The Practice: The Final Season
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David E. Kelleys Emmy Award-winning legal drama returns for an eighth and final season that paves the way for its critically acclaimed spin-off, Boston Legal.
Major upheavals have left Ellenor (Camryn Manheim), Eugene (Steve Harris) and Jimmy (Michael Badalucco) in charge of the firm. In an attempt to rebuild their ranks, Ellenor hires an old friend: the enigmatic and ethically-challenged Alan Shore (James Spader). Shores brilliant-yet-highly-unorthodox methods succeed in winning big cases: but will they also threaten the future of the firm?
A must-own for fans of Boston Legal, The Practice: Season 8 features not only the debut of Alan Shore, but early appearances from Tara Wilson (Rhona Mitra), Catherine Piper (Betty White), Sally Heep (Lake Bell)…and the legendary attorney Denny Crane (William Shatner).
As a series, The Practice earned a Golden Globe Award for Best Drama Series, twenty-eight Primetime Emmy nominations and the Peabody Award, setting the bar high for Boston Legal, in which Spader and Shatners continued portrayals of Alan Shore and Denny Crane would lead to two more Emmy wins for Spader (2005, 2007) and an Emmy and Golden Globe (2005) win for Shatner.
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Also, I wanted to mention the Emmy Awards for this season:
James Spader - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series (WON)
William Shatner - Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series (WON)
Sharon Stone - Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series (WON)
Betty White - Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series (Nominated)
I had to go to YouTube to watch that one. And there's something missing at the end of the season one, which in its "next week" flash has interactions between Alan Shore and his Death Case lawyer partner which is completely missing from Season 2. So - I don't expect to pay in the $125 range for this sort of mess.
But ---- I've still got heaps of joy from enjoying season after season of Alan and Denny all over again.
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Wonder what has become of the rest of that excellent cast.