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BostonLegalS01E05AnEyeforanEyeHDTVXviD-LolEng

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BostonLegalS01E05AnEyeforanEyeHDTVXviD-LolEng

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    Suspects were first observed at approximately 10:30 P.M.

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    Across the street from the station house.

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    Robin and catwoman stood guard

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    as batman soaped an unoccupied police vehicle.

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    S.U.V., Your honor,

    an egregious gas guzzler.

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    - And filthy, by the way. - Continue, officer.

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    Officer Brody and I approached. An altercation ensued.

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    We thought they were hooligans dressed in costume.

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    As the village people, perhaps.

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    These suspects then attempted to evade apprehension

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    by discharging one or

    more eggs in our direction.

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    The charges are vandalism, resisting arrest, and pandering.

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    Pandering?

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    Our only tricks were

    in conjunction with our treating,

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    and I do not look like a pimp.

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    You look like an idiot.

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    The cat's a known prostitute, your honor. I object to that!

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    All right, masks off now.

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    I know you.

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    Alan Shore.

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    Good to see you, judge.

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    My colleague Tara Wilson.

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    Hello.

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    Would you care to explain to me

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    why two attorneys are

    outcavorting with a prostitute?

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    We needed somebody to be catwoman.

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    Someone with a whip.

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    Mr. Shore, while you are a gifted attorney,

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    you bring embarrassment and

    shame to the legal community.

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    You're very kind, sir.

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    Case dismissed.

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    Boston Legal

    1x05 An Eye for an Eye

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    What's this with the Markham settlement?

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    He refuses to sign.

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    He keeps redlining us on language.

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    We think that he's postponing it until after the new year for tax reasons.

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    I'll keep pushing him as best I can.

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    On a personal aside, I'd like to remind everyone to vote.

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    It's our civic duty.

Whatever our politics,

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    at the end of the day,

    we're Americans.

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    We bleed red, white, and blue.

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    Morgan vs. Rayburn.

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    Still in trial.

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    The client survived his

    testimony barely.

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    Tara and I are pushing a settlement,

    and on a personal aside,

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    - I'm bored.

    - I beg your pardon?

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    You people keep assigning me these boring cases.

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    At my old firm, I got murderers.

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    I had clients who had touched themselves in public restrooms.

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    These are people you could root for,

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    not to mention relate to.

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    Is there some other place you'd rather be, Mr. Shore?

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    Yes, I want to be on cable.

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    That's where all the best work is being done.

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    - Who's doing the Holcomb case? - Uh, that's Edwin Poole.

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    - Aren't you...

    - I just handled the decert motion.

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    I didn't prep the trial.

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    Surely, Edwin assigned it to somebody?

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    Well, um...

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    actually...

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    Denny?

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    Are you handling the Holcomb pharmaceuticals trial?

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    I am.

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    Are you prepared to try this case?

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    I will be.

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    You will be. Are you aware the trial begins tomorrow?

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    We have a problem, Lori.

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    You at least need to backstop Denny here.

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    I

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    I'm in trial myself today.

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    In trial on what?

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    I, um, was assigned a case a couple of days ago,

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    which I sort of took.

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    What kind of case?

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    Uh, just a...

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    homicide.

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    What?

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    Why are you suddenly

    taking court appointments?

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    I just need kind of

    a change, that's all.

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    Now everyone here is dissatisfied?

    What is this?

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    The case I did last week...

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    it kind of awakened me a little.

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    I'm feeling the need

    to connect with people.

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    - Criminal people.

    - Please don't trivialize this.

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    Criminal defense is a far cry from criminal prosecution, Lori.

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    You won't like it.

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    How can you possibly know that before I even...

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    I know you.

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    So...

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    Shall we?

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    We shall. Do you have

    Morgan's address?

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    I do, but what I meant is,

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    shall we continue where we left off last night?

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    In front of my building with you peeing in the planter.

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    I was about to burst.

    You should've let me come up.

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    That plant needed watering.

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    You should've let me come up, Tara.

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    It was 4:00 A.M.

    I let you up,

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    next thing we know,

    we're in the liquor cabinet.

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    Two minutes after that, passed out.

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    Robin sprawled across batman.

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    What would they say

    at the hall of justice?

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    Was that what you were afraid of, the sprawling?

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    I invited you out to

    get your mind off Sally.

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    You've succeeded. It's back to an old, familiar wanton place.

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    Alan, we agreed that

    you and I couldn't work.

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    What was the reason again? I've forgotten.

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    It would be trouble.

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    One night out, we lose all control

    and end up behind bars.

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    Which was utterly intoxicating, was it not, losing control together?

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    What about it, Tara?

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    After all this time,

    maybe we should undress.

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    We're late.

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    Thick file.

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    Of course, it's a thick file.

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    It's a class action involving thousands of plaintiffs,

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    and it's complicated, Denny.

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    Thick file.

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    Look, all we can do is throw ourselves

    at the mercy of the judge.

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    If you and I both go to see him and explained Edwin's situation,

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    maybe he'll give us some time.

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    Thick file.

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    $70,000.

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    It's their opening offer.

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    You seem like a very

    nice man, Mr. Morgan.

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    You also seem like a hypochondriac.

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    These headaches are real.

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