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
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April 1, 1993. Welcome back Executive Producer William M. Finkelstein on L.A. Law on NBC after the cancellations of Civil Wars 1991-1993 on ABC for 2 Seasons. See more
Are you done, Douglas?
Douglas Brackman, Jr.
Good. I have something I want to say. I've sat by and watched as this place has changed. People have dissipated their time and wasted their talents. You have all, in varying degrees, pursued other enterprises and neglected the one that this place was built on: The law. This, ladies and gentlemen, is a law office, and while you're present here, you will practice law. Period.
I'm not done. What you do on your own time is your own business. But at the work week...