Franklin & Bash (2011–2014)
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You Can't Take It with You 

A family is torn as one side sues the other over a priceless 1988 home-run baseball in a case that pits Jared against his own father. Meanwhile, Peter works with Hanna on defending a ... See full summary »

Director:

Andrew Fleming

Writers:

Bill Chais (creator), Kevin Falls (creator) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Breckin Meyer ... Jared Franklin
Mark-Paul Gosselaar ... Peter Bash
Reed Diamond ... Damien Karp
Dana Davis ... Carmen Phillips
Garcelle Beauvais ... Hanna Linden
Kumail Nanjiani ... Pindar Singh
Malcolm McDowell ... Stanton Infeld
Beau Bridges ... Leonard Franklin
Tom Arnold ... Ronny Streppi
Robert Pine ... Duncan Morrow
Mircea Monroe ... DeeDee
Nicole Steinwedell ... Eileen Morrow
Charlie Finn ... Colin Morrow
Ian Reed Kesler ... Greg Morrow
Caroline Aaron ... Judge Rebecca Bayles
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A family is torn as one side sues the other over a priceless 1988 home-run baseball in a case that pits Jared against his own father. Meanwhile, Peter works with Hanna on defending a reality television father who is affectionately known as the "Douchey Dad." And Karp comes to Pindar for help on a top-secret project involving a compromising video. Written by TNT Publicity

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Comedy | Crime

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TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 June 2011 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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The character Leonard Franklin refers to Robert's Rules of Courtroom Decorum. There is no such document. Courts are governed by Rules of Criminal (or Civil, as applicable) Procedure. See more »

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It's Kirk Gibson's home run ball
7 November 2017 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

Beau Bridges makes the first of three appearances on Franklin&Bash as Breckin Meyer's hard case father who has the whitest of white shoes in a most prestigious law firm. The kind of law that his son and Mark- Paul Gosselaar practice is anathema to him. A father who practiced tough love in his child rearing he takes the other side of a case that the firm took just to show his son up.

Robert Pine is being sued by his sons for possession of the 1988 Kirk Gibson home run ball which is legendary in Dodger history. He wants to hang on to this piece of history the sons Ian Reed Keslar and Charlie Finn want to get the big bucks from some collector. Pine is supported by his daughter Nicole Steinwedell.

But during the proceedings Pine makes a speedy departure from this life and it becomes a different kind of case as he died in testate and the guys get Bridges appointed executor of the estate. A whole new kind of law in a different venue opens up now.

You have to see the resolution. But it looks like there's no resolving the father and son conflict in the Franklin family.


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