McCoy takes on gay marriage at the state Supreme Court when a man refuses to testify in a case involving the death of the governor of Connecticut's wife, because he says that he is married to the defendant.

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Connecticut Governor Michael Riordan
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McCoy takes on gay marriage at the state Supreme Court when a man refuses to testify in a case involving the death of the governor of Connecticut's wife, because he says that he is married to the defendant.

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This episode is "ripped from the headlines" of the scandalous resignation of New Jersey Governor James E. McGreevey, as well as a scandal involving Connecticut Governor John Rowland. See more »

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Richard Kaplan: This is a waste of my valuable time. I'm gonna have my lawyers make a complaint to the chief of police.
Detective Joe Fontana: Hey, how come you rich guys always have to have your lawyers do your talking for you?
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Politically Correct
29 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Very well played out! Touchy subject to begin with, but was well portrayed and done "politically" correct. In our "closed eye" world, it's hard to face challenges that occur right in front of us. One reason I love this show. They're not afraid to take Political issues as well as touchy subjects in today's society and run with it. This "subject" was seen all over the news when it was first talked about, and now nothing. The only comments you see are on Saturday Night Live, which is another show not afraid to wade the waters of television. Very nicely done and still was able to get the point across and do it in such a way that no one was offended, should they be in the first place. My view, I don't really care if anyone would be, it happened. It's life. And people are human. Kudos to Jeremy Webb. I have to say he was fantastic for such a hard politically-viewed role. Risky one at that, and you did great! Can't wait to see the next new one! Looking forward to it.

Take care. Angela Conklin-Towner Ithaca, New York


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