Paros represents a widow suing a newsman for allowing her husband to kill himself as the cameras rolled. Meanwhile, Mullaney maintains a hospital bedside vigil for his dying father. Morales... See full summary »

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Benny Stulwicz (credit only)
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Linda Salerno
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Gordon Reeve
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Paros represents a widow suing a newsman for allowing her husband to kill himself as the cameras rolled. Meanwhile, Mullaney maintains a hospital bedside vigil for his dying father. Morales contacts the police to help find baby Lucy and protect Gwen from the woman still calling herself Alison Morales after she waylays and wounds Gwen. Also, Dana Romney appears before Kelsey who is now suing the city for negligence in matter of the beating of Markowitz. Written by Anonymous

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18 February 1993 (USA)  »

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[Here at the Los Angeles hospital. Tommy walked and see how his father doing so far]
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: How you feeling?
Tommy Mullaney, Sr.: Better. Get my clothes.
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: Dr. Harwood says you gotta lay low.
Tommy Mullaney, Sr.: If I passed out once, I passed out a thousand times is no big deal.
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: Relax, pop, you're in for a while.
Tommy Mullaney, Sr.: Give me a smoke.
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: I'm not allowed.
Tommy Mullaney, Sr.: Give me a drink.
A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney: I'm not allowed either.
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