L.A. Law: Season 7, Episode 15

F.O.B. (1 Apr. 1993)

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With all the weirdness that has been going on for the past few months, McKenzie gives everyone an ultimatum: cease all outside projects, buckle down and get back to work or get out. ... See full summary »

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Roxanne Melman (credit only)
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Benny Stulwicz (credit only)
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Lynette Walden ...
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With all the weirdness that has been going on for the past few months, McKenzie gives everyone an ultimatum: cease all outside projects, buckle down and get back to work or get out. Afterward, Becker takes a divorce case of representing a boxer's spirited wife. Meanwhile, Kelsey revels in a lawsuit to help the mentally ill brought by a shady man named, Gerard Samuels, who claims to have connections with the Clinton administration. Also, Morales defends Thomas Quinn, a man who murdered his daughter's recently paroled rapist. Written by Anonymous

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The term in the title "FOB" stand for Free On Board or Freight On Board and specifies which party pays for which shipment and loading costs. See more »

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[2 months later, Thursday, April 1, 1993, 5 weeks, and 35 days, the L.A. Law firm of McKenzie, Brackman in Los Angeles, CA are back to normal]
Arnie Becker: They're lot of ways I can go with this porn, I can become an Independent Producer, I can become an agent.
Gwen Taylor: I thought you were having been a Studio Executive, Arnie.
Arnie Becker: Gwen, in show-business, accentual plangency is a very dangerous thing.
Ann Kelsey: I'm thinking of opening a restaurant.
Jonathan Rollins: A restaurant?
Ann Kelsey: Yeah. These guys has started the California Pizza Kitchen, we're both ...
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