Season 7 Breakdown
Normal Episodes: 22
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
Normal Episodes: 22
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
L.A. Law Season 7 (1992-1993)
|7x01 L.A. Lawless |
Douglas convinces Stuart to be his best man; Benny disappears during a riot and a theme park employee is fired due to his Homer Simpson portrayal.
|Oct. 22, 1992|
|7x02 Second Time Around |
Morales opens a 33-year-old cold case; Brackman is arrested during the riot; a change in Stuart's attitude disturbs Ann.
|Oct. 29, 1992|
|7x03 Zo Long |
Zoey looks for a change; mudslinging follows Rollins; Becker looks inward; Brackman sees life's underbelly from behind bars.
|Nov. 05, 1992|
|7x04 Wine Knot |
A case of sour grapes pits sibling winemakers; Roxanne yearns for something to give life purpose; Markowitz goes on an impromptu excursion with Benny.
|Nov. 12, 1992|
|7x05 My Friend Flicker |
Becker cozies up to a studio mogul whose daughter's divorce he's handling; McKenzie takes a pro bono case involving a hearing-impaired friend accused of reverse discrimination; Roxanne ...
|Nov. 19, 1992|
|7x06 Love on the Rox |
Kelsey fights for a man's right to choose in an injunction against his ex-wife to stop her from using their frozen embryos; Gwen believes someone is stalking her; a gun-toting Markowitz ...
|Dec. 03, 1992|
|7x07 Helter Shelter |
The lawyers welcome associate Melina Paros; Markowitz goes off the deep end while helping Benny; Becker accepts an intricate assignment from Flicker; Brackman teams with an unlikely ...
|Dec. 10, 1992|
|7x08 Christmas Stalking |
Paros hopes to prove child abuse in a case for the attorney general's office; Becker heads out of town---at knife point; Roxanne and Mullaney share a special gift at Christmas.
|Dec. 17, 1992|
|7x09 Odor in the Court |
A couple whose daughter was murdered try to block the prison release of her killer; Flicker skates on thin ice with Becker; Brackman tries to revitalize his sex life.
|Jan. 07, 1993|
|7x10 Spanky and the Art Gang |
The trial of a sexual-bondage dominatrix has ramifications for the firm and World Wide Studios; Rollins defends the right to free artistic expression of a sculptor whose work incited ...
|Jan. 14, 1993|
|7x11 Bare Witness |
Markowitz stands up to his attackers; Gwen is jarred by nightmares about Morales's late wife; a topless-club owner faces charges of violating a city decency clause; a shrewd new admirer ...
|Jan. 21, 1993|
|7x12 Parent Trap |
A man fights to have his girlfriend kept on life support so his unborn child can reach full term; Morales is left holding a smoking gun; Mullaney's hard-drinking father pays an unexpected ...
|Jan. 28, 1993|
|7x13 Hello and Goodbye |
A widow charges a news photographer with encouraging her late husband's suicide; Mullaney maintains a vigil by his father's hospital bed; authorities are summoned to locate baby Lu ...
|Feb. 18, 1993|
|7x14 Where There's a Will |
McKenzie pursues a witness who could re-open Osgood's case; a murder-for-hire case involves Paros with a family friend; star-crossed lovers cross literary swords in the courtroom.
|Feb. 25, 1993|
|7x15 F.O.B. |
Brackman represents a man with ties to Hillary Clinton; a man is accused of murdering the rapist who attacked his daughter; a client who wants a divorce from her husband, a famous boxer, ...
|Apr. 01, 1993|
|7x16 Cold Shower |
A client who owes the government $800,000 in back taxes demands that the I.R.S. treat her with respect; Mullaney prosecutes a 16-year-old being tried as an adult for shooting a classmate; ...
|Apr. 08, 1993|
|7x17 That's Why the Lady Is a Stamp |
McKenzie is shocked to discover that a dead friend owned a valuable collection of pornography; Paros represents a man whose wife was killed when a co-worker went on a rampage at the ...
|Apr. 15, 1993|
|7x18 Come Rain or Come Schein |
A weatherman is fired and replaced by a stand-up comedian; Morales represents a Mexican laborer suing his employer for back pay; a woman tries to persuade her husband to help her get ...
|Apr. 22, 1993|
|7x19 Vindaloo in the Villows |
Waiters at an East Indian restaurant are accused of assaulting a customer with food; Paros represents a woman suing descendants of slave owners to get an artwork created by a slave ...
|Apr. 29, 1993|
|7x20 Testing, Testing, 1...2...3...4 |
A teacher is fired after refusing to take a test that would prove he is not sexually aroused by children; a fan claims that a baseball player assaulted him in the stands; Gwen's fears ...
|May. 06, 1993|
|7x21 Bourbon Cowboy |
A teenage prostitute claims her boyfriend forced her to rob a man; Becker represents a country music star whose wife's career is better than his; Gwen's teacher makes another sexual ...
|May. 13, 1993|
|7x22 Hackett or Pack It |
Roxanne convinces comedian Buddy Hackett to appear in an infomercial about a device that allows a pregnant woman to communicate with her unborn fetus; Gwen charges her former law tutor ...
|May. 27, 1993|
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Season 7 Characters
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Season 7 Quotes
|Season 7 / Episode 11: - Bare Witness|
Dana Romney: You assert that your establishment provides entertainment which is decent and morally acceptable?
Peter Phillipson: Yes I do.
Dana Romney: I see. And have you ever brought your mother to the club, Mr. Phillipson?
Peter Phillipson: No.
Dana Romney: No? Why? If what you offer is so morally acceptable, why wouldn't the show be something your own mother would enjoy?
Peter Phillipson: She's no longer alive.
Dana Romney: Never mind.
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