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The Last Laugh: Part 2 

After a court exonerates Bonnie Valin for her husband's murder, Mark learns that her alibi is fabricated. Mark strives to get her convicted without incurring double jeopardy. Meanwhile, Jack helps Amanda recover her swindled fortune.

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Dr. Mark Sloan
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Dr. Jack Stewart
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Amanda Bentley-Livingston
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Norman Briggs
Delores Hall ...
Nurse Delores Mitchell
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Steve Sloan
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Bonnie Valin
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Charlie Lane
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Roger Valin
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Eve Laurie
Harley Venton ...
Dr. Lloyd Fleming
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Special Agt. Matthew Dickerson
David Cromwell ...
Wallace Sterling
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Art Thief
Edward Conery ...
Peter the Artist
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Bonnie Valin confesses to Mark she arranged for him to get her off for the greedy laughing gas murder on her husband plastic surgeon Elliot, trusting the double jeopardy rule renders her immune to prosecution. Steve is nearly demoted, and forced to prosecute the innocent son and true heir, Roger Valin. Meanwhile Jack is determined to get Amanda's embezzled trust fund back by posing as the seller and later buyer of the missing can of Campbell soup painting, for which he knows a perfect forger. Mark scares Bonnie, sees the life insurance refuses to pay and Roger contests probate which should take years and scares her hunky boyfriend and accomplice Dave McDonnell with a perjury prosecution- the answer is an attempt on Mark's own life, after which he believes missing Dave is murdered by Bonnie with rat poison, yet... Written by KGF Vissers

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swindling | sting | pool | forgery | diving | See All (5) »

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Crime | Mystery | Drama

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18 November 1994 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The Simpkin's Soup can painting is based upon Andy Warhol's famous painting of a Campbell's Soup can. The painting of the soup can would show up again in season five's "Obsession". See more »

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When Dave tries to kill Sloane with the laughing gas, he holds the canister with his bare hands, which would make it easy to prosecute him. What's more, they could then flip him for conspiracy against Bonnie Valin to kill Sloane. See more »

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