Boston Legal: Season 4, Episode 8

Oral Contracts (4 Dec. 2007)

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Alan defends Denny after he is charged with soliciting gay sex in a bathroom stall. Shirley defends a shock jock in a First Amendment case, and Katie begins investigating Lorraine's background.

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Alan defends Denny after he is charged with soliciting gay sex in a bathroom stall. Shirley defends a shock jock in a First Amendment case, and Katie begins investigating Lorraine's background.

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At the beginning of this show, Denny is arrested for allegedly soliciting gay sex in the men's room. As he flips open his cell phone to make a phone call to Alan, the phone makes a 'Star Trek' communicator chirping sound. See more »

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During Alan Shore's statement while he's standing in court, his now-empty chair next to Denny can be seen to change angles/positions and then change back several times throughout the scene. See more »

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Alan Shore: We're actually sitting in a court room, wasting tax dollars, because my client had gas. He was constipated, he went to remedy his problem, in a bathroom, imagine that, where low and behold, three undercover police officers were lurking, waiting, to interpret a tapping foot as a call for gay sex. Now, maybe Larry Craig deserved his fate, thrown in front of the very bus he helped to build, but Denny Crane doesn't deserve this, all he was trying to do was take a crap.
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