LORI FACES A LEGAL - AND MORAL - DILEMMA WHEN DEFENDING A MAN
WHO WAS SHOT WHILE COMMITTING A CRIME, ON ABC'S "BOSTON LEGAL"
"Questionable Characters" - Lori takes the case of Michael Shea, her former informant when she was an A.D.A., who was shot while robbing a convenience store. She faces a legal and moral dilemma when she argues that the bullet not be removed - despite the fact that this could endanger his life - on the grounds that it could incriminate him. Meanwhile, Shore takes the case of Walter Mack, a man accused of being a slum lord, and is irate when the judge decides to get creative in his sentencing, on "Boston Legal," SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
"Boston Legal" stars James Spader as Alan Shore, Monica Potter as Lori Colson, Mark Valley as Brad Chase, Rhona Mitra as Tara Wilson, Lake Bell as Sally Heep, and William Shatner as Denny Crane.
Guest-starring in "Questionable Characters" are Rene Auberjonois as Lewiston, Henry Gibson as Judge Clark Brown, Willie Carpenter as Walter Mack, Bruno Campos as A.D.A. Mark Wills, Jon Bernthal as Michael Shea, Nike Doukas as A.D.A. Allison Hayes, Nancy Stephens as Judge Wilcox, Scott Alan Smith as Dr. Randall, Shawn Michael Patrick as Dr. Kodash, Marshall Manesh as George Keene, Hildy Brooks as Chairwoman Nora Lang, Sue Ozeran as Esther Brown, Laura Henry as clerk, James Howell as police officer, Rebecca Lin as receptionist, Nigel Gibbs as court officer, Reggie De Morton as tenant no. 1, Roberto Montesinos as tenant no. 2, Diane Sellers as tenant no. 3 and Gregor Manns as tenant no. 4.
"Questionable Characters" was written by Lukas Reiter and directed by Mel Damski.
"Boston Legal" is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound.
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