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Patriot Acts 

The town of Concord wishes to secede from the United States, and Alan and Denny act as opposing counsel in the case--a case that could cost them their friendship because their opposing views on patriotism and dissent.

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... Alan Shore
... Carl Sack
... Jerry Espenson
... Clarence Bell
... Katie Lloyd
... Lorraine Weller
... Whitney Rome
... Shirley Schmidt
... Denny Crane
... Judge Clark Brown
... A.A.G. Norman Wood
... Mayor Thomas Steinbrenner
... General Robert Seagram
... Judge Harvey Cooper
Ted Garcia ... Reporter
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Alan and Denny jump for joy when they find out they've both been accepted as members of the Auxillary Coast Guard, but neither are very comforted when they end up on opposites sides of an issue where a town in the Commonwealth wishes to secede from the Union. Written by Moviedude1

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21 May 2008 (USA)  »

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The Patriot Acts were passed by the United States' Congress after the 9/11 events and many of the acts have been voided since because they went too far violating the rights of American citizens and visiting citizens from other countries. See more »

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Alan Shore: [Denny and Carl enter the courtroom] You must be joking
A.A.G. Norman Wood: Commonwealth has waived conflict
Judge Clark Brown: Wait a sec. The same firm for both sides?
Denny Crane: Saves on guest casting
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