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When Peter (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) is approached by an old high school crush (Traci Dinwiddie) in need, Franklin (Breckin Meyer) and Bash agree to defend the woman’s son (Devon Werkheiser) who is being threatened with expulsion given his recent article in the school paper suggesting the tampering of the prom queen vote. With the young man unwilling to retract the story or reveal his source Franklin and Bash are forced to think outside of the box to discover the truth, save the kid’s scholarship, and keep him out of jail for contempt of court.

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While working to get Infeld‘s (Malcolm McDowell) licence to practice law reinstated, and stop the bleeding caused by the number of clients jumping ship, Franklin (Breckin Meyer) and Bash (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) get stuck handling a divorce case between their client (Kate Beahan) and their pal the plastic surgeon (Willie Garson) who illegally sublets office space for them to help make ends meet. Although their case is even flimsier than usual, the discovery of a photograph of the doctor’s ex-girlfriend provides the key to victory.

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Kicking off the show’s Fourth Season, Franklin & Bash returns with some notable absences. With Rachel (Heather Locklear) moving on to greener pastures and Infeld (Malcolm McDowell) facing serious charges, control of the firm has fallen on the shoulders of Franklin (Breckin Meyer) and Bash (Mark-Paul Gosselaar). It seems the inmates are in fact now running the asylum. Along with Locklear’s exit, the premiere is also missing series regulars Dana Davis and Kumail Nanjiani as the Peter and Jared’s go-to investigator Carmen and hypochondriac helper Pindar who have both, apparently, left the show with big holes to fill.

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Franklin (Breckin Meyer) and Bash (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) try to help out an old friend (Thomas Lennon) who is charged with assault of a man the bounty hunter recently took down. To win their case against Jared’s old flame Ellen Swatello (Rhea Seehorn), Peter gets shot point-blank with a bean-bag gun in court (but only after Jared chickens out). Although the stunt may get their friend cleared of the assault charges, to save his license Peter and Jared go to work as bounty hunters in an attempt to take down the man (Hart Bochner) responsible for all their friend’s woes.

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Franklin (Breckin Meyer) and Bash (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) are on the case when Peter’s mother (Jane Seymour) is charged with prostitution while working as a sex surrogate (in Peter’s childhood bedroom). Things are further complicated when Jared sleeps with the Assistant D.A. (Rhea Seehorn) assigned to the case, who despises both Franklin and Bash, the night before the trial begins and the discovery the driving force to push for criminal charges of not only prostitution but also pimping against Peter’s mother comes from the pair’s old enemy ADA Brad Hewett (Brian Howe).

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Nudity! Magic! And the law! The show’s Third Season opens with Franklin (Breckin Meyer) and Bash (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) humiliated on live television by Rachel King (Heather Locklear) who they later discover Infeld (Malcolm McDowell) has taken on as a new partner for the firm, making her their new boss (although the reasons for this new partnership are never truly explained). The show returns without Hanna (Garcelle Beauvais), who we are told took a job at another firm, and Karp (Reed Diamond) has one foot out the door. Although he has second thoughts when Rachel offers to help him with his campaign to become a judge beginning with some advice concerning what to do about a potentially damaging video tape of the lawyer masturbating on camera for a medical study.

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After skipping the morning partners meeting Jared (Breckin Meyer) and Peter (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) find themselves defending a chop shop mechanic (Gino Anthony Pesi) who brutally beat several other members of the crew in self-defense after the others refused to let him leave to start a new life and save a witness (Colleen Foy) to one of the crew’s robberies. Besides having almost no legal merit to stand on things get even trickier when an Assistant D.A. (Brian Howe) with a grudge against Peter, and plans on running for District Attorney, takes over the high profile case.

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In the space of a handful of minutes Franklin (Breckin Meyer) and Bash (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) go from arguing a case in front of Judge Kohler (Don McManus) to defending him when the judge is served and removed from the bench under charges of sleeping with a female Assistant District Attorney (Bellamy Young) over whose cases he was presiding. The biggest obstacle to their defense is the fact that the affair is real, although the judge swears he has recused himself from any cases she was involved in once the pair secretly began dating.

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As Franklin (Breckin Meyer) and Bash (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) get their first chance to defend a real-life super-hero (Sean Astin) charged with manslaughter Peter juggles his new relationship with Officer Wendy (Kat Foster) and the unexpected arrival of his mother Elaine (Jane Seymour) who needs Peter’s help to sell the house he grew up in and may have to move in temporarily.

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The Second Season begins with Franklin (Breckin Meyer) and Bash (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) trying to help out an old friend (Eddie Jemison), who got himself into a bit of trouble while coming onto an attractive police officer (Kat Foster) who arrested him for being drunken disorderly on the beach. While trying to keep thier friend out of jail the pair also begin to woo a big name client (Kevin Nealon) to impress 2/3 of the firm’s board and earn full partnership in Infeld Daniels.

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