Paul announces that he needs to take some time off. And while most of the staff are concerned if they can go without Paul, Denny gives him Paul his blessing. So while everyone tries to do ... See full summary »

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Paul announces that he needs to take some time off. And while most of the staff are concerned if they can go without Paul, Denny gives him Paul his blessing. So while everyone tries to do Paul's job, the firm suffers. Shirley finds herself working with her ex Ivan on a case and while working together, Ivan tries to woo her. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Denny Crane: So, you and Shirley. Gives us something in common.
Ivan Tiggs: Hell of a woman!
Denny Crane: Gives us something else in common.
Ivan Tiggs: What's that?
Denny Crane: We're both leading men. We're like stars of our own show; only the star doesn't have *one* leading lady. Oh, sure. Sometimes at the end of an episode... looks like he's settling down with someone, but next week, she's not there, it's somebody else. It's a way of holding up viewer interest.
Ivan Tiggs: You're a strange man, Denny
Denny Crane: A strange leading man.
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22 June 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I thought that this episode was one of the best...

It shows how life can change with the introduction of family commitments...

I also like that Tom Seleck was in this episode again... I have always liked him as an actor and have missed seeing him on T.V. since he was in Friends...

I don't like Betty White and was shocked that she was back... However the storyline that she is in this week was great...

The storyline of the Victorian Erotica being fought over was very good... I will be looking on the web for some further information

James Spader is the best in this episode... He shows again that he can and is the reason for watching the show... James Spaders' fight for the unfairly treated is the best reason for watching Boston Legal...

William Shatner is the other reason for watching B.L... Denny is getting back to what he once was... This reason I will continue to watch B.L...

The drinks and reflection at the end of the episode was great... I was happy that Alan Shore was not happy with having Donald Wharton attacked for what he was doing to Adele Freeman and every other Ward that he had had in the past...

Finally, I feel that Boston Legal is the funniest Legal show that has been on television...


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