Denise finds herself in a difficult situation when a car accident case that she neglected for three years is on trial and she is not prepared. while Garrett is doing some research, he meets Cassie (Tamara Feldman), a young paralegal whose strange sexual tendencies hide a painful past; Denny learns that he must apologize to Lori or face a complaint of sexual harassment. Alan takes Sara to dinner and do a „show“. Stay up to date with the latest news from Rotten Tomatoes! Tap „Sign Up“ at the bottom to receive our weekly newsletter with updates on movies, TV shows, the Rotten Tomatoes podcast and more. Episode Reviews | 2.19 `Stick It` written by Abney Coming soon. Written by Abney | Send Abney your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org Episode News Ratings [101 by Nielsen] 14. March 2005 „Stick It“ Homes: 10.67 million viewers, 7.0/12; Adults 18-49 years: 3.1/8 [last week: 11.4 mil, 7.6/13 and 3.4]. BL took second place in audience after L&O:SVU Repeat, 11.2 million, and The Amazing Race, 9.6 mil. lead-in Sons & Daughters at 9:30 p.m., 3.4/5 HH, 4.91 million viewers, 1.9/4 in 18-49. Source: thefutoncritic, tvtracker.com >> More review information in our forum Note on „Stick It“ news: Hundreds of articles and blogs have been written about this episode. I know.
I followed a diary of it. I`m going to post some snippets and a list of links. Partisanship does not guide my election. It`s really random. Vendetta for Dubya by John Patterson, The Guardian March 24, 2006 – [Excerpt] The thought is: The president is a lazy and dull couch potato, so maybe we can finally reach him through DVDs and TV shows.  So he returns to the Lincoln room to enjoy some TV. On Boston Legal, James Spader, as a lawyer defending an anti-war tax rebel, gave an irrefutable six-minute indictment in the courtroom on everything from preemptive war and Abu Ghraib to Valerie Plame and phone tapping without a court order, while wondering angrily and angrily how long it would take his fellow citizens to wake up and sense tyranny. Six months ago, this would have been perceived as outrageously partisan, even seditious; Today, it accurately reflects the public`s sentiment.
>> read more Boston Legal Episode receives the BuzzFlash Joplin Independent 24 Award. March 2006 – BuzzFlash, a website that provides headlines, news, and commentary for a so-called „geographically diverse, politically savvy, pro-democratic, and anti-hypocritical web community,“ announced that its latest award, „Wings of Justice,“ is being given to David E. Kelley, James Spader, and the authors of Boston Legal. „Okay, we never thought we`d give the BuzzFlash `Wings of Justice Award` to people associated with a weekly TV show, one of its stars and the show`s writers, but we were wrong,“ the winners said. They claim that every time they saw James Spader`s final statement on the Boston Legal episode titled „Stick It,“ they wondered, „Why don`t Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi say that? Why is there no Democratic Party advertising on television with this message? BuzzFlash called the episode a „great experience“ of watching someone say what needs to be said. Of course, Spader talks to a fictitious jury, but he also talks to all the Americans who have to get their heads out of the sand. And no one should deny that the arguments for democracy could be presented in such a short argument in a more convincing and articulated way. ABC`s `Boston Legal` airs an anti-Bush tirade, takes a picture of FNC and lifts the McCarthy era by Brent Baker, NewsBusters 21. March 2006 – Last week`s episode featured a story featuring over-the-top lawyer „Alan Shore,“ played by James Spader, who made a five-minute closing statement to defend a woman who wouldn`t pay income taxes and spoke out against the war on terror. Earlier, when she explained her reasoning to Shore, the woman, „Melissa Hughes,“ cited how her grandfather, who fought in World War I, would be „embarrassed“ by „what`s happening today.“ She enumerated: „We torture people, spy on our own people and crush everyone`s civil liberties.
My grandfather cried. After which Shore received an obvious blow to FNC: „You have to change the channel. The terrible things you talk about never happen in „fair and balanced“ news programs. >> read more ABC`s „Boston Legal“ airs anti-Bush tirade, shoots FNC and raises the McCarthy era newsbusters.org/node/4552 boston legal tv magazine – „Stick It“ blogcritics.org/archives/2006/03/18/231050.php From Abu Ghraib to terrorist surveillance, Boston Legal takes President Bush newsbusters.org/node/4466 Boston Legal tells the truth mediachannel.org/blog/node/3721 David E.