L.A. Law: Season 5, Episode 19

Speak, Lawyers, for Me (25 Apr. 1991)

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Dave Meyer comes back to the firm as a receiver and has some drastic recommendations to keep the firm solvent. Meanwhile, Brackman takes a rare litigation case of representing Susan Convors... See full summary »

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Dave Meyer comes back to the firm as a receiver and has some drastic recommendations to keep the firm solvent. Meanwhile, Brackman takes a rare litigation case of representing Susan Convors, a transsexual model who was fired after her sex change operation was discovered. Mullaney represents the family of a deceased college football player suing the university because he was allegedly made suicidal by steroid usage. Benny suffers a depression-related breakdown after witnessing the verbal fighting at the firm in which Kuzak drops his lawsuit. At the end, Kuzak, Grace and Victor leave the firm for good and Abby and Rollins come back, where Abby asks C.J. out on a date. Written by Anonymous

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The last line before the openung credits, "Be careful out there", was also the last line before the opening credits of Hill Street Blues said by Michael Conrad's character Phil Esterhaus in every episode that he was in. See more »

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