy wagon. I express my outrage verbally, the elbow wasn't accident.
Leland McKenzie: Douglas, maybe you should pay the fine and be done with it.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: The City Attorney is stopping by this afternoon in since I have an eyewitness, he'll be forced to drop the charges.
Gwen Taylor: Would you mind if I observed? I'd like to see the process.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Bring a notebook. It should provide educational. Moving on. Osgood vs. the state of California.
Daniel Morales: That's my pro bono case. Leland, I still need to speak with you about this one.
Leland McKenzie: In my office right after this meeting.
Daniel Morales: I'll be there.
Leland McKenzie: And since we're on the subject to pro bono work, I'd like to congratulate you all on your commitment to rebuilding Los Angeles.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: While we're busy patting ourselves on the back, let me reiterate yesterday's message, McKenzie, Brackman numbers are at their lowest level in 6 years, we're losing out to a competition. Doesn't take 20/20 vision to know we may not land on our feet. If things don't turn around...
Tommy Mullaney: This is probably allows you time to be interviewing at the DA's office.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: You bet it is.
Ann Kelsey: Just to be close to Zoey?
Tommy Mullaney: Oh, come on, Ann, it's bigger than that. And it's no secret, I've given a lot of thought.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: This makes our loss in our attacks and domestic litigation area seeming inconsequential.
Ann Kelsey: If that is a not so thinly veiled comment about my husband's job, you will be glad to know, that he's coming home today.
Tommy Mullaney: Goodness.
Gwen Taylor: Congratulations.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Stuart like myself was a victim of events beyond his control. Mr. Arnold Becker's disappearance on the the other hand? I mean who's kidding whom 5 months and nothing but a series of cryptic postcards around the world?
Leland McKenzie: It is puzzling.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Puzzling Adare responsible. The man is a partner in this firm. He owes it to us to the present and holding his own. Here's my witness.


"L.A. Law: Bare Witness (#7.11)" (1993)
Daniel Morales: That is Alison.
[Gwen is looking at the picture of Alison Morales, the real late wife of Daniel]
Daniel Morales: Those are not too long after we were married.
Gwen Taylor: I can't tell if this is the one who went into the house.
Daniel Morales: Gwen, please, believe me. It's not the woman.
[Gwen looked, that it isn't the woman in the photo. Her face is different. Different person. And her hair is different. Gwen understands that]
Gwen Taylor: Daniel, there is, um, something. Last week, I had a blood test for Huntington's career. It's hereditary, hidden in midlife, causing lack of coordination, then mental deterioration and finally death. But there's a 50/50 chance, I don't have it. But I thought, I should tell you.
Daniel Morales: What?
[Gwen gives a kiss to Daniel]
Gwen Taylor: Let's talk about it later.
Daniel Morales: Okay.
Gwen Taylor: Your wife.
[Gwen look in the photo. That's Daniel's wife Alison. She is beautiful in the picture]
Gwen Taylor: She was pretty.


"L.A. Law: Cold Shower (#7.16)" (1993)
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Uh, can we get started?
Leland McKenzie: Just start, Douglas.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: I'm started. People vs. Matz.
[That's for Jonathan Rollins' while pouring to get a cup of coffee]
Jonathan Rollins: Yes. Yes. That's mine. Matz' has accused of selling stolen artwork to undercover cop. I'm pleading entrapment.
Melina Paros: That's a tough cell.
Daniel Morales: I know it is. You yet to stolen art in his position?
Jonathan Rollins: He did.
Daniel Morales: Any sold it to the cop?
Jonathan Rollins: Yep.
Melina Paros: So where's the entrapment?
Jonathan Rollins: Well, my client's gay. He claims to a fallen for the cop. He also claims that it was mutual, I'd say for the purposes of his trial at least that, uh, the cop seduce him.
Arnie Becker: In other words, it's your only shot.
Jonathan Rollins: Yes, right.
Ann Kelsey: Then it must me true.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: In the matter of Celeste Bauman.
Stuart Markowitz: Yes, that's me. Uh, Ms. Bauman has accompanied that markets' vitamins and dietary supplements, the IRS claims that she has under paid her taxes by some $800,000, and for some reason to being nasty about it.
Melina Paros: The IRS's nasty?
Stuart Markowitz: Celeste is gonna need little managing, but I think we can resolve it.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Gwen, you're observing on to this one, correct?
Gwen Taylor: Yep.


"L.A. Law: Zo Long (#7.3)" (1992)
[Back at the LA Law firm building. Roxanne will substituted today for Douglas because he not in the meeting today because he's in jail]
Roxanne Melman: Should we get started? First stop, People vs. Douglas Brackman.
Arnie Becker: He broke the law and the law won.
Daniel Morales: With 90 days in jail?
Leland McKenzie: Arnold, I know this isn't your primary area of expertise, but Douglas insisted on our representation.
Arnie Becker: Yeah, of course. He doesn't wanna pay.
Leland McKenzie: Why... Just do your best to get him release.
Roxanne Melman: Yes, please, billable hours accounts receivable something for Douglas and I'm drowning in red ink. All right, next, uh, Weston vs. Weston.
Gwen Taylor: Yeah, Ann's still working at home, I've been assisting some writing depositions, and we go to trial next week unless some settlement can be reached.
Leland McKenzie: You have any questions or Ann's unavailable, you come to me. This firm needs Alec Weston's business.
Roxanne Melman: Uh, anything else, Leland?
Leland McKenzie: Uh, yes, don't forget Election Day is just around the corner. If the latest polls are any indication, Jonathan Rollins could use whatever support we could muster.
Roxanne Melman: That's all.
Arnie Becker: In and out. That's what the staff meetings all about.
Gwen Taylor: Things are getting pretty thin here.
Daniel Morales: Pretty soon, we could get together in the elevator.
Arnie Becker: For the employment line.
Leland McKenzie: All right, now listen up. Douglas and I have made no secret of the fact that our situation here at McKenzie, Brackman is precarious at best. However you should be equally clear of the fact that I poured my life blood into this firm and I'll be damned if I'm gonna give up now. I expect the same commitment from all of you.
[Leland leaves towards the meeting window door exit, but turned back and look at Arnie Becker]
Leland McKenzie: Becker, get a haircut! You look ridiculous.
[Gwen looked at Arnie with a long hair, beard, and mustache. Gwen laughed at Arnie]


"L.A. Law: That's Why the Lady Is a Stamp (#7.17)" (1993)
Ann Kelsey: What's the lawsuit about?
Melina Paros: Discriminatory lending practices.
Daniel Morales: Hey, we're representing the bank?
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Yes, we're representing the bank, and my hope is that we're representing the bank well enough that we get to represent other banks!
Leland McKenzie: All right, Douglas, calm down.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: All I know is you better get some help.
Melina Paros: I will, Douglas. I will.
Gwen Taylor: I'm available.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Melina, this a complicated cases. Get some help.
[Gwen will be ready. So does Melina]


"L.A. Law: Odor in the Court (#7.9)" (1993)
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Gentlemen. Gentleman. If there's anything else we can do here at McKenzie, Brackman.
Tom: You've done too much already.
[Douglas find out who is that man, accompanied by Daniel Morales]
Daniel Morales: Dennis Smith, this is Douglas Brackman, our Managing Partner. Dennis was an expert witness on the Graney case.
[Dennis shaking hands and met Douglas]
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Oh, isn't that nice? Tom, Jay, are you sure there isn't something?
Jay: Oh, no.
Tom: Leave us alone.
[Dennis is smelling with his nose]
Dennis Smith: Doug. So, uh, what's your sign?
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Excuse me?
Dennis Smith: And the Dennis like you doesn't need any excuse.
[Dennis trying to kiss Douglas, Tom and Jay find out what. But Douglas wants Dennis to get away not to be kissed of. Douglas wipe off his lips]
Daniel Morales: Douglas...
[Douglas confronts and punching Dennis Smith in the face, and have Dennis hit and fall to the ground. Daniel will pick Dennis up. Douglas' fist is not hurt]
Sheila Brackman: Sweetheart, are you hurt?
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Of course not.
Dennis Smith: I'm bleeding!
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: I'm all man.
Dennis Smith: You son of a bitch!
[Dennis' nose is bleeding]
Dennis Smith: My nose! You probably put me out of business!
Daniel Morales: Get some ice on it.
Dennis Smith: I'm gonna sue you!
Daniel Morales: Come on.
[Daniel is taking Dennis away]
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: One more today. It'll be a hat trick.
Dennis Smith: I'll see you in court!
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: I look forward to it.
[Telephone rings, and Sheila is wiping Douglas' mouth with a tissue because of Dennis kissing]


"L.A. Law: F.O.B. (#7.15)" (1993)
Arnie Becker: They're lot of ways I can go with this porn. I can become an Independent Producer, I can become an agent.
Gwen Taylor: I thought you're having been a Studio Executive, Arnie.
Arnie Becker: Gwen, in show-business, a sense of complacency is a very dangerous thing.
Ann Kelsey: I'm thinking of opening a restaurant.
Jonathan Rollins: A restaurant?
Ann Kelsey: Yeah. These guys has started the California Pizza Kitchen, we're both lawyers.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: What kind of restaurant?
Ann Kelsey: I don't know yet.
Stuart Markowitz: What about Fast Food Jewish?
Daniel Morales: Fast Food Jewish?
Stuart Markowitz: Yeah, absolutely. I'd think it'll be great to be able to walk up to a counter and get a little paper cone filled with Kasha varnishkes.
[Melina laughs]
Jonathan Rollins: Well, I know that something I've always want to do.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Well, shall we get started? Falcone vs. Falcone.
Arnie Becker: Yeah, another divorce. I'm meeting with the woman for the first time today. I'll try to dispose of it as painlessly as possible. I'm really not up for a fight.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: People vs. Quinn.
Daniel Morales: That's my murder case. The jury's picked, we go to trial later today.
Ann Kelsey: Are you still holding with the plea of temporary insanity?
Daniel Morales: I don't believe in it, but it's all I got.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Samuels vs. San Fernando Psychiatric.
Ann Kelsey: Uh, all I know is the - this is a negligence action and Samuels knows some people in the Clinton Administration.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Whether we knew some people in the Clinton Administration. Mickey Kantor and Warren Christopher, both came out of L.A. Law firms, they tap in all kinds of people from here to do all kinds of things. What do we get? Nothing.