The Defenders (2010–2011)
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Las Vegas v. Reid 

Nick works the system to free a single mother accused of running down a jogger while chit chatting on her cell phone, meanwhile, Pete does his best to help a man down on his luck.

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Pete Kaczmarek
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Lisa Tyler (as Jurnee Smollett)
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Zoey Waters
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Meredith Kramer
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Jessica Morelli
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ADA Thomas Cole
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Laura Reid
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Walter
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Benny Hapwood
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Judge Bronson
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Judge Owens
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Mr. Nicolec (Jewelry Store Owner) (as Pasha Lychnikoff)
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Judge Susan White
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ADA Gow
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Nick works the system to free a single mother accused of running down a jogger while chit chatting on her cell phone, meanwhile, Pete does his best to help a man down on his luck. Written by CBS Publicity

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Crime | Drama

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29 September 2010 (USA)  »

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The DA claims the skid marks show the car driven by Laura Reid car was traveling at 31 mph, but ABS brake systems don't leave skid marks. See more »

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The Defenders- All Clients Need to Be Defended Like This ****
2 October 2010 | by See all my reviews

The second episode is as equally terrific as the first. Belushi is a zany, quirky lawyer who goes to bat for a young mom who accidentally killed someone while driving. His side-kick, Jerry O'Connell, helps out a guy who embezzled from the jewelry store he worked in only to have the owner come back sooner than what he thought.

Quirky is what is making the show such a hit. Behind all of his chicanery, we soon see the motives behind each of Belushi's moves. Ditto for O'Connell.

The action and the writing are both fast-paced and we seem to know where we're heading for in a most delightful, devilish way.


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