ALAN SHORE DEFENDS DENNY CRANE IN COURT FOR FIRING AN ASSOCIATE
FOR BEING FAT, AND WHITNEY ROME AND KATIE LLOYD TAKE ON A CASE WHERE AN
MRI WILL BE USED TO PROVE THAT THEIR CLIENT IS RACIST, ON ABC'S "BOSTON LEGAL"
"Attack of the Xenophobes" � Alan Shore helps Denny Crane defend himself in court when he is sued for firing an associate for being fat; and Whitney Rome and Katie Lloyd take on a murder case in which the DA plans to use a functional MRI as evidence to prove that the accused former cop is a racist. Meanwhile, Carl Sack represents Clarence Bell when he sues an online site for posting an unflattering video of him as "Clarice"; Jerry is overcome with anxiety when he feels it's time to give his very first kiss to former client Leigh � a fellow Asperger's syndrome sufferer and objectophile � whom he's been dating; and Alan mulls over the thought of having a real, adult relationship with Lorraine Weller, on "Boston Legal," TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13 (10:02-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
Editors note: This episode was scheduled to air on Nov. 6 but was replaced on that night by "The Object of My Affection."
"Boston Legal" stars James Spader as Alan Shore, John Larroquette as Carl Sack, Christian Clemenson as Jerry Espenson, Gary Anthony Williams as Clarence/Clarice Bell, Tara Summers as Katie Lloyd, Saffron Burrows as Lorraine Weller, Taraji P. Henson as Whitney Rome, with Candice Bergen as Shirley Schmidt and William Shatner as Denny Crane.
Guest starring are Gail O'Grady as Judge Gloria Weldon, William Russ as Attorney Christopher Palmer, Tom Wilson as Jeffrey Bass, Ivar Brogger as Professor Matthew Tyler, Lamont Thompson as Officer Aaron Payne, Henry Gibson as Judge Clark Brown, Mark Derwin as Attorney Michael Eaves, Kathy Lamkin as Judge Marcia Fudge, Pamela Adlon as Emma Path, Khali MacIntyre as Nancy Wilding and Mary Gross as Leigh Swift.
"Attack of the Xenophobes" was written by David E. Kelley & Craig Turk 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.
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