L.A. Law (1986–1994)
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Auld L'Anxiety 

Brackman agonizes when his half-brother, Erroll, catches him making out with his bailiff, Rhonda, in which he blackmails Brackman for use of his office at the firm. Meanwhile, McKenzie is ... See full summary »

Director:

Nell Cox

Writers:

Steven Bochco (created by), Terry Louise Fisher (created by) | 5 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Harry Hamlin ... Michael Kuzak
Susan Dey ... D.D.A. Grace Van Owen
Corbin Bernsen ... Arnie Becker
Jill Eikenberry ... Ann Kelsey
Alan Rachins ... Douglas Brackman, Jr.
Michele Greene ... Abby Perkins
Jimmy Smits ... Victor Sifuentes
Michael Tucker ... Stuart Markowitz
Susan Ruttan ... Roxanne Melman
Blair Underwood ... Jonathan Rollins
Richard Dysart ... Leland McKenzie
Larry Drake ... Benny Stulwicz
Jeff Silverman Jeff Silverman ... Erroll Farrell
Jesse D. Goins ... Milton Labine
Rosalind Cash ... Nonnie Sweet
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Storyline

Brackman agonizes when his half-brother, Erroll, catches him making out with his bailiff, Rhonda, in which he blackmails Brackman for use of his office at the firm. Meanwhile, McKenzie is reluctant to go back into the courtroom for the first time in years to handle an age-discrimination case with his hearing impairment. Rollins aggressively deposes a divorcing spouse, despite the partners objections to his tactics. Markowitz tries without success to apologize to an elusive Kelsey over the prenuptial agreement. Also, Grace persuades a reluctant mother to testify against the gang members accused in a drive-by shooting, and later regrets it. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 November 1987 (USA) See more »

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Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The title refers to the song played on New Year's Eve and at farewell occasions based upon an 18th century Scottish poem and tune. The tune became culturally connected to "Guy" Lombardo and The Royal Canadians by playing it at New Year's Eve festivities from the 1940s to the 1970s. See more »

Quotes

Jonathan Rollins: You wanted to see me, Arnie?
Arnie Becker: Yeah, two things. First of all, Mr. O'Halloran caved in on the divorce settlement. He couldn't take it anymore and just signed a fantastic agreement. Our client's ecstatic. A large settlement for her and a big commission for us, including you.
Jonathan Rollins: That's great! I knew it!
Arnie Becker: Second, McKenzie and Brackman aren't ecstatic. They didn't like your attitude, they didn't like your tactics that went on for days. They want me to reprimand you for your behavior.
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