Deadly Games

The Divorce Lawyer

Season 1, Ep 9, Aired 11/14/95
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  • Episode Description
  • Gus is shocked to learn the latest villain is Lauren's divorce lawyer, currently charged with 10,000 volts and aiming to electrify the Supreme Court Justices' chairs, unless Gus and Lauren can ground the amped-up attorney first.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Christopher Lloyd

    The Jackal

  • Cynthia Gibb

    Lauren Ashborne

  • James Calvert

    Gus Lloyd

  • Stephen T. Kay

    Peter Rucker

  • James Culvert

    Gus Lloyd/TheCold-Steel Kid

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Trivia (5)

    • In nearly every episode, Gus, Lauren and Peter use some kind of gun to fire at the weekly villain--here, it's a rubber dart gun.

    • In this episode, The "Cold-Steel Kid" is not the true hero. The "Girl" is--Lauren herself. Although she is captive, she is the one to save the day. Lauren told Gus that he was too self-centered in their marriage. Despite all this, Peter is the one who saves the day.

    • While there is the usual way to make the henchman obliterate by simply foiling the plan (in this case, electrifying the Supreme Court), a way to make Courtney simply go up in light (the "automatic kill") is to throw a record album copy of Billy Joel album "The Stranger," the frisbee--which was Gus and Lauren's song. Even though Lauren herself doesn't remember.

    • While there is the usual way to make the henchman obliterate by simply foiling the plan (in this case, electrifying the Supreme Court), a way to make Courtney simply go up in light (the "automatic kill") is to throw a record album copy of Billy Joel album "The Stranger," the frisbee--which was Gus and Lauren's song. Even though Lauren herself doesn't remember.

    • The key villian in this episode is based on Lauren's real-life divorce attorney. Her weakness is rubber as she's incredibly an electrical baddie (like "Electro" from "Spider-Man") and rubber is electrical resistant. She absorbs electricity from numerous electrical outlets.

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