It's Ally's thirtieth birthday, and Elaine wants to throw a party at the bar with everybody singing for her; bad singing voices and cat-fights ensue. Meanwhile John and Mark are defending a... See full summary »

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Ally McBeal
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Georgia Thomas (credit only)
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Richard Fish
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Renee Raddick
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Elaine Vassal
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Vonda Shepard (voice)
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Nelle Porter
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Ling Woo
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John Cage
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Billy Thomas
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Mark Albert (as James LeGros)
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Judge Seymore Walsh
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Lisa Knowles
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Reverend Mark Newman
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Dr. Myron Okubo
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It's Ally's thirtieth birthday, and Elaine wants to throw a party at the bar with everybody singing for her; bad singing voices and cat-fights ensue. Meanwhile John and Mark are defending a woman charged with murdering her husband with her breasts but John gets very flustered when she flaunts her murder weapons in his face. In Ally's search for curing her loneliness, plastic surgery doesn't work, and turning to the church to see if God is single doesn't work, but John's surprise birthday present to her just might do the trick. Written by napierslogs

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1 May 2000 (USA)  »

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After The Lovin
Written by Ritchie Adams (uncredited) and Alan Bernstein (uncredited)
Performed by James Le Gros
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