Franklin & Bash (2011–2014)
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She Came Upstairs to Kill Me 

Franklin and Bash defend a woman charged with murdering her husband with sex. Sensing that either the judge or the jury is in on the take, the guys use unorthodox tactics to get justice for their client.

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Jared Franklin
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Carmen Phillips
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Hanna Linden
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Pindar Singh
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Isabella Kaplowitz
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Debbie Wilcox
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Spiritual Adviser (as Tom Wilson)
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Henry Stein
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Annabelle
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Judge Leslie Hong
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Wallace Clayton
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Infeld (Malcolm McDowell) enlists Peter (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and Jared (Breckin Meyer) to help defend Isabella Kaplowitz (guest star Natalie Zea) against charges that she used sex to kill her elderly billionaire husband. But when their attempt to disqualify the judge for wagering on the case fall flat, Franklin and Bash enlist the late billionaire's best friend (guest star Fred Willard) to prove Isabella's innocence. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Crime

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TV-14
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8 June 2011 (USA)  »

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The defense team is very concerned that a juror is funneling information about how the jury is leaning to an outside source but not at all concerned that the jury is discussing the case before it is sent to it for deliberation, a serious breach of trial rules. See more »

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References My Cousin Vinny (1992) See more »

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Sexed to death
4 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

In this Franklin&Bash story the guys have to defend the voluptuous and beautiful Natalie Zea on a charge of murder. The prosecution has a highly interesting theory of the crime. That by forcing sex on her elderly millionaire husband she caused his death. I think we all know that this episode was inspired by the late Anna Nicole Smith.

Zea says she left the husband in good health when she went out one night and found him dead o returning home. A highly interesting theory and one wonders if he went out with a smile.

There's also some leaks coming from the jury and the guys bait an interesting trap for the leaker.

Best scene is Breckin Meyer making a big old faux pas with a judge. Just outstanding.


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