L.A. Law (1986–1994)
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Something Old, Something Nude 

Since the departure of Michael Kuzak, Victor Sifuentes, Abby Perkins, and Jack Sollers from the firm, McKenzie and Brackman are looking for more litigator power. Grace, having suffered from... See full summary »

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Since the departure of Michael Kuzak, Victor Sifuentes, Abby Perkins, and Jack Sollers from the firm, McKenzie and Brackman are looking for more litigator power. Grace, having suffered from a miscarriage and leaving Victor, returns to the firm and is immediately given a high-profile case with Mullaney in defending Elsa Chandler, a woman charged with murdering her abusive husband. McKenzie tries to adjust himself to the brash new tenant sharing office space, the crude, smart-mouthed, entertainment lawyer Susan Bloom, to boost revenues for the sagging firm. Meanwhile, Becker's secretary, Gwen Taylor, is on jury duty and witnesses Bloom's associate, the crafty Frank Kittredge, go to the limits of ethics to defend his wealthy client from an assault charge. Kelsey and Markowitz struggle to find the right nanny for their son, Matthew, and they hire Ned, a college student just right for the job. Also, Bill Castroverde is hired as a new junior associate. Written by Anonymous

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10 October 1991 (USA)  »

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Per the title, for good luck the bride must wear something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. See more »

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Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Leland, we have to face reality. When Victor and Michael left, litigation fell off. When Jack Sollers went, it nose-dived. Now Abby's leaving and taking more business with her.
Leland McKenzie: All right. The situation is serious, but it's not critical.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: I disagree. In the past three months, we've lost four major corporate clients including Tammon Group. The bank is so nervous they reviewing our line of credit.
Leland McKenzie: Oh, that's ridiculous. They're overreacting.
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: It gets worse. I got a letter this morning ...
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