L.A. Law: Season 1, Episode 6

Slum Enchanted Evening (31 Oct. 1986)

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Kuzak represents Stacey Gill, a TV news anchorwoman who lost her on-air job following a broadcast of graphic reports concerning her breast cancer surgery. Meanwhile, Brackman is taken to ... See full summary »

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Kuzak represents Stacey Gill, a TV news anchorwoman who lost her on-air job following a broadcast of graphic reports concerning her breast cancer surgery. Meanwhile, Brackman is taken to court when a group of people that live in an inner city housing project accuse him of being a slumlord and their lawyer is Andrew Taylor, the former McKenzie Brackman associate. Jeffrey Sullivan causes concern for Victor when he suspects Jeffrey of dealing drugs within the office. Becker tries to work out a payment plan for his services to Hillary Mishkin. Written by Anonymous

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The title is based upon the song "Some Enchanted Evening" from the Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II musical South Pacific. See more »

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