The Practice/Race Ipsa Loquitor

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Race Ipsa Loquitor
Season 4, Episode 15
Airdate February 20, 2000
Production Number 4P15
Written by David E. Kelley
Directed by Alex Graves
Produced by Gary M. Strangis
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Race Ipsa Loquitor is the fifteenth episode of the fourth season of The Practice, and the seventy-second episode overall.

Starring: Dylan McDermott (Bobby Donnell), Michael Badalucco (Jimmy Berluti), Lisa Gay Hamilton (Rebecca Washington), Steve Harris (Eugene Young), Camryn Manheim (Ellenor Frutt), Marla Sokoloff (Lucy Hatcher), Kelli Williams (Lindsay Dole)

and Lara Flynn Boyle (A.D.A. Helen Gamble)

Guest Starring: Henry Winkler (Dr. Henry Olson), Ken Howard (Raynsford Bradford), Jason Kravits (A.D.A. Richard Bay), John Cassini (Clyde Miller), Ted Shackelford (Dr. Lawrence Stiles), Brooks Almy (Julie Riley), Robert David Hall (Judge Bradley Michaelson), Tony Amendola (Dr. Emmanuel Wills), Debra Mooney (Judge P. Spindle), Kathleen Lloyd (Allison Olson)

and Charles Cioffi (Judge Walter Kimball)

Co-Starring: John Demy (Foreman), Louis Tucker (Probation Officer), Alicia-Lee (Clerk), Jason Rudofsky (Reporter #1), Keni Marie (Reporter #2), Kathryn White (Receptionist)

Contents

Plot Overview

Notes

  • Henry Winkler as Dr. Henry Olson the dentist has took the polygraph and then he passed. The Commonwealth no longer believes he committed a crime for the murder of a woman Sandra Poole at the dentist all it was his late son Steven Olson, he committed suicide by hanging himself with a noose around his neck at home all because of Bobby Donnell. And Clyde Miller has killed the Jewish rabbi with a baseball bat, he will succeed to take Henry Olson's place at Richard Bay's side. He is the D.A. Murder two. Clyde Miller is in jail. And Henry Olson shouldn't be. Jimmy Berluti do what he has to do. A.D.A. Richard Bay will ask Judge Kimball to grant a full pardon for a new trial. Henry Olson has granted a full free and absolute pardon by the honorable Judge Walter Kimball and the conviction has set aside. And he is reunited with his wife Allison. He is coming home. He gives thanks to Jimmy Berluti and Bobby Donnell. This is for the first time on The Practice since Earl Williams a free man from L.A. Law in Season 4 Episode 15 Blood, Sweat and Fears in 1990.

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes