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the firemen ran out of water........
Member Name: Nipples
Date: 26/07/00, updated on 26/07/00 (456 review reads)
Advantages: funny little people being american, strange law cases and a touch of sexism
Disadvantages: *ahem* ugly tree *ahem*....... maybe a little over the top
How many times do i have to say it!!!!!!! she is not good looking! the firemen ran out of water so they had to put her out with a shovel. She fell out of the UGLY tree and hit EVERY branch on the way down. i'm sorry but it's a fact. if she is cause in the right light and exact angle and she is not moaning then she don't look half bad.
now i've said my piece i will tell you of this delightful and thoroughly addictive show. This show is funny, no doubt about it. but it is a strange kind of humour, but that would fit the strange character's that litter the show. First of all our protagonist Ally (Calista Flockhart) is an emotionally unstable young lawyer, who has relationship problems, falls down A LOT and kisses other women. You would wonder why anyone watches this show from the description i just gave but, somehow, it works.
Richard Fish, one of the senior partners in the law firm ally works for, has got to be one of the funniest characters in the show. His 'fishisms' as he deems them are the touch stones of common sense in the show but yet he recieves stares from the female employees for these facts. The reason why they are so funny is because for the fact that they are right, common sense prevails but yet what he says isn't accepted by society. well you gotta see it, but all the same it's funny.
p.s. ...and yes she does look anorexic, are you people blind, i've seen monkeys, MALE MONKEYS, with big breast than she has. her upper arms tell the tale of an Ethiopian, her head is quite large to top it off so the proportions don't work either. She (Calista Flockhart) also refused to take a bite of a tiny little sandwich at a press conference when accused of being that little bit toooooooooooooooo thin.