Gimme a Break!: Season 5, Episode 19

Pride and Prejudice (15 Feb. 1986)

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Nell goes to apply for a job. But the man she meets tells her that she's not what he's looking for. She assumes he's a bigot so she gets a lawyer who specializes in racial discrimination to... See full summary »

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Kari Michaelsen ...
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Julie Kanisky Maxwell (credit only)
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Joey Donovan (as Joey Lawrence)
Howard Morton ...
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Mr. Randall
Al Fann ...
Ben Guthrie
Lenny Hicks
Stuart Mabray
Patrick Puccinelli ...
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Donald Willis
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Nell goes to apply for a job. But the man she meets tells her that she's not what he's looking for. She assumes he's a bigot so she gets a lawyer who specializes in racial discrimination to confront him. But they find a lot of blacks working there. They find out that why he doesn't want to hire Nell. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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