Murder One

Season 1 Episode 15

Chapter Fifteen

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Feb 19, 1996 on ABC
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Romance is in the air when two jurors find each other, causing some problems. Meanwhile, Arnold Spivak and Julie Costello also feel attracted to each other. Dr Graham Lester is forced to testify.

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    Victor Bevine

    Victor Bevine

    Miles Bewkus

    Guest Star

    Juliana Donald

    Juliana Donald

    Julia Antonelli

    Guest Star

    Lorinne Vozoff

    Lorinne Vozoff

    Chief Justice

    Guest Star

    Bobbie Phillips

    Bobbie Phillips

    Julie Costello

    Recurring Role

    Vanessa Zima

    Vanessa Zima

    Elizabeth Hoffman

    Recurring Role

    Donna Murphy

    Donna Murphy

    Francesca Cross

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • Hoffman: There's no indication the relationship between these two people will have any effect on the jury's deliberation.
        Grasso: You don't think their independence has been compromised?
        Hoffman: No, I don't. I think it's entirely possible for two people to sleep together and disagree about everything.

      • Julie: When you're with Richard, it's like being lost in a fog. All very calm and cool, and scary as hell because you can't quite see what's right in front of your eyes.

      • Richard Cross: Abundance and prosperity belong to each and everyone of us. The trouble is, most people cannot accept that. So they live lives of denial and self-depreciation.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Arnold: Too much discipline and self-control also lands you in a clock tower with a sniper rifle.

        A reference to Charles Whitman (1941-1966) who shot and killed 14 people from a clock tower at the University of Texas in 1966.

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