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A bowdlerized version of the 1995 sleezy thriller, "Jade," showed up on local television over the weekend. (This is the movie that turned David Caruso into a superstar.) An amusing scene involves Gov. Lew Edwards (Richard Crenna) being shown incriminating photos by Caruso's character, the local prosecutor, David Corelli.

Edwards: If you drag me into this, David, if my name even shows up on the periphery of this, you better get the **** out of California because you'll have as much future as Jerry Brown.

Corelli: Who's Jerry Brown?

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