So Bobby's firm's doors are finally closed for good. Eugene almost has a heart attack when his first case has Alan representing the defendant, Eugene recuses himself from the case very hastily. The case was just a springboard for David E. Kelley to get more of his views on the Iraqi situation out in the open. Jamie goes to work with Jimmy (stays an associate because Jimmy's partner is still a bit on the violent side, and she passes on the partnership offer.) Eleanor is just going to take some time off and be a mom. Alan pushes Tara away, and seems to be gravitating towards Sally. Sally made the mistake of giving Hannah some pot to help her with the pain cause by getting punched by Eleanor in the last episode. Sally got put on case filing duty for a week. The last scene had Bobby sitting in the old firm's conference room, with tears almost welling up in his eyes. The spin-off show's name will be "Fleet Street" and it'll carry over William Shatner, James Spader, Rhona Mitra, and Lake Bell. Don't know if Rebecca Demornay will be on the show next fall. Not all that keen on the new name. I think they should have just called it "Denny Crane".