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Sometimes irreverent and funny, sometimes intense and moving, Boston Legal prides itself on being at the forefront of issue-oriented television, often addressing issues that are underreported by the media. Fast-paced and wildly comedic, the series confronts social and moral issues, while its characters continually stretch the boundaries of the law.
It's a new day at Crane, Poole and Schmidt: Edwin Poole has a breakdown and shows up to a staff meeting sans trousers, Alan is defending a black girl's bid to play Little Orphan Annie, and Denny is caught cheating with a client's wife.
Alan helps an ex-girlfriend, who once tried to run him over with a car, get released from a mental hospital. Denny takes a medical malpractice deposition and ends up defending himself from misconduct charges.
Denny is asked to assist on an environmental case where the opposing counsel is his son. Alan leads on a sexual harassment case where his opposing counsel is Christine, his ex girlfriend who tried to kill him. And Sally is defending a man who says he didn't steal a woman's wallet.
Edwin Poole escapes from the psychiatric hospital and takes a case where his defendant admitted to killing a police officer. Alan is asked by Paul Lewiston to do whatever is necessary to get a powerful client out of a shoplifting charge.
While Paul, Brad, and Denny scramble to cover a class-action case of Edwin's, Alan sues a doctor for malpractice on behalf of a hypochondriac and Lori takes another murder case to try and reengage with people.
Alan defies Paul and defends an old friend's husband from slanderous political advertisements; he later assists her in leaving her husband when she finds out he is cheating on her. Denny sees a doctor about his memory problems and Lori helps an old friend in the D.A.'s office with an unusual custody case.
Lori helps an old client who was shot while attempting a convenience store robbery. Alan defends an old client from a punitive judge. Denny, overcome by the Red Sox winning a World Series, is arrested for solicitation of a one-legged woman.
Alan helps a man who cross-dresses fight his employer for wrongful dismissal. Lori helps her therapist deal with a case of the greater good vs patient privilege.
Tara tricks opposing counsel in an age discrimination case to give up privileged information. Alan and Denny are on opposite sides when they discover their client has been secretly testing a potentially fatal drug on unsuspecting patients.
Lori and Brad defend a woman accused of murdering her husband and his lover. Alan is held at gunpoint by a man he had arrested after the man tried to kidnap his children to Peru.
Shirley Schmidt returns to Boston to clean up the litigation department, much to Denny's dislike. Lori and Paul sue the US Government for failure to rescue the people of Sudan. Alan defends Bernard Ferrion, a man who killed his mother with a skillet.
Shirley and Lori defend a school board sued for requiring teachers to teach intelligent design along side evolution. Bernard Ferrion kills again with his skillet, however Alan refuses to represent him and has Tara defend him instead.
Brad and Tara defend a woman whose ex-business partner claims she lied about her sexual orientation. Denny takes a solo case defending a doctor who prescribed medication to a patient that was not yet cleared by the FDA.
After representing a restaurant owner against a town trying to ban red meat, Denny decides he has Mad Cow Disease. Alan is arrested for starting a bar brawl while on a date with Tara.
Shirley and Alan defend a police officer accused of torturing a man to get information about a kinapping suspect. Chelina and Denny represent a woman suing her ex-fiance for leaving her at the alter. Catherine befriends Bernard Ferrion and tries to help him find God.
Alan and Chelina help a teenager sue his high school for blocking the "fair and balanced" channel on school televisions. Denny and Shirley take a case for an old friend who wants to be frozen.
Alan travels to Texas to help Chelina with an old client facing the death penalty. Shirley and Denny defend a female client against multiple charges of hiring a prostitute. In the course of the case, Shirley suspects Denny of bribing the judge and she and Paul decide to take steps to remove Denny from the firm.
Taraji Henson(Whitney Rome)
Rhona Mitra(Tara Wilson)
Saffron Burrows(Lorraine Weller)
Lake Bell(Sally Heep)
James Spader(Alan Shore)
Christian Clemenson(Jerry "Hands" Espenson)
Rene Auberjonois(Paul Lewiston)
Tara Summers(Katie Lloyd)
Julie Bowen(Denise Bauer)
Craig Bierko(Jeffrey Coho)
Monica Potter(Lori Colson)
Mark Valley(Brad Chase)
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