Comedy, Crime, Drama, Mystery
James Spader, William Shatner, Candice Bergen, Rene Auberjonois, Mark Valley, Julie Bowen, Christian Clemenson
Ethically-challenged attorney Alan Shore, formerly of Young, Frutt & Berluti, settles in at a wealthy and powerful firm focusing on civil cases. With some help from his friend and mentor, veteran attorney Denny Crane, Shore quickly makes his mark winning cases no one would take, often using less than honest methods. In doing so, he develops a rival in his colleague Brad Chase, who has been assigned to the office partly to keep an eye on the increasingly eccentric (and possibly senile) Denny Crane. Though his questionable conduct might make him a few enemies along the way, Alan's not one to be underestimated, nor will he let trivial things like honesty or integrity get in the way of winning a case.
- Season 1: 1. Head Cases (2004). Senior partner Edwin Poole has a nervous breakdown in front of everybody. Denny Crane has now to face the loss of a friend in the office. Meanwhile, Alan Shore finds a new enemy in Brad Chase, who is not only the ex of Sally, but also makes him work on a case of a little girl, who wants to play "Annie" in a musical production. Lori is taking care of Ernie Dell, who wants his marriage to be annulled, because he thinks his wife cheats on him. Sally and Brad work on a case concerning a divorced couple and their kids.
- Season 1: 2. Still Crazy After All These Years (2004). Alan tries to get his ex-girlfriend Christine, who once tried to kill him, out of a psychiatric installment, but he must find out that this wasn't the best idea he ever had. Especially Sally's behavior towards Christine doesn't make it easier for Alan and Sally to get closer. Denny meanwhile still has trouble with his partners,w ho want him out of the firm.
- Season 1: 3. Catch And Release (2004). After he helped her to get out of a psychiatric clinic, Alan now has to face his ex-girlfriend Christine as an opponent in court. Lori is appointed to help Alan. Sally has her first real case of which she has got to take care all by herself and it isn't going very good for her. Denny Crane's son Donny, whom he hasn't seen for 15 years, shows up in the office, but not just as a visitor but also a lawyer.
- Season 1: 4. Change Of Course (2004). Edwin Poole manages to escape from the psychiatric hospital; and returns to the court room. He takes over a case without anyone recognizing it until Lori appoints herself as his assistant in court. Sally realizes that it is much harder to be in a relationship with Alan. Alan himself still has to fight with Brad over his position in the law firm.
- Season 1: 5. An Eye For An Eye (2004). Alan and Tara defend a hypochondriac who is suing his doctor for malpractice. Brad and Denny work on one of Edwin Poole's old cases where their client, Holcomb Pharmaceuticals, is being sued for bilking senior citizens out of millions of dollars. Sally and Lori defend a man who killed a guy who beat him up for years ago with a martial arts punch
- Season 1: 6. Truth Be Told (2004). Alan represents the husband, who is running for mayor, of his old crush Samantha, when a false rumor is publicized. Denny awaits the results of the test which will reveal whether he has the Alzheimer Disease or not, while Lori helps a lawyer convincing his wife to give him his suns frozen umbilical cord, which would save his life. Meanwhile Denny takes Sally's client who is suing a toaster company for his faulty product.
- Season 1: 7. Questionable Characters (2004). Lori helps a former informant, who was shot while robbing a convenience store, not to have the bullet removed which connects him to the crime. Meanwhile, Alan tries to help his client who is accused of being a slumlord and is forced to do despicable acts from an infuriating judge. Denny gets arrested for solicitation.
- Season 1: 8. Loose Lips (2004). Alan takes over a case Denny rejected for personal reasons. He has to defend a man who was fired from being Santa because he is a transvestite. Brad an Alan bet on the outcome of the case. Lori's therapist is worried that one of his patients may kill someone and asks for legal help.
- Season 1: 9. Greater Good, A (2004). Alan and Denny defend a drug company who is sued by a woman for taking her off an experimental pill which could have healed her sickness. Tara gets new information which would probably help her an Lori to win their case, but the way she retrieved it could cost them their case and careers.
- Season 1: 10. Hired Guns (2004). Lori and Brad defend a woman who is accused of killing her husband and his mistress. Alan's life becomes in danger when he helps a woman whose ex-husband plans to kidnap their children.
- Season 1: 11. Schmidt Happens (2005). The named partner Shirley Schmidt arrives to bring order to the firm. While making herself known, she deals with Denny who does not want her there. Lori and Paul represent a Sudanese native who is suing the U.S. government for not taking action against the mayhem that is happening in his country. Alan defends Bernard who killed his mother.
- Season 1: 12. From Whence We Came (2005). Lori, Denny and Shirley defend a school superintendent who fired two science teachers because they refused to teach creationism. Alan learns his assistant has expressed concern about their work relationship, needs legal his help again. One member of the firm is fired.
- Season 1: 13. It Girls And Beyond (2005). Brad is attracted his lesbian client who is sued for having a relationship with her boss merely for financial purposes.Alan second chairs,while Denny tries to prove that he is a competent attorney by defending a doctor who describe a non FDA approved drug. Meanwhile, the rest of the firm tries to deal with Alans new assistant Catherine Piper.
- Season 1: 14. 'Til We Meat Again (2005). Denny and Shirley help a man whose steakhouse is put out of business, because the public wants to ban red meat for fear of Mad Cow disease. While Denny becomes convinced he has Mad Cow disease, Alan is arrested for conspiracy to commit assault and battery. He started a bar brawl while being out with Tara.
- Season 1: 15. Tortured Souls (2005). Shirley asks Alan to defend a policeman who tortured a man to retrieve information. Denny and Chelina represent a woman who is suing her former boyfriend for leaving her at the altar. Bernard is befriended by Catherine and Alan finds variance with that.
- Season 1: 16. Let Sales Ring (2005). Milton Bombay needs Denny and Shirley to help him being frozen so he can continue his legacy as a great lawyer in the future. Alan and Chelina help a high school student who accuses his teacher of censorship when he blocks out a news station on the school's television.
- Season 1: 17. Death Be Not Proud (2005). Alan assist Chelina in Texas, where a former client is getting executed while he is maybe innocent. Denny and Shirley represent an old friend of theirs when she is charged with having sexual encounters for a fee. Lori files a complaint about Denny.
- Season 2: 1. Black Widow, The (2005). Alan Shore and Denny Crane defend a beautiful young woman accused of murdering her much-older husband.
- Season 2: 2. Schadenfreude (2005). While Kelly Nolan's trial continues, Sara and Garrett help Denise to settle on her divorce. Malcolm , Tara's former lover, convinces her to represent Edwin Starr's nephew , who cant sing "War" at a nightclub, because its owner says its unpatriotic.
- Season 2: 3. Finding Nimmo (2005). Denny takes Alan fishing to Nimmo Bay to help him get over his breakup with Tara. Sara and Garrett target the lawyer of Denise's husband, a priest, to settle the divorce. Catherine Piper confesses that she murdered Bernhard.
- Season 2: 4. Whiff And A Prayer, A (2005). Denny helps defending a congressman, who didn't keep his campaign promises. Alan defends Catherine Piper for murdering Bernhard. Sara is given an ultimatum by the priest she and Garrett blackmailed.
- Season 2: 5. Men To Boys (2005). Denise has problems, when she has to try a case she neglected for three years, in which an auto-injury killed a woman, who only had a few more days to live. Garrett meets Cassie a young paralegal, who is hiding a painful past. Denny has to apologize to Lori or face a sexual harassment suit, while Alan takes Sara out on a date, where he behaves strangely.
- Season 2: 6. Witches Of Mass Destruction (2005). Shirley help a Christian and a Wiccan couple, who want to stop the school's Halloween celebration. Alan represents Cassie suing the US military, because her brother died in the war. This of course is a hard test for Alan and Denny's friendship.
- Season 2: 7. Truly, Madly, Deeply (2005). Denny does not want to defend a man who raped and killed a 13-year-old girl. He finds a way to get out of its, but ends up in jail. Alan has to overcome his fear of clowns, when he helps suing one. Shirley assigns a weird bestiality to Denise.
- Season 2: 8. Ass Fat Jungle, The (2005). Denise defends the top Boston plastic surgeon, who is sued for injecting fat from his butt into his patients. Shirley has problems handling a case involving an Alzheimer's patient. Meanwhile Denny undergoes an MRI, while Alan has night terrors and asks his new secretary to guard him at night.
- Season 2: 9. Gone (2005). Denny's using of firearms again becomes an issue to the firm, when a homeless man threw a rock at him. Denise and Brad try to find a kidnapped boy who is close to her heart. They have to become rather extreme when some obstacles appear.
- Season 2: 10. Legal Deficits (2005). Denny and Shirley team up to defend Brad, who is on trial for his actions in trying to find a kidnapped boy. Alan helps his secretary solve her credit card woes with assistance from Jerry Espenson, an expert in financial law who exhibits odd social behavior.
- Season 2: 11. Cancer Man Can, The (2006). Alan takes up the cause of one of the associates, Denny meets a woman, and Denise helps defend a client accused of buying his way onto a drug trial.
- Season 2: 12. Helping Hands (2006). Daniel Post finagles his way onto one of Denise's cases, Alan takes up Jerry's cause with rather more enthusiasm than Shirley would like, and Denny gets serious about his new love.
- Season 2: 13. Too Much Information (2006). Denis and Alan represent a young girl, whose father killed her mother after finding her whereabouts on her HMO's website. Alan also has to defend Catherine Piper, who started robbing convenience stores. Beverly Bridge, Denny's fiancé, who he met at a charity event, is causing trouble in the firm, while Paul, Shirley and Brad try to manage the situation. Daniel Post goes in for chemotherapy, and attempts to shut out Denise.
- Season 2: 14. Breast In Show (2006). Alan dates Irma and later finds himself defending her, because she is charged with a sex crime for protesting topless. Daniel Post invites Denise to his funeral party, Garrett has problems to get Catherine out of his office and the rest of the firm is still dealing with Denny's fiancé.
- Season 2: 15. Smile (2006). Alan helps a little girl, who can't smile because her face muscles were damaged in an accident. She was refused, because of this, entry to a prestigious private school. Denny and Shirley are on a case, where a hospital refused to give a rape victim the morning after pill because of religious believes. Meanwhile Denny assigns Brad to help his fiancé by preventing her ex-husband from shutting off the machines that keep her cat alive.
- Season 2: 16. Live Big (2006). While trying to woo her back, Shirley Schimdt's ex-husband asks her to be in his upcoming wedding. Alan and Denny defend a man who killed his wife at her request. Paul reaches out to his daughter.
- Season 2: 17. ...There's Fire! (2006). Denny is caught with another woman on his wedding day, putting the firm in jeopardy and Alan fights a wrongful termination.
- Season 2: 18. Shock And Oww! (2006). Denny is spurred from his depression over losing Bev by a self-defense case, Paul suspects his daughter may be using again, and Shirley asks Alan to intercede for her when an artist dies.
- Season 2: 19. Stick It (2006).
- Season 2: 20. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (2006). Paul announces that he needs to take some time off. And while most of the staff are concerned if they can go without Paul, Denny gives him Paul his blessing. So while everyone tries to do Paul's job, the firm suffers. Shirley finds herself working with her ex Ivan on a case and while working together, Ivan tries to woo her.
- Season 2: 21. Word Salad Days (2006).
- Season 2: 22. Ivan The Incorrigible (2006). Jerry asks Alan to help him with a case, defending a father who killed a man who got away with murdering his son. Meanwhile, Ivan restarts his relationship with Shirley even though he is still married to Missy.
- Season 2: 23. Race Ipsa (2006).
- Season 2: 24. Deep End Of The Poole (2006). Partner Edwin Poole returns to the firm after a stint in a mental institution
- Season 2: 25. Squid Pro Quo (2006). Ambitious Marlene Stanger joins the firm. Denny faces his son in court.
- Season 2: 26. Spring Fever (2006).
- Season 2: 27. BL: Los Angeles (2006). Alan and Denny are still in Los Angeles defending a celebrity who assaulted a paparazzo who's pursuing her. Brad tries to work out a plea deal for his niece which would give her probation but the judge for some reason decides to throw the book at her which means she's going to jail. He learns that Shirley knows the judge who tries to convince to honor the plea agreement. And Denise's war with Marlene is reaching the breaking point.
- Season 3: 1. Can't We All Get A Lung? (2006). Alan hires a sexual surrogate to help Jerry Espenson overcome his fear of intimacy with women, which only gets Jerry in more legal trouble. And Shirley takes Daniel Post's case after Denise learns that her fiancé is planning to buy a lung from a terminally-ill man.
- Season 3: 2. New Kids On The Block (2006). A cocky new lawyer joins the firm from the New York office and defends a client who was having an adulterous affair with a murdered judge, and Denny gets in more hot water after a blind date with a "midget."
- Season 3: 3. Desperately Seeking Shirley (2006). Alan represents Shirley's ex-husband, who is looking for a hole in his new post-nup, which was written by Shirley. Meanwhile, the judge's murder trial continues, and Denny reaches a compromise after the little person sues him.
- Season 3: 4. Fine Young Cannibal (2006). Alan and Shirley take on a grandstanding District Attorney prosecuting a homeless man for cannibalism. The case gives Alan an opportunity to make his move on her, but he can't get together with her without Denny's approval.
- Season 3: 5. Whose God Is It Anyway? (2006). Jeffery, Claire and Denise's judge murder trial gets underway, and Alan defends Jerry Espenson after firing a lawyer in his new firm because he's a Scientologist.
- Season 3: 6. Verdict, The (2006). Coho's defense weakens after his client's father testifies against him and Alan feels something is missing when he picks up his relationship with Sally.
- Season 3: 7. Trick Or Treat (2006). Alan must defend Jerry Espenson again, this time for committing perjury to get on a jury. Meanwhile, Denise learns that her fiancé, Daniel Post, has died, but the doctors are having trouble locating his remains.
- Season 3: 8. Lincoln (2006). Lincoln Meyer chooses Denny to represent him when he's suspected of killing the judge. Jerry enlists Alan's help in a first degree murder case. Brad has had it with Jeffrey, who wants to have Shirley. Alan overhears Denise telling Shirley about her desires, and takes advantage of it. Denny can't seem to decide between Bethany and her mother.
- Season 3: 9. On The Ledge (2006). Lincoln goes to extremes and kidnaps Shirley. The trial begins for Jerry's client, and Jerry shines as an attorney in court. Denny feels threatened as the bond between Jerry and Alan strengthens. Brad and Jeffrey take their office relationship to the "next level."
- Season 3: 10. Nutcrackers, The (2006). Clarice applies for a job as Claire's new assistant, but she'll only hire him as Clarence. Alan's new case is involved in a friendly wager with Shirley. Brad and Jeffrey are assigned to work on a case, together, involving a woman who wants to sue God, even though they can't stand one another, which makes Denise feels more like a referee, than an attorney.
- Season 3: 11. Angel Of Death (2007). Alan and Denny go to New Orleans to help defend a doctor on trial for euthanizing her patients during the flood after Hurricane Katrina, and Clarence sues a women's gym that revoked his membership after he revealed that he was a man.
- Season 3: 12. Nuts (2007). The firm defends a grade school teacher who is sued after one of her students dies from a peanut allergy, and Alan takes on the Office of Homeland Security after Denny is wrongly placed on the "no-fly list."
- Season 3: 13. Dumping Bella (2007). Denny takes Bella's case against an animal rights group opposed to her cosmetic testing procedures, and her daughter Bethany is opposing counsel. And at the same time, Denny wants to dump Bella because he's still in love with Bethany.
- Season 3: 14. Selling Sickness (2007). Alan defends a judge suing a company promising to cure him of "same sex attraction disorder," and Shirley defends a man keeping a teenage sexual assault victim from taking medication that will make her forget the experience.
- Season 3: 15. Fat Burner (2007). Denny is sued for operating a company that wants to turn human fat into fuel, Clarence gets his first case, and Jeffery submits his resignation after he finds out that he's not the father of Denise's child.
- Season 3: 16. Good Lawyer, The (2007). Alan feels guilty after teaching Jerry Espenson a cruel lesson on being a good lawyer, Denny creates a scene at Bethany's temple, and Brad and Denise come to blows over whether she should give up her career to take care of their baby.
- Season 3: 17. Bride Wore Blood, The (2007). Alan defends his ex-girlfriend Renata when she is accused of murdering her groom-to-be. And when the case starts going badly, she drops a personal bombshell in her defense that not even Alan knows about.
- Season 3: 18. Son Of The Defender (2007). Denny is forced to recount a trial with his father from fifty years earlier when the victim's son--carrying a gun and wired to a bomb--returns demanding justice. Meanwhile, Alan is found in contempt of court again while defending his neighbor.
- Season 3: 19. Brotherly Love (2007). When Paul tries to force Brad to sign an agreement in order to keep the firm out of getting in between him and Denise, Brad forces the rest of the partners to reconsider their position. When Claire sees Clarence in a coffee shop with another woman, she reconsiders their position. Alan defends a man accused of helping his brother cover up a murder.
- Season 3: 20. Guise 'n Dolls (2007). Alan goes head to head with Jerry, but Alan doesn't like the arrogant, boorish persona Jerry has assumed for the case. And Denny gets the firm in hot water when he "compliments" an African-American job applicant.
- Season 3: 21. Tea And Sympathy (2007). Judge Weldon asks Alan to defend her in a case, which leads to a potential relationship. Meanwhile, Clarence has a client who wants to sue a college sorority for kicking her out, and Jerry Espenson is opposing counsel.
- Season 3: 22. Guantanamo By The Bay (2007). Jerry shows up at Shirley's office, wishing to return to the firm and clients include someone who was detained at the hands of the government, who felt he was involved in a terrorist plot of some kind. Gloria warns Alan that Judge Folger entertains more lawyers in her chambers than motions in her courtroom.
- Season 3: 23. Duck And Cover (2007). Alan defends a priest on trial for housing an illegal alien, and Brad and Denise hurry to get married before their baby is born. Meanwhile, Shirley gives Jerry a housing discrimination case involving a woman and her duck.
- Season 3: 24. Trial Of The Century (2007). Alan and Denny resort to a dangerous strategy to create reasonable doubt and get two teenage brothers acquitted of murdering their father. And Shirley gets angry with Jerry and Clarence when they sue a casino.
- Season 4: 1. Beauty And The Beast (2007). Carl Sack is brought in from the New York branch to act as office "enforcer." Shirley is sued by Stanford University after she backs out of a donation. And a new lawyer, fresh out of law school, is assigned an unwinnable murder case.
- Season 4: 2. Innocent Man, The (2007). Against all odds, new lawyer Katie Loyd and Jerry win their unwinnable murder trial. Alan is impressed by their victory. Shirley invites Lorraine to join the firm as a new associate. Denny lusts after the new associate and immediately invites her to sleep with him! Alan warns Denny to stay away from Lorraine and then has sex with her in the office!! Alan declines Judge Gloria Weldon's offer to have a child with her and they break up. Denny speculates with Alan about the nature of the relationship between Shirley and new boss Carl Sack.
- Season 4: 3. Chicken And The Leg, The (2007). Carl and Denny bet on the outcome of their cockfighting case, a teenager with AIDS sues her school for only teaching abstinence, and Jerry begins to have romantic feelings for his new colleague.
- Season 4: 4. Do Tell (2007). A general sues the military because he was fired after coming out. The firm's latest hire takes a custody case involving child bullfighting. Alan's "word salad" returns over Lorraine, and Denny finds out about Shirley and Carl.
- Season 4: 5. Hope And Gory (2007). A woman who intentionally and maliciously avenged her daughter's death asks Alan to provide her with a temporary insanity defense. Meanwhile, Katie and Jerry try to get a questionable sexual offense conviction vacated for a client.
- Season 4: 6. Object Of My Affection, The (2007). Denny gets in hot water when he fires a lawyer who rejected his sexual advances because she is too fat. Meanwhile, Jerry defends a woman in a case involving "objectophilia"
- Season 4: 7. Attack Of The Xenophobes (2007). Whitney takes a case involving a police officer charged with murder after shooting an unarmed African American youth eight times, Clarence sues YouTube for defamation, and Alan defends Denny against the overweight lawyer he fired.
- Season 4: 8. Oral Contracts (2007). Alan defends Denny after he is charged with soliciting gay sex in a bathroom stall. Shirley defends a shock jock in a First Amendment case, and Katie begins investigating Lorraine's background.
- Season 4: 9. No Brains Left Behind (2007). After Denny and Alan lose a lawsuit against the National Guard, they try to join the group and are rejected because of their age. Shirley defends her granddaughter after she is expelled for shredding a standardized test.
- Season 4: 10. Green Christmas (2007). The firm is sued by one of its environmental group clients because it isn't "green" enough. Alan tries to help Clarence, who cannot make his house payments because of skyrocketing adjustable mortgage rates.
- Season 4: 11. Mad About You (2008). Much to the chagrin of his firm, Denny takes on a first-degree murder case without anyone's help, while Jerry and Katie agree to seek compensation for a woman whose husband fell under the guise of a shady lawyer who convinced him to divorce her.
- Season 4: 12. Roe Vs Wade: The Musical (2008). A man whose sperm was used without his knowledge to impregnate a woman tries to get the court to force her to have an abortion, and Alan and Shirley are opposing counsel. Jerry defends Leigh after she is fired for hugging a student.
- Season 4: 13. Glow In The Dark (2008). Denny and Alan unknowingly sleep with the same client, who is trying to block the building of a nuclear power plant. Opposing counsel is Shirley's old friend from law school, which makes Carl Sack very jealous.
- Season 4: 14. Rescue Me (2008). Sack becomes increasingly frustrated with the firm's lawyers constantly taking on cases that don't make any money, and finds a potential new love interest to replace Shirley. Meanwhile, Denny and Alan prepare for their Coast Guard test.
- Season 4: 15. Tabloid Nation (2008). Alan takes on an old hated nemesis in a case involving a shooting death after an ambush interview on a tabloid TV show. Shirley takes a case for an old friend, a troubled Vietnam veteran, who finds himself in dire straits.
- Season 4: 16. Mighty Rogues, The (2008). Shirley pursues a court order to euthanize her father, who is in the advanced stages of Alzheimer's Disease. The residents of Nantucket petition for the right to have a nuclear weapon, and Jerry is sued by a sexy female companion.
- Season 4: 17. Court Supreme, The (2008). Alan leaps at the opportunity to present an appeal to the Supreme Court in the case of a mentally challenged man sentenced to death for the sexual assault of a young girl.
- Season 4: 18. Indecent Proposals (2008). Denny Crane falls for a rancher client who hires him to sue the FDA over cloned meat. Shirley and Alan sue the Democratic Party over pledged convention delegates switching their votes to the other candidate.
- Season 4: 19. Gods Must Be Crazy, The (2008). While the firm takes on legalization of prostitution and accepting female priests into the Catholic church, Denny Crane contemplates an offer to seek the Republican nomination for president.
- Season 4: 20. Patriot Acts (2008). The town of Concord wishes to secede from the United States, and Alan and Denny act as opposing counsel in the case--a case that could cost them their friendship because their opposing views on patriotism and dissent.
- Season 5: 1. Smoke Signals (2008). Alan goes up against an ex who got away and he's not completely over in a case against Big Tobacco, and Denny is too busy to help because he's worried about his impotence problem.
- Season 5: 2. Guardians And Gatekeepers (2008). Jerry and Katie take a case involving a 15-year-old who claims a guard raped her in a private prison, Shirley's 17-year-old granddaughter is in trouble for voting in the primary, and Alan and Denny take on the pharmaceutical industry.
- Season 5: 3. Dances With Wolves (2008). Denny faces concealed weapons charges after he shoots a mugger, and Alan confronts his own sexism as he represents a sexual surrogate in a child custody case.
- Season 5: 4. True Love (2008). Being noted as a great lawyer attracts the attention of a former girlfriend as she asks Alan to defend her husband in a murder trial, even though he still has feelings for her which compounds the case in a conflict of interest.
- Season 5: 5. Bad Seed, The (2008). A judge finds out that Alan bet with Denny on the outcome of his case involving malpractice at a military hospital. Jerry takes a sperm bank to court to find out if his nephew and his new girlfriend have the same sperm donor.
- Season 5: 6. Happy Trails (2008). Alan and Denny vacation at a dude ranch in Utah and wind up facing adultery charges, but an unlikely ally comes to their defense. Back in Boston, Shirley defends Catherine Piper, who is accused of attempting to murder her doctor.
- Season 5: 7. Mad Cows (2008). While Jerry goes up for partner, Alan goes head-to-head with Denise Bauer in a case involving government Mad Cow Disease testing, and head-to-head with Denny over his decision to vote for John McCain.
- Season 5: 8. Roe (2008). Alan and Shirley confront their own misgivings about legalized abortion as they defend a 16-year-old Chinese immigrant who wants one. Meanwhile, Jerry faces assault charges after punching out a man in a coffee shop who ridiculed him.
- Season 5: 9. Kill, Baby, Kill! (2008). Denny and Carl go to Virginia to defend a corrections officer who shot and killed an inmate during his botched execution, and Alan and Shirley defend one of Alan's old classmates who says she was fired because she voted for John McCain.
- Season 5: 10. Thanksgiving (2008). Different topics abound at Shirley's house for Thanksgiving when then gang assembles for what was supposed to be a quiet intimate dinner for two between her and Carl.
- Season 5: 11. Juiced (2008). Alan helps Denny fight for the right to take a still-unapproved Alzheimer's drug, Carl helps Catherine Piper sue the networks for ageism, and Jerry and Katie take a case involving "academic doping."
- Season 5: 12. Made In China (2008). As Alan prepares to try Denny's Alzheimer's drug case in front of the Supreme Court, Shirley tries to block the purchase of the firm by a Chinese business.
- Season 5: 13. Last Call (2008). Before Alan and Denny go to the Supreme Court, they must fight an injunction to keep them from getting married to each other. Meanwhile, religious differences could threaten Shirley and Carl's upcoming wedding.