The Guardian (2001–2004)
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Lolita? 

Nick must represent a teenage girl who claims to be a rape victim.

Director:

Charles Haid

Writers:

David Hollander (creator), David Hollander

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Simon Baker ... Nick Fallin
Alan Rosenberg ... Alvin Masterson
Erica Leerhsen ... Amanda Bowles
Charles Malik Whitfield ... James Mooney
Raphael Sbarge ... Jake Straka
Dabney Coleman ... Burton Fallin
Rusty Schwimmer ... Barbara Ludzinski
Gerry Becker ... Judge Stanton
Shelly Cole ... April Evans
Todd Robert Anderson
Juanita Jennings
Dyan Kane ... Jenny Sandro
Sal Landi ... Al Sandro
Brittany Haid Brittany Haid ... Gail Behrhorst
Elisabeth Harmon-Haid ... Admitting Nurse (as Elisabeth Harmon)
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Storyline

Nick wants to handle the case of a factory in trouble, which needs to reorganize or shut down. Father Burton Fallin refuses to accept the client, allegedly because there's no profit in it and risk of face loss, but Nick insists and finds the real reason is a family grudge. Nick is offered a way out of his 1500 hours community sentence, as his 'spoiled' MO hardly squares with the overworked public office. While he considers it, he handles the case of April Evans, who claims to be raped by her cop stepfather Al Sandro, who denies abusing her or her mother, who sides with him. Nick finds out the truth. Written by KGF Vissers

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Trivia

Rusty Schwimmer and Shelly Cole have both had roles on the Gilmore Girls. See more »

Quotes

Amanda Bowles: So, um, well. Where did you two meet?
Barbara Ludzinski: Oh, personals. Nick was looking for a plus size woman and I was looking for a cocky sugar daddy.
Jake Straka: [laughing]
Barbara Ludzinski: You think I'm kidding?
Jake Straka: No. No...
Nick Fallin: This is actually our third date. I thought it was time to, you know, bring her around and meet the family.
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References Lolita (1962) See more »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 October 2001 (USA) See more »

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