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American Dreams 

Tommy convinces Harry to help him defend four albinos seeking asylum in the U.S. from the dangers of albino hunters in their native Tanzania. Elsewhere, Jenna's car is stolen, but is later ... See full summary »

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Adam Branch
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US Attorney General Flynn
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Attaché of Tanzanian Consulate
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Jamal
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Mr. Ungese, an Albino
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Castor Mukasa
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Tommy convinces Harry to help him defend four albinos seeking asylum in the U.S. from the dangers of albino hunters in their native Tanzania. Elsewhere, Jenna's car is stolen, but is later returned by the thief's sister in hopes that the firm will represent him on an unrelated theft charge. Back in the office, Jenna and Harry's relationship gets rocky when Harry makes a hurtful comment. Written by NBC Publicity

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Brittany Snow (Jenna Backstrom) previously played Meg Pryor in American Dreams (2002). See more »

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Harry's Law 1.07
17 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

Summary: Harry and Tommy work together to help a group of albino illegal immigrants facing deportation to Tanzania, where albinos are at times hunted. Meanwhile, Jenna fights to have her stolen car returned. Malcolm goes on a date.

The episode in question is entitled "American Dreams", which ironically is also the name of the TV series Brittany Snow starred in from 2002 to 2005.

In fact, both American Dreams and Harry's Law aired on the same network: NBC. The former show aired Sundays at 8PM/7C from season 1 to midway through season 3, while the latter aired in the same time period midway through season 2.


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