L.A. Law (1986–1994)
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Prince Kuzak in a Can 

Kuzak has difficulty getting over Sid Hershberg's suicide and seems to assume the dead lawyer's identity by taking over Hershberg's cases. Then Kuzak faces a dilemma when his latest client,... See full summary »

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D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
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Arnie Becker
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Ann Kelsey
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Douglas Brackman, Jr.
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Abby Perkins
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Stuart Markowitz
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Roxanne Melman
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Leland McKenzie
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George Cromwell
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Judge John Englander
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Ellen Pearl
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Kuzak has difficulty getting over Sid Hershberg's suicide and seems to assume the dead lawyer's identity by taking over Hershberg's cases. Then Kuzak faces a dilemma when his latest client, lacking confidence in the overworked lawyer, arranges an alibi for himself in a vehicular manslaughter case. When Kuzak has an attack of conscious and withdraws from the case, he is thrown in jail for contempt. Meanwhile, Kelsey works to land Cromwell Industries, a key aircraft manufacturer's account. Roxanne comforts Andrew Putnam, a lonely teenage computer hacker and Victor's client, who's hired to fix the firm's telephones. Written by Anonymous

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8 January 1987 (USA)  »

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The title refers to a classic April Fool's like joke by calling up a tobacco store and asking if you have "Prince Albert in a can" (A type of tobacco). After the clerk replies in the affirmative, they are told to let the gentleman out. See more »

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[Here at Judge Armand's courtroom, D.A. George Handeman got his stuff packed. But suddenly Michael Kuzak have a word with D.A. Handeman]
D.A. George Handeman: Hi, Mike.
Michael Kuzak: You want to tell me you're thinking, George? You got a million drug busts backing up like sewage. There aren't enough courtrooms to handle your current caseload of axe murderers, and yet you continue to press for a jury trial on a lousy hooker beef?
D.A. George Handeman: Hello, George, how are you? I'm fine, Mike, thanks. Smogs a bitch, ain't it?
Michael Kuzak: Can we cut through the ...
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