Murray suddenly dies from a stroke before the Christmas holiday, devastating everyone including Benny and Roxanne. Meanwhile, a smitten McKenzie willingly volunteers himself and a reluctant Grace to ...
This popular TV drama depicted life in a large Los Angeles law firm. The plots were strongly character-based and dealt with both the personal lives and professional activities of the partners, associates, and staff. Scenes centered around the courtroom and the law offices. Often, an episode would open with a surprising twist, which would then be played out during the rest of the show. Written by
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The episode "Fifty Ways to Floss Your Lover" involves a woman who believes she can pick up the radio in her fillings. This is a spoof on and is influenced by the Partridge Family episode "Old Scapmouth" where Laurie Partridge, played by La Law's Susan Dey, starts to pick up radio signals in her braces. See more »
Douglas Brackman, Jr.:
I'm more like my father than I thought. I wanted to be the lawyer he was, the man he was. Turns out we both just like to cheat on our wives.
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Steven Bochco created one of the most popular series of the '80s. It's a legal drama about a law firm in L.A.
It featured some great actors who created some iconic characters. On top of that, they had great chemistry. Their interactions is half of the fun. It made a mythical sexual position an actual thing. Now that's popularity.
With such a great large cast, a few defections do happen. And that is one of the reason for this show's demise. By 1992, some of the casts start to disappear. Unlike other shows, this one relied on it's characters and their relationships.
This award winning show lasted 8 seasons.
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