Becker blames Belinda's personal malice for his becoming a suspect in the murder of Carmilla Greer, while the rest of the firm rallies around him to prove the charges are false and Jinx is ... See full summary »

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Becker blames Belinda's personal malice for his becoming a suspect in the murder of Carmilla Greer, while the rest of the firm rallies around him to prove the charges are false and Jinx is hired to tail Askoff to find out if he had something to do with the murder. Meanwhile, Mullaney anticipates trouble with Judge Arthur Bryson, the man who used to date Judge Carolyn Walker, as he prosecutes a case under California's "three strikes" law. McKenzie makes an abrupt change of plans when he visits a doctor. Also, Denise becomes annoyed by the eccentric photocopier repairman's constant whistling. Written by Anonymous

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The title refers to a train stop that is made on the request of the traveler and is not a scheduled stop on the route. See more »

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Frank Askoff: What do you want?
Arnie Becker: I want you to take a good look at yourself, Frank. It's 3:00 in the morning, you're in the middle of a murder investigation, and you picking up hustlers in West Hollywood. What does that tell you?
Frank Askoff: [sighs] It's nothing I have known for a very long time.
Arnie Becker: Carmilla Greer was providing you with male prostitutes?
Frank Askoff: Look, I don't want to get into this with you, Arnie. Now, if you excuse me, huh?
Arnie Becker: You listen to me, Frank! Whether you come forward on your own free will or whether you drag ...
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