Boston Legal Episode Guides
The Chicken and the Leg
Denny Crane is so convinced that Carl Sack will be on the losing side of a cockfighting case that he wagers an extremely large sum with him. Alan Shore and Lorraine Weller pursue a lawsuit against a high school, which teaches abstinence-only sex education, after a 15-year-old girl contracts HIV. Meanwhile, Katie Lloyd and Jerry Espenson take on the case of a woman who alleges that a psychologist's therapy sessions caused her husband's suicide.
The Innocent Man
While assisting Jerry Espenson and Katie Lloyd with a high profile murder trial, Alan struggles with his love life. Lorraine Weller is hired at Crane Poole & Schmidt, and Alan can't resist her. Neither can Denny. Meanwhile, Lorraine and Clarence Bell take on the case of a woman who, after having an affair with her pastor, is dumped and loses her faith. Judge Gloria Weldon awaits Alan's decision about fathering her baby.
The sexually adventurous Andrea once again secures the services of Crane Poole and Schmidt and Carl Sack when she sues a company -- that was supposed to turn her mother's ashes into a diamond for misplacing the ashes and giving her a cubic zirconium instead. Meanwhile, Katie Lloyd falls for a client with AIDS who is charged with check forgery. Clarence Bell takes on the case of a woman suing her pastor for causing her to lose her faith after he ends an affair with her. Whitney Rome sets out to sue a high school for causing the death of a woman's daughter who was sleep deprived due to a heavy school workload. Denny Crane and Alan Shore prepare to take the Coast Guard test.
Patriotism abounds as Alan and Denny celebrate their acceptance into the Auxiliary Coast Guard. However, when the town of Concord, Massachusetts wants to secede from the United States and Alan takes the case, Denny is deeply offended. The case gets personal when Denny appears in court representing the opposing side.
Denny Crane is arrested in the courthouse men's room for allegedly soliciting an undercover officer in the next stall. He asks Alan Shore to defend him. Meanwhile, Shirley Schmidt takes on the case of a shock jock who was fired for making an inappropriate comment while on the air, and Katie Lloyd begins to question whether Lorraine Weller is harboring a dark secret.
When General "Fitz" Fitzgerald reveals his homosexuality and the army threatens to discharge him, he comes to Crane Poole & Schmidt for help. Denny is shocked by the truth about his old friend and Shirley agrees to take Fitz's case. Meanwhile, Carl Sack asks Katie Lloyd to assist new Crane Poole & Schmidt associate Whitney Rome in a custody battle over a nine-year-old bullfighter. Alan Shore finds he is speaking gibberish, but won't admit what the cause is.
No Brains Left Behind
After trying to sue the National Guard for not coming to the aid of a business that was flooded out during a storm, Alan Shore and Denny Crane decide that it's up to them to stop complaining and do something about it. Meanwhile, Shirley Schmidt's granddaughter asks for her day in court when she's expelled from school for trying to make a social statement; Carl Sack informs Shirley that he feels ineffective at the firm and wants to return to the New York office; and the fate of Lorraine Weller's position at the firm is unknown when she comes clean about her past to Shirley.
The Gods Must Be Crazy
Denny Crane is asked by some high ranking politicos to run for President of the United States. Meanwhile, Jerry Espenson's ex-girlfriend, Dana, asks him to defend her when she's arrested for prostitution, and Shirley Schmidt and Carl Sack represent a woman who is suing the Archdiocese for not allowing her to become a priest.
Denny Crane falls hard for cattle rancher Sunny Fields, who hires him to sue the FDA in order to stop the sale of cloned meat. Meanwhile, when Shirley Schmidt's nephew a pledged delegate informs her that he's going to vote for another presidential candidate than the one his state voted for, she enlists the aid of Alan Shore to take him and the Democratic National Party to court.
Glow in the Dark
Shirley Schmidt asks Alan Shore to represent her friend Andrea, who wants to sue her town for planning to build a nuclear power plant. Alan and Denny Crane both fall under the spell of the sexually adventurous Andrea, as Shirley, for her part, discovers that the opposing team's attorney, Jack Rice, is an old college flame which doesn't go unnoticed by Carl Sack. Meanwhile, Jerry Espenson's girlfriend and fellow Asperger's syndrome sufferer, Leigh, warns Katie Lloyd to stay away from her man -- or else.
Beauty and the Beast
When a major university accepts a donation for environmental research from an oil company, Shirley Schmidt reneges on her own donation and is sued. Alan Shore defends her but is shaken when he meets Lorraine Weller, his opposition and an old flame. Denny Crane is arrested for soliciting a prostitute and Carl Sack, a senior partner recently transferred to CP&S Boston to run litigation, butts heads with Clarence when he discovers an internet video of Clarice singing in a local competition. Meanwhile, Jerry Espenson assists Katie Lloyd on her first case, a grisly homicide.
The Object of My Affection
Alan Shore attempts to prove that Patrice Kelly was temporarily insane when she killed the man who murdered her daughter. Meanwhile, everyone thinks Denny Crane has finally lost it when he fires an associate lawyer for being fat. Jerry Espenson helps an objectophile and fellow Aspergers syndrome sufferer locate her lost love- a utility box.
Attack of the Xenophobes
Alan Shore helps Denny Crane defend himself in court when he is sued for firing an associate for being fat. Whitney Rome and Katie Lloyd take on a murder case in which the DA plans to use a functional MRI as evidence to prove that the accused former cop is a racist. Meanwhile, Carl Sack represents Clarence Bell when he sues an online site for posting an unflattering video of him as "Clarice." Jerry is overcome with anxiety when he feels it's time to give his very first kiss to former client Leigh, a fellow Asperger's syndrome sufferer and objectophile, whom he's been dating. Meanwhile, Alan mulls over the thought of having a real, adult relationship with Lorraine Weller.
Alan Shore and Jerry Espenson take on a tabloid talk show when a woman is murdered by her ex-boyfriend after declining his marriage proposal on television; and Shirley Schmidt defends a friend an unstable war hero -- for shooting seals for meals. Meanwhile, Denny Crane goes to extreme measures to win Shirley's affections back when she invites him to dinner; and Lorraine Weller tells Alan that he should seek professional help after he confesses to her that he used to murder his toys as a child.
Mad About You
Denny Crane takes on a high-profile murder case and refuses help from Alan Shore. While Denny basks in the spotlight, Shirley Schmidt, Carl Sack and the rest of the firm fear the personal and professional embarrassment from Denny's latest crusade for relevancy. Meanwhile, Jerry Espenson and Katie Lloyd are assigned to the case of a woman who wants to sue her husband's law firm for causing their divorce by advertising that divorce is the answer to all marital problems.
The Mighty Rogues
After her father, who is in the late stages of a debilitating fight with Alzheimer's, injures himself and lands in the hospital, Shirley Schmidt wants to end his suffering and asks Alan Shore to argue in court on her behalf. Meanwhile Jerry Espenson's beautiful, new girlfriend sues him for sexual assault, and Carl Sack represents the island of Nantucket whose residents want to build a nuclear bomb in case of attack.
Hope and Gory
Alan Shore finds himself in a predicament when a woman, Patrice Kelly, asks his advice on how to kill the man who murdered her daughter and was acquitted by reason of temporary insanity. Meanwhile, Katie Lloyd and Jerry Espenson attempt to overturn Megan's Law, while trying to save their falsely accused client, Joseph Washington, from unjust persecution. Lorraine Weller tries to help Alan overcome his deep-rooted childhood fears, which are causing him to speak gibberish whenever she's around.
Carl Sack and Katie Lloyd defend the firm against a client who claims Denny Crane misled them about the environmental friendliness of the Crane Poole and Schmidt offices. Meanwhile, Alan Shore takes on a bank when the lending institution threatens to foreclose on Clarence Bell's home. Whitney Rome goes up against a 14-year-old boy in court when his parents use legal action to keep him from freely watching porn on his wireless device. Jerry Espenson's objectophile girlfriend dumps him; and Sack makes a decision regarding the future of Lorraine Weller's employment at the firm.
Roe v. Wade, The Musical
Shirley Schmidt defends Missy Tiggs who, after being dumped by her husband, stole a man's semen and artificially impregnated herself. Shirley finds herself going up against Alan Shore when he's hired to represent the man whose seed was heisted. Meanwhile, Jerry Espenson defends ex-girlfriend Leigh a fellow Asperger's syndrome sufferer and objectophile when she loses her teaching position for hugging a student.
The Court Supreme
Alan Shore gets the dream of a lifetime for an attorney when he is asked to present an appeal to the Supreme Court in the case of a mentally challenged man who has been sentenced to death for the rape of a young girl. Meanwhile, Katie Lloyd learns some startling news from Lorraine Weller about Jerry Espenson's new girlfriend.
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