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The new season continues in various dramatic events as Ling and Nelly are still thinking about their future, while Ally seems to be carrying a dream about Raymond and Glenn. In this period, some believe that it is a sign that they will lose the state of the phone company, while Glenn sees it as a secret attraction to Ally which could be a real reason for changing reality for him which is something that many do not understand.
The show is seriously over-heating. What was once zany has been upped several notches and passed through the stratosphere of absurdity... Yet even when dreadfully surreal, Ally McBeal still entertains as it explodes in self-ridicule.
Ally McBeal, in her final unsurprising swansong, is a disturbing and humour-deficient parody of herself. The appointment of the very talented Dame Edna Everage to a role is ill-conceived, and recycling of scripts is frankly unforgivable.
This legal dramedy (two words that don't necessarily seem like they'd go together) gave us a protagonist both messy and motivated, imperfect and interesting in ways that had rarely been explored on television
The problem with a show that made a name for itself with flights of fancy is that those flights tend to get higher, longer and more fanciful until the show spins out of orbit. And "Ally" left Earth behind some time ago.
On Ally McBeal, the characters' cuteness and narcissism are tiring. The once-amusing comedy wants to coast by on whimsy, and the results are just too precious. Rather than being screwball comedy, the results are simply screwy.