Melrose Place

And Justice for None

Season 3, Ep 10, Aired 11/14/94
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  • Episode Description
  • The trial to determine custody of Jo's baby begins. The Carters' attorney raises many doubts about the character of Jo's friends and neighbors, but Jo shines on the stand. Kimberly learns that she cannot have children because of injuries suffered in the car accident. Alison gets drunk at a client party and leaves with a hard-living music business scout named Zack Phillips. Bruce suffers a heart attack while dancing at the event, and Peter suggests that Amanda use the opportunity to seize control of the agency. Alison is unable to testify on Jo's behalf because she is stoned following a night of partying with Zack. The judge awards custody of the baby to the Carters. Matt questions his relationship with Jeffrey due to the illness, but the two decide to commit to each other.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Courtney Thorne-Smith

    Alison Parker

  • Heather Locklear

    Amanda Woodward

  • Grant Show

    Jake Hanson

  • Andrew Shue

    Billy Campbell

  • Thomas Calabro

    Michael Mancini

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Jo: The custody trial starts tomorrow. Jake: And you want me to bump off the Carters? Jo: Well, not you personally.

    • Amanda: Your ex-fiancĂ©e's ex-best friend is now your love interest and living in your apartment? That's not dating; that's rebound roulette!

    • Alison: Sorry, Warden Woodward. I guess you're the only one who's allowed to be loose around here.

    • Susan: Living with Billy is only temporary. Alison: I know. I've been there, remember?

    Notes (1)

    • The video for Aimee Mann's "That's Just What You Are" plays over the closing credits; "Hit by Love" by CeCe Peniston and "Here and Now" by Letters to Cleo play during the radio station party; "Precious" by Annie Lennox plays over the establishing shots. This is yet another song from the Melrose Place soundtrack, although it was actually released in 1992 on her album Diva.

    Allusions (1)

    • The episode title is an allusion to the 1979 Al Pacino film ...And Justice for All.

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