Boston Legal Episode Guides
Trick or Treat
Denise discovers that her fiance has died. Alan again must defend Jerry Espenson. Jeffrey is sued by Lincoln Meyer for accusing him of murder during the trial. Denny realizes that Bethany's mother is someone he was once engaged to.
Guise 'n Dolls
Alan Shore finds himself pitted against old friend Jerry Espenson in a case of a woman suing a department store for selling "pornographic" dolls to kids. Meanwhile, Shirley Schmidt and Paul Lewiston must decide the fate of Denny Crane after he makes a politically incorrect statement to an African-American under consideration for employment at the firm, and a colleague's valued opinion causes Denise Bauer to re-think her future with Brad.
Angel of Death
New CP&S attorney Vanessa asks for Alan's help in representing a doctor from New Orleans who euthanized five patients during Hurricane Katrina. Both Alan and Denny head to New Orleans. Claire helps Clarence sue a women's gym. Jeffrey Coho asks Denise out. Denise weighs the pros and cons of dating him.
The Good Lawyer
Alan pulls double-duty in court, representing two separate clients -a woman who stole her late father's plastinized body from an art museum, and a cognitive therapist fired from his job at a hospital for imparting his belief in UFOs to his clients. Meanwhile, Clarence is emotionally distracted by Claire Simm's invitation to dinner and an overnight at her house; Bethany Horowitz forces Denny Crane to attend temple with her; and Denise Bauer and Brad Chase continue to be at odds about the future of their relationship.
Whose God Is It Anyway?
Alan comes to the defense of Jerry Espenson once again, this time when Jerry fires an employee of his new firm for being a Scientologist. The opposing council is Sally Heap, and Alan looks to rekindle their romance by defeating her. Meanwhile, Scott Little's murder trial takes a turn for the creepy when his father reveals to the court an Oedipal incident he once witnessed; and, Denny decides to date his new little woman.
Denny Crane, dismayed to learn his name is on the federal No-Fly List, asks for Alan Shore's help in taking on Homeland Security. Shirley Schmidt and Vanessa Walker defend a third-grade teacher charged with wrongful death after her student has a fatal allergic reaction in class. Meanwhile, the cross-dressing Clarence adopts another persona.
On The Ledge
Everyone realizes Shirley is missing. Shirley attempts to reason with her kidnapper, Lincoln Meyer. Jerry shows his legal skills in the murder case he and Alan are working on. Denny gets jealous when he sees Jerry and Alan bonding.
The Bride Wore Blood
A former lover and co-worker of Alan's shows up in the courthouse hall wearing a bloody wedding dress and asks him to defend her. She's been arrested for murdering her fiance, but claims to be innocent. Meanwhile, a young man is accused of stealing a cell phone and Claire must defend him. Denny Crane tries to figure out why Bethany thinks he's a bigot and find a way to win her over.
Duck and Cover
Brad and Denise's wedding takes a wrong turn when the priest is suddenly arrested for harboring illegal aliens. Alan Shore takes on the Father's case, but when Denise goes into labor, Brad frantically searches for someone to marry them so that their child is not born out of wedlock. Meanwhile, Jerry Espenson defends a woman who is being evicted from her apartment because of her pet duck who serves as emotional support to help her anxiety and Alan is puzzled when he discovers that Denny Crane has the Stanley Cup in his possession.
Son of the Defender
A man with a decades-long grudge against Denny Crane and his late attorney takes the firm hostage, forcing staff at Crane, Poole & Schmidt to re-try a murder case in which a young Denny had ensured the defendant's acquittal. Meanwhile, Alan Shore's attempts to defend an accused prostitute lands him in jail for contempt of court.
Fine Young Cannibal
Jeffery Coho continues his defense of Scott Little. Alan and Shirley handle the case of a homeless man accused of cannibalism. Alan, wanting to sleep with Shirley, asks Denny for his permission. Denny turns him down, so Alan challenges Denny to a WWF-style wrestling match.
Alan, Denny, and Bethany are hired to represent a judge who is suing a company for not delivering on its promise to cure him of his homosexuality. Meanwhile, Shirley takes on a case involving the use of a controversial new drug that can dull traumatic memories. Denise is shocked to discover she's pregnant -but doesn't know whether the father is Brad or Jeffrey.
Trial of the Century
Alan Shore and Denny Crane represent two brothers accused of killing their abusive father. Clarence Bell and Jerry Espenson take on a huge gambling establishment when a woman alleges that her out-of-control gambling debts were the fault of the casino.
Alan once again defends Denny, who has been arrested, this time for illegally shipping human fat out of the country to create a new source of fuel production. Meanwhile, Clarence must put on a brave face as he tries his first case, a homicide, with the help of Bethany Horowitz and Paul Lewiston. Jeffrey Coho bids farewell to Crane Poole & Schmidt.
Guantanamo by the Bay
Alan Shore sues the United States on behalf of a client who was tortured for two years at a detention camp. Meanwhile, Jerry Espenson begs Shirley Schmidt to let him have his job back at the firm -- despite the fact that he had once tried to kill her.
Shirley makes a bet with Alan that is revealed at the office Christmas party. Alan takes the case of a mother trying to retain custody of her white-supremacist daughters. Denny Crane helps a woman whose anoerexic teenage daughter is seeking emancipation. Denise, Brad, and Jeffrey are pulled together to represent a woman whose husband was killed by a lightning bolt.
Alan Shore and Denny Crane defend a rather unscrupulous lawyer accused of obstructing justice on behalf of his brother. Interoffice couples Brad Chase & Denise Bauer and Claire Simms & Clarence Bell each deal with major revelations in their relationships. Denny practices the positive thinking philosophy, "the secret" - convinced that he can wish Raquel Welch into his life.
Jeffrey Coho and the team struggle to undo the damage caused by the father of the accused murderer by using sneaky tactics. The jury reaches a verdict. Alan Shore goes to see his sex therapist after getting back together with his former lover.
New Kids on the Block
On his first day on the job, Jeffrey Coho gets a new client who has been accused of murdering a judge. Shore takes on a cross-dressing client who gets fired for wanting to take a maternity leave. Crane goes on a date with a woman that he met online. After he insults her, she threatens to sue his firm.
Tea and Sympathy
Shirley Schmidt takes on the case of a man who was naturally cured of HIV and is trying to maintain legal ownership of his blood. Meanwhile, when ex-flame Judge Weldon calls on Alan Shore to defend her in a drug case, Alan finds himself having to fend off Denny Crane who is smitten with the sexy judge. Also, Clarence Bell goes up against Jerry Espenson when a girl is kicked out of a sorority for being socially awkward, and Brad Chase's desire to have a military wedding doesn't go over well with Denise Bauer.
Desperately Seeking Shirley
Ivan Tiggs wants to sue Shirley for writing too good of a post-nup for his soon-to-be ex-wife. Alan Shore shocks everyone when he agrees to represent Ivan. Meanwhile, Jeffrey Coho prepares to defend an accused murderer, and Denny deals with being sued by his internet date.
Bella is spray painted blue by angry animal rights activists. She insists Denny square off against the protestors and their vindictive lawyer- Denny's ex, Bethany. Meanwhile, thanks to a tip from Alan, Brad suspects he is not the only one sleeping with Denise. Clarence pursues Claire. Paul plans an office costume party to boost morale.
Can't We All Get a Lung?
Daniel Post is arrested for trying to buy a lung from another terminally ill cancer patient. Brad finds out that Daniel and Denise are engaged. Shore must defend his friend Jerry Hands Espenson after he is caught driving in the car pool lane with a blow-up doll.
Bethany breaks up with Denny so her mother Bella makes a move on him. Coho pursues Shirley. Denny defends Lincoln Meyer when he is accused of killing the judge of his last trial. But Lincoln starts acting very strange, and Denny begins to lose interest. Alan helps Jerry Espenson with a client who is a suspect in a murder trial and is susceptible to blackouts.
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