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Expanding Our Horizons to Boston (Legal)

April 27, 2006 by  

As more and more of you have found your way to this site (we have hit records numbers this week), I want to make sure that we are talking about YOUR favorite shows.  I’m actually in the process of putting together a survey to find out what your favorite shows are, and how we can make this site better for you.

In the meantime, I have received some emails from some diehard Boston Legal fans, asking me to include more info about the show on Give Me My Remote.  I have heard you and am more than happy to oblige.  I haven’t seen the show in a long time, but I’m going to do my best to work it into my TV schedule. Hell, any show that has my hometown in the title can’t be all bad, right?!

Good thing for me I have awesome readers that can keep my up to speed.  GMMR all star, Marisa, was kind enough to give us a mini recap of this past week’s Boston Legal.

If you have a favorite show that we aren’t covering, email us!!  Also, we LOVE when you send along tips, news stories, and any other TV related gossip.

Now on to Marisa’s recap!!
“Race Ipsa”
Airdate: 4/25/2006

Denny CraneDenny’s therapist, Dr. Sydney Fields, is tired of treating him. Knowing that Denny carries a gun with him always, the therapist goads him. The therapist is suicidal, but his death policy doesn’t cover suicide, so Sydney produces his own gun and aims it at Denny, warning him if Denny doesn’t shoot him, he will shoot Denny. Denny shoots him and he collapses on the ground. Alan is chosen to represent Denny. During the trial, the therapist is put on the stand and he points the gun at Alan. Denny, who had sworn off guns after shooting Sydney, pulls a gun out and shoots Sydney in his other shoulder. Denny gets off on all charges from both shootings because the judges figures Denny shooting Sydney may have saved lives.

Alan also represented a client who resisted arrest when he refused to provide identification when he was looking around a white neighborhood. He and Chelina Hall (who was previously seen in “Death Be Not Proud” the season one finale) represent the young black man. Even though the man broke the law by resisting arrest, they manage to get a “not guilty” verdict.

Brad confides in Denise that he got dumped because he is a lousy kisser. He also called up an ex-girlfriend who confirmed that. Denise offered to “teach” him how to kiss better and they ended up having sex on the floor of the office. Denise is firm in saying that nothing more can happen between them.

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One Response to “Expanding Our Horizons to Boston (Legal)”

  1. jonny433 on December 8th, 2006 4:42 am