TV Series | TV-14 | | Comedy, Crime, Drama
Boston Legal is a spin-off of the long-running David E. Kelley series The Practice (1997), following the exploits of former Practice character Alan Shore (James Spader) at the legal firm of Crane, Poole, and Schmidt.
The firm's name is Crane, Poole, and Schmidt. The firm, according to its "website" was firmed in 1984. Ed Kranepool was a baseball player, who retired in 1979. Mike Schmidt was a baseball player who retired in 1989. The midpoint of the retirements ... ...
Denny Crane. Denny Crane. Denny Crane.
Alan Shore: Hey! Hey!
Denny Crane: What the hell do you...
Alan Shore: Get up, Denny. We're going to the bathroom.
Denny Crane: Untie the knot.
Alan Shore: It takes too long. Let's just... get up!
Denny Crane: I'm not getting up!
Alan Shore: It'll take two seconds.
Denny Crane: It's the middle of the night!
Alan Shore: ...
Throughout the series, there is an inconsistency in the proper courts for the proper cases. For example, there are certain criminal cases - which would be heard in state courts - in which the set being used was the Federal Court set with the seal that says "District of Massachusetts". In addition, several judges switch between the state court and federal court sets while state court judges and federal court judges are separate and independent.