The Practice (1997–2004)
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Eugene and Rebecca represent a woman whose husband died during a routine liposuction, and are shocked to see that the defense attorney's strategy is to attack them personally. Meanwhile, ... See full summary »

Director:

Alex Graves

Writers:

David E. Kelley (created by), David E. Kelley

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dylan McDermott ... Bobby Donnell
Michael Badalucco ... Jimmy Berluti
LisaGay Hamilton ... Rebecca Washington
Steve Harris ... Eugene Young
Camryn Manheim ... Ellenor Frutt
Marla Sokoloff ... Lucy Hatcher
Kelli Williams ... Lindsay Dole
Lara Flynn Boyle ... Helen Gamble
Henry Winkler ... Dr. Henry Olson
Ken Howard ... Defense Atty. Bradford
Jason Kravits ... Richard Bay
John Cassini ... Clyde Miller
Ted Shackelford ... Dr. Stiles
Brooks Almy Brooks Almy ... Julie Riley
Robert David Hall ... Judge Bradley Michaelson
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Storyline

Eugene and Rebecca represent a woman whose husband died during a routine liposuction, and are shocked to see that the defense attorney's strategy is to attack them personally. Meanwhile, Jimmy decides to reopen the Henry Olson case, after he is attacked at prison and requests to be put in solitary for the rest of his life sentence. He turns to a desperate Richard, reeling from a recent chain of defeats, and offers him a questionable deal that goes against everything they ever believed in. Written by aremid63

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Language:

English

Release Date:

20 February 2000 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

From Happy Days, Henry Winkler as Dr. Henry Olson was the first to pass the polygraph, Assistant D.A. Richard Bay was asked Judge Kimball to grant...a full free and absolute pardon on Henry Olson, he became a free man, the conviction set aside for a crime he didn't commit for the murder of woman, killed by Steven Olson and committed suicide by hanging, he was replace by Clyde Miller for killing a Jewish rabbi, that's murder two. Since L.A. Law, Carl Lumbly as Earl Williams for a crime he didn't murder Nina Corry. He was granted a full pardon by Judge Roberta Harbin. See more »

Quotes

[Jimmy went into Bobby's office, find out, and he knew there was something what wrong with Jimmy]
Bobby Donnell: You served up Miller to get Henry out?
Jimmy Berluti: I made independent deals.
Bobby Donnell: Don't screw with me, Jimmy.
Jimmy Berluti: I made separate deals for two...
Bobby Donnell: You don't just cop to Murder Two.
Jimmy Berluti: Judgment call, and don't tell me you've never done it.
Bobby Donnell: You could get disbarred!
Jimmy Berluti: I know you've done it.
Bobby Donnell: I'm talking here!
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