First Aired: October 15, 1999
Leon risks losing his position on a Federal labor and employment commission when he champions the rights of factory workers whose jobs are in jeopardy. His outspokenness also gets him in trouble with Alana---until he pops the question. Elsewhere, Chuck wins the admiration of a young waitress (Jennifer Winston) after defending the owner of an Italian restaurant, who is accused of “pasta plagiarism”; and Carrie sings the praises of her client, a charming bank robber (Thick Wilson) with a passion for country tunes. Alana Newman Robinovitch: Julie Khaner.
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