Ally McBeal

Ally McBeal

The Complete Third Season

DVD - 2009
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In the debut season of this Emmy-winning comedy-drama, law school grad Ally McBeal (Flockhart) lands a job at an eccentric Boston law firm where her former lover, Billy (Bellows), and his new wife, Georgia (Thorne-Smith), also practice. While juggling a variety of peculiar cases, Ally contends with a stalled love life, lingering feelings for Billy and her hallucinatory flights of fancy, including an imaginary dancing baby.

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Follows the life and loves of a young Boston attorney.

Publisher: Beverly Hills, CA : Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, c2009
Branch Call Number: DVD TV ALL
Characteristics: 6 videodiscs (1035 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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Mar 28, 2017

“I always thought I was pro-woman.”
“When really you're Cro-Magnon.”

Mar 28, 2017

“Why is she here?”
“Something about making amends or getting even. I'm not sure which.”

Mar 28, 2017

“Hey, Billy. What are you doing?”
“Excellent. Love it. That's why I hired you.”

Mar 28, 2017

(discussing going off Viagra)
“We live in New England. Be a minuteman again. It's colonial.”


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Mar 28, 2017

This third season of ALLY MCBEAL ups the ante with both cases and office issues that include the acceptable degree of leniency with premarital infidelity, the spectrum of sexual fantasies, the desirable body mass index of Santa Claus, the ups and downs of antidepressants, the role of mental illness in poverty, and the humiliation suffered in an unwanted romantic advance. Ally becomes all the more the neurotic screwball that we love, John gets his Barry back, Nell shows herself to be an unapologetic elitist, Ling analyzes her bisexual dreams, Sandy regrets and then pursues a major mistake, Fish gives an awful sound bite about the attractiveness of Bostonians, Elaine becomes a mother, Billy finds a support group to dismantle, Georgia makes a move for herself for once, Renee opens up her own practice with an unlikely partner, and, for good measure, a wedding is ruined. One particular episode stands out to me, “Pursuit of Loneliness,” for showing the true colours of some otherwise likable characters, an episode that, amongst other revelations, gives Ally an opportunity to learn a great deal about her own bigoted attitudes. A fabulous guest star also appears this season that blows Ally's mind and mine as well. That's not to mention the countless other musical legends sprinkled throughout. This season is packed so full it's over the top. That's just the way I like my ALLY. I highly recommend it.

Apr 12, 2011

i'm not done with discs 5 and 6 yet but the first four have more drama than comedy, at least compared to the first two seasons. season two and the second half of season one were when david e. kelley really found his comedic momentum. and come to think of it, i haven't seen a single dancing baby in this season yet! what's up with that?

regardless, i'm still hopelessly devoted to this show. love it!!


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