Ethically-challenged attorney Alan Shore, formerly of Young, Frutt & Berluti, settles in at a wealthy and powerful firm focusing on civil cases. With some help from his friend and mentor, veteran attorney Denny Crane, Shore quickly makes his mark winning cases no one would take, often using less than honest methods. In doing so, he develops a rival in his colleague Brad Chase, who has been assigned to the office partly to keep an eye on the increasingly eccentric (and possibly senile) Denny Crane. Though his questionable conduct might make him a few enemies along the way, Alan's not one to be underestimated, nor will he let trivial things like honesty or integrity get in the way of winning a case. Written by
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the courtroom.
Did You Know?
Regular cast members William Shatner Rene Auberjonois
, and John Larroquette
have all appeared in the Star Trek franchise. A number of other former Star Trek cast members have guest-starred in the show: Armin Shimerman
, Jeri Ryan
, Ethan Phillips
, Michelle Forbes
, Scott Bakula
, and Lee Duncan
. Lesser 'speaking' roles were held by Ellen Bry
, David Clennon
, Michael Wiseman
, Ron Ostrow
, Alan Ruck
and Lawrence Pressman
. See more
Throughout the series, Alan Shore and Denny Crane sit on the balcony overlooking the city of Boston. However, during the cold winter months, you never see the breath of either character, thus demonstrating that the "balcony" is part of a set, and not an actual location. See more
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My employer found out, and, yes, I got fired. They asked me a lot of questions, like whether I'm gay.
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