Boston Legal: Season 4, Episode 3

The Chicken and the Leg (9 Oct. 2007)

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Carl and Denny bet on the outcome of their cockfighting case, a teenager with AIDS sues her school for only teaching abstinence, and Jerry begins to have romantic feelings for his new colleague.


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Episode credited cast:
Clarence / Clarice Bell (credit only)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Detective Walter McKay
Deena Rice
Attorney Cynthia Rhodes
Evan Holt


Alan agrees to go after a local school district for only preaching abstinence as the only safe-sex alternative. Jerry agrees to go after a therapist after one of his clients commits suicide. Carl wagers with Denny on what seems to be an unbeatable case. Written by Moviedude1

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