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. “Race Ipsa”: original script while it was scheduled for Season 1 [This episode, announced in March, was folded into 2×05 “Men To Boys” and 2×23 “Race Ipsa”, but remains here for archival interests for now] In light of Lori Colson`s sexual harassment trial against Denny Crane, Shirley Schmidt and Paul Lewiston consult Meredith Waters, whose nickname is “The Sex Police”. and take unusual steps to prevent the problem from becoming public and ruining the business. Meredith suggests that they take a radical approach and find someone to harass Denny. Hoping to convince Chelina Hall not to return to Texas, Alan Shore asked her to serve as second president in a racist case; and as the tension between Shore and Chelina grows, Tara`s suspicions also grow. But Tara insists that she and Alan are fine when Lori seems suspicious of her involvement in Chelina. Shatner, for example, is sorry to see the show go. He told USA Today that the show was guilty of being “on the wrong network. I don`t think NBC or CBS would have canceled us. Next fall, we`ll see how peacock Network handles Kelley`s next show, which is supposed to revolve around a father-daughter legal team. Transcriptions for Boston Legal and The Practice, season 8 thanks to our efficient and selfless transcribers Imamess, Sheri, Sue and Olucy.
Thanks also to SimplyScripts.com, a phenomenal site with television and film scripts. They bond with me and I recommend them to everyone. The creator thinks Legal could have raced for a sixth season, but is grateful for the opportunity to bid farewell to the show. “I`m happy we ran a good track.” This fact is certainly due in part to the dedicated spectators. He notes, “By far from all the shows I`ve done, it was the most pious audience. Some shows got higher ratings or a wider audience that liked the show, but I don`t remember ever having a fan base that really liked the show so much. Wait a moment! 2×01: “The Black Widow” September 27, 2005 – A story of emotionally flat cello speech, moral decadence, tightly corseted heads and not FBI >> page of the episode >> transcript >> magazine 2×02: “Schadenfreude” 4. October 2005 – A war story, a pot, laughter, Frosty, the snow maiden, unconstitutional alimony payments and Shutterbug – good God, all of you! >> page of the episode >> transcript >> magazine 2×03: “Finding Nimmo” October 11, 2005 – A story of salmon, raccoon hats, a clerical fetish, a cooler and beyond. >> page of the episode >> transcript >> review 2×04: “A Whiff and a Prayer” October 18, 2005 – A story of minutemen who lose their heads in court, atone for sins and fishing in the canals – glory, glory Hallelujah! >> page of the episode >> transcript >> review 2×05: “Men to Boys” October 25, 2005 – A story of loose belt buckles, Schmidt cans, lonely chubbles, problems in River City and six years up to $1.7 million. Check, please! >> page of episode >> Transcript 2×06: “Witches of Mass Destruction” November 1, 2005 – A story of Stop-Loss, Dissens vs.
Disloyalty, Wiccans, Christians, harmonious and flamingos a little pretty in pink. >> page of the episode >> transcription 2×07: “Truly, Madly, Deeply” November 8, 2005 – A story of cows, clowns, courage, criminals and imitation Mayor Crane >> page of the episode >> transcription 2×08: “Ass Fat Jungle” November 15, 2005 A story of overnight stays, fat lips, hit-and-remember and the examination of the head of your best friends. >> page of the episode >> transcript 2×09: “Gone” December 6, 2005 A paintball story, Mannix, a cat who gives his finger and lives 37 million below the poverty line. >> page of the episode >> transcript 2×10: “Legal Deficits” December 13, 2005 A story of crime and misdemeanour, handcuffs, bingo, hands, necessity and screams. >> page of the episode >> transcription 2×11: “The Cancer Man Can” January 10, 2006 A story of partners, wardrobes, influence and finally harmony. >> page of the episode >> transcription 2×12: “Helping Hands” January 17, 2006 A story of helicopter parents, Asperger`s disorder, geckos named Linda, the Mambo, a Great Wall of China, The Schmidt and “Bev Crane!” >> page of the episode >> transcription 2×13: “Too much information” January 24, 2006 A story of Catherine-Get Your Gun, corruption, Internet privacy and flutbé tie! >> page of the episode >> transcript 2×14: “Breast in Show” February 7, 2006 A story about the exhibition of protesters, a Bruins who shows up for D.A., and Catherine cooking his books. >> page of the episode >> transcript 2×15: “Smile” February 14, 2006 A story about contraception, private institutions and Barry Manilow the cat. >> page of the episode >> transcript 2×16: “Live Big” February 21, 2006 Shirley`s ex-husband, who cheated on her honeymoon with her sister, asks her to be her best man at her wedding. Shirley doesn`t know if he has changed or if he lied to his fiancée, Missy.
Ryan Myerson helped euthanize his wife after she developed Alzheimer`s disease. When his lawyer advises him to plead manslaughter because he can`t win the case, he wants Alan to take over. After 7 years without speaking, Paul tries to reconnect with his daughter. >> page of the episode >> transcript 2×17: “There`s Fire” February 28, 2006 Alan represents Joan Rubin in her lawsuit against her employer, who claims that her employees should not smoke cigarettes in the privacy of their home so that her company can save on health insurance. Denny engages with Bev and feels uncomfortable about his manipulations. The partners discuss Denny`s personal expenses for the company. Within three hours of the wedding, Denny Crane is caught with another woman and Bev Bridges (Joanna Cassidy) demands a cancellation and 50% of her brand new husband. While the lawyers of Crane, Poole & Schmidt frantically mobilize around their colleague to save him, Bev hires Eli Granger (Corbin Bernsen), a handsome divorce lawyer, to represent them. Meanwhile, Alan Shore defends Joan Zeder (Nicole Sullivan), who was fired after failing to adhere to the company`s strict no-smoking policy. >> page of the episode >> 2×18 transcript: “Shock and Oww!” March 7, 2006 A story of 50,000 volts, a partner at Narcotics Anonymous, fathers and daughters, vigilantes, American owners and Denny finds his happiness. >> page of the episode >> transcription 2×19: “Stick It” 14.
March 2006 A story of rehabilitation, bad dreams, honoring your grandfather, escaping these taxes on principle and Alan against the government – again. >> episode page >> 2×20 transcript: “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” March 21, 2006 Shirley confronts Ivan in an unusual custody case. Brad conducts questionable business with the owner of the building. Catherine asks Alan for help with another legally suspicious activity. >> page of the episode >> transcript 2×21: “Word Salad Day” March 28, 2006 A story about emptying your bucket, family cooperative, dopamine – the master molecule, passion or addiction, pillow pants, enjoy your melancholy and need friendship. >> page of the episode >> transcription 2×22 “Ivan the Incorrigible” April 18, 2006 >> page of the episode >> transcription >>forum 2×23 “Race Ipsa” 25. April 2006 A story about shooting your therapist, old pictures, kissing, walking while you`re black and getting some fresh air on the fourth wall. >> page of the episode >> transcript >> page of the forum ep 2×24 “Deep End of the Poole” May 2, 2006 >> page of the episode >> Transcription >>forum 2×25 “Squid Pro Quo May 9, 2006 Marlene Stanger (Parker Posey) joins the firm and Denny Crane will be tried against her son, attorney Donny Crane (Freddie Prinze, Jr.). >> episode page >> transcript >> forum 2×26 “Spring Fever” May 16, 2006 >> episode page >> transcript >> forum 2×27 “BL: Los Angeles” May 16, 2006 >> episode page >> transcript >> forum Two-hour season finale; 9pm – 11pm PT/ET 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 crane, Poole & Schmidt. During the series, 101 episodes of Boston Legal aired in five seasons. After five seasons on ABC, Boston Legal said goodbye last night.
Predictably, the David E. Kelley series came out in its weird way. Although the TV series has had its ups and downs, some of this season`s episodes have been the most outrageous and poignant of the series. Did it really have to end? So there you have it, guys. Were you as satisfied with the final as I was? In your opinion, is Denny cured? Will her marriage to Alan last? (They survived their first fight: Denny decided on his first wedding dance with Shirley and then led when he finally arrived at Alan.) Does he meet poor people and help Alan start his own law firm? Are the other lawyers working on it? And would you watch the show where Denny and Alan pitched? Boston Legal is a direct spin-off of Kelley`s ABC legal drama The Practice. The TV show revolves around Boston company legal workers Crane, Poole and Schmidt. Alan Shore (James Spader) is the firm`s most outspoken lawyer, who ends up dealing with the strangest and most controversial cases. His best friend is his permanent senior associate Denny Crane (William Shatner), a once-legendary litigator who exhibits outrageous behavior due to ongoing Alzheimer`s disease.