Ally McBeal

Season 4 Episode 1

Sex, Lies and Second Thoughts

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Aired Unknown Oct 23, 2000 on FOX
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Brian asks Ally to move in with him, but she questions the entire relationship mostly because their sex life is lackluster. She turns to Renée and a new therapist, who has oddly taken over Tracy's office, for advice. The therapist is weirdly understanding of her problems. She eventually decides to break up with Brian. Then she learns the new therapist isn't really a therapist at all, but a lawyer. Sparks fly between them nonetheless. At the firm, Cage and Fish represent a woman who wants her six-year-marriage annulled because she suspects her husband married her for her money. The woman, who is unattractive, says she and her husband were always great friends and she believed he just had no interest in sex. However, after she catches him cheating on her with a model, she changes her mind about him.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Michael Weatherly

    Michael Weatherly

    Wayne Keebler

    Guest Star

    Audrey Wasilewski

    Audrey Wasilewski

    Maureen Ringer

    Guest Star

    Ken Lerner

    Ken Lerner

    Attorney Dick Raditz

    Guest Star

    Tim Dutton

    Tim Dutton

    Attorney Brian Selig

    Recurring Role

    Sy Smith

    Sy Smith

    Ikette #1

    Recurring Role

    Vatrena King

    Vatrena King

    Ikette #2

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (6)

      • Larry: The reason men go into relationships is for sex. They get
        married so they get to keep having it over and over again without wasting time
        on dinner and flowers and if it only lasts five minutes, why are you falling
        asleep at all? You should be lying awake wondering what the hell is wrong!

      • Larry: I have a slight problem with your lament on prioritising sex as you come in here wafting of vanilla wearing a $2000 outfit designed to punctuate every contour of your body looking very much like the women in the magazines except I don't have the luxury of turning the page. As for locating self-worth in physical appearance, I'm sure there's a mirror somewhere in your little Prada purse, and as much as you might hate the idea of being the object of a man's desires, what you truly loathe is the idea that one day you might not be. And the questions burning deep deep DEEP down to the lip gloss is... Has that day already arrived?
        Ally: You are the biggest ass I have ever met!
        Larry: Perhaps this is where you kiss it goodbye.

      • Ally (to Larry): I am sorry that I called you the biggest ass I've ever met. I'm sure that there is at least one bigger, I just can't remember.

      • Ally: Do you think Brian is a little... dull?
        Renée: Honestly?
        Ally: Of course.
        Renée: He's so dull I've lost interest in the question.

      • Elaine: There's very very few decent guys out there, and in this day of sexually transmitted diseases, the odds of landing one become even tougher.
        Ally: I don't follow.
        Elaine: They're all wearing condoms. It's harder to trap them by getting pregnant.

      • Brian: Ally McBeal, will you... move in with me?

    • NOTES (2)

      • Featured Music:
        "Going the Distance" by Conti
        "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?" by Lisa Nicole Carson & Vonda Shepard
        "What Kind of Fool Do You Think I Am?" by Lisa Nicole Carson
        "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" by Vonda Shepard
        "You're the First, the Last, My Everything" by Barry White
        "We're All Alone" by Vonda Shepard

      • Robert Downey Jr. (Larry Paul) and James LeGros (Mark Albert) are added to the opening credits.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

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