L.A. Law (1986–1994)
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Cold Shower 

Celeste Bauman, a temperamental businesswoman, causes Markowitz no end of problems when she takes exception to the attitude of an IRS auditor. Meanwhile, Rollins defends a gay art theft who... See full summary »

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Detective Greg Riley
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Celeste Bauman, a temperamental businesswoman, causes Markowitz no end of problems when she takes exception to the attitude of an IRS auditor. Meanwhile, Rollins defends a gay art theft who claims that the arresting policeman entrapped him by becoming his lover. Also, Mullaney's prosecution of a juvenile offender charged with the shooting death of another youth raises his doubts about his own ability to be a parent to Roxanne's baby. Written by Anonymous

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8 April 1993 (USA)  »

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Michael Owen: Come on, kid's only 16.
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: The victim's was 16, too, that doesn't make him any less dead.
Michael Owen: Look, would you bill willing consider lowering the judge to manslaughter?
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: Maybe.
Michael Owen: You've also got a request in for a fitness here, is it possible to let that one go into twine as a juvenile?
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: I don't know, Michael, it's seems pretty grown to me. He carried the gun into school, he shot this kid point-blank, you're asking a lot here.
Michael Owen: He was scared. He was tired of being picked on. It's not like this is a career ...
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