L.A. Law (1986–1994)
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Do the Spike Thing 

Brackman accidentally becomes the victim of a gay-bashing incident and tries to keep the incident a secret despite pleas from a gay former college friend to testify against his attacker. ... See full summary »

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Grace Van Owen (credit only)
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Douglas Brackman, Jr.
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Benny Stulwicz (credit only)
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A.D.A. Zoey Clemmons (as Cecil Hoffmann)
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Brackman accidentally becomes the victim of a gay-bashing incident and tries to keep the incident a secret despite pleas from a gay former college friend to testify against his attacker. Kelsey is defending a logging company owner being sued, along with an environmental activist, by a maimed sawmill worker after an accident that involved the activist spiking redwood trees. Meanwhile, Mullaney goes out on a limb, with Zoey's help, to defend a woman who wants to plead guilty for possession of drugs in her apartment, knowing her boyfriend left it there. C.J.'s father, a veteran stage and screen actor, arrives in town from England on a drunken bender and sprays salt on family wounds. Written by Anonymous

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31 October 1991 (USA)  »

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Oz: [Talking with Tasha] Look at you here, Tasha. It makes it break these... Don't lie to me. Lie to them if that's what you think you need to do. Look be chill!
[Turning is Tasha's lawyer]
Tommy Mullaney: Sorry to interrupt.
Oz: Are you Tasha's lawyer?
Tommy Mullaney: [Nodding] Hmm. Who are you?
Oz: You're gonna cut her a deal?
Tommy Mullaney: That's what she and I need to talk about. Excuse me.
[He'll talk with his friend Tasha later. Tommy is going to find out about Tasha's friend later]
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