First Air Date: 07-10-1993
October 07, 1993 | 0.0
The partners begin to interview candidates for a new associate at the firm which is under interior renovation. Meanwhile, Stuart Markowitz's cousin Eli Levinson arrives in town from New York to defend Sandy Morris, the mentally ill son of some old friends who's accused of murdering a social worker. Eli's former secretary, Denise Iannello, arrives and asks Eli to give ...
October 14, 1993 | 0.0
New associate Jane Halliday represents a Gulf War veteran in declining health, who charges a VA doctor with negligence in treating his baffling illness. Meanwhile, Rollins is representing a TV shopping network executive being sued by a man for enticing his ""shopaholic"" wife to spend beyond her means. Eli enters a plea of not guilty for Sandy Morrison and hires ...
October 21, 1993 | 0.0
The Sandy Morris murder trial begins where Eli acts on his suspicions and calls the murder victim's husband, Jonah, to the stand. Meanwhile, Becker longs to buy a classic $275,000 Bentley Convertible, a dream that could come true pending the outcome of a messy divorce case involving his latest client, Jessie Wilks, and her wealthy CEO husband. Also, Morales' artistic eye ...
October 28, 1993 | 0.0
McKenzie urges Eli to join the firm and his restricted men's club; a couple move to sue their travel agent for a nightmare trip; a Chinese financier faces murder charges for the death of an illegal immigrant.
November 04, 1993 | 0.0
Markowitz is approached by Barry Glassman, an old friend who reveals that he's a fugitive named Jay Ellison wanted for attempting to help a Black Panther member escape from prison in 1968 and asks him to help arrange his surrender. Meanwhile, Morales is representing a pot-smoking couple suing the school system for encouraging their daughter to turn them into the police. ...
November 11, 1993 | 0.0
Becker urges that the firm employ a security consultant in constructing a ""safe room"" for the employees, then falls prey to the innovation when he and Denise get locked in it after hours. Meanwhile, Kelsey and Halliday square off against each other while they are representing Karl Bullon, a self-righteous department store employer being sued by an ex-employee for eavesdropping ...
November 18, 1993 | 0.0
Becker's car accident with his Bentley prompts a spate of anti-Asian sentiments, which in turn inspires the minority members of the firm who include Morales and Rollins. Meanwhile, the Glassman case reaches its conclusion as Rollins and Markowitz try to turn the jury against the US government. Eli handles the divorce of the wife of a marriage counseling guru reluctant ...
December 09, 1993 | 0.0
A prostitute brings rape charges against a record executive who claims to have exotic sexual needs; an insecure student sues his voice therapist for fraud; while studying for the California bar exam, Eli contends with the passions of two women.
December 16, 1993 | 0.0
Mamie Van Doren is a guest at the firm's Christmas party; the son of an aging comic believes his father is being exploited by a mistress; Roxanne asks Mullaney to surrender parental rights.
February 03, 1994 | 0.0
Morales agrees to defend a confused young man who wants to confess to a convenience store robbery, but who may not be guilty. Meanwhile, Kelsey takes a civil case of defending a man accused of sexual fraud because he implied to a woman that he was an undercover cop. Mullaney and Judge Walker face a defense attorney demanding a mistrial ...
February 10, 1994 | 0.0
A ballerina sues a dance company for breach of contract; an aging juggler accuses his protÃ©gÃ© of stealing his act; and Benny dances around a commitment to Rosalie.
February 17, 1994 | 0.0
Two mountaineers face charges after resorting to cannibalism; a mathematician adds up the consequences of divorce; and Denise lands in the middle of a father-son feud.
February 24, 1994 | 0.0
Kelsey represents a woman being sued for the custody of her adopted daughter by the girl's biological father, who's heavily influenced by a psychologist with her own unresolved adoption issues; Halliday defends a client with heightened sensibilities against the impolite palaver of the woman's coworker and an impish Becker; the partners resentfully capitulate when Rollins gives them an ultimatum about ...
March 10, 1994 | 0.0
A few days before his wedding, Stulwicz is shocked to discover that his bride-to-be is already married, and enlists Becker's help in getting annulment papers signed by her reluctant husband; when Halliday's father arrives for a visit, Becker wastes no time trying to win him over, but father and daughter clash over his interference in her representation of a biology ...
March 17, 1994 | 0.0
Brackman represents senior citizens threatened with eviction from their retirement community for rambunctious behavior arising from their participation in a clinical study of testosterone patches; Rollins takes on the State Department of Corrections on behalf of an inmate who claims that the conditions in the super maximum security facility in which he is incarcerated violate the constitutional prohibition against cruel ...
March 24, 1994 | 0.0
Levinson represents an advertising executive being sued for wrongful termination by a copywriter with whom she had an affair; Brackman is livid when Halliday's advice to a client seeking inner peace in the midst of litigation over earthquake damage ends up costing the firm over half a million dollars in fees; Ianello's earthquake anxiety begins to get the better of ...
April 14, 1994 | 0.0
Becker and Mullaney suspect, but cannot prove, that Flannigan committed a felony in settling a civil damages suit in a child molestation case; Rollins successfully pleads with an over-controlling father to drop a law suit against his fashion model daughter; Flannigan wins the undying gratitude of the Brackmans when he uses his influence to get their son accepted into a ...
April 21, 1994 | 0.0
Markowitz reluctantly takes a court case of a libel suit involving an investigative reporter being sued by a former a nuclear physicist who was accused of conducting radiation experiments on unwitting subjects in the 1950s. Meanwhile, Kelsey handles a divorce case between a woman and her husband, a Grateful Dead fanatic. Also, Becker gets involved with D.A. Belinda Fox, ...
April 28, 1994 | 0.0
Patrick pulls another fast one; a rumor about Belinda troubles Becker; the owner of a show dog with a litter of mongrels sues her neighbor
May 05, 1994 | 0.0
Becker tries to hush up his client's connection to a well-placed madam; an incorrigible teen sues to be released from rehab; Eli goes through a broker to buy a car.
May 12, 1994 | 0.0
Becker blames Belinda's personal malice for his becoming a murder suspect; Mullaney anticipates trouble with a judge who used to date Carolyn; and McKenzie gets troubling news.
May 19, 1994 | 0.0
McKenzie throws the firm into a turmoil when he announces his plans to retire as they prepare to throw him a surprise 65th birthday party; thinking that he's reached rock bottom at the age of 42, Becker reaches out to Halliday for comfort and finds himself in church; Levinson represents an elderly clothing manufacturer sued by his son in a power ...
|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|
|John Spencer||Tommy Mullaney|
|A Martinez||Daniel Morales|
|Alexandra Powers||Jane Halliday|
|Debi Mazar||Denise Iannello|
|William M. Finkelstein||Production ( Producer )|
|Judith Parker||Production ( Producer )|
|Gregory Hoblit||Production ( Producer )|
|Phillip Goldfarb||Production ( Producer )|
|Mark Tinker||Production ( Producer )|
|Scott Goldstein||Production ( Producer )|
|Terry Louise Fisher||Production ( Producer )|
|Ellen S. Pressman||Production ( Producer )|
|Alice West||Production ( Producer )|
|Michael M. Robin||Production ( Producer )|
|Alan Brennert||Production ( Producer )|
|Carol Flint||Production ( Producer )|
|Michele Gallery||Production ( Producer )|
|John Hill||Production ( Producer )|
|John Masius||Production ( Producer )|
|Don Behrns||Production ( Producer )|
|Elodie Keene||Production ( Producer )|
|Robert Breech||Production ( Producer )|
|Rick Wallace||Production ( Executive Producer )|
|Steven Bochco||Production ( Executive Producer )|
|David E. Kelley||Production ( Executive Producer )|
|Patricia Green||Production ( Executive Producer )|