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Courtney Reese
Marlene Stanger
Judge Simon Devon
Beth Guttman
Hannah Guttman
Candy Springtime


Alan and Denny are still in Los Angeles defending a celebrity who assaulted a paparazzo who's pursuing her. Brad tries to work out a plea deal for his niece which would give her probation but the judge for some reason decides to throw the book at her which means she's going to jail. He learns that Shirley knows the judge who tries to convince to honor the plea agreement. And Denise's war with Marlene is reaching the breaking point. Written by

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16 May 2006 (USA)  »

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Denny Crane: Shirley. This is a sweeps episode.
Shirley Schmidt: I'm not kissing you.
Denny Crane: Shirley! I'm in my seventies. I'm still a physical specimen, but you never know. What if I drop dead one day? You never got that last tonsil brushing.
Shirley Schmidt: You always present the most ethically challenging what-ifers.
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Controversial Case involving Celebrity
6 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

*May contain spoilers on the episode, read at your own risk* I thought this was one of the best cases on Boston Legal. Today, you can't perform simple everyday tasks like driving to the store without hearing about some celebrity on the radio or watching TV at home without hearing about celebrities on TV. Like Alan Shore said "We ... cultivate a public obsession for them. It is totally and utterly out of control." I thought this case was great b/c it brought up all the major points that surround celebrity cases like that of Courtney Reese in this episode. The two main ones being: 'Was her fear reasonable, and if it was, were her actions?' and 'If acquitted, are we making a new set of laws that only apply to celebrities?' I began watching her trial believing Courtney Reese, but as the prosecution began to explain why she should be convicted, I began to ride the fence. But, like he always does, Alan got his point across explaining that Courtney Reese did not react like a normal person would, because she is a celebrity, and the life of a celebrity is not normal, because even though she may get away with things, because of her celebrity, she lives in a world of fear and distrust. Celebrities must always be on alert b/c their chances of recognition are much higher and their are people who could cause them harm. In a way, I still believe that it's silly for celebrities to blame the paparazzi (like Britney Spears did, saying she didn't put Sean in his baby seat b/c of the paparazzi), but we can't forget the tragedy and destruction the paparazzi cause in the lives of celebrities.

And as always, Denny made me crack up being (as my brother said) "booty-blinded" by Courtney Reese and hitting on her whenever she was in the same room with him...

9 out of 10 stars for me... *********

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