Boston Legal 1/10 "Cancer Man Can"

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  1. SparkleMotion

    SparkleMotion New Member

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    I don't have any recollection of that. Unless it was Denny being his typically insulting, arrogant self in one of his frequent conflicts with Paul.
     
  2. IndyJones1023

    IndyJones1023 Auteur

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    Ditto.
     
  3. gtadell

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    Yes, they mentioned Thomas Edison and Ben Franklin as well as having something similar. (It was in Tuesday's episode on 1/17/06)
     
  4. dswallow

    dswallow Save the ModeratŠ¾r TCF Club

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    It's a popular belief; whether true or not you'd have to ask Bill.

    Do a Google search on "bill gates aspergers"
     
  5. busyba

    busyba The Funcooker

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    I can't recall the episode, I just remember watching a scene in one of the (first season, I think) episodes and suddenly going, "Oh! So I guess he's supposed to be gay." The conversation was a fairly benign one, nothing in it that would warrant an attack by a character. I think it was a scene with Denny and Paul having a friendly conversation on the balcony (like Denny and Alan have now) reminiscing about the early days of their friendship.

    Maybe "strongly suggested" was an exaggeration on my part... it was more like "subtly hinted at". It was only subtext, but at the time I thought it to be unmistakable.

    Is there a online resource somewhere that would have episode transcripts? If you can point me to one, I'm sure I could eventually find the dialogue in question.
     
  6. SparkleMotion

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    I'm sure there are fan sites that, assuming the subtext was there, would have had discussions about it. It's unlikely there are full-episode transcripts out there, though.
     

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