L.A. Law (1986–1994)
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Divorce with Extreme Prejudice 

Victor's love for Lauren is tested when she's arrested after she shoots and kills her ex-husband and it appears to have been premeditated. Although Victor gets the murder charges against ... See full summary »

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Victor's love for Lauren is tested when she's arrested after she shoots and kills her ex-husband and it appears to have been premeditated. Although Victor gets the murder charges against Lauren dropped, he's still skeptical about her story of self-defense and breaks up with her. Meanwhile, Abby discovers Erroll in Brackman's office and learns of his arrangement with him while Sheila seduces Erroll as payback after learning of Brackman' affair, in which he suffers an anxiety attack. Grace prosecutes Reuben Mendez, a teenager who has been accused of killing his own father after years of abuse. Benny plays Santa at the annual Christmas party, where Becker persuades Roxanne to go with him to visit his parents for the holidays. Written by Anonymous

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17 December 1987 (USA)  »

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'Robert Vogel''s final performance. See more »

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[Brackman has just collapsed at his court claims desk]
Bailiff Alton: Heart attack! Just be cool everyone! Stand back. I'm gonna have to give this man mouth-to-mouth...
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: [weakly] No! No bodily fluids!
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