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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.
New associates have joined the firm as Alan, Denny and Brad defend a woman nicknamed The Black Widow from charges she murdered her seventy year old husband. Denise defends a company against charges of religious intolerance.
The Kelly Nolan trial starts and Catherine is more and more concerned about Bernard as they watch the trial together. Tara and her ex-boyfriend represent a singer banned from performing the song War as it is deemed un-American. Denise involves two new junior associates in her divorce proceeding.
Denny takes Alan to Nimmo Bay for a vacation, and while fishing the boys get involved with a Canadian case dealing with Pacific salmon. Catherine admits to Shirley she killed Bernard and the firm has to decide how to handle the case. Garrett and Sarah settle Denise's divorce, but there will be consequences.
Catherine's murder trail begins. Denny, Shirley and Denise defend a US congressman of fraud charges when he is accused of taking campaign monies with no intention of supporting an assault weapons ban. Reverend Diddum has his revenge on Garrett and Sarah.
Lori files a sexual harassment charge against Denny. Denise and Sarah represent a man whose wife died in a house fire caused by a pick-up truck catching fire in their garage. Shirley fires Catherine.
Shirley and Denise help two sets of parents, one Christian, one Wiccan, sue their school for it's Hallowe'en pageant. Alan represents Cassie Elliot as she sues the US Army for her brother's death.
Denny is ordered by Judge Cooper to represent an indigent client accused of murder and rape of a child. Denise represents an old friend of Shirley's who is trying to save his marriage from annulment after he cheats on his wife ... with a cow. Alan and Brad defend a TV station that fired it's popular clown for discussing global warming on the air.
While Alan deals with a bout of night terrors, Denny. Shirley and Paul defend a young man accused of vehicular homicide. Denise works to settle a case involving a plastic surgeon who injects his own ... fat ... into women's lips.
A day shopping ends in disaster for Denise and her housekeeper when the housekeeper's son is kidnapped. Alan takes a client suing for damages after being shot in the face with a paintball gun ... by Denny.
Brad is charged for his conduct during the case to save Tito Perez, Denny and Shirley take on his defense. Alan assists Melissa with her credit card problems with some help from Jerry "Hands" Espenson.
The partners are voting for new partnership invitations and both Brad and Jerry are up in the vote. Denise and Paul represent Daniel Post, a wealthy man with cancer who bought himself into a drug study, who is being sued by one of the other study participants.
Daniel Post convinces Denise to let him help with a case of helicopter parents harassing a teacher. Alan defends Jerry from Shirley's rather over zealous charges from the incident the previous week. Shirley, Paul and Brad realize they have to protect Denny and the firm from Beverly.
Alan is having a busy week. Dense wants Alan to convince a client a friendly gift from a health care company is a good deal, instead Alan sides with the client and takes the case to court. He also has to deal with Catherine Piper starting a one-woman crime wave. Meanwhile, Shirley, Paul and Brad see the Beverly situation quickly becoming untenable.
Alan defends Irma from charges of lewd behavior when she leads a women's protest of redistricting by having the women topless. Denise attends Daniel's "funeral" and realizes the relationship is taking a toll on her. Garrett and Catherine are at odds for office space.
Alan represents a girl denied entry to a private school because she cannot smile. Denny convinces Brad to help Beverly with an arbitration situation. Shirley and Denise represent a young woman denied emergency contraception after a rape.
Alan and Denny defend a man against manslaughter charges for the induced death of his wife. Shirley has to deal with an ex-husband who says he still loves Shirley, even though he is about to marry another woman. Paul takes steps to reconcile with his estranged daughter.
Denny and Beverly get married. Three hours later, Denny is caught cheating and Shirley, Paul, and Brad scramble to cover Denny and the firm from Beverly's lawyers. Alan represents a friend who was fired from her job because she couldn't stop smoking.
Shirley's past comes back to haunt her when a widow of a recently deceased photographer threatens to sell a portfolio of photos of a young, nude Shirley. Paul realizes Rachel is still using drugs and he confronts her. Denny defends a man up on charges after he electrcutes a would-be home invader.
Alan defends Melissa after she is arrested for not paying her taxes. Denise is pulled over by a nice police officer and later finds out he needs her help ... he's been arrested for impersonating a police officer. Paul plans an intervention to get Rachel back into drug rehab.
Shirley assists a long-time client with his divorce, only to discover opposing counsel is Ivan Tiggs. Alan helps a friend of Catherine's deal with a corrupt conservator. Denny learns just how important Paul is to the smooth running of the firm.
Alan is concerned when he starts speaking gibberish in court; Denny decides he needs to de-stress and takes Alan to his spa. Denise defends a man of polygamy charges while Brad and Paul help a video game company against charges it makes its games purposefully addictive.
Shirley finds out Ivan lied about leaving Missy. When Missy comes to her with concerns Ivan is not faithful to her, Shirley writes up a post-nuptial agreement to stop him from cheating. Alan second chairs a murder case with Jerry that goes badly.
Alan and Chelina defend a man who was arrested in a white neighborhood, claiming racial profiling. Alan also needs to defend Denny after Denny shoots his therapist. Brad tries to figure out why he is such a bad kisser.
Edwin Poole is released from the mental hospital and Shirley must step in when he decides to sue a snack cake company for causing diabetes. The Mkeba case comes back to haunt Alan when Mr. Mkeba is caught and Alan is arrested for telling him to flee. Brad and Denise deal with what happens next after the kissing lesson escalates.
Denny is asked by the US government to defend a suit against the 'global gag rule'. New Associate, Marlene Stanger, nicknamed "The Squid" comes to Crane, Poole and Schmidt and upsets Denise.
Denny and Alan are in heat and take a trip to Crane Poole and Schmidt LA. Brad's niece is accused of murder when a boy dies at a pharm-party she attended. Denise is determined to one-up Marlene with the partnership vote coming up soon.
The Courtney Reese trial starts in California and Alan must prove a self-defense case. Denise learns some hard truths regarding Marlene. Brad has to deal with a judge with a grudge against drug-case defendants in order to keep his niece from a long prison sentence.
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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