First Air Date: 18-10-1990
October 18, 1990 | 0.0
The shadow of Rosalind Shays again darkens the door of the firm when she sues them for discrimination, while another lawsuit escalates racial tensions.
October 25, 1990 | 0.0
Rollins feels exploited when he's asked to assist on the Chisholm case; a surprise witness testifies in Rosalind's suit; Brackman considers breaking off with sex surrogate Marilyn after one of her clients dies; Murray gets everyone's attention.
November 01, 1990 | 0.0
An unexpected witness emerges in the Chisholm case; the parents of an emotionally disturbed adopted son seek relief through the courts; Melman refuses to do personal errands for Hammond.
November 08, 1990 | 0.0
Holloway takes the stand; a savvy lawyer, C.J. Lamb, gets wise to the firm's strategy in a lawsuit; a college professor claims he was publicly humiliated on a TV home-video show.
November 15, 1990 | 0.0
A gay-rights case proves to be emotionally trying for the parents and lover of a terminally ill man; Van Owen is taken aback by Sollers' proposition; the firm goes to court behind Benny's back over his involvement with a cult.
November 29, 1990 | 0.0
Douglas appears on Wheel of Fortune (daytime version) & when he's champion, he tries to ask Vanna out on a date. He wins one round with the puzzle, ""Bald Is Beautiful""!
December 06, 1990 | 0.0
Van Owen is given another option when a hospital rejects her client for a kidney transplant; a flag-burner is beaten up by an outraged citizen; Murray and Benny double date.
December 13, 1990 | 0.0
A disfigured doctor charges a clinic with discrimination; Benny anticipates the holidays with his new roommate; Van Owen defends a former colleague.
January 03, 1991 | 0.0
The wife of a brain-damaged boxer sues his promoter; Abby speaks out on TV on gun control; Sifuentes and Van Owen mull their relationship.
January 10, 1991 | 0.0
McKenzie's social life is scrutinized; Sifuentes has misgivings about defending a client; Becker gives a golddigger a creative divorce; Kuzak clashes with Van Owen.
January 31, 1991 | 0.0
A soldier faces a military court for disobeying orders; C.J. represents a home buyer who claims her house is haunted; ""personality differences"" affect Becker and Roxanne.
February 07, 1991 | 0.0
Rosalind promises to help McKenzie save an account; a case of multiple personalities confounds Kuzak; Abby collaborates with C.J. to build her practice; Roxanne is subpoenaed in the case of Becker vs. Becker.
February 14, 1991 | 0.0
A jog in a white neighborhood lands Rollins in jail as a rape suspect; C.J.'s client goes before a Navajo tribal court to get her son back from his father; Brackman moves to sue a tabloid.
February 21, 1991 | 0.0
Sifuentes is forced to play God on behalf of his brother; a headline-hunter charged with murdering her husband hunts for an attorney; Zoey takes on a rape case she's unsure she can win.
March 14, 1991 | 0.0
Lawyers stand ready to assist Mullaney and Kuzak, who are defending Rikki Davis on murder charges; McKenzie gets a surprise proposal as he faces his birthday.
March 21, 1991 | 0.0
Zoey scoffs at the legal system when a child-killer goes free; a delinquent taxpayer protests Government spending; Rosalind steps in to help McKenzie with yet another case.
March 28, 1991 | 0.0
Roxanne and Ann quietly (but gleefully)toast the death of Rosalind whome they both despised. McKenzie feels guilty about Rosalinds death but realises that she may have had it coming. Arnie also celebrates the death of Rosalind for a totally different reason, he gets a bigger office.
April 04, 1991 | 0.0
Recent events lead to chaos at the firm; religion goes on trial in the case of a couple who relied on their faith to save their dying son; C.J. instructs East Bloc lawyers on trial law.
April 25, 1991 | 0.0
Staffers fear Dave Meyer will derail the firm; Brackman plays litigator in the case of a transsexual fired from a job as a model; and Mullaney weighs a coach's negligence in the death of an athlete.
May 02, 1991 | 0.0
An eccentric judge loses his grip on reality; Rollins gets caught up in his own agenda while defending a black motorist charged with evading the police; Becker grapples with his demons.
May 09, 1991 | 0.0
Kelsey and Sollers get caught up in winning a murder case involving an unstable client; a retiree finds euphoric companionship in his pet toads; a team owner objects to a singer's rendition of the national anthem.
May 16, 1991 | 0.0
An AIDS-stricken attorney fights an insurance company's refusal to pay for an experimental treatment; Kelsey's admission concerning a murder case could jeopardize her standing with the bar; and a new partner is named.
|Corbin Bernsen||Arnie Becker|
|Jill Eikenberry||Ann Kelsey|
|Alan Rachins||Douglas Brackman|
|Michael Tucker||Stuart Markowitz|
|Richard Dysart||Leland McKenzie|
|Blair Underwood||Jonathan Rollins|
|Larry Drake||Benny Stulwicz|
|Susan Dey||Grace Van Owen|
|Susan Ruttan||Roxanne Melman|
|Jimmy Smits||Victor Sifuentes|
|Harry Hamlin||Michael Kuzak|
|Michele Greene||Abby Perkins|
|John Spencer||Tommy Mullaney|
|A Martinez||Daniel Morales|
|Alexandra Powers||Jane Halliday|
|Debi Mazar||Denise Iannello|
|Michael Cumpsty||Frank Kittredge|
|Lisa Zane||Melina Paros|
|Judith Parker||Writing ( Writer )|
|Sarah Woodside Gallagher||Writing ( Writer )|
|Robert Breech||Production ( Producer )|
|Michael M. Robin||Production ( Producer )|
|Scott Goldstein||Production ( Producer )|
|Tom Fontana||Writing ( Writer )|
|James C. Hart||Production ( Producer )|
|Alice West||Production ( Producer )|
|Judith Parker||Production ( Producer )|
|Mark Tinker||Production ( Producer )|
|John Masius||Production ( Producer )|
|John Hill||Production ( Producer )|
|Michele Gallery||Production ( Producer )|
|Phillip Goldfarb||Production ( Producer )|
|Alan Brennert||Production ( Producer )|
|Carol Flint||Production ( Producer )|
|Gregory Hoblit||Production ( Producer )|
|Terry Louise Fisher||Production ( Producer )|
|Don Behrns||Production ( Producer )|
|Elodie Keene||Production ( Producer )|
|Ellen S. Pressman||Production ( Producer )|
|Michele Gallery||Writing ( Writer )|
|William M. Finkelstein||Production ( Producer )|
|Patricia Green||Production ( Executive Producer )|
|Steven Bochco||Production ( Executive Producer )|
|Rick Wallace||Production ( Executive Producer )|
|David E. Kelley||Production ( Executive Producer )|