ALAN SHORE GOES UP AGAINST JERRY ESPENSON WHEN A DEPARTMENT STORE IS
ACCUSED OF SELLING RACY DOLLS TO CHILDREN, DENNY CRANE'S POLITICALLY
INCORRECT STATEMENT TO AN AFRICAN-AMERICAN JOB APPLICANT COULD COST
HIM HIS JOB, AND DENISE BEGINS TO RE-THINK HER FUTURE WITH BRAD,
ON ABC'S "BOSTON LEGAL"
"Guise 'n Dolls" � Alan Shore finds himself pitted against old friend Jerry Espenson in a case of a woman suing a department store for selling "pornographic" dolls to kids. Meanwhile, Shirley Schmidt and Paul Lewiston must decide the fate of Denny Crane after he makes a politically incorrect statement to an African-American under consideration for employment at the firm, and a colleague's valued opinion causes Denise Bauer to re-think her future with Brad, on "Boston Legal," TUESDAY, APRIL 24 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
Editors note: This episode was scheduled to air on 4/17 but was replaced by a special edition of "Primetime" on the Virginia Tech shootings. It now replaces the episode entitled "Angel of Death."
"Boston Legal" stars James Spader as Alan Shore, Julie Bowen as Denise Bauer, Mark Valley as Brad Chase, Rene Auberjonois as Paul Lewiston, Constance Zimmer as Claire Simms and Gary Anthony Williams as Clarence/Clarice Bell, with Candice Bergen as Shirley Schmidt and William Shatner as Denny Crane.
Guest starring are Christian Clemenson as Jerry Espenson, Gail O'Grady as Judge Gloria Weldon, Jaleel White as Kevin Givens, Kate Hodge as Kaye Kent, Michael Bofshever as Charles Costello and Jim Jansen as Marshall Kennedy.
"Guise 'n Dolls" was written by Sanford Golden & Karen Wyscarver & David E. Kelley and directed by John Terlesky.
"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.
This program carries a TV-14,D parental guideline.