At the start of the third year, Hart assumes Presidency of Law Review and proposes a controversial approach to the first issue. He also struggles with leadership issues. His problems are ... See full summary »

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Ralph Senensky

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John Jay Osborn Jr. (based on the novel by), James Bridges (developed for television by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Houseman ... Professor Charles W. Kingsfield Jr.
James Stephens ... James T. Hart
Tom Fitzsimmons Tom Fitzsimmons ... Franklin Ford III
James Keane ... Willis Bell
Andra Millian Andra Millian ... Laura Kiernan
Michael Tucci ... Gerald Golden
Diana Douglas ... Professor Tyler
Clare Kirkconnell ... Rita Harriman
Peter Nelson Peter Nelson ... Tom Ford
Penny Johnson Jerald ... Vivian Conway (as Penny Johnson)
Lainie Kazan ... Rose Samuels
Betty Harford Betty Harford ... Mrs. Nottingham
Joel Polis
Peter White ... Paul Woods
Sandy Simpson Sandy Simpson ... Kramer
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At the start of the third year, Hart assumes Presidency of Law Review and proposes a controversial approach to the first issue. He also struggles with leadership issues. His problems are compounded by an article request from Kingsfieldmthat does not fit with the theme of the issue. Professor Tyler begins classes, and clashes with Kinsgsfield over admitting Bell to her class, since Bell has not completed all the prerequisites. Bell becomes dorm advisor to the new group of first year students. New student Rose struggles to adjust to law school after raising a family. Ford's younger brother Tom is a first year student, and his presence causes friction, as the brothers have always been very competitive. Harriman is chosen by Hart to run the writing competition, whereby students without the best grades have an alternative method to apply for Law Review. Ford enters the writing competition. Written by Tony Catalano

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English

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11 May 1985 (USA) See more »

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Mono

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Not exactly the second part of a two-parter
26 March 2018 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

New student--Rose (Kazan) hart having difficulty making decisions bell in class without prerequisites

"Decisions: Part 2" is not so much the rest of the story in part one but deals more with the consequences of all the decisions that happened in the first episode of season three.

Hart has decided to make a daring choice for his first edition of "Law Review". But when Kingsfield makes a request for another addition, Hart is having great difficulty deciding and sticking with it. The new professor wants to allow Bell in one of her classes but he doesn't have a prerequisite...and Kingsfield does not like the notion of her setting a new precedent. And, finally, you see how Ford's brother's admission to the law school not only affects him but a non-traditional student as well.

All of the stories are interesting and worth seeing...the end, in particular, as Kingsfield is so difficult to please and so non-demonstrative. Overall, the good momentum of the first episode continues into the second!


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