The Practice

Season 8 Episode 8

Concealing Evidence

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Nov 23, 2003 on ABC
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Concealing Evidence
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Alan Shore uses questionable, if not illegal, tactics in representing his clients — Ted Grayson, a mentally unstable man accused of murder, and Karen Evanson, a woman who claims her husband's suicide was induced by a prescription drug.

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  • This is what Boston Legal should have been like.

    9.5
    This is probably my favorite episode of the last season of The Practice. Alan Shore was the center of attention, everyone was an extra, and that worked out great.



    He represents a killer, who is clearly mentally unbalanced and facing murder charges, and a woman who's suing a pharmaceutical company for her husband's suicide. To solve both cases he commits very serious crimes.



    It is clear that Alan Shore was troubled this year. Was it a midlife crisis? His wife's death? Him being fired? We never knew, and it didn't matter all that much.



    It was so great to have, at least for one season, this great character, this corrupt lawyer with a heart of gold. Too bad we never got that again.moreless
Rhona Mitra

Rhona Mitra

Tara Wilson (season 8)

Michael Badalucco

Michael Badalucco

Jimmy Berluti (episodes 4-168, recurring previously)

Steve Harris

Steve Harris

Eugene Young

Camryn Manheim

Camryn Manheim

Ellenor Frutt

Jessica Capshaw

Jessica Capshaw

Jamie Stringer (seasons 7-8)

James Spader

James Spader

Alan Shore (season 8)

Amy Aquino

Amy Aquino

Judge Louise Moreno

Guest Star

Ron Leibman

Ron Leibman

Atty. Robert Colby

Guest Star

Lisa Sheridan

Lisa Sheridan

Karen Evanson

Guest Star

Bill Smitrovich

Bill Smitrovich

D.A. Kenneth Walsh (episodes 118-146, 157, 165, recurring previously)

Recurring Role

Herb Mitchell

Herb Mitchell

Judge Rodney White

Recurring Role

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    • The ending of this episode will have a huge impact on several episodes later in the season. Throughout the history of the show Practice, money has always been a problem since the firm usually represent criminals and take civil cases on contingency. In season 2, Bobby Donnell used to go overboard just for a case worth 1 million dollar (episode The Trial), a number very small compare the the amount Shore brought to the firm this episode.

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