ALAN SHORE SUES THE UNITED STATES ON BEHALF OF A CLIENT WHO WAS TORTURED
AT A DETENTION CAMP, AND JERRY ESPENSON ASKS SHIRLEY SCHMIDT TO LET HIM
RETURN TO THE FIRM, ON ABC'S "BOSTON LEGAL"
Gail O'Grady and Bernadette Peters Guest Star
"Guantanamo by the Bay" � Alan Shore sues the United States on behalf of a client who was tortured for two years at a detention camp. Meanwhile, Jerry Espenson begs Shirley Schmidt to let him have his job back at the firm -- despite the fact that he'd once tried to kill her -- and Claire defends a lawyer who committed a sexual assault after hearing a prank radio program proclaiming the world was coming to an end, on "Boston Legal," TUESDAY, MAY 8 (10:01-11:00 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, 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, Bernadette Peters as Judge Marianna Folger, Meredith Eaton-Gilden as Bethany Horowitz, Mitch Pilleggi as U.S. Attorney Mark Freestone, TJ Ramini as Benyam Kallah, Leon Russell as Colonel George Hegarty, Ron Canada as Judge Willard Reese, Patrick Renna as Warren Peters, Angela Goethals as Officer Ellen Belott and Peter Jacobson as D.A. Randy Golden.
"Guantanamo by the Bay" was written by David E. Kelley & Andrew Kreisberg and directed by Jim Bagdonas.
"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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