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Boston Legal: Still Crazy After All These Years

Alan Shore represents an ex-lover who was institutionalized after attempting to murder him, and the partners are concerned by Denny Crane's increasingly erratic behavior.

Episode Info

Episode number: 1x2
Production Number: 1F03
Airdate: Sunday October 10th, 2004

Alternate Airdates:

DE (Vox) Oct 04, 2006
NL (RTL 8) Jul 13, 2008

  • Currently 10/10
10/10 (2 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
Anthony S. JohnsonAnthony S. Johnson
As Judge Baker
Elizabeth MitchellElizabeth Mitchell
As Christine Pauley
Eric PayneEric Payne
As Sam Halpern
John Michael HigginsJohn Michael Higgins
As Jerry Austin
Rene AuberjonoisRene Auberjonois
As Paul Lewiston
Steven Anderson (1)Steven Anderson (1)
As Walter Seymore
Andy MilderAndy Milder
As Dr. Gill
David Connell (1)David Connell (1)
As Tourette's Guy
Erika GreenspanErika Greenspan
As Female Patient
Frances FisherFrances Fisher
As Carrie Lansing
Joel AndersonJoel Anderson
As Atty. Kevin Ripley
Ms. P. ReneyMs. P. Reney
As Psyche Nurse
Penelope WindustPenelope Windust
As Martha Silver
Rich CooperRich Cooper
As Paul Rober
Thomas KnickerbockerThomas Knickerbocker
As Dr. Mahoney
Episode Notes
You can see that Lori Colson has a tattoo on her ankle when Alan massages it.

Episode Quotes
Sally: I'm not gonna even discuss the absurdity of representing an ex-lover that tried to kill you but how do you not at least tell me? That isn't something I should know?
Alan: I wanted to surprise you with it.

Lori: Wait a second. She tried to kill you?
Alan: She did.
Lori: And now she wants out?
Alan: She does.
Lori: And you're trying to help her get out?
Alan: I am.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorDavid E. Kelley
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