Ally McBeal (1997–2002)
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Do You Wanna Dance? 

After having cybersex with a stranger she met online, Ally arranges to meet her "lover" face-to-face; a man sues his best friend for sleeping with his wife.

Director:

Michael Lange

Writers:

David E. Kelley (created by), David E. Kelley
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Calista Flockhart ... Ally McBeal
Courtney Thorne-Smith ... Georgia Thomas
Greg Germann ... Richard Fish
Lisa Nicole Carson ... Renee Raddick
Jane Krakowski ... Elaine Vassal
Vonda Shepard ... Vonda Shepard
Portia de Rossi ... Nelle Porter
Lucy Liu ... Ling Woo
Peter MacNicol ... John Cage
Gil Bellows ... Billy Thomas (credit only)
James Le Gros ... Mark Albert
Tim Dutton ... Brian Selig
Albert Hall ... Judge Seymore Walsh
James Denton ... Jimmy Bender (as Jamie Denton)
Tom McCarthy ... Peter Hanks (as Thomas McCarthy)
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Storyline

Ally has donned an Internet persona to meet a man on-line and when she and Mark are in court, Ally thinks her Internet lover is the prosecuting attorney. But when the virtual sex turns into a real date, she finds herself arrested for statutory rape. Meanwhile, Nelle pleads her case to be made partner but John thinks she's a rich, elitist, ice queen snob, and Richard has done the math but the numbers don't work out. Written by napierslogs

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Certificate:

TV-14

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becoming addicted to Ally
15 July 2011 | by adelaidetaylorSee all my reviews

This episode (Do you wanna dance?) has me hooked...I never watched Ally when it was on live...I started to record it just for fun and found myself enamored of the characters and quirky plots, but this episode was laugh out loud funny...with clever dialog...double entendres, and fabulous ensemble acting...and now I am really addicted to the show.I am amazed at the incredible number of outstanding actors who appeared in the episodes over the years. I am actually glad I didn't watch the series in real time, because now I get to fast forward the commercials and Ally becomes more of a "HBO" series with no annoying interruptions, creating comedic and dramatic "flow" that contributes to the overall mood of each entertaining episode.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 May 2000 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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