The Defenders: Season 1, Episode 17

Nevada v. Greene (4 Mar. 2011)

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Unable to recall any events from the previous night, the son of a hotel owner turns to Nick and Pete for help after he awakes to find a casino host strangled to death in a hot tub.

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Unable to recall any events from the previous night, the son of a hotel owner turns to Nick and Pete for help after he awakes to find a casino host strangled to death in a hot tub.

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This Episode Anything But Green ***1/2
5 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Wealthy casino owner's son blacks out and wakes up to find his hot date dead in a hot tub. He doesn't remember anything and is naturally accused of murder.

Our two fearless heroes take on the case for his father, the owner of the casino. He appears be the shady type.

It's their objective to find another culprit and things aren't looking up when the accused was with a girl who drowned 12 years before. Who our lawyers come up with as the guilty party will surprise you. No, it's not his dad.

The sidebar story is very interesting and poses ethical and legal dilemmas. A heavy set man sues the comedienne who insulted him repeatedly during her monologue. He claims that his gal pal ultimately left him. Wait a minute. Don't you have the ability to walk out when you're being embarrassed like that?


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