L.A. Law: Season 2, Episode 18

Open Heart Perjury (21 Apr. 1988)

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Becker becomes smitten by Monica Ryan, an attractive judge hearing one of his divorce cases and shortly thereafter she hires him to handle her own divorce from her husband. Meanwhile, ... See full summary »

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Becker becomes smitten by Monica Ryan, an attractive judge hearing one of his divorce cases and shortly thereafter she hires him to handle her own divorce from her husband. Meanwhile, Rollins and Markowitz use questionable means in a desperate attempt to win a lawsuit against Robert Bolland, a shady business manager accused of defrauding an old woman. A revenge-seeking Erroll launches an all-out war with Brackman when he causes a scene at a formal dinner party by announcing that he has decided to represent Sheila suing for divorce from Brackman. Elizabeth Brand, Kuzak's secretary, introduces a lonely Roxanne to Dave Meyer, a incredibly boring direct-mail mogul. Written by Anonymous

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Stuart Markowitz: Okay, we're willing to shave our demand by half to $50,000, provided that you agree to an audit...
Robert Boland: [rudely interruping] Drop dead, loser! My settlement offer is $5,000, that's it. No more, no less.
Stuart Markowitz: Five? Five thousand? How can you say that, Mr. Boland? That poor old woman is living off food stamps because of your...
Robert Boland: [rudely interruping again] I don't give a damn if that old bag has to hock her dentures. If I cave into her, every one of those old goats, whom you noticed sitting behind you in that ...
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