Ally McBeal (1997–2002)
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The Promise 

Ally agrees to help defend a friend of Whipper's who is being charged with solicitation. Serving second chair to John Cage on the case proves to be a strange and unusual experience when his... See full summary »

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Georgia Thomas
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Richard Fish
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Renee Raddick
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Elaine Vassal
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Billy Thomas
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Harry Pippen
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Angela Tharpe
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Sandra Winchell
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Vonda Shepard
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Judge Herbert Spitt
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Judge Allen Stephenson
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Dr. Carpenter
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John Cage
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The Girl
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Ally agrees to help defend a friend of Whipper's who is being charged with solicitation. Serving second chair to John Cage on the case proves to be a strange and unusual experience when his idiosyncrasies become increasingly difficult to ignore. To top it all off, an obese attorney on a different case passes out in courtroom hallway and Ally has to give him mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Written by skillwithaquill

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27 October 1997 (USA)  »

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Ally McBeal: I just got this piano. And sometimes I sing the song called "Goodnight my someone". And it's about... Basically it's a love song to somebody that you've never met but you know is out there. And I know, I mean, we make so few promises to ourselves as we grow up and one of these is that we walk down the aisle with somebody we love, somebody who does make your heart bounce, I guess. And there are some promises that I think we just have to keep.
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Goodnight My Someone
Written by Meredith Willson
Performed by Calista Flockhart, Lisa Nicole Carson and Vonda Shepard
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