View Full Version : Boston Legal 10/18
10-18-2005, 07:20 PM
Haven't seen it yet, but no one else had started the thread, so here 'tis.
Looking forward to Shirley and Denny working (it) together.
10-18-2005, 08:21 PM
Please, please, somebody spoil it for me! I won't have TV again until Wednesday between 9 & 3! :rolleyes:
Who is sleeping (or still thinking about sleeping) with whom? Did Betty White's character really kill the little frying-pan killer guy? Or just smack him a good one? What's up with the fishing trip? Did blonde Divorcing-lawyers assistants evil plan work? Or is golf-bum gonna be rich?
Huh? huh? Tell me, please!
10-18-2005, 10:43 PM
I missed last week, so I can't answer any of your questions, as I don't understand them. (Although White did kill the runt.)
WTF were the producers thinking? "We have just too damn many hot chicks on this show. I know, let's get rid of all of them...that'll make it better!"
I still love Spader and Shatner, but half the reason I watched this show is now gone. Ogling Betty White and Candace Bergen just isn't my cup of tea.
10-19-2005, 10:16 AM
Who is sleeping (or still thinking about sleeping) with whom?So far this year, disappointingly there has been a lack of characters sleeping together. Alan Shore's girlfriend the strikingly beautiful Tara has left the firm unceremoniously. Alan was sad for like 5 minutes. Denny tried to sleep with Heather Locklear but he got shut down. And Denny is still trying to get Shirley to hook up with him again. Did Betty White's character really kill the little frying-pan killer guy? Or just smack him a good one? Oh, no, he's dead as a doornail. He was a quirky guy, wasn't he? Alan Shore got an acquittal for Betty, of course. What's up with the fishing trip?During Alan's 5 minutes of sadness about Tara breaking up with him, Denny decided Alan needed to "get away from it all". So he took him to British Columbia to do some fly fishing. Typical Alan Shore quote: "I HATE nature!!!" Tables turned as Alan caught a plethora of fish while Denny (who had never caught any despite years of trying) took his shotgun to the water and finally got even with those fish. Hilarious picture of the two of them...Alan with his many trout, and Denny with the head of the fish that was blown off by the shotgun.
Another hilarious moment during the fishing trip. Alan is reading about the plight of fish in the area that have "lice". He is trying to get Denny to care about the environment. At one point Alan mentions that the sea lice are referred to as "cling-ons". Denny looks up from the book he's reading and says "Did he say Klingons??". You'll definitely need to catch this episode in reruns, it is very entertaining.
Did blonde Divorcing-lawyers assistants evil plan work? Or is golf-bum gonna be rich?Their plan worked to a point. They got the the Rev to agree to a small settlement by trapping him in the sexual harrassment plot. However the Rev turned the tables on them by coming back in a few days later and telling the girl (can't remember their names!) that he won't tell the partners what they did if she will give him her panties!!! The Rev ended up being "satisfied" when she slapped him across the face a couple times for being such a perv.
10-19-2005, 10:26 AM
I kind of liked when the guy assistant threatened to beat the Reverend up.
"What makes you think I wouldn't enjoy that?"
Funny character. Makes me hope he pops up again down the line somewhere.
10-19-2005, 10:34 AM
Thank you very much, HelloKitty! I will make sure to catch the episode when it reruns.
Too bad about the frying pan guy -- I enjoyed the little creep.
10-19-2005, 02:03 PM
Great scene between Shore and Crane when Crane revealed his fear about making the closing argument, about how he forgets things, how he used to be great and now only has the memory of the way he once was.
Another great scene at the end with the two of them wearing fishing boots as they head down the streets of Boston to do a little sewer grate fishing.
John Carter of Mars
10-20-2005, 12:02 AM
Watching Boston Legal without Tara was like living through a day without sunshine. I got through it, somehow, but it wasn't nearly as much fun.
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