L.A. Law (1986–1994)
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Becker tries to hush up his client, Frank Askoff's connections to Camilla Greer, a well-known Hollywood madam. Meanwhile, Rollins represents the father of an incorrigible teenager who is ... See full summary »

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Benny Stulwicz (credit only)
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Larry Ruland
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Becker tries to hush up his client, Frank Askoff's connections to Camilla Greer, a well-known Hollywood madam. Meanwhile, Rollins represents the father of an incorrigible teenager who is suing to be released from a rehab center to which her father had her committed. Eli goes to a broker to buy a luxury car for himself, but ends up getting arrested after learning that it's been stolen. Also, Mullaney learns from Belinda that she suspects Becker of obstruction of justice and threatens him not tell Becker that he's being followed around by private investigators hoping to find something to nail him on. Written by Anonymous

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5 May 1994 (USA)  »

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The title refers to former New York City Mayor Ed Koch's catch phrase that looked for input on his job performance. "How am I doing?" See more »

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Denise Iannello: Eli, this is Lenny Mullen.
Lenny Mullen, Car Dealer: How do you do?
Eli Levinson: Hi, I am told you the man of see about car.
Lenny Mullen, Car Dealer: I am not mad.
Denise Iannello: Yet, he told me he never own a car before, he only have a learner's permit.
Lenny Mullen, Car Dealer: Oh, if you have any problems with that road test, let me know.
Eli Levinson: Why?
Lenny Mullen, Car Dealer: Well, let's just say I have relationships at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Eli Levinson: You're kidding.
Lenny Mullen, Car Dealer: When you buy car for me, I'll take care you. That means plates, registration, insurance, turn on the phone, super nuts.
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