L.A. Law (1986–1994)
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Come Rain or Come Schein 

Becker represents Mitchell Schein, a greedy man who holds out for material concessions before agreeing to grant his wife a divorce following Jewish law. Meanwhile, Kelsey is representing ... See full summary »

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Roxanne Melman (credit only)
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Benny Stulwicz (credit only)
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A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney (credit only)
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Aaron Voss
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Becker represents Mitchell Schein, a greedy man who holds out for material concessions before agreeing to grant his wife a divorce following Jewish law. Meanwhile, Kelsey is representing Aaron Voss, a stiff, no-nonsense meteorologist suing the TV station manager who replaced him with a stand-up comic to boost its ratings. Also, Morales represents a Latino construction worker who claims he was stiffed by a wealthy couple looking to save a few dollars. Written by Anonymous

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22 April 1993 (USA)  »

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The title is a parody of the song title "Come Rain or Come Shine" which was written by Harold Arlen with lyrics by Johnny Mercer in 1946. See more »

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Aaron Voss: Well, well. If that isn't an ultra cumulus under lattice that I see.
Ann Kelsey: Aaron.
Aaron Voss: I'm referring to the clouds currently visible from your office window.
Ann Kelsey: Aaron, we've got to discuss whether or not you want to proceed to trial.
Aaron Voss: Of course, I want to proceed to trial. I was defrauded by these people.
Ann Kelsey: There's a settlement offer on the table.
Aaron Voss: Ann, I want to be a television weatherman. I devoted myself to the study of Meteorology. I'm processed to the expertise, I had the job. I want the job back.
Ann Kelsey: ...
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