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In the new season, Mark's girlfriend rejoins and finally reveals her secret to represent Ling and Nelle at this point. One day, a woman tries to sue a relationship expert whose advice led to the destruction of the woman's marriage, while an ally of two different men hinders the path of things. There's an ally who meets Kimmie Bishop, and her old friend faces a different path.
Creator David E. Kelley's slapstick musical paean to the modern working woman reached a pinnacle of excellence in its fourth season... a study in how to push your series' lead to her breaking point without ringing a single false note.
Fortunately, the arrival of Downey to play Flockhart's new guy provides an instant change of course that's much easier to accept... Downey brings, dare one say, sanity and stability to a series that has been revelling in inane nuttiness.
The Fox series Ally McBeal, after an offputting, oddball last season, is back in the romantic comedy groove, helped in no small part by the temporary addition of rehabbing actor Robert Downey Jr. to an already great cast.
Downey's "Ally" portrayal of lawyer Larry Paul is one of the high points of current television. He takes the romantic byplay David E. Kelly has written for Larry and Calista Flockhart's Ally and runs with it.