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Boston Legal Season 1-5 Complete Collection
1.) Description (Editorial Reviews)
Everyone deserves his or her day in court. In fact, some people deserve more than one. Take the attorneys of Crane Poole & Schmidt, whose unquestionable legal brilliance is matched only by the outrageous instability of their personal lives. It’s a chaotic world where sexual harassment, extortion, kidnapping and attempted murder all comes with the territory… and those are just the attorneys!Not Rated.Released by Fox.
2.) Special Features
Please rise for the end of pure legal chaos at the law firm of Crane Poole & Schmidt, as Boston Legal - Season 5 (2008) rests its case with the final season on DVD. This final installment of the show that put a facetiously refreshing spin on the legal drama genre tackles controversial judicial and personal issues without objection in these 13 episodes, including the 2008 presidential election, Mad Cow disease, gay marriage rights, and health regulations for an unapproved Alzheimer's drug. Headlining the outstanding ensemble cast are James Spader and William Shatner, starring in their respective Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning roles as Alan Shore and Denny Crane, two unlikely kindred spirits among the brigade of high-priced litigators at Crane Poole & Schmidt. Matching forces in her Emmy-nominated role is Candice Bergen playing the vigilant founding partner Shirley Schmidt, along with four-time Emmy winner and former TV lawyer John Larroquette as Carl Sack. This final round of drinks and cigars includes appearances from previous seasons' guest stars, including Rene Auberjonois and Betty White, as well as new clients including William Daniels, Roma Maffia, Jane Lynch, Brenda Strong, and Ming-Na.
1.)When it comes down to it, has there ever been a television series as witty, as thoughtful, as smart and as engaging as 'Boston Legal'? Years ago, a very close friend with whom I work, would regale me with detailed descriptions of a show starring Bill Shatner. Weekly I would hear about the trials and exploits of Denny Crane and Alan Shore, but I never quite took the time to watch it. But then, on a fateful night staying at a relative's home in Huntington, Long Island with little to do, I happened upon an episode of 'Boston Legal' on TV.
2.) Let me be clear, from that very moment in time, I was in. Game over. David Kelley's (at the time) latest creation had me in its clutches. It was witty, it was brilliant, it was sad, it was poignant and of course starring Shatner and Spader, it was quirky, yet perfect. The show - and its characters - came to mean so much to me that when going through a difficult time two years ago, I picked up the complete set (on DVD because it wasn't available on the iTunes store). Denny and Alan didn't fix my problems, but they gave me a hopeful respite when everything else around me seemed destined to disappoint.
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