ALAN SHORE EXPERIENCES A HORRIFYING CONDITION WHICH CAUSES HIM
TO SPEAK UNINTELLIGIBLE GIBBERISH, DENISE BAUER DEFENDS A POLYGAMIST
WHOSE WIVES BELIEVE IN THEIR HUSBAND�S ACTIONS, AND BRAD CHASE
DEFENDS A COLLEGE BUDDY�S VIDEO GAME COMPANY WHEN A BOY DIES
AFTER PLAYING ONE OF THEIR GAMES, ON ABC�S �BOSTON LEGAL�
�Word Salad Days� � It�s a rough day in court for Alan Shore when he experiences an inexplicable case of �word salad� � a horrifying condition that causes him to speak unintelligible gibberish. To ease Shore�s anxiety, Denny Crane recommends that they enjoy a day at the spa. Meanwhile, Denise Bauer defends a polygamist whose wives believe their husband has done nothing wrong and are willing to fight for their beliefs. And Brad Chase defends his college buddy�s video game company, which is being sued by the mother of a boy who died after playing one of their games for two days straight, on �Boston Legal,� TUESDAY, MARCH 28 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
Boston Legal� stars James Spader as Alan Shore, Julie Bowen as Denise Bauer, Mark Valley as Brad Chase, Rene Auberjonois as Paul Lewiston, with Candice Bergen as Shirley Schmidt and William Shatner as Denny Crane.
Guest starring are Steven Eckholdt as A.D.A. Richard Kelton, Christopher Carroll as Judge Stephen Bickel, Joel Polis as Attorney Eric Yavitch, Jesse D. Goins as Dr. Anyar Marks, Tessa Auberjonois as Evette, Margaret Welsh as Alena, Craig Anton as Ray Richardson, Adrian LaTourelle as Chris Mott, Romy Rosemont as Stephanie Beller, Kelly Connell as Attorney John Hoberg, Francesca P. Roberts as Judge Jamie Atkinson, Ken Land as Dr. Samuel Williams, Ron Canada as Judge Willard Reese, Jennifer Parsons as Dr. Reesa Klaywig, Mark Knudsen as waiter, Aja Evans as Jessica, Marty Ryan as jury foreman and Alyss Henderson as pedicurist.
�Word Salad Days� was written by Michael Reisz & Sanford Golden & Karen Wyscarver and directed by Jeannot Szwarc.
��Boston Legal� is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC�s selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound and Spanish subtitles via secondary closed captioning.
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