William Shatner tells me the fourth season of “Boston Legal” is back in swing (with the addition of John Larroquette) and Shatner’s looking forward to yet another interesting romance on the show this year. He’s certain David E. Kelley will also conjure scripts which will have their share of political palaver in this upcoming election year. “And plenty of sex, too,” laughed Shatner who will continue with the series, “If they make me an offer I can’t refuse,” he laughs. Apart from the series, Shatner’s musical career gets added play thanks to the Milwaukee Ballet, which took five songs from his “Has Been” album and created a show which he’s filmed. And the Arkansas symphony has added to its repertoire his record of David Itkin’s music to “Exodus” with a chorus of 350 voices. And lest we forget Shatner’s ties to “Star Trek,” which will reappear in October when he says his book, “The Academy–Collision Course” is published. “It’s my unique vision of ‘Star Trek’,” he tells me.