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Boston Legal: Loose Lips

In defending a man, Gil Furnald, who was fired from his post as Santa at a local department store for being a transvestite, Shore tries his own hand at pulling a rabbit out of a hat. Meanwhile, Lori finds herself in a difficult position when her therapist, Dr. Allen Konigsberg, tells her one of his patients has threatened to kill his wife, and asks Lori for advice on whether he should warn the woman.

Episode Info


Episode number: 1x8
Production Number: 1F09
Airdate: Sunday November 28th, 2004


Alternate Airdates:

DE (Vox) Nov 15, 2006
NL (RTL 8) Aug 24, 2008

Guest Stars
Al SharptonAl Sharpton
As Himself
Recurring
H. Richard GreeneH. Richard Greene
As Judge Harry Hingham
Recurring
Rene AuberjonoisRene Auberjonois
As Paul Lewiston
Recurring
Cheryl WhiteCheryl White
As Mary Stevens
Donna CooperDonna Cooper
As Secretary
George NewbernGeorge Newbern
As Dr. Allen Konigsberg
Heidi HellerHeidi Heller
As Clerk
Jim OJim O'Heir
As Gil Furnald
Neal MatarazzoNeal Matarazzo
As Brian Stevens
Steven M. GagnonSteven M. Gagnon
As Detective Lowe
Vicki DavisVicki Davis
As Sylvia Donato
Wayne WildersonWayne Wilderson
As Attorney Paul Phillips
Main Cast
James SpaderJames Spader
As Alan Shore
William ShatnerWilliam Shatner
As Denny Crane
Mark ValleyMark Valley
As Brad Chase
Lake BellLake Bell
As Sally Heep
Rhona MitraRhona Mitra
As Tara Wilson
Monica PotterMonica Potter
As Lori Colson
Episode Quotes
Alan: What's your specialty?
Dr. Konigsberg: Couples' counseling. I first saw the client and his wife together. Since the divorce I've been working with him alone.
Alan: So they came to you to improve their relationship, and now one wants to kill the other. Not your best work, was it, doctor?

Gil Furnald: I just like wearing women's clothes sometimes. It's not a sexual turn-on; it just feels right sometimes.
Denny: So, basically, you're a sicko.
Gil Furnald: I'm not sick.
Denny: Lighten up, man. So what, you got caught in a skirt? That what you're saying?
Gil Furnald: My employer found out, and, yes, I got fired. They asked me a lot of questions, like whether I'm gay.
Denny: Well, are you? Not that there's anything wrong with that.



Cultural References
Gil Furnald: My employer found out, and, yes, I got fired. They asked me a lot of questions, like whether I'm gay.
Denny: Well, are you? Not that there's anything wrong with that.

"Not that there's anything wrong with that" is a quote commonly said in the NBC hit sitcom Seinfeld when referencing that someone is gay.



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CreatorDavid E. Kelley
 
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