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Revisit season 8 of The Practice

Also see the episode page and individual ep pages for clips from each show. Windows Media streaming; 340 bitrate / no downloads
 

Alan Shore: The Women In His Life

Clips from The Practice, Season 8
[Airdate: Sept.- May, 2003-2004]
Video created. edited and compiled by Imamess of JSMP

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In our Women in His Life clipfest, we now turn to Ellenor Frutt. Many fans were charmed by Ellenor and Alan's relationship, imaging its' origins and composition. Watch Imamess' presentation of clips following their storyline from The Practice.

Watch "Alan Shore: The Women In His Life: Ellenor"
Part 1   (21:56)
Part 2   (19:04)
Ellenor: "Alan, you are seriously self-destructive."
Alan: "Isn't everybody?"


Watch "Alan Shore: The Women In His Life: Sally"
Watch Sally   (16:56)


Watch "Alan Shore: The Women In His Life: Diane"
Watch Diane   (21:35)


Watch "Alan Shore: The Women In His Life: Sheila"
Part 1   (20:58)
Part 2   (15:29)


Watch "Alan Shore: The Women In His Life: Tara"
Part 1   (21:51)
Part 2   (22:32) 
Part 3   (17:48)


Watch "Alan Shore: The Women In His Life: Hannah"
 (12:51) 
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Hannah: I give you a few weeks here, tops. You don't understand authority, you're arrogant. My suspicion is you're corrupt and probably unflinchingly selfish, and -
Alan: Foreplay like this can only lead to sex.
Hannah: You're disgusting.
Alan: You're quivering.
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Hannah: I'll buy you a beer later and critique what I think you did wrong.
Alan: I don't accept criticism, Hannah, although I do enjoy harsh discipline.

 

 

John Larroquette on The Practice

John Larroquette joined Boston Legal as Carl Sack, but before that Emmy-winning turn, he was killer attorney Joey Heric in David E. Kelley's "The Practice". Watch clips from one of his episodes in 3 parts below.
 


Watch John Larroquette in The Practice: "The Return of Joey Heric" Pt. 3 of 3; Click here for larger screen. (9 min)
 

A Look Back


Watch "Hugs & Kisses, Alan Shore" from The Practice, seasons 8 (4:55) Thanks to Imamess for creating this montage

Our initial meeting of Alan Shore

Watch 'I embezzled. Allegedly'
(2:20) wm stream; 340 bitrate / no downloads.
The Practice, Season 8, Ep. 1 "Alan Shore's Introduction" aka "Something came up at Carruthers" [Airdate: 9/23/03]

How It All Began: Alan Shore - His Arguments

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This is a series of clips from season 8 of The Practice of Shore addressing the jury, including his Emmy-winning performance in ep. 15 "Mr. Shore Goes To Town". Video credit: Imamess

Alan Shore: "It's a win-win, so let's sit back, enjoy ourselves. One low life down, one to go. That concludes my opening statement. How am I doing so far?"
Also, watch the music video based on "Mr. Shore Goes To Town" - "Hey, Dedham, Nice Shot"

How It All Began: Denny Crane

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This is a series of clips from season 8 of The Practice introducing Denny Crane. William Shatner won both a an Emmy and a Golden Globe for his performance in these scenes. Video credit: Imamess


Watch "Hugs & Kisses, Alan Shore" montage from The Practice, seasons 8 (4:55) Thanks to Imamess for creating this montage.
>> more "Hugging and Kissing" on the BL episode clips page


Watch the "Denny Crane" montage from The Practice (2:00)
Upon first meeting Denny, Alan asked why he frequently repeats his name. "Gives them something to tell their grandkids." Because Denny hasn't done it much in BL season 3, our own video compiler Imamess felt compelled to turn back the chapter and revisit the introduction of "Denny Crane".
>> more "Denny Crane" on the BL episode clips page


Watch clips of Christian 'Hands' Clemenson in The Practice; Episode: "Duty Bound" (Season 8, ep. 27). Clips featuring guest star Christian Clemenson. Airdate: May 4, 1998 (14:52)


Watch "Extra" visit the set of The Practice. Hear from Betty White, Patrick Dempsey and James Spader while filming TP8x14 "Pre-Trial Blues" from February, 2004 (1:24) [Thanks to Nigelsmum for the video]



 



Transcripts for Season 8 of The Practice

The Practice, Season Eight, 2003 - 2004

The final season of The Practice brought us Alan Shore, Denny Crane and Tara Wilson. Since we consider this the evolution of a franchise, we thank several friends - Imamess, Sheri, olucy, Jaime - of this site for transcribing the following episodes. The full season transcriptions will eventually be posted here.

8x01: "We The People"
September 28, 2003
Alan Shore: Something came up at Carruthers. I left. Now Iím looking for new employment. And since my heart has always yearned to do whatever this is . . .
Ellenor Frutt: What exactly came up at Carruthers, Alan?
Alan Shore: I embezzled. Allegedly.
>> transcript

8x02: "The Chosen"
October 5, 2003
Jimmy Berluti: First, this Shore guy is totally corrupt. Second, the client is nuts. She thinks God talks to her.
Eugene Young: Excuse me?
Jimmy Berluti: She also thinks bald men access her thoughts. And if you stare at her more than 8 seconds, you invade her privacy. And Shore? He just tried extorting the lawyer. Heís a crook.
>> transcript

8x03: "Cause of Action"
October 12, 2003
Sheila Carlisle: sits Got it. Give me a criminal.
Alan Shore: Iím sorry?
Sheila Carlisle: Iím not asking for a murdererójust give me somebody clever. Give me an embezzler.
Alan Shore: Iím an embezzler. Weíll get lunch.
>> transcript

8x04: "Blessed Are They"
October 19, 2003
Alan Shore: I detect a fair amount of self-loathing and . . . I donít think youíre sick, Mr. Fosterling. I think youíre peculiar, but . . . a lot of us are quite peculiar. And maybe with a little help, you could find a way to continue to enjoy yourself that doesnít make you hate yourself.
>> transcript

8x05: "Heat of Passion"
October 26, 2003
Judge Harrod: The last lawyer before me from your firm insulted the integrity of this room. I will not let it happen again.
Alan Shore: Iím not liking you so far. How about this? Deny my defense and Iíll get you tossed for abuse of judicial discretion and we can be done with each other. Does that work for you?
Judge Harrod: Oh, you wonít be done with me, Mr. Shore. I assure you.
Alan Shore: Are you attracted to me, Judge?
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8x06: "The Lonely People"
November 2, 2003
Diane Ward: What is it in particular that youíre drawn to? Curiosity? Suspicion? Or simply distrust?
Alan Shore: I think I enjoy the company of inquisitive people, especially when theyíre perceptive. They often cause me to discover more about myself.
Diane Ward: So itís all about you?
Alan Shore: Perhaps.
>> transcript

8x07: "Rape Shield"
November 9, 2003
Ellenor Frutt: You got fired from your last firm for embezzling.
Alan Shore: Allegedly.
Ellenor Frutt: You threatened extortion your first week here.
Alan Shore: That was an accident.
Ellenor Frutt: Break privilege, for which you almost got disbarred.
Alan Shore: Horseshoes.
Ellenor Frutt: Sleep with witnesses.
Alan Shore: Just the one.
Ellenor Frutt: And now I find out you actually impersonated an opposing party so you could settle a case. Thatís not just fraud. Thatís probably criminal. Alan, look at me. You are seriously self-destructive.
Alan Shore: Isnít everybody
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8x08: "Concealing Evidence"
November 23, 2003
Policeman: Did anybody just come in here?
Alan Shore: Is he a criminal?
Policeman: Heís a homicide suspect.
Alan Shore: Homicide! My God! Do you know what youíve done? We represent murderers here. Itís quite possible the man you speak of, came into this building to hire us. With the six of you? Guns out? Now heíll never come in.  Bad policeman! Very bad!
>> transcript

8x09: "Victims Rights"
November 30, 2003
Anna: My name is Anna Viorka, and I need a lawyer.
Alan: I see. Do you have any money?
Anna: Umósomeótwelve dollars.
Alan: (laughs softly) I see. You know twelve dollars barely covers the time it would take me to say, ďI canít help you.Ē And since Iíve already said it, give me the twelve bucks.
>> transcript

8x10: "Equal Justice"
December 7, 2003
Tara Wilson: And then what happened?
Tang Jing Yu: Sit on toilet. Do business. Then decide have cigarette. Long drive. Need relax. Go lift off! Explode!
Tara Wilson: And what happened to you, sir?
Tang Jing Yu: Knocked unconscious. Bottom botox. Bottom burn red, raw, low skin bottom. (Tara tries to suppress her smile.) Burn red raw..
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8x11: "Police State"
Ellenor: Of everything that happened in the last twenty-four hours, the most frightening to me is the look of futility in your eyes. Eugene, people like you, they canít give up. Most people donít want to live in a police state. Most people still believe that civil liberties and human rights are more important than just rounding up bad guys. And with the erosion of our basic human rights and everything else that is going on in this country, what most people need right now, desperately need, is for men like you not to give up.
>> transcript

8x12: "Avenging Angels"
January 18, 2004
Alan: Well, thereís nobody else here. Just you, me and this big conference table.
Tara: Would you like to have sex on the table, Alan? That would definitely be considered a first move. You see, the thing is, if youíd like to go to nice restaurant, share a lovely bottle of wine, caress a little in a taxi cab on the way back to my place, or yoursÖ I might enjoy having sex with you tonight. But you donít want that. You want to do it on a conference table because itís debased. Itís to commensurate with your self-esteem, which always seems to nosedive when you behave as you did in this case. Youíre not going to find some twisted sense of self-loathing affirmation on that table with me. Iíll tell you what, though. Get some helpÖ and then ask me out to dinner some time.
>> transcript

8x13: "Going Home"
February 15, 2004
Victoria Stewart: You know Paul. He could never be capable of bludgeoning the life out of a human being.
Alan Shore: People change. If you only knew what Iíve become.
Victoria Stewart: When you were sixteen, you slept with your best friendís mother. How have you changed, Alan?
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8x14: "Pre-Trial Blues"
February 22, 2004
Catherine Piper: *To Jamie* No offense, Sweetheart. Iím sure youíre darling, but your mouth looks like a drive-through window for oral sex. *To Alan* Iím a Christian woman. Get me another lawyer.
Jamie Stringer: What the hell is this?
Alan Shore: Sheís nuts. But we need her.
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8x15: "Mr. Shore Goes To Town"
March 7, 2004
Dr Paul Stewart: Look! You traced my moves that night. If I had tossed or ditched a weaponÖ
DA Harvey Clarke: Whereís the hammer, Dr Stewart?
Alan Shore: Your Honor, I must object to this. Its one thing not have evidence, itís quite another to try to prosecute with that which you do not have. Well, I tell you I have a hammer! Itís a hammer of justice, itís a hammer of freedom, itís song about love between my brothers and my sisters all over this land. Except, perhaps Dedham, Massachusetts.
>> transcript

8x16: "In Good Conscience"
March 14, 2004
Alan: You need me?
Eugene: Yes. Close the door please.
Alan: Is this something sexual?
Eugene: Sit. Weíve decided to let you go.
Alan: Aaah! Go where?
>> transcript

8x17: "War of the Roses"
March 21, 2004
Alan: Itís not that I didnít appreciate your riveting performance, but Iíve mainly retained you to sit at the table as honorary friend of the judge.
Denny: Let me tell you something, tiger.
Alan: Tiger?
Denny: You want Denny Crane to talk. When Denny Crane talks, E.F. Hutton listens. My presence aloneómy presence is so powerful, I donít even have to talk. Sometimes Iím better when I donít talk.
Alan: This was my thinking.
Denny: Iím Denny Crane, damn it!
>> transcript

8x18: "The Case Against Alan Shore"
March 28, 2004
Eugene Young: You left out the part where you secretly installed video cameras in a womanís hotel room and taped her having sex.
Alan Shore: For blackmail purposes only. Okay. That was a lie. I watched for my own pleasure.
>> transcript

8x19: "The Firm"
April 18, 2004
Manny Quinn. "I wanna bring a motion to suppress. I mean, this is beyond unconstitutional. You canít bug a manís ass. It isnít right."
>> transcript

8x20: "Comings and Goings"
April 25, 2004
Alan Shore: "I donít accept criticism, Hannah. Though I do enjoy harsh discipline."
>> transcript

8x21: "New Hoods on the Block"
May 2, 2004
Tara Wilson: "Well, I suppose that when I see you alone, I worry about the company youíre keeping."
Alan Shore: *laughs* "Let me tell you something. The most lonely Iíve ever been has been in a relationship. Iím happiest alone. Conversationís better; certainly the sex isóalbeit heavy-handed." *sips Scotch from a glass*
>> transcript

8x22: "Cheers"
May 16, 2004
Denny Crane: "Walter, I canít represent a pervert. Denny Crane does not have sicko friends."
Walter Shepley: "Youíre practically my best friend. Denny?"
Denny Crane: "Youíre an evildoer."
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Alan Shore: *exhaling* "Oh, Iím a mess."
Tara Wilson: "Youíre just figuring this out?"
>> transcript

 

 

 


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