L.A. Law (1986–1994)
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Victor/Victorious 

Grace once again faces off against Lee Atkins, the conniving and racist black lawyer, who again uses the issue of race in which he is defending a middle-aged black man who shot and killed a... See full summary »

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... Michael Kuzak
... D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
... Arnie Becker
... Ann Kelsey
... Douglas Brackman, Jr.
... Abby Perkins
... Victor Sifuentes
... Stuart Markowitz
... Roxanne Melman
... Jonathan Rollins
... Benny Stulwicz
... Leland McKenzie
... Allison Gottlieb
... Judge Marilyn Travelini
... Dave Meyer
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Grace once again faces off against Lee Atkins, the conniving and racist black lawyer, who again uses the issue of race in which he is defending a middle-aged black man who shot and killed a white man in his apartment whom he thought was an intruder, whereas Grace's argument is that it was a drug deal gone wrong. Seeing that the odds are against him this time, Atkins resorts to low and underhanded means against Grace to get a mistrial declared rather than lose. Meanwhile, Abby unwisely advices a client of hers to accept a settlement because her own practice is in financial difficulty. Markowitz and Kelsey are contacted by their baby broker who has information on a possible baby girl that they can adopt. Allison Gottlieb rejects Becker, but she goes out on a date with Victor and they immediately engage in a passionate affair. Written by Anonymous

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19 January 1989 (USA)  »

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D.D.A. Grace Van Owen: I just can't believe how stupid I was. I fell right into it... Again.
Michael Kuzak: Well, at least the judge hammered him.
D.D.A. Grace Van Owen: Well, that's the thing. The jury didn't hear any of that. All they heard was the stuff about me. And all they saw was me ranting at the bench like lunatic. While Atkins stood there calmly.
Michael Kuzak: Face it, Gracie. The guy's good, and you're a lunatic.
D.D.A. Grace Van Owen: Well, this lunatic is ready for Mr. Atkins. He's not gonna under my skin anymore. I studied up on him. I know all his tricks and I'm ready to stop...
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