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Regina 'Reggie' Love (Character)
from The Client (1994)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Reggie Love / Regina "Reggie" Love

Filmography

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  1. "The Client"
        - Money Talks (1996) TV episode, Played by JoBeth Williams (as Reggie Love)
        - The Good Samaritan (1996) TV episode, Played by JoBeth Williams (as Reggie Love)
        - Past Imperfect (1996) TV episode, Played by JoBeth Williams (as Reggie Love)
        - The High Ground (1996) TV episode, Played by JoBeth Williams (as Reggie Love)
        - Damn Yankees (1996) TV episode, Played by JoBeth Williams (as Reggie Love)
          (16 more)
  2. The Client (1994) Played by Susan Sarandon (as Reggie Love)

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Quotes:
From The Client (1994)
Reggie: I have been sober for three years.
Mark: Yeah right, that's what all the drunks say, how they're gonna get sober and all. They even say they love you but they don't. And then they come home wasted and beat on you and your mother so bad that you gotta hit 'em in the face with a baseball bat!
Reggie: You're talkin' about your daddy aren't you?
Mark: Yeah, well, I got rid of him. When me and my mom went into court to by our divource our lawyer SUCKED as usual, so I went up there and told the judge myself about all the beatin's, about how he made us sleep in the street. And that's when my father became my ex-father, and now I got you, and you're a drunk and a bad lawyer too! So now I'm gettin' rid of you, you're fired, okay?
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