Boston Legal is an American comedy-drama film directed by David E. Kelley, produced for ABC in collaboration with 20th Century Fox Television. The series aired from October 3, 2004 to December 8, 2008. Episode Forum Share your thoughts >> go Episode Video Watch the preview of “Squid Pro Quo” (:60) Boston Illegal Radio “Race Ipsa” Podcast Special Guest Co-host Deb Hiett, Cindy, Denty`s assistant therapist who entered a Denny crime against Dr. Sydney Field. Race Ipsa mp3 d/l [86 min; 30mb] Listen or subscribe via Yahoo Podcasts Listen with mp3 streaming or subscribe via Odeo iTunes subscription Download the free iTunes app Listen on your phone Lori, with Denny and Shirley, defends a director who fired three science teachers for refusing to teach creationism, and is now being sued by them; Alan learns that his assistant has expressed concerns about their working relationship. Alan discovers that his client Bernard Ferrion, who killed his mother, may have killed again, and this time his neighbor; Sally is fired and learns that a close associate is not too eager to lend a helping hand in support. Alan is surprised to see a familiar face – Catherine Piper (from a previous episode of The Practice in which she witnessed Alan`s murder case in her hometown – best known for shaking Alan`s hand with “” on his gloves in retaliation for his childhood pranks). Transcript Read the episode, transcribed by Imamess: [pdf] Transcript Denise finds herself in a difficult situation when a car accident case she neglected for three years is on trial and she is not prepared; while Garrett is doing some research, he meets Cassie (Tamara Feldman), a young paralegal whose strange sexual tendencies hide a painful past; Denny learns that he must apologize to Lori or face a complaint of sexual harassment.
Alan takes Sara to dinner and do a “show”. Boston Legal is a spin-off of the long-running series Kelley The Practice, which follows the exploits of former practice character Alan Shore (James Spader) at the law firm of Crane, Poole & Schmidt. During the series, 101 episodes of Boston Legal aired in five seasons. Episodic Dialogue Dr. Harati Waibi: Although it is legal in Nepal, our clinic has made the decision not to do so in order to receive U.S. funds. However, we hung a poster that said: We believe that a woman has the right to control her own body. Denny Crane: Objection, misleading. Women cannot control their bodies. They menstruate or breastfeed.
Denny Crane: It`s completely disrespectful. You don`t go home to Dad and sue his government. Donny Crane: Someone has to do it, Dad. Our policies deny vital medical care to thousands of people because of our leader`s personal religious views. Nothing says democracy like imperialism. Denny Crane: Why can`t you even come to town and we just throw away the pigskin? It`s American. Derek Roth: Whenever someone tries to google my name or my Roths Plumbing Supplies business instead of finding my website, your website is the first to appear. My sales have dropped forty percent since that release! Denny Crane: All right. What are we doing in Mexico? Paul Schwimmer: That`s where President Reagan first implemented this policy in 1984.
He promulgated it in response to forced abortions in China as a means of population control. Denny Crane: Chinese, Mexican *On the jury* Who`s hungry? Donny Crane: So don`t you find it strange that in our quest to end abortion, freedom of speech has been restricted, which is a hallmark of democracy? Denny Crane: Objection. Irrelevant and unpatriotic. Derek Roth: And she said I don`t have a sense of humor. I joke all the time. Atty John Lenox: These are not jokes. They are puns and word games are not funny. Derek Roth: Well, it`s just your O-Opunion. Denise Bauer: Oh, good God. Did you know. ? Trek in the Courtroom 2×25: Squid Pro Quo Topics Humanity in Court The Emotional Debate Star Trek Alumni: Ray Proscia/Paul Schwimmer and Don McManus (Attorney John Lennox) >> Details and Images [pdf] Six degrees from guest star Parker Posey as Marlene Stranger – nicknamed the “Indie Queen”, Posey has appeared in nearly 50 mostly independently produced films since her first credits in 1993.
In 1997, she won recognition — including a special recognition award at the Sundance Film Festival — for her performance in The House of Yes, which also starred Freddie Prinze, Jr. She also appeared in several famous Christopher Guest mockumentaries, including Waiting for Guffman (1996), Best in Show (2000), A Mighty Wind (2003) and the upcoming album For Your Consideration. On television, she first made a name for herself in the daily drama As the World Turns (1991-2) and was later nominated – along with Shirley MacLaine – for a Golden Globe Award for Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay (2002). Posey, who is often cast in antagonistic roles, will play one of the sidekicks of villain Lex Luthor in Superman Returns this summer. Freddie Prinze, Jr. as Donny Crane – Prince makes his first appearance in the season after also playing Denny`s not quite adopted son in two episodes of season 1.