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Lee Mercer (Character)
from "Angel" (1999)

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TV:
  1. "Angel"
    ... aka "Angel: The Series" - USA (long title)
        - Blind Date (2000) TV episode, Played by Thomas Burr
        - Sanctuary (2000) TV episode, Played by Thomas Burr
        - Five by Five (2000) TV episode, Played by Thomas Burr
        - Sense and Sensitivity (1999) TV episode, Played by Thomas Burr

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Quotes:
From "Angel: Sense and Sensitivity (#1.6)" (1999)
Little Tony Papazian: [into a phone] What the hell do I pay you for? I want my limo here now, and my bail put up!
Lee Mercer: [into a phone] I'm afraid that's not possible, Mr. Papazian.
Little Tony Papazian: What? What are you telling me?
Lee Mercer: You shot up a precinct and attempted to murder a police officer... in full view of witnesses. We can't risk that kind of exposure.
Little Tony Papazian: You're the ones that set this thing up!
Lee Mercer: We opened a door for you. The point was for you to walk through it... not blast your way out. The senior partners here at Wolfram & Hart have felt that you've become a liability. We can't waste valuable energy on you when there are more pressing issues at hand.
Little Tony Papazian: Pressing issues? What pressing issues?
[Lee is shown to be watching a survelence video of Angel at the police station stopping Papazian from the previous night]
Lee Mercer: You're on your own, Mr. Papazian. Find another lawyer and work out a plea deal. Your business relationship with me and Wolfram & Hart is terminated... as is this phone call.
[hangs up]
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