L.A. Law: Season 6, Episode 15

Great Balls Afire (19 Mar. 1992)

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Rollins represents a wealthy Orthodox Jewish philanthropist being sued when he withdraws financial support for a medical researcher who hopes to use data from Nazi experiments to save lives... See full summary »

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Grace Van Owen (credit only)
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Michael Tucker ...
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Benny Stulwicz (credit only)
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Gwen Taylor (credit only)
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Cecil Hoffman ...
A.D.A. Zoey Clemmons (as Cecil Hoffmann)
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Susan Bloom (credit only)
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Rollins represents a wealthy Orthodox Jewish philanthropist being sued when he withdraws financial support for a medical researcher who hopes to use data from Nazi experiments to save lives. Meanwhile, the Markowitz receive an unexpected surprise: a paternity suit filed by a 16-year-old girl, named Sarah Alder, who claims to be Stuart Markowitz's daughter from a long ago affair. Becker's resolve to be faithful to Roxanne is sorely tried during his late-night preparations with his provocative co-anchorperson, Julie Rayburn. Also, Gwen and Kittredge's romantic fling quickly turns into a torrid affair. Written by Anonymous

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[Stuart opening the door is this man is Barry Gorman]
Barry Gorman: Mr. Markowitz, Barry Gorman, thanks for seeing me.
Stuart Markowitz: Sure, uh, what can I do for you?
Barry Gorman: Oh, we'll get to that.
[Mr. Gorman looking up Stuart Markowitz's family]
Barry Gorman: It's a nice family.
Stuart Markowitz: Thank you. Thank you very much. So you have a client with a taxpayer problem, right?
Barry Gorman: Hmm? Oh, no, no. This is a, uh, private matter. You, uh,
[Mr. Gorman clears his throat]
Barry Gorman: You a woman back in 1974 name Karen Alder.
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