Alan defends his ex-girlfriend Renata when she is accused of murdering her groom-to-be. And when the case starts going badly, she drops a personal bombshell in her defense that not even Alan knows about.

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Alan defends his ex-girlfriend Renata when she is accused of murdering her groom-to-be. And when the case starts going badly, she drops a personal bombshell in her defense that not even Alan knows about.

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James starred in the movie Speaking of Sex from 2001 alongside Megan Mullally, who guest stars in this episode of Boston Legal. They were a former married couple in the movie. See more »

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An Homage To Perry Mason & The Defenders
25 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

All episodes of Boston Legal tend to have 2 story lines or more. In the case of this one, the Denny Crane one is a little weak. Ah, but the bloody bride is one to savor. This is a rare treatment of covering 2 elements from 2 different law series.

The bloody bride running through the court house and the evidence of the murder being circumstantial for Shore's client works very much like a Perry Mason plot. Shore even employs some Mason theatrics in the courtroom quite effectively. The comes the Defenders twist, Shores client is guilty. This comes as a surprise in this episode because it is made to look all the way through it that she isn't. One of the marks of excellence in the EG Marshall series was that often the viewer would find out the client is guilty.

I won't spoil how Shore makes out with the case except to say that for once, this series, like the Defenders, does not let the client get away without punishment.


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