David E. Kelley
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"David Edward Kelley" is an American television writer and television producer/producer, known as the creator of Picket Fences, Chicago Hope, The Practice, Ally McBeal, Boston Public, Boston Legal, and Harry's Law as well as several films. Kelley is one of very few screenwriters to have created shows aired on all four top commercial U.S. television networks (American Broadcasting Company/ABC, CBS, Fox Broadcasting Company/Fox & NBC).

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Hopefully, the children and their parents will realize that the whole community is serious about having the children in school.

You're looking for characters to tell particular stories, and then on top of that, you're looking for a populace that you can achieve an interaction with. We discovered that the series really wants to be a comedy more than a drama. So we are looking for characters and actors with strong comedic skills as well as dramatic skills.

Information related to that company's bid for an inspection contract under the United Nations Oil-for-Food Program.

That was never designed to be a staple of the show that we would revisit week after week after week. That was something that these two sort of brought to life, and that's a perfect example of something that they did that then informed the writers that this is a part of the show.

Mike made an accusation in closed session, and Dr. Thompson replied.

We couldn't be more excited. His comedic and dramatic strengths make him a natural for this series.

It sounds as though the city is really pitching in in support of the ordinance that the council passed to address this problem.

It's unfortunate when it happened. We felt we were just coming into a run of our best shows of the season.

Bright lights cast dark shadows when shone from only one direction.

Chemistry is not anything an executive producer or writer can orchestrate or plan; you just hope for it.

The rational individualist is not the enemy of benevolence or civility, but their truest exemplar.

In retrospect, I think it's a plus, because now we've been able to go back and spend extra time on each of those episodes and make them better.

Casting is a very inexact process. What we were missing on this show was the office politic.

The message this conviction sends to the financial community is clear: Those who adopt a 'don't ask-don't tell' approach toward the money they manage do so at their own peril.

The basis for this is that Mike feels Dr. Thompson doesn't treat him with sufficient respect.

Mike did that completely on his own. I suspect it will be a 6-1 vote to keep him.