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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Benny Stulwicz (credit only)
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Cecil Hoffman ...
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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. Written by Anonymous

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19 March 1992 (USA)  »

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Ann Kelsey: Be aggressive, Arnie. I want vintage, Becker.
Arnie Becker: Please, Ann.
[Arnie open the door to get to the proceedings]
Arnie Becker: Good Morning.
Barry Gorman: Mr. Markowitz.
[Mr. Gorman shaking hands with Stuart Markowitz]
Barry Gorman: Mr. Becker.
[And Mr. Gorman shaking hands with Arnie Becker]
Stuart Markowitz: This is my wife Ann Kelsey.
Ann Kelsey: Mr. Gorman.
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