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L.A. Law: Bounds for Glory

Episode number: 4x16
Production Number: 7D16
Airdate: Thursday March 22nd, 1990

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Episode number: 4x16
Production Number: 7D16
Airdate: Thursday March 22nd, 1990

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Guest Stars
Alan Rosenberg
As William Willis
Dan Hedaya
As Michael Roitman
Diana Muldaur
As Rosalind Shays
Dick Anthony Williams
As Charles Jackson
Hansford Rowe
As Daniel Siegfried
Keith Mills
As Judge Walter Green
Peter Kevoian
As D.D.A. Jim Aoli
Andrew Hill Newman
As Jerry Svetka
George Dickerson
As Joseph Haas
Michael DeLuise
As Keith Haas
Richard Marcus
As Ray Breecher
Richard Venture
As Abe Lassen
Zeljko Ivanek
As Joel Lassen
Zoaunne LeRoy
As Gretchen Wynn

Co-Guest Stars
Bill Mondy
As Paul Zweibel
Don S. Davis
As Judge Richard Bartke

Mark Klastorin
As ADA Haller
Tina Chappel
As Foreperson

Kisha Sharon Oglesby
As Mrs. Jackson
Main Cast
Harry Hamlin
As Michael Kuzak
Susan Dey
As Grace Van Owen
Corbin Bernsen
As Arnie Becker
Jill Eikenberry
As Ann Kelsey
Alan Rachins
As Douglas Brackman Jr.
Michele Greene
As Abby Perkins
Jimmy Smits
As Victor Sifuentes
Michael Tucker (1)
As Stuart Markowitz
Susan Ruttan
As Roxanne Melman
Richard A. Dysart
As Leland McKenzie
Blair Underwood
As Jonathan Rollins
Larry Drake
As Benny Stulwicz
Episode Quotes
Ray Breecher: I was shocked. They're running a frog-jumping contests. It's supposed to be a legitimate thing. I show up with my frog and they won't let him jump.
Michael Roitman: What reason did they give for excluding you, sir?
Ray Breecher: And they say it was too big. Now there's nothing about size in the rules and suddenly they go too big. The fix had to be in.
Jonathan: Objection.
Judge Walter Green: Sustained.
Ray Breecher: I paid 1,300 bucks for this frog, plus travel.
Michael Roitman: Plus travel?
Ray Breecher: I had him flown in for Africa. There's a lot of paperwork to be done on that, I tell you.
Michael Roitman: You also put him to, uh, rigorous training camp, did you not?
Ray Breecher: And we did sprints, jumps, squats, big hops, little hops, and I even put him on his little wheel for aerobic conditioning. (scoffs) I tell you, I push that frog.
Michael Roitman: How much does this, uh, arbitrary disqualification cost you, sir?
Ray Breecher: The winner gets 40,000, which would have been mine. You get an extra 10 grand for setting a record, which my frog could have done on one leg easy.
Michael Roitman: I have nothing further, sir.
Jonathan: Are you real concerned with fairness, Mr. Breecher?
Ray Breecher: What's a contest without fairness? Yeah.
Jonathan: Four years ago, you attempted to enter a tiny but long leaping run toad, didn't you?
Ray Breecher: Well, it looked like like a frog. I was mistaken.
Jonathan: And two years ago, your winning entry tested positive for cocaine, did it not?
Ray Breecher: I don't know how he got the drugs. Frog had a life.
Jonathan: Mr. Breecher, your reptile has been known to,,, to eat small rats.
Michael Roitman: Objection, Your Honor, it is not a reptile. It is an amphibian.
Judge Walter Green: Sustained.
Jonathan: How large is your amphibian, sir?
Ray Breecher: It's big.
Jonathan: Exactly, how big?
Ray Breecher: How? With legs extended, I'd say he was about three feet long.
Judge Walter Green: Three feet?
Ray Breecher: That's one big mother frog.

Warning: L.A. Law season 4 episode 16 guide may contain spoilers
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