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Boston Legal: New Kids on the Block

Jeffrey Coho takes on a new client, Scott Little, who has been accused of murdering a judge. Handling this high profile case his first day at the office, Coho immediately makes a splash at Crane Poole & Schmidt. Meanwhile, Cranes online date threatens to sue the firm, and Shore takes on a cross-dressing client fired for taking maternity leave

Episode Info
Episode number: 3x2
Production Number: 3F04
Airdate: Tuesday September 26th, 2006

Director: Bill D'Elia
Writer: David E. Kelley

Alternate Airdates:

DE (Vox) Aug 15, 2007
NL (RTL 8) Jan 09, 2010

Guest Stars
Anthony HealdAnthony Heald
As Judge Harvey Cooper
Armin ShimermanArmin Shimerman
As Judge Brian Hooper
Ashton HolmesAshton Holmes
As Scott Little
Constance ZimmerConstance Zimmer
As Claire Simms
Curtis ArmstrongCurtis Armstrong
As Dr. Zachary Simon
David BottrellDavid Bottrell
As Lincoln Meyer
Gary Anthony WilliamsGary Anthony Williams
As Clarice/Clarence Bell
Jill BrennanJill Brennan
As Gracie Jane
Katey SagalKatey Sagal
As Barbara Little
Marisa CoughlanMarisa Coughlan
As Melissa Hughes
Meredith EatonMeredith Eaton
As Bethany Horowitz
Takayo FischerTakayo Fischer
As Clerk
Tyler LabineTyler Labine
As A.D.A. Jonathan Winant
Vic PolizosVic Polizos
As Detective Frank Richmond
David WeisenbergDavid Weisenberg
As Man in Suit
Rob NaritaRob Narita
As Dr. Kerry Woo
Main Cast
James SpaderJames Spader
As Alan Shore
William ShatnerWilliam Shatner
As Denny Crane
Candice BergenCandice Bergen
As Shirley Schmidt
Rene AuberjonoisRene Auberjonois
As Paul Lewiston
Mark ValleyMark Valley
As Brad Chase
Julie BowenJulie Bowen
As Denise Bauer
Craig BierkoCraig Bierko
As Jeffrey Coho
Episode Notes
First appearance of Craig Bierko as Jeffrey Coho.

Denny breaks character 3 times before the main intro starts.

Jeffrey: We're the new guys.
Denny: Oh please, if there were new guys, they would have shown up in the season premiere.

Denny: Welcome to Boston Legal.

Denny: Queue the music. (Intro starts.)

This has become a somewhat of a staple or running gag of the show. They do it a few times a season and it is not limited to Denny. Other characters have done is as well.

Shirley and Jeffrey had a one time affair.

Jeffrey's cell phone ring is a voice repeating, "Objection!... Move to strike!"

Episode Quotes
(Denny spots Claire for the first time.)
Denny: Well, well, well, well, well. If you're a client, I'll get you off; if you're not... the offer's still there.
Claire: Okay, ick... and double ick.

Denny: Is that a guy?
Alan: Don't be silly.
Denny: Seriously, I think that's a guy.

Jeffrey: What is this? Good cop - bad cop? If so, send in the good cop.

Shirley: I'll get the new girl to help. She knows employment law.
Alan: You can't just assign me casses and girls.... Girls maybe.

Claire Simms: Okay, the cross-dresser just call me a ho.

Barbara Little: Could my son actually be arrested?
Jeffrey: Never a good thing to leave one's semen at the murder scene.

Denny: I hope she doesn't put a hex on me. Can they do that?... Midgets?

Alan: Transvestites are now a risk to national security. Did you know that?
Denny: Of course they are. Prancing around wearing disguises. There could be a Muslim underneath all that mascara.

Alan: I like the new girl, Claire.
Denny: She called me gross... and fat. I think she's attracted to me.

Cultural References
(About his cigar.)
Denny: It's a personal gift from Bill Clinton. If you only knew where the cigar has been.

This is a reference to the infamous scandal where Pres. Bill Clinton had an affair with one of his interns, Monica Lewinsky. It was rumored she used a cigar to "pleasure herself" and the President then smoked it.

Denny: We met on FaceSpace. We've been corresponding for the last two weeks.

FaceSpace is an obvious reference to MySpace.com and Facebook. MySpace is a site where people can have their own web pages to blog, meet new people, and keep up with old friends. It's also been used to advertise things like movies. Facebook is similiar to MySpace but targeted more towards college students and adults who share common interests and networks.

Episode References
Alan: I just had Jerry Espenson last week. I need a break from this sort of thing.

This is a reference to the previous episode, Can't We All Get a Lung, in which Alan defended Jerry yet again.

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CreatorDavid E. Kelley
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