L.A. Law: Season 2, Episode 8

Goldilocks and the Three Barristers (10 Dec. 1987)

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Grace gets a lot of criticism from her co-workers at the D.A.'s office when she willingly agrees to prosecute three lawyers accused of sexual battery against an underage stripper. Meanwhile... See full summary »

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Grace gets a lot of criticism from her co-workers at the D.A.'s office when she willingly agrees to prosecute three lawyers accused of sexual battery against an underage stripper. Meanwhile, Abby loses the Rohner vs. Gradinger case to Rollins, and Kelsey and Markowitz finally set a wedding date. A despondent Becker tries to raise his spirits by redoing Benny in his own image. Also, Brackman worries about having AIDS after his tryst with Rhonda Vasek. Written by Anonymous

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The title is from the children's story "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" retold by English author Robert Southey in the early nineteenth century. See more »

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