Episode: 006 | Aired: November 07, 2004
Shore takes the case of a mayoral candidate who wants to stop a negative campaign ad from airing; Lori tries to help a man who has been diagnosed with cancer but cant get access to the frozen blood that might save him; Sally represents a client injured by a toaster.
Episode: 011 | Aired: January 09, 2005
Lori files a motion against the U.S. government on behalf of a Sudanese man trying to draw attention to the genocide in that country; Shore represents a man who killed his mother; partner Shirley Schmidt, Crane's former flame, returns to the firm.
Episode: 005 | Aired: October 31, 2004
Crane defends a firm accused of over-billing seniors for medical products; Shore and Tara rekindle their romance as they represent a hypochondriac; Lori defends a client accused of murdering a man who beat him up four years ago.
Episode: 012 | Aired: January 16, 2005
The firm defends a school administer being sued for firing teachers who refused to teach Creationism; Shore and Tara represent a former client who beat a recent murder rap and has now killed his next-door neighbor.
Episode: 017 | Aired: March 20, 2005
Shore and Chelina try to stay the execution of a convict in Texas; Schmidt and Shore represent an old friend, a middle-aged woman charged with repeatedly paying for sex.
Episode: 016 | Aired: March 13, 2005
Crane represents an old friend who wants to die and be cryonically frozen; Shore represents a teenager who claims that a news channel is being illegally censored at his high school.
Episode: 015 | Aired: February 20, 2005
Schmidt insists that Shore help her defend a police officer who was videotaped brutalizing a witness; Denny Crane represents a bride suing her fianc for standing her up at the altar, and opposing counsel is Donny Crane; Catherine Piper develops a friendship with Bernie Ferrion.
Episode: 014 | Aired: February 13, 2005
Shore is charged with assault after he gets involved in a bar fight; Schmidt and Crane take on a town ruling that has banned the sale of red meat.
Episode: 013 | Aired: January 23, 2005
Crane defends a doctor accused of selling an experimental drug to a desperate patient; Brad represents a lesbian accused of faking her homosexuality for financial gain - and finds himself attracted to her.
Episode: 010 | Aired: December 19, 2004
Brad and Lori represent a woman accused of killing her husband and the woman with whom he was having an affair; Shore tries to help a maintenance woman at the office, whose ex-husband has kidnapped their children.
Episode: 009 | Aired: December 12, 2004
Shore and Crane discover that the drug company they're representing has secretly tested an unproven drug on unwitting subjects; Tara impersonates a flight attendant to get privileged information from opposing counsel in an age discrimination case.
Episode: 008 | Aired: November 28, 2004
Shore defends a transvestite Santa in a wrongful termination case; Lori advises a therapist who is afraid a patient might be planning a murder.
Episode: 007 | Aired: November 21, 2004
Shore represents a slumlord sentenced to wearing an 'I am a slumlord' sign; Lori defends a man who has been shot in the chest, and who doesn't want the bullet removed because it will link him to a crime; Crane is arrested for soliciting.
Episode: 004 | Aired: October 24, 2004
Poole leaves the mental hospital and takes on the defense of an accused murderer; Shore is asked to represent a CEO accused of shoplifting, and to make the charges go away by any means necessary.
Episode: 003 | Aired: October 17, 2004
Sally tries her first case; Shore represents a woman claiming she was sexually harassed and is upset to find that opposing counsel is his ex-girlfriend; the firm is stymied by an attorney who claims to be Denny Cranes son.
Episode: 002 | Aired: October 10, 2004
Shore represents a former lover who tried to kill him and is now fighting for release from a mental institution; Crane behaves strangely during a case, prompting the partners to look for an excuse to get rid of him.
Episode: 001 | Aired: October 03, 2004
A partner arrives at the office wearing no pants; Shore meets with an African-American woman who claims her daughter was passed over for a role in Annie because of the color of her skin; a client wants to hire a private investigator to tail his cheating wife, but Denny advises against it; sparks fly between Brad and Sally when they represent a mom fighting her ex over a custody issue.