Season 4, Episode 5: The Last Virgin

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Aired: Monday, November 20, 2000

Rating: 7.8/11

Director Bill D'elia, Unit Production Manager Jack Philbrick, First Assistant Director Allen G. Di Gioia, and Second Assistant Directors Nancy P. Townsend, Jodie Thomas and Alicia Lewis were nominated for a Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series for 2000.

This is Bill D'Elia's first DGA Award nomination.


Full synopsis by Josh

Review by Josh

Written by David E. Kelley
Directed by Bill D'elia

Guest starring
Albert Hall as Judge Walsh
Kevin Cooney as Pederson
Jami Gertz as Kimmy Bishop
Greta Sesheta as foreperson
Renee Goldsberry, Vatrena King, Melanie Taylor as singers
Featured music
"Everybody Loves a Lover," originally by Doris Day, performed by Vonda (opening song)
"Going the Distance" by Conti (The Biscuit's Bells)
"Cupid/I've Loved You For a Long Time," by The Spinners, performed by Vonda and Lisa Nicole Carson
"Isn't it Romantic?" by Rodgers & Hart, performed by Vonda (right before Ally & Larry's non-kiss)
"I Gotcha" by Joe Tex (Fish in the mirror)
"Love Machine" by The Miracles (Fish in the mirror)
"It's not Unusual" by Tom Jones (Fish in the mirror)
"Try to Remember" from the musical "The Fantasticks," written by Jones and Schmidt, performed by Vonda Shepard (right before Ally & Larry's first real kiss)
"For Once in My Life," written by Miller/Murden, performed by Vonda (ending song)

What was up with that necklace Lisa Nicole Carson was wearing when she sang at the bar?

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