Boston Legal: Season 2, Episode 4

A Whiff and a Prayer (18 Oct. 2005)

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Denny helps defending a congressman, who didn't keep his campaign promises. Alan defends Catherine Piper for murdering Bernhard. Sara is given an ultimatum by the priest she and Garrett blackmailed.

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Denny helps defending a congressman, who didn't keep his campaign promises. Alan defends Catherine Piper for murdering Bernhard. Sara is given an ultimatum by the priest she and Garrett blackmailed.

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The music (whistled) that closes out this episode is the theme from The Andy Griffith Show (1960). The connection being that that show opened with Andy Taylor (Griffith) and his son Opie (Ron Howard) walking toward their fishing hole. See more »

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Alan Shore is finalizing the Catherine Piper murder case with closing arguments to the jury. He's walking back and forth in front of the jury. When the camera suddenly cuts to a sitting Catherine Piper, he's also seen sitting next to her, listening to whoever is speaking, in this case, HIMSELF! See more »

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Denny Crane: When God strips you of your talent, he should at least have the decency to strip away the memory of having had it.
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References The Andy Griffith Show (1960) See more »

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