Gwen's stalker, a darkly sinister woman who claims to be Alison Morales, Daniel's recently diseased wife, continues to plague Gwen and plays a particularly cruel trick on her by tampering with her medical records. Meanwhile, Markowitz takes the stand for the first time at the pretrial preliminary against his two alleged assailants. Brackman represents a man running an adult strip club downstairs in their building and the city attorney involved is the annoying and obnoxious Dana Romney. Becker believes his show business career is over as Schuler's will is read, but he gets the opposite result when Schuler's wife acquires the throne, dismisses Flicker and hires Becker as the studio director. Also, Rollins confides in Paros about his behavior during the Ajamian riot. Written by
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That is Alison.
[Gwen is looking at the picture of Alison Morales, the real late wife of Daniel
Those are not too long after we were married.
I can't tell if this is the one who went into the house.
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
Daniel, there is, um, something. Last week, I had a blood test for Huntington's career. It's hereditary, hidden ...