L.A. Law: Season 4, Episode 10

The Pay's Lousy, But the Tips Are Great (18 Jan. 1990)

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Victor faces troubling issues both at home and in court as he tries to deal with the after-affects of Allison's rape trial and a sexual discrimination case concerning a woman court clerk ... See full summary »

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Grace Van Owen (credit only)
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Allison Gottlieb
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Rabbi Isadore Glickman
Tom Henschel ...
Bruce Gorosh
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Victor faces troubling issues both at home and in court as he tries to deal with the after-affects of Allison's rape trial and a sexual discrimination case concerning a woman court clerk suing a judge who fired her after their brief affair. Meanwhile, Markowitz takes another litigation case where he defends an elderly and senile Orthodox rabbi being sued for malpractice when a knife slipped during a circumcision. Becker returns to his hostile co-workers as a named partner to the firm now named 'McKenzie, Brackman, Chaney, Kuzak and Becker.' Also, the devious, two-faced Rosalind Shays begins a secret plan to solidify her base of power at the firm by bringing in groups of influential clients as well as using her charms to take the business of the firm's old clients. Written by Anonymous

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[Here at the filing room, Law Messenger Benny Stulwicz is preparing the papers, but Arnie is back and came to say hi to Benny]
Arnie Becker: Hi-ya, Benny.
[Benny was just to press the button in that machine]
Arnie Becker: I said hello, Benny.
Benny Stulwicz: Hello.
Arnie Becker: You want to tell me what's the matter?
Benny Stulwicz: No.
Arnie Becker: You're mad at me because I left the firm, aren't you?
Benny Stulwicz: I'm busy now.
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