Louis decides to help showgirls organize, but the Watt brothers stand in his way. A video of Gil John hitting a soldier with a chair in Afghanistan goes viral so Maddie looks for a way to humanize him and Andy's Vanity Fair cover shoot takes an unexpected direction.
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"Just so we're all clear on the death threat thing.": Al Hickok might well have argued that under Nevada court decisions going back to 1872 he was within his rights to fire on the cuckolded husband in the car. In 2011, Nevada enacted a "Stand Your Ground" law codifying those decisions and stating that deadly force may be used without retreating if an individual "is not the original aggressor" and "is not actively engaged in conduct in furtherance of criminal activity at the time deadly force is used." See more
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