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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
Year: 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

4 March 1997
Bobby defends Rachel Reynolds, a young woman facing drug charges. She is not a drug dealer, but was trying to cover for her brother. Lindsay represents Emerson Ray, who is suing a tobacco company in a wrongful death suit. Lindsay's favorite law professor, Anderson Pearson, represents the defense. Eugene represents "Free Willy", a man who exposes himself in public.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Linda Hunt ... Judge Zoey Hiller

Kate Burton ... A.D.A. Susan Alexander

James Handy ... Lt. Jeffrey Stewart

Tammy Townsend ... Rachel Reynolds
Virginia Capers ... Virginia Reynolds
James Greene ... Emerson Ray

Shawn Michael Howard ... Warren Cruickshank

Edward Herrmann ... Anderson Pearson
Max Alexander ... Benjamin Holsten

Patricia Belcher ... The Foreperson

Lorna Raver ... Pearson's Assistant
Pete Kovner ... Judge Pelt
Timothy Sawyer ... Judge Swan
Neil Gustafson ... Roland Coleman
Tony Haney ... Harry Molt

Stacy Arnell ... Chanel (uncredited)
Dave Kruh ... Lawyer (uncredited)

Ken Parham ... Juror (uncredited)
Maridean Mansfield Shepard ... Court Visitor (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Part I

11 March 1997
Bobby represents a man facing armed robbery charges. His strategy is to plead out to lesser charges. Eugene's client fears for her and her 11 year old son's safety, at the hands of her ex-husband. Eugene makes several attempts to get a restraining order. The situation has deadly consequences. Bobby tries to secure a loan and pays a visit to Jimmy Berluti, his friend and banker.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

Kate Burton ... A.D.A. Susan Alexander
Barry Miller ... Douglas Colson

Paul McCrane ... Martin Parks

Jayne Atkinson ... Ruth Gibson

Philip Baker Hall ... Judge Joseph Vinocour

Larry Brandenburg ... Judge Steven Winwood

David Eigenberg ... D.A. Harvey Welk
John Short ... Warren Snail

Francis Guinan ... Gary Newman
Jeffrey King ... Kevin Gibson

Rick Hall ... Officer Patrick Trimble

James Lorinz ... Lyle Roberts
Herb Mitchell ... Judge Rodney White

Richard Penn ... Judge Wald

Chris Wiley ... Michael Gibson (as Christopher Wiley)
Kathy L. McNabb ... Sandra
William Hubbard Knight ... Clerk - Ben
David Alexander ... Detective
Alan Gelfant ... Kenneth Hanks

Alan Charof ... Boston Cabbie
Wendy Gazelle ... Laura Redstone (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Trial and Error

18 March 1997
Bobby plans to represent Gerald Braun in a wrongful death suit against Ronald Martin. Eugene's "Free Willy" returns, after being arrested in a peculiar position with a hooker. Defense Lawyers in the Emerson Ray case make a motion to have the case dismissed. Bobby fears that the judge is biased. Jimmy, Bobby's friend the banker, is fired for approving a construction loan under false pretenses and Bobby decides to hire him.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

Arye Gross ... Rabbi Daniel Warner

John C. McGinley ... Atty. Leonard Goode

Jack Laufer ... Dr. Gerald Braun

Jane Kaczmarek ... Pamela Boyd

Craig Wasson ... Father O'Brien

Natalija Nogulich ... Judge Stevens
Mary-Joan Negro ... Roberta Braun (as Mary Joan Negro)
James Greene ... Emerson Ray
Robin Gammell ... Michael Small

Michael Harney ... A.D.A. Walt Frazier

Gibby Brand ... Judge William McGough

Katherine LaNasa ... Sheila

Edward Herrmann ... Anderson Pearson

David Wells ... Jonathan Cramer
Ed Rosen ... Foreperson

Greg Wrangler ... Ronald Martin
Max Alexander ... Benjamin Holsten
Gary Friedkin ... Michael Hart

Mickey Cottrell ... Dr. Michael Helms

Robert Peters ... Officer Cooper
Roderick Bascom ... Guard (uncredited)
Michael Byrne ... Officer (uncredited)

Willie Garson ... D.A. Frank Shea (uncredited)
Chaim Tsvi Karp ... Hasidic Man in Waiting Room (uncredited)
Paul Kent ... Judge Skully (uncredited)
Mary Kircher ... Assistant District Attorney (uncredited)
Scott Lindner ... Courtroom Recorder (uncredited)
Melissa S. Markess ... Attorney (uncredited)

Jerry Sroka ... Bob Walsh (uncredited)

Estrella Tamez ... (uncredited)

Hynden Walch ... Sarah Fisher (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Part IV

25 March 1997
An extremely nervous Lindsey goes up against the tobacco industry and her old Law School Professor in her very first jury trial. Outraged by the release of his daughter's killer, Dr. Braun takes matters into his own hands.

Season 1, Episode 5: Part V

1 April 1997
Preparing for Dr. Braun's murder trial, Jimmy comes up with a controversial defense after the client refuses to argue temporary insanity. Meanwhile, Eugene bets both Lindsey and an ADA that he can win a hopeless case, and Ellenor finally comes face to face with the Podiatrist she met through the personal ads.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Arye Gross ... Rabbi Daniel Warner

Jack Laufer ... Dr. Gerald Braun

Mark Harelik ... Michael Agosta
Mary-Joan Negro ... Roberta Braun (as Mary Joan Negro)

David Eigenberg ... D.A. Harvey Welk

Philip Baker Hall ... Judge Joseph Vinocour

Michelle Hurd ... D.A. Renee Williams
Jojo Smollett ... Stephan Furnald (as Jo Jo Smollett)

Michael Monks ... George Vogelman
Gregg Almquist ... Judge Richard Drapkin

Barbara Tarbuck ... Judge Emily Strong
Damon White ... Client / Roy
Marjorie Lovett ... Jury Foreperson
Taylor Leigh ... Reporter
Ken Kerman ... Guard

Pat Skipper ... Officer Guthrie (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Part VI

8 April 1997
Dr. Braun's emotional and outrageous murder trial finally begins, with Bobby going up against a known ADA who is also a famous Rabbi. Eugene represents a boy accused of statutory rape, after he impregnates a 13 year old girl.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Norman Lloyd ... D.A. Asher Silverman

Arye Gross ... Rabbi Daniel Warner

Jack Laufer ... Dr. Gerald Braun
Mary-Joan Negro ... Roberta Braun (as Mary Joan Negro)

Philip Baker Hall ... Judge Joseph Vinocour

David Eigenberg ... D.A. Harvey Welk

Christine Estabrook ... Judge Maureen Zisk
Andi Chapman ... Vonda White

Karen Landry ... Cindy McGuire
Wanya Green ... Melanie White

Wesley Jonathan ... David Piper

Michael Chieffo ... Chris Varley

Gregory Cruz ... ADA Whanapuckam (as Gregory Norman Cruz)

Kim Delgado ... Bailiff
Devon O'Brien ... Dr. Cecile Anspacher

Jean Montanti ... Jury Foreperson

Greg Wrangler ... Ronald Martin

Christal Chacon ... Reporter #1

Todd Jensen ... Reporter #2
Francesca Cappucci ... Reporter #3
Chris McWatt ... Reporter #4 (as Christopher McWatt)
Diane Dorsey ... Clerk

Steven Eckholdt ... A.D.A. Chris Kelton (uncredited)

Austin Pendleton ... Sam Feldberg (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Reasonable Doubts

20 September 1997
The firm calls Bobby's judgment into question when he forms a romantic relationship with a new client who happens to be on trial for murder.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Kim Raver ... Victoria Keenan

Ron Glass ... Judge Kent

Taylor Negron ... Mr. Walters

Stanley Anderson ... Dr. Gale

Robin Thomas Grossman ... Robert Adler (as Robin Thomas)

Michael Holden ... Helen's 'Boss'
Ben Lemon ... Dr. Richard Eigher

Douglas Roberts ... John Hales
David Doty ... Foreman

Ricco Ross ... Reporter #2 (as Rico Ross)

Debra D. Holt ... (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Betrayal

23 September 1997
The firm represents an outrageously clever client, who is accused of stabbing his lover to death, but pulls a brilliant legal maneuver in an attempt to get away with it. A series of unfortunate misunderstandings causes Jimmy to be arrested for solicitation.

Season 2, Episode 3: The Blessing

27 September 1997
Tensions rise to extremely high levels in the courtroom and out of it, when Bobby and Helenn clash over an assisted suicide case, each carrying a traumatic personal memory regarding the controversial issue.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Edward Asner ... Judge Matlin Pratt

Nicolas Surovy ... Dr. Henry Richards

Steven Eckholdt ... A.D.A. Chris Kelton

Michael Bofshever ... Mr. Crewson

Sam Coppola ... Carl Malzone

Megan Edwards ... Julie Crewson

Nancy Lenehan ... Nurse MacKenzie

Bruno Alexander ... Foreman #2
Jayson Boyd ... Steve Crewson
Karen Crane ... Reporter #1
Nicholas Kusenko ... Will Stitt (as Nick Kusenko)

Teddy Lane Jr. ... Malzone Juror

Betty Murphy ... Connie Malzone

Joan Marlowe ... Judge A.R. Scannal

Jean St. James ... Foreman
David Taavon ... Another A.D.A.
Michael Eskridge ... Wilton Friend (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Dog Bite

4 October 1997
Berluti represents a young girl who was bitten in the face by a dog. A juror communicates with Lindsay during a trial. Eugene defends a one-legged African American man accused of robbery.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole
Barry Miller ... Douglas Colson

Robert Carradine ... Dr. Manheim

Michelle Hurd ... D.A. Renee Williams

Kelly Perine ... Theodore 'Teddy' Maynard

Natalija Nogulich ... Judge Stevens
Phyllis Lyons ... Mrs. Stevenson
Katie Volding ... Susan Stevenson

Linda Gehringer ... Miss Bancock
Frank Renzulli ... Kenny Tripp (as Frank Renzuli)

Willie Garson ... D.A. Frank Shea
Charles Cooper ... Judge Robert Boucher
Murray Rubinstein ... Carl Leiberman

Wendy Worthington ... Jury Foreperson #1
Marti Reese ... Jury Foreperson #2

Stacy Arnell ... Chanel (uncredited)

Kate Atkinson ... Jury Member (uncredited)

Elizabeth Carder ... Jurror (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: First Degree

11 October 1997
An adulterer is charged with the murder of her affluent husband as well as her lover are defended by Bobby and another office attorney. A cop just a few years shy of retirement quits his job and is seeking disability compensation claiming that being a cop caused him to become a racist. Lindsay is surprised to be told by Jimmy that she is is the subject of an erotic dream,

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Linda Hunt ... Judge Zoey Hiller

Melina Kanakaredes ... Andrea Wexler

William Atherton ... D.A. Pratt

John Aylward ... Center Panelist in Rydell Hearing

Garrett M. Brown ... Doug Forsythe

Lisa Eichhorn ... Mary Jane Wiggins

John Kapelos ... Officer John Rydell

Natalija Nogulich ... Judge Stevens

Mark L. Taylor ... Wiggins' Psychiatrist

Al Pugliese ... Mr. Crane / Rydell Panelist
David Dunard ... Panelist in Rydell Hearing (as David S. Dunard)

Jack Stehlin ... Doctor Wolfman

Byron Minns ... Bailiff (as Byron Keith Minns)
Helen Geller ... Foreperson
Kevin Marshall Brady ... Juror

Season 2, Episode 6: Sex, Lies and Monkeys

18 October 1997
An unfaithful wife who was convicted and possibly because of Bobby's damning remarks in court he discovered to be innocent. Bobby vigilantly tries to get the judge to win her release at sentencing. Kelton, an on again-off-again lover of Lindsay drugs her wine with a date rape drug to enliven her sexual performance without her permission.

Season 2, Episode 7: Search and Seizure

25 October 1997
A husband seeks a court order that would force his pregnant wife to undergo a C-section. Lindsay represents a drug dealer caught red-handed with a large quantity of cocaine. Gamble asks Bobby out on a date.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Paul Ben-Victor ... Bernard 'Benny' Small

Christine Healy ... Mrs. Randall's Atty. Sheila

Donal Logue ... ADA Richard 'Dickie' Flood

John Carroll Lynch ... Dr. Robert Larson
Joan McMurtrey ... Cynthia Randall

Vyto Ruginis ... Jason Swoboda
Harley Venton ... Mike Randall
Dennis Creaghan ... Judge J. Kramer

Christopher Darga ... Officer (as Chris Darga)

Ellen Geer ... Judge G. Warner

Hansford Rowe ... Appeals Court Judge Nolan
Richardson Morse ... D.A. Scott Hamburg
Van Boudreaux ... Clerk

Sean Cory Cooper ... Bailiff (as Sean Cooper)

Dale Gibson ... Officer Joseph

Diane Robin ... Nurse Laurie (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: The Means

8 November 1997
The firm is defending a friend of Eugene's who killed someone during a riot. They're trying to prove him innocent. But when things look bleak they decide to try another approach which both the client and Eugene think is an insult.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington (credit only)

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

D.B. Woodside ... Aaron Wilton
Sandra Quarterman ... A.D.A. Hart (as Saundra Quarterman)

Meredith Scott Lynn ... Myra Glenn

Tony Amendola ... Dr. Alvin Troub

Lisa Arrindell Anderson ... Mrs. Wilton

Matt Malloy ... Mr. Robinson

Alan Blumenfeld ... Attorney for Mrs. Kramer

Micole Mercurio ... Ms. Kramer

Jill Andre ... Judge (as Jill André)

Dan Martin ... Officer Tedesco

Greg Lauren ... Myra's Husband
Melissa Gardner ... Reporter #1

Forbes Riley ... Reporter #2
Kenny Sargeant ... Reporter #3 (as Kenny Sargent)
Mary Major ... TV Correspondent Melanie Morris
David Muir ... Jury Foreperson
Robair Sims ... Rioter #1
Brian Bennett ... Rioter #2
Gene Williams ... Rioter #3

Season 2, Episode 9: Save the Mule

15 November 1997
A drug dealer's operative is taken into custody after she attempted to smuggle cocaine into the U.S. by swallowing drug-filled prophylactics.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington (credit only)

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Martin Ferrero ... Sam Feldberg

Paul Ben-Victor ... Bernard 'Benny' Small

Gregory Itzin ... US Atty. Al Daly

Maurice Godin ... John Aikman

Annie Corley ... Doctor

Karina Arroyave ... Teresa Cortez

Stefan Gierasch ... Judge Brudister

Troy Evans ... Customs Inspector Lowry
Ellis Williams ... Kevin Beal (as Ellis E. Williams)

Bob Clendenin ... David Rogers
David Green ... Previous Attorney for Cancer Sufferers

Patti Allison ... Maureen Saunders

Fred Saldone ... EMS Technician
Maria Santucci ... Helen Banner
Leslie Erganian ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Spirit of America

22 November 1997
A documentary crew records the attorneys as they fight to win a stay of execution for a man convicted of murdering a young girl.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington (credit only)

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble (credit only)

Marcello Thedford ... Randall 'Randy' Jefferson
John P. Connolly ... Warden Steve Langston

Bruce French ... A.G. Walgren
John Bellucci ... Documentary Interviewer (voice)

Cyrus Farmer ... Frank Dugger
Brooks Almy ... Mrs. Carson - Victim's Mother

John Gavigan ... Mr. Carson - Victim's Father

Tom Jourden ... Atty. Tom Cooperman
Bill Bolender ... Executioner

Lennie Loftin ... Guard With Randy's Last Meal
Barbara Roberts ... Randy's Mom

Rudy Ramos ... Lopez

Price Carson ... Guard #2

L. Sidney ... Guard #1 (as Aklam)
Mark J. Goodman ... Field Reporter (as Mark Goodman)
Laura Carlson ... Reporter #1
Benajah Cobb ... Terry
Ramon McLane ... Jesse

Weston Blakesley ... Washington

Rob Elk ... Tony
William Rogers ... Father Maloney (as Will Rogers)
Judith Montgomery ... Sharon the Receptionist

John Thaddeus ... Security Officer
Ray Colbert ... Salesman (as Raymond Colbert)

Khadijah Karriem ... Randy's Sister
April Anderson ... Aunt
Kerim Joseph ... Darius Jefferson
Arlow Stewart ... Carl Jefferson (as Arlowe Stewart)
Toni Senecal ... News Announcer
Jordan Lee Williams ... Guy

Darwyn Carson ... Young Mother
Earl Houston Bullock ... Hard Hat Man (as Earl Bullock)
Hillary Webster ... 20 Something
James Harnagel ... Balding Guy

Season 2, Episode 11: Hide and Seek

29 November 1997
James Whitmore as Raymond Oz, an elderly attorney (on a par with Denny Crane's antics) who asks Bobby to second chair as he is having memory issues. Oz is brash, witty and quite the showman in court. Eugene is defending a despicable client who murdered two young children. His revelation to his attorney, Eugene, in court and Eugene's reaction is a surprising moment. Balducci's actress client is a heartthrob of his youth their exchanges provide some sweet moments.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

James Whitmore ... Raymond Oz

Valerie Perrine ... Jane Elaine

Titus Welliver ... Gordon

Bonnie Bartlett ... Joanne Oz

Jack Blessing ... D.A. Horowitz

Jeremy Ratchford ... Gibbons
Scott Allan Campbell ... D.A.

Earl Billings ... Judge Thomas Lawrence

Ken Howard ... Senator Frank Patanki

Robert Clohessy ... Detective Gagen
Charles Cooper ... Judge Robert Boucher

Ricco Ross ... Reporter
Ed Berke ... Hostage Negotiator
Irene Muzzy ... Jury Foreperson
Selma Stern ... Elderly Woman Hostage
Susan Reno ... Kidnapped Boys' Mother

Steve B. Green ... Kidnapped Boys' Father (as Steve Greenberg)

Sung Hi Lee ... Senator Patanki's Wife

Season 2, Episode 12: Race with the Devil

13 December 1997
Bobby's priest becomes a client after a woman suffers a fatal heart attack during an exorcism.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Robert Prosky ... Father Patrick

Paul McCrane ... Martin Parks
Barry Miller ... Douglas Colson

Aida Turturro ... TV Commercial Producer

John de Lancie ... Dr. Walsch
Brian Reddy ... Dr. Pankin

James Pickens Jr. ... Detective Mike McKrew
Frank Renzulli ... Kenny Tripp (as Frank Renzuli)

Richard McGonagle ... Judge Patrick Wilcox

Jim Antonio ... Archbishop Mazzoni
Steven Anderson ... Dr. Barry Jacob

Christopher Stanley ... Officer Kent

John Ruskin ... Joel Bland
Maggie Murphy ... Maggie
Will Coogan ... Coroner's Assistant

Mark Chaet ... Notary Public
Bryan Clark ... Stanley Ryerson

Season 2, Episode 13: The Civil Right

20 December 1997
Berluti decides to advertise himself on TV "The Grunt" Attorney. Once the ad hits the airwaves, the hall is full of potential clients and the most surprising one is his Mom who decides to tell her son that she wants to marry again and her lover is a woman. A man wants to sue his female dentist who he says sexually molested him pushing against the "rape shield laws". Also, a rape victim's testimony is attacked by Eugene who represents the supposed perpetrator.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lois Smith ... Mary Beth Berluti

Zeljko Ivanek ... D.A. Mark McGovern
Rose Gregorio ... Michelle Sardo

Maria del Mar ... A.D.A. Cindy Lichtman (as Maria Del Mar)
Ellen Bethea ... Brenda Fraser

Mitchell Ryan ... Judge George Nelson

Googy Gress ... Dentist's Patient
Charles Cooper ... Judge Robert Boucher

Gordon Michaels ... Assistant District Attorney

Kirsten Nelson ... Judy Burke
Billie Neal ... Martha Burl

David Brisbin ... Byron
Olivia Virgil White ... Judge Jane Wall

Lou Cutell ... Adelstein

Alan Wilder ... Walter Rowland
Bob Kirsh ... Henry Porter

Svetlana Efremova ... Rena (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: The Pursuit of Dignity

3 January 1998
Bobby's senior prom date is arrested for prostitution. Ellenor represents a little girl who was thrown out of school because of a disability.

Season 2, Episode 15: Line of Duty

5 January 1998
Bobby spends the night at Helen's. While they are in bed, someone calls Helen and leaves a message on her machine. It's the police telling her they're going to bust someone, which Bobby overhears. And the person who's going to be busted is one of his clients. He tells Eugene who tells him that he's duty bound to tell the client. He tells the client and because of that they were ready for the police and some of them were killed. Helen says that Bobby was the one who told about the bust. So Bobby is arrested. Initially he was charged with something minor but later they decided to charge him with murder. So with Eugene as his counsel, they decide to let the judge decide if he's guilty.

Season 2, Episode 16: Truth and Consequences

12 January 1998
A gang member threatens Rebecca's life after she witnesses a robbery-homicide.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Cliff De Young ... Atty. West

Graham Beckel ... Joel Helms

Raymond Cruz ... Miguel Moreno
Ellis Williams ... Kevin Beal (as Ellis E. Williams)

Albert Hall ... Judge Seymore Walsh

Anna Gunn ... Jean Ward

Ray Abruzzo ... Detective Michael McGuire

Patti Allison ... Maureen Saunders

Bob Clendenin ... David Rogers
Ben Slack ... Judge For Moreno Hearing

David Selburg ... Judge Holmes
James Hornbeck ... Judge Joseph Clarke
Maria Santucci ... Helen Banner
Anthony Garcia ... Luis Moreno

Dick DeCoit ... Officer Lindstrom

Debra D. Holt ... Secretary (as Debra Holt)
Patrick Falls ... Atty. Kyle Smith

Lamont Dixon ... Officer
Mike Andrella ... Hallway Officer

Phil Hawn ... Telemarketer / Murder Scene Onlooker (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Burden of Proof

19 January 1998
With no medical evidence, an unfavorable judge, a drunk for a scientific witness, and virtually no prospect of winning - Jimmy leads a group of cancer patients no other lawyer would even go near to, into a hopeless trial against a power lines company.

Season 2, Episode 18: Ties That Bind

2 February 1998
Ellenor and Lindsay represent a porn star accused of choking her co-star husband to death during a bondage scene. Rebecca's capacity as an eye-witness is called into question, when her identification at the line-up might get suppressed. Hellen is stunned when she figures out the true nature of Bobby and Lindsay's relationship.

Season 2, Episode 19: The Trial

9 February 1998
Hellen and Bobby's relationship is sent into a turmoil, when they are put at opposite sides of the same juicy, high-profile murder case, and neither is willing to back out. Eugene represents Rebecca's old and cranky uncle for tax evasion.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Chris Sarandon ... Dr. Jeffrey Winslow

Anna Gunn ... Jean Ward

James Pickens Jr. ... Detective Mike McKrew
Carl Gordon ... 'Uncle Ty' Emerson
Jacqueline Hahn ... Karen Winslow

Madison Mason ... Atty. Jacob Hurwitz

Julie Ariola ... Lorraine Marks

Lynn Hamilton ... Judge Fulton

John Billingsley ... Revenue Officer Robert Schmidt

Ryan Cutrona ... Pathologist

John Lavachielli ... Kenneth Fuller

Linda Hunt ... Judge Zoey Hiller

Beth Kennedy ... Wendy Shiff

Frank Novak ... Dick Walsh

Benjamin Brown ... Officer Norton
Seymour Hoffberg ... Clerk (as Sy Hoffberg)
David Moreland ... Coroner

Susan Blommaert ... Judge Rudy Fox (uncredited)
Mary Major ... Reporter #1 (uncredited)
Richardson Morse ... D.A. Scott Hamburg (uncredited)
Mimi Savage ... Stephanie Jones (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Cloudy with a Chance of Membranes

16 February 1998
With their romantic relationship now over, Bobby and Helen face each other in court on the murder trial of Dr. Jeffrey Winslow. Determined to come out on top, each of them prepares tricks and surprises for the other - but the real surprise comes after the trial is over.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Chris Sarandon ... Dr. Jeffrey Winslow
Jacqueline Hahn ... Karen Winslow

James Pickens Jr. ... Detective Mike McKrew

Julie Ariola ... Lorraine Marks
Austin Tichenor ... A.D.A. Tisbury

Ryan Cutrona ... Pathologist

John Lavachielli ... Kenneth Fuller
Richardson Morse ... D.A. Scott Hamburg

Linda Hunt ... Judge Zoey Hiller

Phil Abrams ... Gary Strangis
Pamela Gorham ... Dr. Hoffle
Mimi Savage ... Stephanie Jones
Cynthia Eichor ... News 8 TV Anchor

Blair Bess ... News 8 Reporter Jim Frawley
Mary Major ... Angela Coxton, Reporter #1
Carlos Granda ... Reporter #2
Dee Ryan ... Reporter #3
Andrew Walker ... Foreperson
Patricia Matthews ... Juror #1 (as Patricia Ann Matthew)
Lubo Barnett ... Juror #2 (as Lubo Barnet)

Susan Blommaert ... Judge Rudy Fox (uncredited)

Benjamin Brown ... Officer (uncredited)

Rachel Galvin ... Courthouse visitor (uncredited)
Seymour Hoffberg ... Clerk (uncredited)

Beth Kennedy ... Wendy Schiff (uncredited)

Frank Novak ... Dick Walsh (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: In Deep

2 March 1998
Ellenor sticks Lindsay with a humiliating case of a man determined to get his day in court when fined for using too much water when flushing his toilet. Things get even worse when the case goes before a very respected judge, who dies unexpectedly, just after causing a horrible mix-up. Ellenor herself defends a long-time client, accused of purse-snatching, only to be charged under an obscure federal law, and is faced with 20 years in jail. Meanwhile, Rebecca testifies as an eye witness in a murder trial, and faces a vigorous cross by the defense attorney.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Lawrence Monoson ... PDA John Seymour

Anna Gunn ... Jean Ward

Shawn Michael Howard ... Warren Cruickshank

Nan Martin ... Judge Lydia Winchell

James Hong ... Mr. Wong

Jack Kehler ... Kyle Peabody
Ben Slack ... Judge Fuller

Basil Wallace ... Jerry

Lynn Hamilton ... Judge P. Fulton

Barry Wiggins ... Testifying Officer

Richard Doyle ... Judge Warren Halperin

McNally Sagal ... Federal Prosecutor
Bryan Clark ... Congressman Haley's Attorney
Mary Major ... Reporter #2

Tiiu Leek ... Janet Gilmore, Reporter #4
Mijanou Van der Woude ... Joy Schenk, Reporter #1
Kenny Sargeant ... Todd Woods, Reporter #3 (as Kenny Sargent)
Anthony Garcia ... Luis Moreno

Jamison Yang ... Laundry Co-worker
Scott W. McKinlay ... DA Michael Markson (as Scott William McKinlay)
Marcus Aurelius ... Foreman
Rick Paap ... Federal Marshall
John Petlock ... Congressman Haley
Harper Roisman ... Judge Samuel Colon

Season 2, Episode 22: Another Day

9 March 1998
Joey Herric returns, having killed yet another lover by stabbing him in the chest. Hellen takes on the case, determined to finally get Joey, and Bobby tries to suppress his previous crime from evidence. Ellenor defends purse snatcher Warren Cruikshank, charged with affecting tourism and faced with 20 years in jail. Lindsay once again takes on her former Proffesor, Anderson Pearson, but this time instead of making a settlement offer, he makes her a job offer.

Season 2, Episode 23: Checkmate

16 March 1998
Helenn and Joey Herric go head to head in the courtroom, each trying to outmaneuver the other in Herric's murder trial. Meanwhile, Ellinor represents an obese woman, suing a carnival for ridiculing her in public.

Season 2, Episode 24: Trees in the Forest

30 March 1998
Hellen gets stuck with a vehicular manslaughter case, of a rich man who hit a homeless man in the street, and sped away. Rebecca is about to get an award for her actions regarding animal rights, but finds out the award might get taken away, after she kills a rat in the office. Eugene defends a gang member who accidentally killed his friend during a gang initiation. Finally, Lindsay drops a bomb during a staff meeting, demanding equity in the firm.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Richard Schiff ... Bob Show

Tyrees Allen ... ADA Curtis Simmons

John Pleshette ... Attorney for Mr. Feldman
Joseph Campanella ... Judge Joseph Camp

Antonio David Lyons ... Raymond Burnette

Ray Abruzzo ... Detective Michael McGuire
Jacqueline Schultz ... Shirley Yelon

Clayton Landey ... Mr. Feldman
Robert Schuch ... Gang Unit Detective

Andy Umberger ... A.D.A. Virgil Johnson

Tina Lifford ... Mrs. Johnson
Leontine Guilliard ... Colleen Burnette

Lavelle Roby ... Judge Winter
Marilyn Ginns ... Foreperson

Clement Blake ... Homeless Man

Kofi Elam ... Charlie Johnson

Rachel Galvin ... Animal activist (uncredited)

Phil Hawn ... Attorney in Courtroom Gallery (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: Food Chains

6 April 1998
Tensions at the firm are still high, thanks to Lindsey's demand to get equity, and to the revelation about her relationship with Bobby. Meanwhile, Rebecca gets into a car accident, which turns out to be staged by an insurance fraud ring, and Ellinor represents a scientist trying to save her ape from being killed by a science lab.

Season 2, Episode 26: Axe Murderer

27 April 1998
Continuing the first crossover episode of Ally McBeal, Bobby and Eugene join forces with the firm of Cage and Fish, defending an Axe murderer who believes she was Lizzy Borden in a prior life. Ellinor is crushed when she finds out the truth about her boyfriend's role in Rebecca's insurance fraud sting, while Lindsey offers Helen a job with the firm.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Calista Flockhart ... Ally McBeal

Gil Bellows ... Billy Thomas

J.C. MacKenzie ... Dr. Fred Spivak
Kelly Connell ... Dr. Peters

Michael Brandon ... A.D.A. Adam Dawson

Reni Santoni ... Roland Mapp

Daniel Dae Kim ... Testifying Officer

Lynn Hamilton ... Judge Fulton

Donna Murphy ... Marie Hanson
Shunil Borpujari ... Gasler (as Shunil Bailey)
John Kendall ... Glenn
Janet S. Blake ... Slauson

Dan Schafer ... Dr. Seymour Holt (as Dan Schaffer)
Moira Price ... Dr. Elaine Madison
Randy Kovitz ... Dr. Marcus Johnson
Mijanou Van der Woude ... Reporter #1

Phil Hawn ... Press Reporter in Courthouse Hallway (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 27: Duty Bound

4 May 1998
Jimmy's priest is arrested for murder when the body of a 16 year old boy is found in his closet. Jimmy is convinced of Father Ryan's innocence, and his search for the real killer gets him into a deadly situation. Ellenor has a hard time dealing with the truth about Fred Spivak, and makes a decision that might put Rebecca in jeopardy.

Season 2, Episode 28: Rhyme and Reason

11 May 1998
When a 13 year old boy shoots his mother for no apparent reason, Bobby and Helenn struggle over charging him as a child or an adult. Meanwhile, Eugene tries to get a murderer off on a technicality, while realizing how he looks through his young son's eyes.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Jeremy Lelliott ... Kevin Blair (as Jeremy Lelliot)

Ivar Brogger ... John Blair
Billee Thomas ... Kendall Young

Ray Abruzzo ... Detective Michael McGuire
Hal Robinson ... Judge M. Callahan

William Sanderson ... Mr. Simmons

Clyde Kusatsu ... Judge Stephen Chin

William Monaghan ... Attorney Larson

Robert Pine ... John Monahan

Vasili Bogazianos ... A.D.A. Coffee
James Hornbeck ... Judge Adam Clarke

Alison Martin ... Mrs. Blair

Kevin Quigley ... Brad Sholey

Joanna Lipari ... Psychiatrist

Louise Fletcher ... Judge N. Swanson
Samantha Telly ... Carol Blair
William Fisher ... Mr. Colburn
Karen Gichtin ... Ms. Crenshaw
Roderick Bascom ... Clerk

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Passing Go

27 September 1998
Lindsay gets suspicious when Rebecca seems to be secretly awaiting an important letter - and realizes just how much she was right when the letter finally arrives. Ellenor gets a hysterical call from a client, who ran over a man in the street while drunk, and is shocked to discover exactly who he hit. Hellen prosecutes two boys accused of rape and murder, each accusing the other, and ends up making a deal with the wrong one.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Ronny Cox ... D.A. Scott

Lee Garlington ... Joel's Attorney

Kristoffer Ryan Winters ... Joel Carlington (as Kristoffer Winters)

Chad Donella ... Kevin Peete (as Chad E. Donella)

George Coe ... Judge Walters

Richard Gilbert-Hill ... Allan Gamm
V.P. Oliver ... Michael Baylor
Victor Brandt ... Juror Joseph Strand
Erik Holland ... Mr. Kilburn

William Francis McGuire ... Jimmy - A.D.A.

Charles Durning ... Stephen Donnell

Butch Hammett ... Walter Cole

Patrice Walters ... Mrs. Peete

Mark Ankeny ... Mr. Peete
Sandra Francis ... Jury Foreperson
Michael James Thompson ... Mitchell Foster
Linda A. Michaels ... Susan Foster
Alexandra More ... Mary
Shan Applegate ... Officer

Paul Terrell Clayton ... Officer Kite
Denny Kirkwood ... Bike Helmet Pedestrian

Joyce Greenleaf ... Woman Pedestrian

Ty Williams ... Bailiff (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Reasons to Believe

4 October 1998
Lindsay is called to defend her old professor and mentor, Anderson Pearson, when he is charged with murder. Hellen must prosecute a man for murder, with the only witness being a 4 year old child. Having passed the bar exam, Rebecca tries her first case, and the firm hires a new secretary.

Season 3, Episode 3: Body Count

11 October 1998
George Vogleman, the podiatrist who Ellenor once dated, comes to her for help with a gruesome surprise in his bag. Jimmy and Rebecca defend a man who has been planning to kill his wife for years, while Lindsay and Bobby prepare for the Pearson trial. Finally, Hellen and Lindsay move in together.

Season 3, Episode 4: The Defenders

18 October 1998
Anderson Pearson's murder trial finally begins, with Lindsay and Bobby at the helm. As the evidence mount against George Vogleman in the murder of Susan Robin, Eugene tries to find other possible suspects.

Season 3, Episode 5: The Battlefield

25 October 1998
Lindsay takes on Anderson Pearson's appeal, claiming Judge Hiller was wrong in not letting them argue self defense. Ellenor and Eugene prepare for the Vogleman trial, turning over every rock to find a defense. Jimmy defends his cousin, sued for wrongful termination, after firing a woman for being Iranian.

Season 3, Episode 6: One of Those Days

8 November 1998
Ellenor and Eugene head the defense of George Vogleman in the Susan Robin murder trial, with almost no prospect of winning. Scrapping to put on a defense, Eugene employs the infamous "Plan B" on the victim's brother, and Ellenor betrays Hellen's confidence when she calls her to stand to testify about a private conversation they had.

Season 3, Episode 7: Trench Work

15 November 1998
A guilt ridden Lindsay is determined to get Anderson Pearson's conviction reduced to manslaughter, and gets into a world of trouble with Judge Hiller. Eugene and Ellenor's actions during the Vogleman trial come back to haunt them, when the brother of the victim sues them for falsely accusing him of murder. Two old cases, both ended with a grave miscarriage of justice, are reawaken - when Hellen makes an illegal deal with a wrongly convicted man, in order to get a murderer who managed to escape punishment.

Season 3, Episode 8: Swearing In

29 November 1998
About to be sworn-in as a lawyer, Rebecca represents a man for burglary, and begins to suspect he might be guilty of a much bigger crime. As the firm prepares to defend itself against Tommy Silva in the Robin case, Bobby surprises everyone when he chooses Jimmy to first chair. Meanwhile, Bobby also takes on the case of a very religious and highly respected woman, accused of shaking a baby to death.

Season 3, Episode 9: State of Mind

6 December 1998
Bobby tries Evelyn Mayfield's murder trial, and when it becomes clear the jury is about to convict her, even Bobby begins to doubt her innocence. Roberta Baylor comes to seek Rebecca's help again, when her son is suspended from school, after passing a sexually explicit note about a girl in his class. Meamwhile, Lucy tries to get everyone into the Christmas spirit.

Season 3, Episode 10: Love & Honor

13 December 1998
Jimmy leads the firm's defense against Tommy Silva's lawsuit for their actions during the Vogleman trial. Silva uses Ellenor's past actions to hang her, and Jimmy makes a questionable move during Eugene's testimony. Trying to get everyone's spirits up, Lucy insists they have a Christmas party.

Season 3, Episode 11: Split Decisions

3 January 1999
Eugene is stunned when he is called to defend an old friend of his, arrested for prostitution charges, while dressed in women's clothes. Things get even more complicated when it is discovered that the man who hired him was a prominent politician, in the race for the position of DA - and Hellen is forced by her boss to humiliate him in public for political gain. Meanwhile, Ellenor tries to bring in a big client to the firm, and is enraged when she is voted down by Bobby and Lindsay.

Season 3, Episode 12: A Day in the Life

10 January 1999
Hellen plans a relaxing day at the spa for her and Lindsay, but Lindsay foils her plans when she turns what was supposed to be a short hearing into a full day in court. Bobby and Eugene are called to the house of Bobby's old friend, where his teenage daughter gave birth to a baby, and suffocated it to death.

Season 3, Episode 13: Judge and Jury

17 January 1999
While presiding over a case Bobby is handling, Judge Kittleson call him into her chambers and informs him she had an extremely erotic dream about him. After he makes it clear his not interested in her, Bobby begins to feel her rulings are biased against him. Meanwhile, Hellen prosecutes a TV news producer as an accessory to murder, when he gives a live broadcast to a doctor assisting a suicide.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti (credit only)

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt (credit only)

Marla Sokoloff ... Lucy Hatcher

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Holland Taylor ... Judge Roberta Kittleson

Anna Gunn ... Jean Ward
Edmund Genest ... Defense Attorney Robertson (as Edmond Genest)

Roger Corman ... John Matlin

Sydney Walsh ... Miss Kramer, Timeline Producer

James Sutorius ... A.D.A. Mark

Lynn Hamilton ... Judge Fulton
Billee Thomas ... Kendall Young

Daryl Keith Roach ... Testifying Police Officer

Floyd Van Buskirk ... Robert Harmon

James Lashly ... Mary Burlington's Son

Denis Arndt ... Matlin's Defense Attorney
Patricia Place ... Mrs. Mary Burlington

Karl T. Wright ... Andrew Barton
Ken Taylor ... Reporter #3 (as Kenneth Livingston Taylor)
Tim Silva ... Reporter Peter Fleming

Dan Gifford ... Reporter #1, Marc Underwood
Nancie Boykiss ... Jury Foreperson

Season 3, Episode 14: Of Human Bondage

14 February 1999
A colleague of Bobby's asks him to take on a case of a prostitute accused of murder, until he discovers he is much more involved than he led on. Ellenor defends one of her first clients for possession charges, and Jimmy teaches Rebecca a valuable lesson in dealing with unreasonable clients.

Season 3, Episode 15: Lawyers, Reporters and Cockroaches

21 February 1999
Hellen's plans for a relaxing day at the spa are ruined when a human face is put on a cat-killing case she is prosecuting, and she decides to push for jail time. Bobby and Lindsay represent a restaurant owner, suing a TV reported who promised him a positive cover, but then aired a feature about cockroaches in his kitchen. Meanwhile, tensions at the firm are at an all-time high, when Ellenor finds out Lindsay makes twice as much as she does.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Marla Sokoloff ... Lucy Hatcher

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Len Cariou ... Defense Attorney Weiland
Joseph Campanella ... Judge Joseph Camp

Jeff Yagher ... Reporter Michael Sawyer
John Capodice ... Joe Jacobs
Patience Cleveland ... Sylvie Tyler

Thom Barry ... Judge Watson
Andrew Philpot ... Defense Attorney Billy Moreno

David Valcin ... Young Mr. Jacobs

John Cothran ... Chris Patterson (as John Cothran Jr.)
Edith Varon ... Pamela Jacobs

Aaron Michael Metchik ... Brent Jones (as Aaron Metchik)
Marti Reese ... Forewoman

Season 3, Episode 16: End Games

28 February 1999
A series of chaotic events reopens the Susan Robin murder case, which results in Ellinor's arrest for concealing evidence during George's trial. The entire firm stands ready to go to war for Ellinor, but no one is ready for the shocking truth behind this turn of events.

Season 3, Episode 17: Target Practice

7 March 1999
Jimmy and Lindsay represent a couple suing a gun manufacturer, when one of their guns is used to kill their daughter. Eugene is stunned when his son is arrested for drug dealing, and is mortified to learn where he got the idea to do so. Bobby, Ellenor and Rebecca manage to make a deal with the DA, but Eugene's ex-wife announces she is suing for full custody of Kendall, claiming Eugene is a bad influence on him.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Marla Sokoloff ... Lucy Hatcher

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Aunjanue Ellis ... Sharon Young

Kurt Fuller ... Mr. Lawrence
Billee Thomas ... Kendall Young

Holmes Osborne ... Mr. Hyde
Peter Iacangelo ... Marshall
Dan Ziskie ... Mr. Hedberg

Kymberly Newberry ... Susan Kimbro

Robert DoQui ... Doug Kimbro
Susan Barnes ... Mrs. Baker

Kimberly Scott ... Principal Richwood

Christian J. Meoli ... Charles Best (as Christian Meoli)
Dan Desmond ... Judge

Thomas Sobel ... Michael Baker (as Tommy Sobel)
Leisa Washington ... Clerk

Season 3, Episode 18: Crossfire

14 March 1999
Eugene and his ex-wife battle for custody of their son, when Sharon claims Eugene's job is having a bad influence on Kendall. Hellen prosecutes a man for stealing a car, but slowly becomes suspicious that the alleged victim is lying. Rebecca represents a psychologist who was fired from his job after he became cross-eyed, due to a head injury.

Season 3, Episode 19: Closet Justice

28 March 1999
The firm is assigned a horrific case of a man accused of murder, when the dismembered body of a nun was found in his closet. However, when fourth amendment issues arise regarding the validity of the search, the prospect of freeing such a violent criminal on a technicality sends everyone into an emotional turmoil.

Season 3, Episode 20: Home Invasions

18 April 1999
Helen prosecutes a man for killing his wife, with his son as the only eye witness to the crime. However, her case begins to go south when the son changes his story and claims it was a accident, and Helen turns to Ellinor for assistance. Meanwhile, Lucy discovers hidden cameras planted throughout her apartment, and Judge Kittelson learns her personal life are also splattered all over the Internet.

Season 3, Episode 21: Infected

25 April 1999
Still devastated from losing the Armbrust murder trial, an enraged Helen seeks vengeance over Gary Armbrust who lied on the stand, by charging him with murder. But a passionate and erratic closing exposes the true nature of her rage. Bobby and Eugene represent a man whose wife died shortly after a cosmetic surgery, and Rebecca clashes with Judge Swackheim, when his capricious decisions during a trial make it impossible for her to defend her client.

Season 3, Episode 22: Do Unto Others

2 May 1999
Eugene represents a popular Rabbi, accused of raping a young woman. While the Rabbi claims the sex was consensual, and part of a game they used to play, Eugene is horrified to discover she wasn't the only woman ever to accuse him of rape.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Marla Sokoloff ... Lucy Hatcher

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole (credit only)

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble (credit only)

Kathryne Dora Brown ... Terri Reynolds

Aunjanue Ellis ... Sharon Young

Steven Gilborn ... A.D.A. Gavin Bullock

George Wyner ... Rabbi Lewis

Ken Lerner ... Rabbi Sam
Wren T. Brown ... Scott

Richard McGonagle ... Judge Patrick Wilcox
Eric George ... Kevin Reynolds (as Eric K. George)

J. August Richards ... Former Boyfriend
Michael Tucker ... Rabbi Richard Jacobs
Michael Sidney ... Court Security Officer
Joie Magidow ... Foreperson
Charlie Hulien ... Bailiff

Matt Kaminsky ... Reporter #1 (as Matthew Kaminski)
Lourdes Regala ... Reporter #2
Keith Davis ... Family Member
David Hayles ... Bailiff #1 (as Dave Hayles)
Rusty McClennon ... Officer #2 (as Rusty McClennen)

Ray Lykins ... Officer #3

Ariane Von Kamp ... Trial Lawyer (uncredited)
Ed Shifres ... Juror (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 23: Happily Ever After

9 May 1999
Working late at the office, Lindsey is attacked and stabbed, identifying her attacker as a nun before passing out. An angry Helen goes into a nun-arresting spree, while a mysterious tape reopens the question of who killed Susan Robin, until the real killer is finally revealed.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Free Dental

27 September 1999
With Lidsay and Bobby's help, Jimmy defends his personal friend, dentist Henry Olson, when he is tried for murdering a woman who was fount dead in his chair. Hostile ADA Richard Bay tries to prove the two were having an affair, when in fact their relationship was a lot more complicated than he could possibly imagine. Meanwhile, decapitator George Vogleman returns, asking for Ellenor's help when his co-op serves him with a eviction notice.

Season 4, Episode 2: Boston Confidential

3 October 1999
When a woman's body is found in her husband's trunk, Hellen immediately arrests him and he confesses. When the search of his car is ruled invalid and he walks free, Bobby makes a shocking discovery about the man's relationship with the arresting officer - but the real shock is in what he does with that information. Meanwhile, Jimmy tries to deal with his discoveries over the Olson trial, but his actions have catastrophic results.

Season 4, Episode 3: Loser's Keepers

10 October 1999
Lindsay is in complete terror when the man who stabbed her begins leaving presents at the office, as she starts to unravel. Rebecca once again clashes with Judge Swackheim over a complicated case of a man who confesses to running over a woman, while Rebecca believes he is being paid to do so by the real driver. After moving in with Hellen, a horrified Ellenor's life is in danger when George finally shows his true colors.

Season 4, Episode 4: Legacy

17 October 1999
A betrayed Ellenor tries to deal with the truth about George Vogleman, as well as her guilt over the role she played in freeing him. Eugene is forced to help the world's worst attorney, Harland Bassett, in a trial that involves more than just a hung jury. Bobby's old friend and mentor, legendary attorney Raymond Oz, returns asking for his help, when his wife tries to declare him incompetent - a trial that ends with tragic results.

Season 4, Episode 5: Oz

24 October 1999
On trial for murdering his wife, an increasingly erratic Raymond Oz insists on representing himself, and Hellen is forced to go to extreme measures in order to try and convict this legendary attorney.

Season 4, Episode 6: Marooned

7 November 1999
Rebecca and Eugene defend a woman charged with killing her mother, trying to convince the jury she did so during a flashback of a horrifying childhood memory. Meanwhile, Lindsay finds the perfect wedding dress, and is mortified to learn that Bobby insists that she wears his dead mother's hideous dress.

Season 4, Episode 7: Victimless Crimes

14 November 1999
Jimmy defends a woman who shot her rapist to death, a job she makes very hard on him by not cooperating with his attempts to save her, refusing to show regret and helplessness on the stand. Meanwhile, Lucy is horrified to discover her dentist, who also happens to be Bobby's cousin, bit her breast while she was unconscious on his chair. She feels even further betrayed when Bobby agrees to represent him, and tries to convince her to settle for money.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Marla Sokoloff ... Lucy Hatcher

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Karina Logue ... Darlene Keating

Bob Bancroft ... Dr. Alan Nettle

Jessalyn Gilsig ... A.D.A. Jennifer

Dorothy Lyman ... Dr. Diane Starger
Cordelia Richards ... Doctor
Charles Walker ... Judge Frankel
Charles Cooper ... Judge Robert Boucher

Michael Dempsey ... Testifying Officer

Evans Johnson ... Jury Foreperson (as Nat Johnson)

Annie Kitral ... Clerk
Vincent Mazella Jr. ... Justin Fitzpatrick (as Vincent Mazzella Jr.)

Joe Towne ... Malcolm Hynes (as Ariel Joseph Towne)

Season 4, Episode 8: Committed

21 November 1999
Lindsay is assigned to represent a psychotic serial killer, now on medication, in a parole hearing, and is forced to deal with her pain and fear over her attack by psychotic client George Vogleman. Eugene is horrified when the body of a man is found in his ex-wife's apartment, and his son is the prime suspect.

Season 4, Episode 9: Bay of Pigs

28 November 1999
Richard and Ellenor go head to head in a trial of a woman who tried to kill her husband, but their anger and antagonism towards each other gets them into a lot of trouble. Jimmy agrees to represent an old girlfriend who sold her eggs on the Internet and is suing a man who now refuses to pay. His old feelings for her are awaken, which forces him to reexamine his his relationship with Judge Kittleson.

Season 4, Episode 10: Day in Court

12 December 1999
In a chaotic and bizarre trial, Bobby represents an old drug dealing client, who is charged with murder after stabbing a man to death seven times. With wacky Judge Swackheim presiding, the trial quickly spins out of control, landing Helen in the hospital, and later, along with Bobby, in a jail cell.

Season 4, Episode 11: Blowing Smoke

9 January 2000
In a personally and racially charged trial, Rebecca defends an old boyfriend, a police officer, who is accused of murder after shooting a man to death in a store, convinced he was about to rob the place. Lindsay sues a cigar company for breaking up a marriage, and reveals her fears about her own relationship with Bobby.

Season 4, Episode 12: New Evidence

30 January 2000
Lindsay arrives at Los Angeles, where a man she once met at an art class begs for her help when he is charged with murdering a woman he was having a virtual affair with over the Internet. Believing he is innocent when nobody else does, Lindsay calls on her friends to come and help her save him.

Season 4, Episode 13: Hammerhead Sharks

6 February 2000
With the evidence, the police, the judge and the odds stacked against them, Lindsay leads Bobby, Ellenor and Jimmy in the defense of Dennis Mills' hopeless murder trial. As the trial continues to go south for the defense, Lindsay uncovers a shocking truth that changes everything.

Season 4, Episode 14: Checkmates

13 February 2000
Helen is called in to question the son of a well-known police detective. Because she uses the father to get the son to confess to a murder, Bobby and Eugene try to have the confession thrown out. Meanwhile, Ellenor represents a slightly intellectually disabled young man accused of murder, and suspects a surprise witness who suddenly comes to his defense might be lying.

Season 4, Episode 15: Race Ipsa Loquitor

20 February 2000
Eugene and Rebecca represent a woman whose husband died during a routine liposuction, and are shocked to see that the defense attorney's strategy is to attack them personally. Meanwhile, Jimmy decides to reopen the Henry Olson case, after he is attacked at prison and requests to be put in solitary for the rest of his life sentence. He turns to a desperate Richard, reeling from a recent chain of defeats, and offers him a questionable deal that goes against everything they ever believed in.

Season 4, Episode 16: Settling

12 March 2000
Bobby is kidnapped and held at gunpoint by Patrick Rooney, a former client who blames him for convincing him to take a deal for a crime he didn't commit. Rooney tries to prove to Bobby he really was innocent, and that it was his inadequate counsel that caused him to lose 12 years of his life.

Season 4, Episode 17: Black Widows

2 April 2000
Bobby and Eugene defend Courtney Hansen, nicknamed by the media "The Black Widow", a woman accused of killing her weak-hearted husband by having sex with him to death. Having lost 2 previous husbands under mysterious circumstances, the ADA tries to prove it is her M.O. to marry sick old men for their money, and then kill them. Meanwhile, Helen tricks a confession out of a traumatized 15 year old girl, accused of killing her unborn baby, and Ellenor argues she is too young to withstand such trickery.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Marla Sokoloff ... Lucy Hatcher

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Linda Hunt ... Judge Zoey Hiller

Paz de la Huerta ... Jenny Holbrook (as Paz De La Huerta)
Mimi Lieber ... D.A. Marcia Scott

James Pickens Jr. ... Detective Mike McKrew

Alex Rocco ... Dr. Melnick

Whip Hubley ... Craig Hansen
David Hart ... Testifying Detective #2

Tara Chocol ... Ms. Holbrook - Jenny's Mother

Victoria Principal ... Courtney Hansen
Charles Cioffi ... Judge Walter Kimball
Fredella Calloway ... Hannah Beets
David Charles ... Reporter #3
David Hirsch ... Reporter #2

Judy Louise Johnson ... Reporter Camilla Berg

Kent Klineman ... Dr. Bill Babylon
Joseph Menza ... Detective Peter Korn

Alysia Reiner ... Reporter #4
Todd Roosevelt ... Clerk

David Hirsch ... Reporter #2 (uncredited)

Brad Everett Young ... Juror #12 (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: Death Penalties

9 April 2000
Bobby and Helen once again go head to head in an assisted suicide case, each with their own past experiences involving the matter. Noticing Bobby's unresolved feelings about his part in his mother's death, Lindsay turns to his father for help. Ellenor goes to Pennsylvania to help a man on death-row get a DNA test that might exonerate him, which proves to be a lot harder than it sounds.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Marla Sokoloff ... Lucy Hatcher

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Caroline Kava ... Mary Donovan

Robert Curtis Brown ... Scott Simpson

John Hawkes ... Stuart Donovan
David Moreland ... A.D.A. Platt

Debra Mooney ... Judge P. Spindle
George Wallace ... Judge Andrew Wood (as George D. Wallace)
Wanda-Lee Evans ... Mrs. Raymonds - Hospice Worker

Lance E. Nichols ... Evidence Room Officer

Charles Durning ... Stephen Donnell

Sam Catlin ... Kevin Houle
Jillian Crane ... Linda Papp

Cody Kasch ... Scott Simpson Jr.
Dylan Kasch ... Sammy Simpson

Faran Tahir ... Dr. Michael Shields

Sara Van Horn ... Aunt Laurie
Richard Voigts ... Jury Foreman

Season 4, Episode 19: Till Death Do Us Part

30 April 2000
Rebecca represents an elderly woman with Alzheimer's, recently remarried, whose daughter is trying to have the marriage annulled. But the woman's testimony in the hearing opens up a big can of worms concerning the truth about the death of her first husband. Meanwhile, Ellenor goes to a higher court in another attempt to get a DNA test in the case of Stuart Donovan, whose execution is only two weeks away.

Season 4, Episode 20: Liberty Bells

7 May 2000
With their petition for a DNA test denied once again, Ellenor and the others must come up with a new idea to exonerate Stuart Donovan and keep him from being executed for a crime he didn't commit. But even after a test reveals the sample from the crime scene doesn't match Donovan, Ellenor is shocked to discover the DA still refuses to cancel his execution. In a last ditch effort, the team goes before Judge Wood, desperate to make him see beyond the technicality of the law, and save Stuart Donovan's life.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell (credit only)

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington (credit only)

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Marla Sokoloff ... Lucy Hatcher

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole (credit only)

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble (credit only)

John Hawkes ... Stuart Donovan

Gregory Itzin ... Michael Stanfield

Caroline Kava ... Mary Donovan
David Moreland ... A.D.A. Platt

Leon Russom ... Brian Kerns
George Wallace ... Judge Andrew Wood (as George D. Wallace)

Carol Locatell ... Erica Mathers
Nick Ullett ... Justice Silk

Mary Anne McGarry ... Federal Judge Graham
Joe J. Garcia ... Joe Bullock
Dennis Neal ... Justice Morris
James Newman ... Coroner Mitchell Falk

Elliott Grey ... Operations Officer
Robert Glessner ... Technician

Jennifer Badger ... College Activist (uncredited)

Brett Rickaby ... Earl Taylor (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 21: Honorable Man

14 May 2000
Eugene is assigned a horrifying case of a man accused of killing a woman and then raping her lifeless corpse. Getting more and more angry, Eugene must come to terms with the reality of his job and the effect it has on his personal life. Meanwhile, Jimmy defends an old friend of his, being sued by a former employee for violating his privacy and announcing to the entire company that he has AIDS. However, as the trial progresses, Jimmy realizes he had hidden reasons for doing so.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Marla Sokoloff ... Lucy Hatcher

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble
Tom La Grua ... Peter Hines (as Tom LaGrua)
Alan Davidson ... Alex Dickson

Keith Sellon-Wright ... Attorney Berry

Jim Pirri ... Wayne Mayfield

Steph DuVall ... Billy Vicks (as Stephan DuVall)

Ryan Cutrona ... Pathologist Dr. Fine
Charles Walker ... Judge Stroud

Holland Taylor ... Judge Roberta Kittleson
Lisa Erickson ... Foreperson

Jodi Harris ... Lisa Jolie
Stu Levin ... Foreman
Rusty McClennon ... Court Security

Ash Roeca ... Officer Mark Fryerson (as Ashley Roeca)
Eileen Weisinger ... On-Air Reporter

Season 4, Episode 22: Life Sentence

21 May 2000
In a difficult and emotional trial, Jimmy and Ellenor represent a deaf woman, charged with killing the man who raped and murdered her 7 year old daughter. Meanwhile, Lindsay and Bobby continue to quarrel over wedding plans, and Lindsay decides to surprise him with an elopement.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Marla Sokoloff ... Lucy Hatcher

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble

Linda Hunt ... Judge Zoey Hiller

Jason Kravits ... A.D.A. Richard Bay

Nick Jameson ... Dr. Thibodeau

John Doman ... Officer Finlay
Alyson Croft ... Marriage License Clerk

Evan Mirand ... News Cameraman (as Evan H. Mirand)
Arlene Malinowski ... Sign Language Interpreter

Robert Prosky ... Father Patrick

Marlee Matlin ... Sally Berg
Marla Frees ... Reporter Sheila McCrae

Dale Gibson ... Officer #2

Jeff Ramsey ... Michael Whittier
Von L. Roddy ... Officer #1 (as Von Roddy)

Paul Schackman ... Dr. Lanning
Kira Tirimacco ... Jury Foreperson

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Summary Judgments

8 October 2000
Bobby is called to defend his close friend, Scott Wallace, who is accused of killing his wife, and becomes overly involved in the case. Helen is concerned Richard has crossed the line in the case, when a witness coached by him lies on the stand.

Season 5, Episode 2: Germ Warfare

15 October 2000
Ellenor and Lindsay represent parents against the EPA, when their children are all diagnosed with cancer from a chemically treated playground. But no matter how tough the case is to prove to the jury, the real threat comes from the judge. Meanwhile, Bobby tries to get the Wallace verdict overturned, and Helen struggles with what she knows about the star witness for the prosecution.

Season 5, Episode 3: Officers of the Court

22 October 2000
An enraged Ellenor decides to go after Judge Aldrich for his behavior during the Jamison trial, no matter the consequences for her or the firm. Jimmy is faced with an ethical dilemma when the best thing for his drug addicted client might not be the best thing for her unborn child. Meanwhile, Helen's coworkers give her the cold shoulder, thanks to her decision to come clean about Richard's behavior during the Wallace trial.

Season 5, Episode 4: Appeal and Denial

29 October 2000
Desperately trying to overturn Scott Wallace's verdict, Bobby goes for a hearing to prove Kyle Barrett lied on the stand. Helen tries a man who assaulted his wife, when the woman changes her mind and testifies for her husband. Lucy outs Bobby and Lindsay as being pregnant, but it turns out they're not the only ones.

Season 5, Episode 5: We Hold These Truths...

5 November 2000
Defending a young man accused of drug use, Jimmy faces an ego-maniacal judge, who determines punishment according to his mood. Eugene goes up against Helen in a trial where attacking a closeted policeman is the only way to win. Meanwhile, Bobby prepares for Scott Wallace's retrial by trying to convince Judge Hiller not to allow the damaging video tape into evidence.

Season 5, Episode 6: Show and Tell

12 November 2000
Bobby takes on Richard Bay in the long anticipated Wallace retrial. With the video tape being admitted, Bobby has no choice but to put an increasingly erratic Scott Wallace on the stand. The entire episode is shown through the eyes of a news crew, making a documentary about the trial.

Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell

Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti

LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington

Steve Harris ... Eugene Young

Jason Kravits ... A.D.A. Richard Bay

Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt

Marla Sokoloff ... Lucy Hatcher

Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole

Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble (voice)

Linda Hunt ... Judge Zoey Hiller

Zach Grenier ... Detective R. Larson
John Bellucci ... Documentary Interviewer

Peter Michael Goetz ... Dr. Dennis Murphy

Christine Healy ... Psychologist Cindy Keller
Tim Lounibos ... Dr. Michael Wang
Charley J. Garrett ... Dr. Jeffrey Weinberg (as Charley Garrett)
Allan Royal ... Dr. Bernard White

Michael Spound ... Michael Berenson

Bruce Davison ... Scott Wallace
Marjorie Harris ... Corridor Reporter #1

Paul Richard Kessler ... Corridor Reporter #2

John Marrott ... Corrodor Reporter #3

Patrick O'Connor ... Jury Foreman (as Patrick William O'Connor)
John Towey ... Dr. Christian Boogle (scenes deleted)

Gary Sievers ... Documentary Camera Operator (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: Brothers' Keepers

19 November 2000
In an extremely controversial trial, Helen prosecutes a Pakistani man who sent his adulterous wife to Pakistan to be murdered by his brother in an honor killing. Eugene once again comes to the aid of incompetent attorney Harland Bassett when his niece is accused of shoplifting. Ellenor announces her pregnancy, and is disappointed by everyone's reaction.