Saturday, April 30, 2011

Six Word Saturday #3

My life in six words
Desperately needs an Ally McBeal marathon!

Episodes on the list:
1] Season Four: Episode 23 The Wedding
Malcolm Wyatt hires Ally to take his case. He's suing a girl for not going to the prom with him after she said yes in fall. The opposing lawyer is Larry Paul, and Ally is nervous about meeting him in court. But he never shows up, and his partner Coretta tells Ally he left for Detroit. Richard hires Jane Wilco as the office's new secretary, but after she gets the cold shoulder from some people, Richard wonders what ever happened to the friendly workplace he once built. Ally talks to Billy's ghost and decides to go to Malcolm's prom as his date and convinces him to sing solo and never stop believing in love.
"Experience tells me I will love again."

2] Season Two: Episode 1 The Real World
Feeling nervous that the firm is not making enough money, Fish and Cage decide to hire another associate, a "rainmaker" who can bring in lucrative clients. They hire Nelle Porter, an attractive, late 20's litigator from a respectable firm. On her first day, Nelle manages to irritate Ally, Georgia and Elaine, but Fish and Cage seem very pleased with her. Ally defends a woman in her late-30's accused of having sex with a minor. When the boy testifies, Ally finds herself attracted to him.
"It can't last forever, of course not. But who made up the rule that the best loves do?"

3] Season Two: Episode 15 Sideshow
When we last saw Ally she was in shock over her encounter with Billy. Ally realizes her life is in crisis and that everything she does from this moment on could mean a lifetime of happiness or bitter disappointment. That's when she makes a decision not to be passive and do something about her life.
"...Love is wasted on you, Ally, cause you'll always be unhappy. That's why I left!"

4] Season One: Episode 11 Silver Bells
Three intelligent, successful and motivated adults approach Judge Whipper Cone about the possibility of getting legal representation in their quest to have the courts approve a legal, binding, three-way marriage. Fish assigns Ally and Cage to the case, knowing Ally's incurable romanticism and Cage's legal acumen is a potent combination with Whipper assigned to the case. Ally is opposed, claiming the three-way relationship is morally repugnant, but Georgia, feeling punkish around the holidays, points out that the clients' triangle isn't very different from the one in which Ally, Georgia, and Billy find themselves. Georgia accuses Billy of being more relaxed and open in their marriage ever since Ally re-entered the picture. Whipper, herself experiencing an annual bout of Holiday Blues, causes Fish to propose marriage, even though both know he really doesn't want to.
" Relationships should be in twos, or at least even numbers!"

5] Season Two: Episode 23 I Know Him By Heart
Ally's heart is broken and not by Billy or Greg. It's just one big stress fracture. She's come to the realization that there isn't anyone out there for her. She has her image of the perfect man, but is beginning to believe that he does not exist. Surprisingly, a pep talk from Fish leads Ally to become more proactive about her love life. Working on the, "you have to kiss a lot of frogs before finding Prince Charming theory", Ally decides to go on a dating frenzy. She also decides to go for a total hair and fashion makeover. Nelle is starting to become annoyed with John Cage because he seems to be the only one in the firm who understands Ally's imaginary love life. Nelle is worried that John and Ally feed off each other and now that she and John are a couple, she would really prefer her man to face life head on.
"I don't condemn you for wanting somebody to love. I guess I just reject the notion that your life is empty without a man."
"It's only half-empty"

Sounds like a perfect Saturday, as long as The Husband doesn't wake up and ruin my plans with his sports watching and boring PBS man shows!

Want to play along? All that's necessary to participate is to describe your life (or something) in a phrase using just six words. For more information, try clicking here. Feel free to explain or not explain. Add an image, a video, a song, nothing. The full list and linky can be found here. And, here's where I found it.


  1. Have fun watching your shows! Great 6WS!

  2. I've never watched Ally McBeal, but now I really want to! Enjoy your marathon ;) Hope you have a great Saturday!

  3. Ally McBeal!!!!!!!!!! OMG! I loved that show! I don't think I ever missed an episode! I hated it when it finally went off the air. I so wish i was there watching it with you! Jealous!!!

  4. I'm stopping by late...I hope you got to have your Ally Marathon.



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