Air Date: September 15th, 1986
The lives and careers of a group of Los Angeles lawyers.
Season 8 - Episode 22 : Finish Line May 19, 1994
On his 65th birthday, McKenzie advises the lawyers to seek other employment; Becker asks Halliday to take him to church; Benny and friend buy a race horse.
Season 8 - Episode 21 : Whistle Stop May 12, 1994
An ex-girlfriend prosecutes Becker for a Hollywood madam's murder; Walker's ex-lover harasses her and Mullaney; McKenzie has cancer.
Season 8 - Episode 20 : How Am I Driving May 5, 1994
The wife threatens to publicize a corporate executive's patronage of prostitutes; Levinson buys his first car.
Season 8 - Episode 19 : Tunnel of Love Apr 28, 1994
After a romantic interlude, a prosecutor (Kate Vernon) becomes obsessed with Becker; a dentist sues a rival for spreading rumors that he has AIDS.
Season 8 - Episode 18 : Dead Issue Apr 21, 1994
A muckraker (Peter Crombie) is accused of libeling a scientist (Fritz Weaver) who conducted fallout experiments on humans during the Cold War.
It's high-pitched, unforgettable, knockout, electrifying TV...There should be a law requiring more series like NBC's new L.A. Law. [15 Sept 1986, p.C1] Show More
After watching the rest of what is a very promising pilot, we are left with the unpleasant aftertaste of saccharin. A passing miscalulation, or a harbinger of episodes to come? Bring on the series. [15 Sept 1986, p.C14] Show More
This is L.A. Law, which not only is the best offering of the new television season, but the best pilot for a new show since Hill Street Blues' debut six TV seasons ago. It will, as they say, make you laugh; it will make you cry. It brandishes a superior cast and a wit and style that elevate it immediately into the rarefied Hill Street/St. Elsewhere atmospheres -- shows whose structure of interwoven story lines that dangle from episode to episode it shares. [14 Sept 1986, p.K1] Show More