Finished L.A. Law S01, and will start S02 in the next week or two (hopefully). Again, WOW. What an excellent show. It's too bad I missed this for so long, but better late than never. I'm very impressed by the score/music on the show. The opening theme song is obviously very well-done. And, the score in many of the episodes themselves has a very jazzy sound - this, combined with many of the night scenes (especially the far panoramic shots of the city, etc.) gives the show an almost noir-ish feel/tone - at least at times. Some notable storylines/episodes: -Grace Van Owen prosecutes a vicious career criminal, who has killed several people in prison. She pushes for the death penalty for the criminal, and gets it, despite being threatened by the criminal (in court) . In retaliation, the criminal (from behind bars) orchestrates a "hit" on her, by setting it up so that a young juvenile shoots at Gracie at the courthouse, hitting her in the arm. Though it's just a flesh wound, Gracie is understandably traumatized & turns to prescription drugs & alcohol to deal with the emotional pain. She eventually has to take a leave of absence from work & from Kuzac in order to get her head together. I found this storyline extremely realistic. Instead of depicting someone quickly bouncing back from a horrible experience like this, they depicted the emotional trauma that people can go through here. Well-done. -Kuzac helps a fisherman who has had his boat seized/impounded by a well known bureaucracy, even though he's done nothing wrong. As it turns out, it was just a mistake on the office's part - who got the name of his boat confused with the name of a boat they were suspicious about/had under surveillance. Despite the guy being innocent of all wrong-doing, his livelyhood is affected & he goes into debt. Kuzac then gives him a loan (that he knows he may never get back) to help the guy out. Not surprising at all than when the office that made the mistake realizes what happened, they give the fisherman a [email protected]$$ed apology - and that's it.