L.A. Law (1986–1994)
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P.S. Your Shrink Is Dead 

Becker tries to win back Roxanne after his psychologist suddenly dies during a session. Meanwhile, Brackman and his ex-wife, Sheila, clash again when their youngest son, Alexander, gets in ... See full summary »

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Grace Van Owen
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Stuart Markowitz
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Roxanne Melman
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Jonathan Rollins
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Benny Stulwicz
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Gwen Taylor
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Cara Jean 'C.J.' Lamb
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Tommy Mullaney
Cecil Hoffman ...
A.D.A. Zoey Clemmons (as Cecil Hoffmann)
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Frank Kittredge
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Susan Bloom
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Leland McKenzie
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Becker tries to win back Roxanne after his psychologist suddenly dies during a session. Meanwhile, Brackman and his ex-wife, Sheila, clash again when their youngest son, Alexander, gets in trouble with the law. Susan Bloom shocks the office with invitations to her unexpected wedding to Mikhail, a Russian movie actor. The Markowitz' nanny, Ned, goes too far when he comes on to Kelsey again and is fired. DePalma asks McKenzie for help when his participation in the judicial sting operation impairs his ability to function in court when faces the wrath of other judges in his quest to find one for his latest case involving defending an alleged embezzler. Ann Kelsey was arrested for obstruction of justice and suspicion of illegal aliens by INS Agents when she bought a new nanny and having her son Matthew returned home. Also, Gwen and Kittredge's romantic fling quickly turns into a torrid affair. Written by Anonymous

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16 April 1992 (USA)  »

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Douglas Brackman, Jr.: You want, how much more?
Sheila Brackman: 500,000 a month is not unreasonable.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: If you're a rock star, if you're Walter Annenberg, but if you're me. It damn well is unreasonable.
Sheldon Ganz: Mr. Brackman, please.
Sheila Brackman: You parsimonious piece of phlegm.
Arnie Becker: You are name-calling, try this, propagate extravagant.
Sheldon Ganz: Arnie, come on!
Arnie Becker: You would have to demonstrate need, Sheila, not want!
Sheila Brackman: Fine. You want to talk need? Let's talk about Alexander's therapy sessions. 3 times a week, 120 session. That's 1,500 a month right there.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: 3 times a week. ...
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