Alan Shore helps Denny Crane defend himself in court when he is sued for firing an associate for being fat; and Whitney Rome and Katie Lloyd take on a murder case in which the DA plans to use a functional MRI as evidence to prove that the accused former cop is a racist.
Meanwhile, Carl Sack represents Clarence Bell when he sues an online site for posting an unflattering video of him as "Clarice"; Jerry is overcome with anxiety when he feels it's time to give his very first kiss to former client Leigh a fellow Asperger's syndrome sufferer and objectophile whom he's been dating; and Alan mulls over the thought of having a real, adult relationship with Lorraine Weller.
original airdate--November 13,2007 rating--11.4 million
music--Theme Song--"Babylon" by David Gray
Goof: When the verdict comes in, Judge Weldon asks the defense to please rise. She's supposed to ask only the defendant to rise - it's up to the defense lawyers as to whether or not they will rise as well.