Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by VegasGroove, Jul 6, 2014.
. . . to argue your case?
Me? I'll take Perry Mason!
I'll take Glenn "The Heavy Hitter" Learner... anyone who has watched TV commercials in Las Vegas knows who he is.
LOL! Ole Glen! Imagine my mindbend when I saw his commercial air here in Chicago. I was like, "huh. . whaaa, am I in Vegas?". LOL!!!
Better call Sal!
Enough said, call Ed
Are you kidding!!! Saul Goodman!!
Nick Kaczmarek from "The Defenders"
The show is based in vegas, lots of cool shots.
I found it on Netflix
Jim Adler "The Texas Hammer" - in all his ads he screams about the amount of money he gets his clients & it always includes some change - i.g. never $3000. but $3000.47
If it's infomercials, then Jim "The Hammer" Shapiro is da man! He had commercials on in the early to mid-90s out of Rochester, NY, I believe. Saw them while in university...he was a cult hero for us. Even called his office once.
If it's fictional TV shows, then Ben Matlock is who I'd hire. His lunch charges would be quite cheap...a hotdog from the street vendor.
Definitely Rabinowitz and Rabinowitz, from All In The Family. No way I'd retain Algonquin J. Calhoun from Amos and Andy. Maybe Jackie Childs from Seinfeld
Sorry,you mean those bottom feeders who are really lawyers,none of them unless I was pulling a scam or fake claim.
Having siblings who are both attorneys, I would never hire those who advertise prominently. They call them "ambulance chasers"
Perry Mason. He never lost a case. (Well, one, but that was a fluke and he really didn't lose.)
Alicia Florrick, The Good Wife always seems to figure it out. Besides she seems to be open to after hours negotiations if you get my drift!!!
Definitely Saul. Funny thing about Bob Odenkirk and about half the cast of Breaking Bad is they were all once on Seinfeld, Bob Odenkirk played the dumb medical student that Elaine wouldn't sleep with so he would pass his boards.
Haha that dude trips me out. I laugh every time I see his commercial or his building out on I-10.
I'd hire Matthew McConaughey from A Time To Kill...great movie
If I was guilty I'd want either Saul from Breaking Bad or Maurice Levy from The Wire. I'd want someone who wasn't afraid to use shady tactics to get me off the hook.
If I was innocent I'd have a harder time deciding. I liked Sam McCoy from Law & Order but he was a prosecutor, not sure how great of a defense attorney he'd be.
No love for Arnie Becker?
It's already been said, but of course it's Saul Goodman!
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