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  The Practice - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A deeply sensitive and compassionate man, Bobby often struggled with his conscience as he was forced to walk the line between his personal moral principles, and his ethical obligations to his clients.
Bobby Donnell, who was still young and inexperienced at the time, believed his client was guilty and didn't try to reverse the sentence.
With the departure of Bobby, Lindsay and Rebecca, it was renamed Young, Frutt and Berluti.
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 BRING ME THE VAMPIRE
McDermott died a mysterious death, and both Harold and Bobby are determined to investigate.
McDermott explains the situation: he faked his death in order to trap his corrupt lawyer in a plot to swindle the millionaire's inheritance for himself.
The subplot, in which McDermott's creepy brother Julius tries to convince the heirs he is an evil vampire out for their blood, and additionally tries to subvert McDermott's spirit, are odd premises that take this film out of the light horror-comedy motif, and drop it right into the dark gothic fantasy genre.
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 News-Sentinel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
During the 1930s and 1940s, Bobby McDermott was the most dominating basketball player on the planet.
McDermott was voted the greatest basketball player of all time by coaches and managers in the National Basketball League in 1945.
McDermott led the Pistons in scoring for five straight years before he was traded during the 1947-48 season to the Chicago Gears.
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 Robert "Bobby" McDermott Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The dazzling McDermott, who was voted the "Greatest Player of All-Time" in 1946 by NBL coaches, players and sports editors, had the raw athletic ability to score from anywhere inside halfcourt.
McDermott, the only basketball player to lead three leagues (ABL, NYSL, NBL) in scoring and the only pro basketball player/coach to guide two teams to championships, was annually among the NBL's leading scorers.
In 1954, he was voted the "greatest Fort Wayne Zollner player of all time." McDermott was considered by many to be the dominant player in basketball from the mid-1930s to the late 1940s.
www.hoophall.com /halloffamers/McDermott.htm   (489 words)

  
 A Tribute to Bobby Warns | Counting Our Blessings
Bobby and Erin will be having a baby in May of 2005 (Payton Elizabeth Robert Warns – born 5-05-05).
Because Bobby and Erin have a baby on the way, we wanted to preserve the memory of Bobby's funeral and the dignity in which he was remembered.
The dignity and honor that they gave to Bobby while he was in Iraq and at his funeral was awe-inspiring.
www.bobbywarns.com /blessings.html   (1599 words)

  
 No Agenda :: Jim McDermott Archives
McDermott, D-Wash., leaked to The New York Times and other news organizations a tape of a 1996 cell phone call The call included discussion by Gingrich, R-Ga., and other House GOP leaders about a House ethics committee investigation of Gingrich.
A lawyer for McDermott had argued that his actions were allowed under the First Amendment, and said a ruling against him would have "a huge chilling effect" on reporters and newsmakers alike.
McDermott's role in leaking the tape, the congressman resigned from the ethics panel.
www.noagenda.org /democrats/jim_mcdermott   (1194 words)

  
 Lawyers You Can Trust? Almost - New York Times
Bobby is played by Dylan McDermott, whose resemblance to a downtrodden lawyer ends with his dreamboat looks.
The client Bobby advises tonight is a 17-year-old girl who admits she hid cocaine to protect her brother.
Bobby thinks she ought to take the cushy plea bargain instead of risking 15 years in prison for drug possession, but the girl insists she is innocent.
query.nytimes.com /gst/fullpage.html?res=9C07E1DC1630F937A35750C0A961958260   (645 words)

  
 - NCAA Sports.com
Doneger and McDermott made it 5-1 with back-to-back goals just 18 seconds apart midway through the quarter and Benson's second goal of the game with 2:14 remaining in the second quarter made the halftime score 6-1.
McDermott jump-started the game-ending run with his third goal of the game less than four minutes into the final quarter.
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 The Practice | PopMatters Television Review
The focus is on Bobby (Dylan McDermott), a faithful Catholic who feels put upon as all around him shake their heads about the terrible molesting priests.
Bobby feels Eugene and Ellenor do their client a disservice by not taking the settlement and a subsequent, higher offer.
While Bobby is pondering his relationship to the Church and the state of the priesthood, Lindsey and Jamie Stringer (Jessica Capshaw), are handling a very different and initially ridiculous case.
popmatters.com /tv/reviews/p/practice-030109.shtml   (1154 words)

  
 Dylan McDermott
In 1985, McDermott was spotted by an agent in his debut performance in Biloxi Blues on Broadway.
The following year he was cast in the dysfunctional-family comedy, Home for the Holidays but it was his role as defense lawyer Bobby Donnell in the hour-long TV drama, The Practice, that his second-class status finally changed.
McDermott lives in Los Angeles with his actress wife, Shiva Afshar, and their young daughter, Colette.
www.tribute.ca /all_actors/bios/2571.htm   (283 words)

  
 MSN - News - Judge Issues Warrant for Bobby Brown   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Brown's local attorney told the judge that the singer became ill and was taken to a hospital in Atlanta, but was unable to provide proof, said Patrick McDermott, the court's Register of Probate.
McDermott said the judge might have postponed the hearing if there had been documentation of the illness.
McDermott said Brown has failed to make payments to an educational trust for those two children, had not proven his source of income, and had not made the latest monthly child support payment by the 5 p.m.
entertainment.msn.com /music/article.aspx?news=192657>1=6657   (352 words)

  
 CD Baby: BOBBY BELFRY: Imperfect Rhymes
Bobby and Chris Marlowe (Nancy LaMott, Kathie Lee Gifford) wrote most of the songs on the CD, which is rounded out with music written by David Friedman (Barry Manilow, Diana Ross), Rick Jensen, and the Kirkland/Harris penned jazz standard, "Cloudburst".
Bobby has also appeared on national television on "The Morning Blend", a news/talk show on MSNBC, and is a frequent guest on WOR Radio's The Joey Reynolds Show, whose theme song, penned by Bobby, is played for an audience of 5 million listeners, nightly.
Filmmaker, Victor Mignatti (Broadway Damage, The Real World) has included Bobby in his documentary "Sweet Inspiration", which follows the careers of diverse artists in the music industry (including the legendary "Sweet Inspirations"!) by weaving their music-filled stories, exploring the relationship between faith and persistence to longevity and the process of making music against all odds.
cdbaby.com /cd/bobbybelfry   (493 words)

  
 McDermott - Biographies - Bobby R. Burchfield
Bobby R. Burchfield is a partner in the law firm of McDermott Will and Emery LLP based in the Firm’s Washington, D.C. office.
Bobby has practiced in the area of complex corporate litigation since 1981.
FEC in the United States Supreme Court, Bobby has argued a dozen appellate cases, before four different U.S. Courts of Appeals, the D.C. Court of Appeals, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, and the Louisiana Court of Appeals.
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 Dylan McDermott: The Practice on WCHS-TV8, On Your Side
Born in Connecticut and raised in New York City, Dylan McDermott first developed an interest in acting in high school, due partly to the encouragement of his stepmother, Eve Ensler.
Earning his drama degree at Fordham University, McDermott joined the prestigious Neighborhood Playhouse in New York, where he seized the chance to study under acting legend Sanford Meisner.
McDermott currently maintains residences with his wife and daughter in both New York and Los Angeles.
www.wchstv.com /abc/thepractice/dylanmcdermott.shtml   (200 words)

  
 Zap2it - TV news - McDermott Takes One More 'Practice' Swing
Dylan McDermott, the show's lead until last spring's budget-driven cast shakeup, will make a guest appearance on the penultimate episode of the series, scheduled for Sunday, May 2.
The network's description of the show, however, seems to imply that McDermott's Bobby Donnell may play a role in breaking up what remains of his old firm.
McDermott, who won a Golden Globe and was nominated for an Emmy in 1999 for playing Donnell, left the show at the end of last season along with several other regulars.
tv.zap2it.com /tveditorial/tve_main/1,1002,271|87684|1|,00.html   (276 words)

  
 Fans Of Reality TV - The Practice: season finale: May 5 (9-11 ET)
Meanwhile, unexpected feelings arise when Eugene and Jamie work together to defend a pregnant woman who was the victim of spousal abuse and now stands accused of murder, and Claire and Jimmy defend a client who is suing a HUD housing complex for negligence.
Bobby drops a bombshell on the firm in the second episode - "Goodbye" (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) - when he announces his resignation and appoints Eugene as senior partner.
Meanwhile, Jimmy and Rebecca defend a man who is accused of killing his sister-in-law, with an unexpected twist, and Eugene and Jamie's newfound feelings begin to develop into a relationship.
www.fansofrealitytv.com /forums/printthread.php?t=7875   (631 words)

  
 Dylan McDermott @ Filmbug
Golden Globe winner and Emmy nominee Dylan McDermott is perhaps best known for his role as idealistic defense attorney Bobby Donnell in David E. Kelley's Emmy Award-winning series The Practice.
McDermott's extensive film work includes the Warner Brothers' comedy, THREE TO TANGO, also starring Neve Campbell and Matthew Perry; TEXAS RANGERS, opposite James Van Der Beek for Dimension Films; HAMBURGER HILL, STEEL MAGNOLIAS and the Jodie Foster-directed HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS, opposite Holly Hunter and Robert Downey Jr.
McDermott received accolades for his role as Clint Eastwood's secret service partner in Wolfgang Petersen's 1993 IN THE LINE OF FIRE.
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 USATODAY.com - Judge issues warrant for Bobby Brown   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Judge Paula Carey issued the warrant on Wednesday morning, said Patrick McDermott, the court's Register of Probate.
McDermott said a local counsel for Brown told the court the singer became ill en route to catch a flight to Boston and was taken to a hospital in Atlanta, but neither she nor court officials were able to get confirmation.
Brown was also jailed for a day in March 2004 after he failed to pay $63,000 he owed Ward.
www.usatoday.com /life/people/2005-06-01-brown-warrant_x.htm   (355 words)

  
 Tuesday
Thus original cast members McDermott (Bobby Donnell), Lara Flynn Boyle (Helen Gamble), Kelli Williams (Lindsay Dole) and Lisa Gay Hamilton (Rebecca Washington), along with more recent additions Marla Sokoloff (Lucy Hatcher) and Chyler Leigh (Clare Wyatt), have been downsized.
No one expected Bobby to leave forever, especially since five of the six slashed cast members, excluding Flynn Boyle, appeared at the ABC upfront presentation last week.
McDermott will return for a four-episode stint to begin the season and, of course, fill in the holes left by the mass exodus.
www.medialifemagazine.com /news2003/may03/may19/2_tues/news2tuesday.html   (676 words)

  
 The Practice: What Child is This? - TV.com
Bobby and Jimmy employ the firm's notorious "Plan B" strategy in a last-ditch effort to save a client accused of raping and murdering his teen-aged stepdaughter.
Bobby makes a case that the client's wife is actually the murderer, and the accused client is declared not guilty.
McDermott plays a cool lawyer, trying to trick the woman.
www.tv.com /practice/what-child-is-this/episode/33449/summary.html   (356 words)

  
 B Dazzler 1
Cast alongside Farnham (as Bobby Farrell) were Olivia Hamnett as Della McDermott, the new manager, and Maurie Fields as Fred Farrell, the errant father.
Bobby replies that his father will only be staying for another night - or two, and smiles.
The series was produced by Marie Trevor, the pilot being produced by Henry Crawford, and Directors of the series were Marie Trevor and John Jacob, the pilot being directed by Marie Trevor and Ian Crawford.
www.classicaustraliantv.com /bdazzler.htm   (1593 words)

  
 TELEVISION REVIEW; Ally McBeal Teams Up With Less Flitty Lawyers - New York Times
Bobby thinks Fish is a dangerous amateur, who announces to television reporters why their client could not have taken the ax to her husband: ''Marie Hanson is a rich woman.
Bobby uses every ruthless tactic he can to defend their client, in a strategy that comes to involve her psychiatrist and even the relevance of Lizzie Borden.
The subplot is at least as engaging as the murder trial, with Bobby's colleague Ellenor (Camryn Manheim) unknowingly dating a crooked chiropractor, while others in the firm are involved in a sting to reveal his insurance-fraud scam.
query.nytimes.com /gst/fullpage.html?res=9C03E1DA113FF934A15757C0A96E958260   (878 words)

  
 1964 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
February 7 - The Beatles land in New York City.
February 9 - The Beatles and Richard Terrance McDermott, U.S.A. gold medalist and world record-breaker, make their first appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show.
February 9 - The 1964 Winter Olympics conclude.
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 The Practice: Pilot - TV.com
Ellenor then went on to back Bobby up as second chair in the defense of Rachel Reynolds, which became the principal trial of the hour.
In the Reynolds case, we saw Bobby Donnell under maximum pressure, terrified by having to defend seventeen year-old Rachel Reynolds on a cocaine possession charge that would have sent her to prison for a minimum of fifteen years.
He was able to coax an acquittal out of a case in which the state proved that Rachel had custody and control of over a hundred thousand dollars worth of street-packaged cocaine which she was frantically stuffing into a pillow case when she was arrested.
www.tv.com /practice/pilot/episode/2495/summary.html   (565 words)

  
 Bobby McDermott
Bobby McDermott’s 47/48 Sheboygan Redskins warm up jacket.
This jacket is one of the prettiest warm up jackets ever and believed to be worn by the great Bobby McDermott.
McDermott is one of the greatest players of the 1940’s and a Hall of Famer.
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 Being Good Bobby Brown - Sep 08, 2005 - E! Online News
Three months after rating an arrest warrant for not showing, the oft-arrested, frequently AWOL entertainer was present and accounted for at a child-support hearing in Norfolk Probate and Family Court in Canton, Massachusetts.
The former New Edition standout likely was pleased to report that he had contributed, as ordered, $132,000 to a college fund for his two children by Ward, and that he was set to make a final installment of $43,750 in November.
Brown just wrapped the first season of Bravo's Being Bobby Brown, his unvarnished reality series which costars La Princia and Bobby Jr., as well as wife Whitney Houston and their daughter, Bobbi Kristina.
www.eonline.com /News/Items/0,1,17325,00.html?rssceleb   (499 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Jury out after 'Practice' fires 7 of cast   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
McDermott, along with Lara Flynn Boyle, Kelli Williams, Lisa Gay Hamilton, Marla Sokoloff, Chyler Leigh and Bill Smitrovich, were fired late Monday in the wake of ABC's last-minute renewal of the show for an eighth season at half its former price tag.
McDermott has agreed to appear in four episodes next fall.
But the cut-rate deal included no promise that the current cast would return, and ABC was caught by surprise at the extent of the cast cuts.
www.usatoday.com /life/television/news/2003-05-20-practice_x.htm   (489 words)

  
 The Practice on WCHS-TV8, On Your Side
Leading the team is head partner Bobby Donnell (Dylan McDermott), a suave, astute attorney whose good looks take second chair to his adeptness and ardor in the courtroom.
Yet while relentless on the job, Bobby has surrendered his heart to Lindsay Dole (Kelli Williams), his partner in the practice and in life.
Fatherhood prompted Bobby to take a closer look at his priorities and the consequences of his actions, an introspection that remains in progress.
www.wchstv.com /abc/thepractice   (518 words)

  
 Pushing the envelopes - Salon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
McDermott is an unlikely, but fascinating, father figure on "The Practice." As the founder of his law firm, McDermott's Bobby Donnell has to make the decisions for his squabbling brood.
I'm nominating McDermott's burly castmate, Harris, as a lead actor, not a supporting actor.
And Harris brings a quiet passion to his role as an idealistic guy who can't figure out whether his loyalties should belong to the fl community, to the law or to the dollar.
dir.salon.com /story/ent/col/mill/1999/07/19/emmys/index.xml?pn=2   (901 words)

  
 Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide
Debbie’s brother Bobby was eight months older than she was.
But then Bobby went away to junior high school and I didn’t see him for a while.
Bobby doesn’t even look at me. He gets on his bicycle and rides away.
glreview.com /issues/11.1/Cohen_11.1.php   (2626 words)

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