Ally McBeal

Season 5 Episode 17

Love Is All Around (2)

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Aired Unknown Apr 15, 2002 on FOX
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Love Is All Around (2)
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The judge forbids the lawyers to interfere on Claire's engagement, and her fiancée decides to call the wedding off. Devastated, Claire goes to Ally for help. Ally is still shaken with the memory of Larry, and isn't sure of her feelings for Victor anymore. In the middle of that there's Todd, whom Ally turned down as an attorney, but who asked her out on a date. He gets on her nerves and they fight a lot. On their date, Ally confronts Victor and tries to pick a fight with him. John and Nelle try to settle upon their imminent lost in court, but Liza has now lowered her offer. John is furious and decides to take her down.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Matthew Perry

    Matthew Perry

    Attorney Todd Merrick

    Guest Star

    Loudon Wainwright III

    Loudon Wainwright III

    Jerome Trouper

    Guest Star

    Alicia Coppola

    Alicia Coppola

    Holly Richardson

    Guest Star

    Jon Bon Jovi

    Jon Bon Jovi

    Victor Morrison

    Recurring Role

    Christina Ricci

    Christina Ricci

    Liza "Lolita" Bump

    Recurring Role

    Albert Hall

    Albert Hall

    Judge Seymore Walsh

    Recurring Role

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      • Featured Music:
        "You're the First, the Last, My Everything" by Barry White
        "Hey There Lonely Girl" by Vonda Shepard
        "Cielito Lindo" by Peter MacNicol & Mariachi band
        "Mexico Lindo" by Mariachi band
        "Going the Distance" by Conti
        "In the Still Of the Night (I'll Remember)" by Vonda Shepard
        "John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt" hummed by Peter MacNicol
        "Turn Around Look At Me" by Vonda Shepard
        "Never Never Gonna Give You Up" by Barry White
        "Jump Shout Boogie" by Loudon Wainwright and the Ikettes
        "Something Stupid" by Dame Edna Everage and Loudon Wainwright
        "A Certain Smile" by Vonda Shepard

      • Two days after the airing of this episode, creator/executive producer David E. Kelley announced that this season would be the show's last, and the season finale would now become series finale.

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