L.A. Law (1986–1994)
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Guess Who's Coming to Murder 

Mullaney and Zoey are on opposite sides in the prosecution of John Harvey, an accused, Ted Bundy-type serial killer, who manipulates the jury and both of them. Meanwhile, Brackman, Kelsey ... See full summary »

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... Grace Van Owen
... Arnie Becker
... Ann Kelsey
... Douglas Brackman, Jr.
... Stuart Markowitz
... Roxanne Melman
... Jonathan Rollins
... Benny Stulwicz (credit only)
... Gwen Taylor
... Cara Jean 'C.J.' Lamb
... Tommy Mullaney
Cecil Hoffman ... A.D.A. Zoey Clemmons (as Cecil Hoffmann)
... Leland McKenzie
... Susan Bloom
... John Harvey
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Mullaney and Zoey are on opposite sides in the prosecution of John Harvey, an accused, Ted Bundy-type serial killer, who manipulates the jury and both of them. Meanwhile, Brackman, Kelsey and Marktowitz deal with Giles Keenan, an eccentric businessman who comes to the firm for representation in landing a multi-million dollar movie deal. But Keenan's true sanity becomes an issue when Kelsey eventually voices her concern about it. Also, Bloom heats up her personal war with McKenzie when she videotapes him and Grace in a compromising position. Written by Anonymous

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9 January 1992 (USA)  »

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Tommy Mullaney: You know you really had me going, John, I didn't know if Kelly Socha was going to show. Only thing I was positive of was that someone was going to show up tonight.
John Harvey: What's your timing is such a pity.
[Harvey put the knife down]
John Harvey: As it stands, I can only be arrested for breaking and entering. If you stayed in the bathroom for just a bit longer, I might have said some things to Ms. Clemmons, you could have really used against me. What a shame. I really was feeling quite chatty. This way I'll be in ...
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