L.A. Law: Season 7, Episode 19

Vindaloo in the Villows (29 Apr. 1993)

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Paros represents the descendants of a slave seeking the return of their ancestor's paintings from the collection of the original slave owner's descendants. Meanwhile, Markowitz is ... See full summary »

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Paros represents the descendants of a slave seeking the return of their ancestor's paintings from the collection of the original slave owner's descendants. Meanwhile, Markowitz is representing a Indian restaurant owner being sued by an obnoxious couple after a temperamental waiter spilled food on them. Also, Dominic introduces Benny to Rosalie Hendrickson, another retarded woman, who later tells Benny about a friend who raped her in the past in which Benny persuades her to press charges against her so-called assailant. Written by Anonymous

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The title refers to the children's story 'The Wind in the Willows' by Kenneth Grahame, first published in 1908. See more »

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