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This wasn't the only time Kelley was guilty of this --- although characters from The Practice and Ally McBeal crossed over, there is an episode of Ally in which characters watch The Practice! (The scene they are watching is about Ellenor and the infamous "head in a bag)".
In one scene, a witness said she was watching Boston Public on television. But how could that be when characters from that series were featured in an earlier episode of this show? To The Practice characters, they would not be fictional characters on some TV show. This was really nothing more than a shameless ploy on David E. Kelly's part to promote his new series.
Zoe Frutt is the name of Ellenor's daughter. Oy.
At the end of this episode, Bobby visits an unconscious Rebecca's hospital room to tell her that Lindsay has given birth and then says "you're a godmother, Bec." The majority of this episode has focused on Rebecca being a Jehovah's Witness and we know that Bobby is Catholic. A Jehovah's Witness cannot be a godparent for a Catholic child as the godparent of a Catholic child must be a confirmed Catholic.
One of the actors from Boston Public appeared as their character on this episode of the Practice. The only problem is he had appeared previously on the Practice as a judge in California. The one who always said "MassaCHOOSE-ettes!"
Previously, there is a shot in the credits of Bobby, Ellenor, Lindsay and Eugene walking side by side, in a "going-to-war" kind of stance. This shot is replaced by one of the whole firm, walking in the same "going-to-war" stance.