Boston Legal: Season 2, Episode 17

...There's Fire! (28 Feb. 2006)

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Denny is caught with another woman on his wedding day, putting the firm in jeopardy and Alan fights a wrongful termination.

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Denny is caught with another woman on his wedding day, putting the firm in jeopardy and Alan fights a wrongful termination.

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In the episode ". . . There's Fire," Denny Crane (William Shatner) is discussing moving to Hawaii with his new bride. He says, "What am I supposed to do? Beam myself to Boston every day?" This is a tongue-in-cheek reference to Shatner's well-known role as "Star Trek"'s Captain Kirk, who was often "beamed" from starship to planet and back again. See more »

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Denny Crane: You know, the best part of my marriages has always been the first day.
Alan Shore: Just married. Grand thing. But for me there was nothing more devastatingly lonely than being married for a while.
Denny Crane: You never talk about your wife. What was she like?
Alan Shore: She had all the most delectable qualities one could hope for. Creativity, desire, zealotry, a gorgeous clavicle, healthy lack of inhibition.
Denny Crane: Sounds spectacular. What happened?
Alan Shore: She began to know me too well, and I began to hate her for it. Even when I was ...
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