L.A. Law (1986–1994)
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Where There's a Will 

McKenzie and Morales pursues a witness Peter Manzo who could clear Frank Osgood whom McKenzie convicted in 1959. Meanwhile, Paros crosses a long-term family friend she is defending in a ... See full summary »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Arnie Becker
... Ann Kelsey
... Douglas Brackman, Jr.
... Stuart Markowitz
... Roxanne Melman
... Jonathan Rollins
... Benny Stulwicz (credit only)
... Gwen Taylor
... A.D.A. Tommy Mullaney
... Daniel Morales
... Melina Paros
... Leland McKenzie
Anne Twomey ... Linda Salerno
... Camille Bancroft
... Frank Osgood
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McKenzie and Morales pursues a witness Peter Manzo who could clear Frank Osgood whom McKenzie convicted in 1959. Meanwhile, Paros crosses a long-term family friend she is defending in a murder-for-hire case. Kelsey is representing a professor who is clashing with her colleague over the proper authority of a book on Shakespeare. Mullaney finally comes to his senses and returns to Roxanne. After Gwen's stalker, Linda Salerno, murders a police detective, Gwen finds that the 24-hour police surveillance is hard to endure. Written by Anonymous

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25 February 1993 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The show L.A. Law went on a hiatus since the stalker Linda Salerno was attempting to stab Gwen Taylor, but was killed and shot in the back by the Police Officer and saving Gwen's life. Anne Twomey is the last appearance a recurring role as Gwen's villainous stalker Linda Salerno. In the midseason of the seventh season, Co-Executive Producers John Tinker & John Masius were fired. Executive Producer William M. Finkelstein returned to L.A. Law on NBC as a producer to finish out two seasons of Civil Wars (1991) on ABC and make changes to be brought in to fix it. See more »

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In the file room, Gwen erroneously calls Linda, Allison. See more »

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Judge Myron Swaybill: [the Honorable Judge Myron Swaybill presiding] Be seated. Ms. Jenkins, Mr. Morales, I am setting trial in this matter for April 3rd.
D.D.A. Susan Jenkins: Your Honor, that won't be necessary. The people believe in light of Mr. Osgood's 34 years of incarceration and the difficulty of proving our case. It's no longer in the public's interest to retry him.
Judge Myron Swaybill: So ordered.
[to Frank Osgood]
Judge Myron Swaybill: Mr. Osgood, you're a free man. Case dismissed. This court is adjourned.
[Frank Osgood is now a free man and give thanks to Daniel Morales]
Frank Osgood:
[...]
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