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    Before he was a lawyer he was TJ HOOKER
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    I just snorted a whole mouth full of iced tea out my nose and all over my desk. Thanks alot.
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    Thats some funny stuff thanks for posting

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    Totally awesome!

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    Man, the look in his eyes was PRICELESS!

    BG: How about I blow your brains out?

    DK: That doesn't work for me.

    Love it!
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    Funny stuff!

    If you liked that vid, you'll love these:

    YouTube - Denny Crane For Persident

    YouTube - Boston Legal - Hired Guns Clip

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    Gotta love it. Beam me up, Scotty!
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    I have never seen that show ("Boston Legal"). I don't watch much TV, and being in the biz, I don't have much use for law-related shows (ESP. those of the "CSI" ilk..ugh)(I doubt Sixto watches very many cop shows, for that matter).

    But I may just have to tune in now.

    Is it still on the air?

    When?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler11B View Post
    sweet land of liberty violence, ive caught a couple of the shows, i like em. in a real standpoint he woulda been shot as soon as i saw that .45 with the hammer down
    Did he say..'Liberty Violence' or 'Liberty Valance'..(John Wayne, Jim Stewart movie)...?
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    Yep, I thought he said Liberty Valance.

    Great clip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler11B View Post
    sweet land of liberty violence, ive caught a couple of the shows, i like em. in a real standpoint he woulda been shot as soon as i saw that .45 with the hammer down
    Never watched Boston Legal. I will now!
    That was good TV.
    BTW; I believe the line was sweet land of Liberty Valance. (obscure reference of older times)
    I agree about the hammer down on a 1911. Noticed that too.
    But we had the additional viewpoint of the BG, not just Denny's view of a HUGE hole lookin' right at ya, waitin' for it to wink!
    Had he KNOWN it was down, with the proper training, ol' Denny there could've have taken it away right then with minimal risk. He had already stepped in closer to the BG while talkin' a good line, just let an opportunity get too far down the path.
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    This is one of the few videos I've enjoyed
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    The funniest thing about Boston Legal is when Denny and Alan sit outside and BS. They look at the camera and talk to the viewers about them just being on a TV show. Real Funny.

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    I agree these are awesome!! Cracks me up!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hudsonvalley View Post
    Did he say..'Liberty Violence' or 'Liberty Valance'..(John Wayne, Jim Stewart movie)...?
    I was laughing hard until I heard Liberty Valance, it was then that I lost all composer.

    Thankfully I wasn't drinking anything when that part came out, I'd have to clean alot of mess up.

    Has anyone seen the William Shatner for President clip?? When he start's pulling all these guns out at the end, it's Classic.
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