L.A. Law (1986–1994)
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Splatoon 

Brackman, Rollins and Markowitz go out on an overnight rigorous paint gun competition where Markowitz freaks out and becomes "Rambowitz," in beating the other teams single-handedly. ... See full summary »

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Michael Kuzak
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Grace Van Owen
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Arnie Becker
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Ann Kelsey
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Abby Perkins
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Victor Sifuentes
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Roxanne Melman
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Benny Stulwicz (credit only)
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Cara Jean 'C.J.' Lamb
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Tommy Mullaney
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Leland McKenzie
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Victor Dune
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Brackman, Rollins and Markowitz go out on an overnight rigorous paint gun competition where Markowitz freaks out and becomes "Rambowitz," in beating the other teams single-handedly. Meanwhile, Victor is finally named a partner, and he hesitates on starting a romance with Grace due to Kuzak presence. Abby, frustrated after secretly learning from C.J. that she has been passed over for partner, appears on the Phil Donahue TV show to talk about her experiences with a handgun. Mullaney represents the wife of a brain-damaged boxer who's suing his manager. At the end, Kelsey and Markowitz finally reconcile and Victor begins a torrid romance with Grace. Written by Anonymous

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3 January 1991 (USA)  »

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Douglas Brackman, Jr.: [in the woods during a paintball war] You're very lucky, Jonathan.
Jonathan Rollins: Why?
Douglas Brackman, Jr.: Because you have youth. Choices. Look at me. I'm 40 years old. I'm out here in the woods, shivering all night, because I can't say "no" to a client who makes designer tampons for a living and sells them to the uptight and out-of-sight. I'm intimidated by clients! I'm scared of my ex-wife. My teenage son ignores me. And I'm too afraid to light a fire because of Stuart Markowitz, a five-foot, six-inch tax attorney with a ...
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