Brian G. Hutton as

Episodes 3

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Your Witness

4x31
May 17, 1959

Arnold Shawn is a lawyer who is defending a man invovled in a hit-and-run accident. Arnold's wife Naomi worries about her marriage. She knows that Arnold is seeing another woman. During the trial, Shawn discredits a witness to the accident named Babcock. Without his glasses, he is blind. Later Naomi kills her husband in a hit-and-run. The discredited Babcock is the only witness.

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The Big Kick

7x37
June 19, 1962

Mitch and Judy are out-of-work beatniks in need of money. At a party held by one of Mitch's friends Bruce, Judy meets an older man named Kenneth. Kenneth is not a beatnik, but he likes to attend their parties. He asks Judy on a date. Mitch encourages Judy to date Kenneth because he seems to have money. Kenneth gives Judy a diamond bracelet which Mitch takes and tries to sell to a jeweler. The jeweler has Mitch arrested. It seems that the bracelet Kenneth gave to Judy was in fact stolen. With Mitch in prison, Kenneth who is actually a beatnik-hater stabs Judy to death in her apartment.

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