Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Possession Is Nine-tenths of the Law Firm

Last night CBS introduced us to Alex Rose, played by Jenna Elfman, in "Courting Alex." Alex works in her father's law firm.

Now think back to September 2001 when CBS introduced us to Nick Fallin, played by Simon Baker, in "The Guardian." Nick worked in his father's law firm.

Could Alex Rose and Nick Fallin be half-siblings? Dabney Coleman does portray the father in both series.

Let's stay with this general legal theme. Can you match the following law firms with their respective TV series?
Series NameLaw Firm
1."Ally McBeal" (Fox, 1997)a.Bennett, Rheinhart & Alquist
2."Boston Legal" (ABC, 2004)b.Cash, Fish & Associates
3."Century City" (CBS, 2004)c.Crane, Constable, McNeil & Montero
4."Civil Wars" (ABC, 1991)d.Crane, Poole & Schmidt
5."Family Law" (CBS, 1999)e.Donnell, Young, Dole & Frutt
6."First Years" (NBC, 2001)f.Guilford, Levinson & Howell
7."Kaz" (CBS, 1978)g.Hoberman, Spain, McPherson & O'Donnell
8."L.A. Law" (NBC, 1986)h.Holt & Associates
9."The Practice" (ABC, 1997)i.Lyon, LaCrosse & Levine
10."The Lyon's Den" (NBC, 2003)j.McKenzie, Brackman, Chaney & Kusak


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