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Year: 2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

12 July 2009
When beautiful-but-vapid model wannabe Deb has a fatal car accident, she suddenly finds herself in front of Heaven's gatekeeper, Fred, who declares her a self-centered "zero." Outraged, she attempts to persuade Fred to return her to her shallow existence but is accidentally relegated to the body of the recently deceased Jane Bingum. A brilliant, thoughtful and plus-size attorney with a loyal assistant, Teri, Jane has always lived in the shadow of her more comely colleagues whereas Deb has always relied on her external beauty. Now, by a twist of fate and a bolt of divine intervention, Deb must come to terms with inhabiting Jane's plus-size frame in the ultimate showdown between brains and beauty.

Season 1, Episode 2: The 'F' Word

19 July 2009
Deb discovers what life is like for Jane in her body as she takes on a case defending a cocktail waitress who is fired after she gains 50 lbs. Grayson and Kim represent a man in a divorce but the only thing he wants from back from his wife is his kidney.

Season 1, Episode 3: Do Over

26 July 2009
Jane's past catches up with her when a case from the prior year is up for retrial. Kim and Grayson sue a shrink who "cured" their client's husband of his multiple personalities, only she got rid of the wrong one.

Season 1, Episode 4: The Chinese Wall

2 August 2009
David Beckham is Jane's new case. Then Deb's mother arrives, needing a lawyer for her divorce, so Jane wants to represent her. And it can be only done by utilizing the Chinese Wall.

Season 1, Episode 5: Lost and Found

9 August 2009
Rookie Grayson was looking forward to be Jane's second chair in the defense of dating site boss Barry Schuester, who is accused of aiding in ruining clients' marriages, but Kim takes first chair. Jane must counsel pro bono Michael Fernandez, who is offered a meager $15,000 state settlement after ten years of wrongful imprisonment as D.A. Callahan chose for electoral purposes to look no further for the real criminal, who meanwhile confessed and died. The board rules however to award nothing, so now they must sue the prosecutor's office. Fred finally gets noticed by Stacy while organizing a surprise birthday party.

Season 1, Episode 6: Second Chances

16 August 2009
A woman arrives at Jane's office. At her heels, the police. She skipped bail as a teen and changed her identity, which has just been blown. Jane will defend the woman not only in court, but also to her husband, who feels betrayed.

Season 1, Episode 7: The Magic Bullet

23 August 2009
Kim - and the firm - get sued for sexual harassment. Jane's new client is suing a weight loss program owner because the program causes heart problems. Also, suddenly Fred is gone and nobody remembers him except Jane. Why?

Season 1, Episode 8: Crazy

30 August 2009
Grayson refuses to help Kim sue a bridesmaid for infidelity with the groom hours before the ceremony, yet she perseveres by the angle that the $10,000 wedding dress was 'made useless', but the groom still holds a crucial vote. Deb shyly accepts hot Brian Young's invitation to attend Jane's class reunion, only to find he's as gay as charming. Deb's client Brandon Tharpe asked for her, bot the boss, hoping she would understand his carpe diem attitude, which even his son claims to constitute a madness compromising their major lawn mowers manufacturing firm, which he wants to turn green.

Season 1, Episode 9: The Dress

13 September 2009
Jane gets politely directed out of a women's clothes store that doesn't stock her size. She sues them, even though she realizes the judge may throw the case out of court. Parker's old friend comes to ask legal help from him.

Season 1, Episode 10: Make Me a Match

20 September 2009
The New Jane discovers another friend of the Previous Jane, Judge Summers, and finds out Jane gave her a bad advice. Kim's client insists on Grayson taking her case. Someone very welcome returns to Jane, but it creates problems.

Season 1, Episode 11: What If?

27 September 2009
Grayson and Kim are puzzled that boss Parker, whom a client demands to plead his case personally against a disgruntled ex-employee who discredits his firm's chocolate snack, demands both of them to 'assist', in fact leaves the pleading them, so Grayson resorts to a daring pep-talk. Jane meets 'her' (not Deb's) self-invited mother Elaine Bingum and most learn to know her as it goes. Fred finds himself temporarily homeless as well as neglected by Stacey and takes Elaine's advice to try dating around, while Tony Nicastro dates Jane, who also pleads the case of the victims of a hospital baby swap in surprising chapters.

Season 1, Episode 12: Dead Model Walking

4 October 2009
A famous model goes berserk. Turns out her assets are frozen because her husband is missing. She hires Jane to represent her. Grayson and Kim take on a pro bono case of a woman who is being forced to sell her house.

Season 1, Episode 13: Grayson's Anatomy

11 October 2009
As Stacey helps Grayson represent a lingerie model who was fired after having surgery for breast cancer, Jane is assigned to represent a young baseball star.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Would I Lie to You?

6 June 2010
At the close of last season, Deb was ready to let go of her past and embrace life as Jane. But the unexpected arrival of Jane's "secret" husband Ethan at her doorstep left her with more questions than ever. To make matters worse, Jane may be disbarred after breaching client-attorney confidentiality when, against the firm's advisement, she reported her client for fraud. Faced with a new love triangle and the uncertainty of her career Jane must, once again, chart out a new future for herself.

Season 2, Episode 2: Back from the Dead

13 June 2010
Jane attempts to put her relationship issues aside when she has to focus on a custody case involving a man who suffered for amnesia for nine years. Meanwhile, Kim and Parker represent a female writer who is suing to retain control of the fictitious male persona she created under her pen name, Jonathan Noble.

Season 2, Episode 3: The Long Road to Napa

20 June 2010
Features guest stars Vivica A. Fox, Bellamy Young, David Sutcliffe, David Denman Jane finds herself with two clients when she discovers both are married to the same man. Worse yet, she has trouble distinguishing her personal life in the courtroom when she discovers Tony is representing the Casanova. Kim takes on a custody case involving a baby adoption just as she finds herself with her own baby issues. Stacy decides to take destiny in her own hands when she invents the next must have item - the "Armvelope."

Season 2, Episode 4: Home Away from Home

27 June 2010
Just as Jane and Tony finally move their relationship to the next level, Tony receives some news that affects both their futures. When Teri's cousin faces deportation charges, Jane steps in to help with the case. Parker and Kim get closer outside of the law offices, while Grayson decides to sell the house he shared with Deb.

Season 2, Episode 5: Senti-Mental Journey

11 July 2010
Features guest stars Rosie O'Donnell, Faith Prince, Kurt Fuller, Kellie Martin. When Jane's mother is unexpectedly arrested, Jane must represent her in court before Judge Summers and reconnect with the father she has never known, to help her mom. Meanwhile, things between Parker and Kim heat up and Grayson gets heavily invested in a case involving a Ponzi scheme. Teri attempts to help Fred with driving and dating.

Season 2, Episode 6: Begin Again

18 July 2010
Jane helps Grayson defend one of the singers of a famous pop duo and they decide to team up with the lawyer defending the duo's other accused star, an attractive woman named Vanessa. But when Grayson and Vanessa hit it off both in and out of the courtroom, Jane will have to keep her mind on the trial despite feeling like the third wheel. Parker and Kim agree to help a bed and breakfast owner when the inn receives an excessively negative review that they suspect may not be impartial. Fred flaunts his new dating life in hopes of getting Stacy's attention and making her jealous.

Season 2, Episode 7: A Mother's Secret

25 July 2010
When Deb's mom Bobbi requests Jane's help in a legal matter, Jane discovers Bobbi had secrets of her own while she takes on a case involving a lab technician who is accused of stealing lab secrets. Meanwhile, Kim and Grayson work on a custody case involving a dueling couples pet chimp.

Season 2, Episode 8: Queen of Mean

25 July 2010
Features guest stars Cybill Shepherd, Thunder from Down Under. Jane meets the 'queen of mean' when she represents designer Ellie Tannen who is trying to stop the publication of a tell-all-book by her former assistant. Jane also decides to get back in the dating game and invites Hank the bailiff to a dinner party. Kim and Grayson represent a transgender woman who is feuding with her in-laws over her partner's property.

Season 2, Episode 9: Last Year's Model

8 August 2010
Jane brings in an age discrimination case only to have Parker hand it over to Kim. Grayson takes on a real estate case where his clients claim their house is haunted and gets closer to Vanessa. Fred decides to help Stacy with her money woes by hiring her to serve divorce papers.

Season 2, Episode 10: Will & Grayson

15 August 2010
Jane defends a fugitive cop against theft charges meant to derail his investigation into corruption on the force.

Season 2, Episode 11: Good Grief

22 August 2010
Jane and Grayson take on a case involving a grieving man, coping with the loss of his wife by dressing as a clown. Parker and Kim represent a producer who is being sued by one of the participants on a reality dating show which leads Kim to question her own dating situation with Parker. Fred finally decides to tell Stacy how he feels about her.

Season 2, Episode 12: Bad Girls

22 August 2010
Jane represents a young girl who is being cyber bullied by a popular girl in school. Parker's old partner in the firm, Claire Harrison, returns to enlist his help in her divorce but Kim takes the reins on the case, only to discover Claire wants much more than a settlement. Grayson moves to the next level when he meets Vanessa's parents.

Season 2, Episode 13: Freeze the Day

29 August 2010
With Claire Harrison easing her way back into the firm, she partners with Kim on a case but proves she will stop at nothing to win, including pitting Kim's insecurities about Parker against her. Meanwhile, Stacy books a Fancy Feast commercial and Fred has to hid his jealously when she has to "kiss" her pretend husband. Jane and Grayson take on a case involving a woman who wants to be cryogenically frozen which leads them both to think about the passing of Deb and leads to a series of events that could change Jane and Grayson's lives forever.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Hit and Run

19 June 2011
Following the car accident that left Grayson in a coma, Jane finds herself struggling with her desire to reveal herself as Deb when he wakes up, despite warnings from Fred. Jane reluctantly takes on a case involving a hard partying celebrity on the hook for a hit and run of a 12-year-old girl and enlists Stacy to help her. Meanwhile, Parker and Kim face off in court representing opposing sides of a case involving exes which rings a little too close to home for them.

Season 3, Episode 2: False Alarm

26 June 2011
With Kim still gone from the firm, Parker convinces Jane to offer her help to Kim in a medical malpractice suit involving the death of a would-be-20-year-old-model. Kim initially rejects the offer but soon realizes she is outmatched when she shows up in court against high-powered lawyers with more resources than she can handle as a solo practitioner. Teri enlists Grayson to help her firefighter boyfriend after he is sued rescuing a neighbor for a burning building. Stacy and Fred's relationship is about to move onto the next level, and Jane finds herself breaking all her rules with a new love interest.

Season 3, Episode 3: Dream Big

10 July 2011
Jane represents a mother whose son is pushing for her to sue the sperm bank she used to conceive him. As Grayson and Vanessa's wedding nears, Parker organizes a bachelor party for Grayson who incidentally gives a stripper legal advice that leads to her subsequent firing. Hoping to make things right, Grayson represents the stripper in court and discovers Judge Hemmings - Vanessa's father - is presiding over the case.

Season 3, Episode 4: The Wedding

17 July 2011
While fulfilling her duties as best man for Grayson and Vanessa's wedding, Jane is held at gunpoint while picking up the wedding rings. But when the gunman needs a public defender in court, Jane is unexpectedly asked to step in and takes special interest in the case when despite her advice, he pleads guilty. Meanwhile, Parker asks Grayson to help out one of his childhood friends who needs help with his pet camel.

Season 3, Episode 5: Prom

24 July 2011
As Jane (Brooke Elliott) represents a lesbian couple that is being denied a chance to attend their senior prom together, Teri (Margaret Cho) enlists Grayson (Jackson Hurst) to help a bailiff who's been caught in a mail order marriage scam. Meanwhile, Jane is stunned to learn that her boyfriend, Bill, is seeing other women.

Season 3, Episode 6: Closure

31 July 2011
When she's assigned to help the D.A.'s office with an old murder case, Jane (Brooke Elliott) learns that she once worked there and had an affair with her boss. When Kim (Kate Levering) agrees to go after a fashion blogger for luring impressionable teenage girls into spending thousands of dollars on clothes, her target turns out to be Stacy (April Bowlby).

Season 3, Episode 7: Mother's Day

7 August 2011
While working to keep Grayson (Jackson Hurst) from stopping a casino ad featuring photos of Deb, Jane's (Brooke Elliott) mom Elaine (guest star Faith Prince) is arrested after escaping from a grounded airplane flight. And when Fred (Ben Feldman) grows tired of being mothered by Stacy (April Bowlby), he looks to find a place of his own.

Season 3, Episode 8: He Said, She Said

14 August 2011
After agreeing to represent a college student who has accused the school's star quarterback of rape, Jane (Brooke Elliott) suspects that loyal alumnus Grayson (Jackson Hurst) is trying to undermine her case. Meanwhile, Kim's (Kate Levering) argumentative sister (guest star Kathy Griffin) seeks her help with a divorce.

Season 3, Episode 9: You Bet Your Life

21 August 2011
As Stacy (April Bowlby) enlists Jane (Brooke Elliott) to represent a sorority sister (guest star Leslie Grossman) in her lawsuit against a casino, Kim (Kate Levering) and Parker (Josh Stamberg) team up to argue for a devoted woman's custody of a rare plant.

Season 3, Episode 10: Toxic

28 August 2011
Though it forces her to take on a client of the firm, Jane (Brooke Elliott) agrees to help a frustrated parent stop a lead contaminated high school from opening. And when Teri (Margaret Cho) lambasts a former high school classmate (guest star Patty Stanger) at a dating seminar, Kim (Kate Levering) defends her in a slander lawsuit.

Season 3, Episode 11: Ah, Men

4 September 2011
As Jane (Brooke Elliott) represents Parker's (Josh Stamberg) ex-girlfriend (guest star Brandy Norwood) in a lawsuit against an intransigent life insurance company, Kim (Kate Levering) seeks to help a minister who is encouraging his parishioners to shoplift for charity.

Season 3, Episode 12: Bride-a-Palooza

18 September 2011
As a law student (Special Guest Star Quinton Aaron) seeks Jane's (Brooke Elliott) help when his fiance is injured in a bridal store's out of control promotion, Judge Owen French (guest star Lex Medlin) forces Grayson (Jackson Hurst) to try a case using medieval law. And as Stacy's (April Bowlby) new TV role goes to her head, Jane is forced to take action.

Season 3, Episode 13: Change of Heart

25 September 2011
After convincing the gravely ill sister of a death row inmate to accept his heart for a transplant, Jane (Brooke Elliott) must get a judge to bend the rules for execution in order to make it possible. And as Grayson (Jackson Hurst) defends her after she's arrested for assault, Stacy's (April Bowlby) criminal past threatens to send her to prison.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Welcome Back

3 June 2012
After Kim blackmailed Parker to promote her senior partner, he left her in charge while he chases his bastard son. Finding the law firm financially near disaster, Kim bribes Jane with perks and a raise to return from Iatlian holiday with Owen and help by winning a murder case defense for wealthy, adulterous law school friend Emily Horn, tried for murdering her boyfriend and blames her husband Anton. To get over disloyal Stacy, Fred found another girlfriend, Allie, but accepts Jane's advice to stick to his true love. Instead of following her heart and making up, Stacey follows coffee bar 'love guru' Nikki LePree's idiotic feminist counsel to 'stay firm'. By the time she realizes her stupidity, Fred has disclosed being Jane's guardian angel and is replaced by assertive Luke Daniels, who has a prestigious law firm 'cover'.

Season 4, Episode 2: Home

10 June 2012
Jane and Grayson partner up on case involving a 16-year-old video game genius (Austin) determined to sue his father while Kim represents her own father (Ratzenberger) in an eviction case. The firm's new Angel investor Luke, finds a way to be more involved with Jane's personal life than she would like. Stacy and Nikki decide to go into business together, despite Jane's hesitation.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Carter MacIntyre ... Luke Daniels

Josh Stamberg ... Jay Parker

Kim Kardashian West ... Nikki LePree (as Kim Kardashian)

Jake T. Austin ... Samuel Forman

Steven Culp ... Bruce Forman

James Martin Kelly ... Elliott Rollins

Tamara Clatterbuck ... Vicki Gates

John Ratzenberger ... Larry Kaswell

Quincy Bonds ... Bailiff
Chris Bouchard ... Board Member #2

Marcus Lyle Brown ... A.D.A. Paul Saginaw
Andy Davis ... Piano Player

Vickie Eng ... Judge Rita Mayson
Tatum Etheridge ... Lily Forman (as Tatum Ethridge)

Beverly Griffith ... Board Member #1

Rey Hernandez ... Uniformed Officer

Michelle Keller ... Board Member #3

Tom Nowicki ... Geoff Hensley

James D. Owens ... Officer Andrews (as James Owens)

Jamie Renell ... Detective

Anthony Reynolds ... Officer Massey
Dean Taylor ... Board Member #4
Rainey Shane ... Arresting Police Officer

Garrick Parks ... SWAT Officer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: Freak Show

17 June 2012
Jane takes on a wrongful termination case but soon becomes convinced there may be more to her client than meets the eye. Kim and Parker team up to represent Owen's sister in her divorce hearing while Grayson helps Stacy and Nikki with the legal matters to getting their business in order.

Season 4, Episode 4: Winning Ugly

24 June 2012
Jane and Kim take on a case suing the producer of a reality makeover show. Parker is shocked when his son Eric appears at the firm while he has his hands full serving as an arbitrator on a custody case involving a pet store rat. Teri agrees to help Stacy with the opening of her pakery in exchange for some stage time while Grayson and Owen get competitive in basketball and loves.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Carter MacIntyre ... Luke Daniels

Josh Stamberg ... Jay Parker

Brandy Norwood ... Elisa Shayne

Anne Ramsay ... Mrs. Yeardley

Ever Carradine ... Ramona

Liza Lapira ... Abby Halstead

Alimi Ballard ... Jack Dillingham

Bruce Davison ... Judge Cyrus Maxwell
Robin Anderson ... Renee Maynard

Donna Biscoe ... Dr. Colette Willis

Jaden Harmon ... Eric Shayne (as Jaden D. Harmon)
Fred Jennings ... Doc

Sheila Maddox ... Foreman

Jamie Moore ... Nick Maynard
Simon Needham ... Dr. Vince Whitlow

Vince Pisani ... Juror Number Three

Jessica Rose Smith ... Parker's Assistant

Kenyon Glover ... Bailiff (uncredited)

Walter Hendrix III ... Pakery Patron (uncredited)
Don Teems ... Lawyer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Happily Ever After

1 July 2012
Jane creates havoc with the Bhutanese government when she decides to represent a young woman who wants to get out of an arranged marriage to the Prince of Bhutan. Meanwhile, Kim and Parker try to help Eric's teacher get his job back when his off campus X-rated past catches up with him. Teri signs on as Stacy's head of marketing and gets creative on twitter and the web to get customers into the pakery.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Carter MacIntyre ... Luke Daniels

Josh Stamberg ... Jay Parker

Nishi Munshi ... Leela Penjore

John M. Adrian ... Principal Bennett (as John Adrian)

Rafiq Batcha ... Guard #1 (as Mohamed Rafiq Batcha)
Gabrielle Boswell ... Teen Girl #4

Danny Boushebel ... Prince Kencho
Taylor Brand ... Teen Girl #2

Jim E Chandler ... Federal Marshal (as James E. Chandler)
Savannah Crespo ... Teen Girl #5

Robin DeMarco ... Mother

Wilbur Fitzgerald ... Judge Graphia

Sharon Garrison ... Judge Amelia Sanders

Shea Hardy ... Teen Girl #1

Jaden Harmon ... Eric Shayne (as Jaden D. Harmon)

Sanna Haynes ... Female Customer

Shane Jacobsen ... Jed Amerian

Tara Jones ... News Reporter

Clayton Landey ... Judge Andrew Brody
Sean Mahabir ... Judge Thinley

Joseph Meissner ... Mo Harris

Ravi Naidu ... Dorji Tashi

Stephanie Northrup ... Lisa Hillman

Mike Pniewski ... Amos Hanson

Paul Rolfes ... Greg Hillman

Dillon Roseen ... Teen Boy #1

Asif Taj ... Hari

Emily Pierce ... Bar Patron
Brittany Lillie ... HP Core Worker (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: Rigged

8 July 2012
Jane and Grayson team up for a case involving a faulty oil rig and the death of one of its engineers while Jane battles the uncertainly of Owen's whereabouts and what it means for their upcoming nuptials. Meanwhile, Parker enlists Kim's help in a custody hearing for his son Eric when his ex Elisa (Norwood) hires a high-profile, hard-ass attorney Kelly Stevens (Williams) to fight for sole-custody of Eric.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French (voice)

Carter MacIntyre ... Luke Daniels

Josh Stamberg ... Jay Parker

Joan Rivers ... Herself

Serena Williams ... Kelly Stevens

Brandy Norwood ... Elisa Shayne

John Billingsley ... Mitch Fredericks

David Gautreaux ... Walter Burr

Boo Arnold ... Jack Starnum
Kelly Finley ... Annie Maslin

Jaden Harmon ... Eric Shayne (as Jaden D. Harmon)

Victor McCay ... Judge Halloran

Jessica Leigh Smith ... Liz Mueller

J. Karen Thomas ... Judge Holder (as Karen J. Thomas)

Jason Vail ... Gordon Marks

Gary Weeks ... Tom Witten
Brittany Lillie ... HP Core Worker (uncredited)

Kim Wacker ... Lawyer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Crushed

15 July 2012
Jane's mom Elaine (Prince) enlists Jane's help in defending a girl she use to babysit who is accused of murdering another teen. Tired of Luke's antics, Parker asks Grayson to help woo Gina Blunt (Amick) as a new potential investor in the firm despite Teri's protests about her. Teri and Stacy discover some news about Owen that leaves Jane devastated.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French (credit only)

Carter MacIntyre ... Luke Daniels

Josh Stamberg ... Jay Parker

Mädchen Amick ... Gina Blunt

Mary Mouser ... Chloe Surnow

Megan Raich ... Michelle Surnow

Julia Campbell ... Peg Surnow

Faith Prince ... Elaine Bingum

Quincy Bonds ... Bailiff

Marcus Lyle Brown ... A.D.A. Paul Saginaw

Tenaya Cleveland ... Tracy Surnow
Alexandria Renee Davis ... Sandy
James Matthew Davis ... Uniformed Officer

Blair Jasin ... Rudy Villamar
Jessica Massey ... Faye

Gregory Alan Williams ... Judge Warren Libby (as Gregalan Williams)
Lisa M. Barfield ... Pizza Pub Customer (uncredited)
Ruth Dalton ... Lawyer (uncredited)

Andrew R. Kaplan ... Detective (uncredited)
Don Teems ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Road Trip

22 July 2012
Teaming up with Grayson (Jackson Hurst) to supervise a law student's suit on behalf of a computer company employee puts Jane (Brooke Elliott) at odds with her former Stanford Law School mentor. Meanwhile, Kim (April Bowlby) begins to suspect that the firm's creditor Gina Blunt (Madchen Amick) is up to no good.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French (credit only)

Carter MacIntyre ... Luke Daniels

Josh Stamberg ... Jay Parker

Mädchen Amick ... Gina Blunt

Ashley Johnson ... Veronica Kramer

Onahoua Rodriguez ... Allison Thomas

Ian Gomez ... Warren Patton

Lorraine Toussaint ... Professor Ellen Daily

Morgan Ayres ... Student #2

Rob Boltin ... Marty Saddler

Takara Clark ... Student #1
Anthony Dalton ... Agent #2

Jyn Hall ... Dr. Lerner
Tony Larkin ... In-House Counsel
Giulia Pagano ... Phyllis

Tony Sears ... Judge Redmond

Brooke Jaye Taylor ... Claudia Dawson

Constantine Varazo ... Agent #1

Mike Whaley ... Officer
Sharika Blockett ... Harrison Parker Employee
Mike McVearry ... Kissing Couple (uncredited)

Julisita Salcedo ... Kissing Couple (uncredited)
Tony D Sims ... Kissing Couple (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: Ashes to Ashes

5 August 2012
Jane (Brooke Elliott) and Grayson (Jackson Hurst) represent a woman who is suing for custody of her late fiancé's ashes. And just as Jane starts to accept his disappearance, Owen (Lex Medlin) suddenly returns.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Carter MacIntyre ... Luke Daniels

Josh Stamberg ... Jay Parker

Joan Rivers ... Herself

Rosalie Ward ... Kathy Kelton

Kim Johnston Ulrich ... Caitlin Andrews

Adam Harrington ... Attorney Carlyle (as Adam J. Harrington)

Bruce Davison ... Judge Cyrus Maxwell

April Billingsley ... Sarah Kelton

Myke Holmes ... Elias Klemmer

Jason Mac ... Scott Richards

Cara Mantella ... Secretary
Antwan Mills ... Uniformed Officer
Jef Holbrook ... Todd

Season 4, Episode 10: Lady Parts

12 August 2012
Bobbi Dobkins enlists Jane's help when a dance school student sues her over an injury, while a high school classmate hires Grayson when the city of Lakewood refuses to pay her for a sculpture it considers obscene.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Carter MacIntyre ... Luke Daniels

Josh Stamberg ... Jay Parker

Abby Lee Miller ... Abby Lee Miller

Sharon Lawrence ... Bobbie Dobkins

Currie Graham ... Simon Grundy

Enver Gjokaj ... Attorney Radford

Tamara Feldman ... Fiona Crupp

Alex Kapp Horner ... Megan Walsh

S. Epatha Merkerson ... Judge Hiller

Matthew Brady ... Maintenance Guy

Donn Lamkin ... Robert Walsh

John Paul Marston ... Derek Ross
Ivey Meeks ... Young Stacy

Lynn Moore ... Reporter Pat Harris

Skylar Nicholson ... Kiera Walsh
Brandon O'Dell ... Lloyd Brewer

David Silverman ... Earl Grant

Maddie Ziegler ... Young Deb

Walter Hendrix III ... Dance Recital Patron (uncredited)

Jason Roach ... Dance Recital Judge (uncredited)
Rainey Shane ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: Family Matters

19 August 2012
As Jane's (Brooke Elliott) lawsuit on behalf of a teenager who collapsed at a rave prompts a death threat against Owen (Lex Medlin), Kim (Kate Levering) and Grayson (Jackson Hurst) represent a sperm donor seeking to retain his parental rights.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Carter MacIntyre ... Luke Daniels

Josh Stamberg ... Jay Parker

Tyler Jacob Moore ... Dan Abraham

Danielle Campbell ... Carla Middlen

Susan May Pratt ... Beth Evans

Kenneth Mitchell ... Rick Keller

Ron Ben Israel ... Robert Bardem (as Ron Ben-Israel)

Kenny Alfonso ... Joe Cummings
Raheem Babalola ... Officer John Michaels

Jon Briddell ... Councilman Mark Phillips

Marcus Lyle Brown ... A.D.A. Paul Saginaw

Sharon Garrison ... Judge Amelia Sanders

Robert Larriviere ... Commisioner Seaton

Margo Moorer ... Judge Donaldson

Leander Suleiman ... Gloria
Darby Lynn Totten ... Carrie Renner

Kendal Tuttle ... FDA Enforcement Officer

Justin Welborn ... Dennis Fullman

Gregory Alan Williams ... Judge Warren Libby (as Gregalan Williams)
Kenneth Bowen ... Agent Brown (uncredited)

Andrew R. Kaplan ... Court Observer (uncredited)
Kacie Jo Marta Nickles ... Family in Hospital (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: Pick's & Pakes

26 August 2012
After teaming up to sue a big drug company, Jane (Brooke Elliott) worries that her partner, a high-profile trial lawyer (guest star Dylan Walsh) is mentally unsound. And when someone claims the patent on the pake, Stacy (April Bowlby) has to find con artist Nikki LePree (guest star Kim Kardashian) to back her up in court.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Carter MacIntyre ... Luke Daniels

Josh Stamberg ... Jay Parker

Kim Kardashian West ... Nikki LePree (as Kim Kardashian)

Star Jones ... Judge Grace Lyford

Nancy Grace ... Herself

Cameron Mathison ... Jonah Pierce

Ashley Jones ... Sheila Reese

Mimi Kennedy ... Judge Isabella Alexander

Dylan Walsh ... Lawrence Brand

Brian Ames ... Roger O'Neil

Claudia Church ... Cynthia Keating

Kimberley Drummond ... Cute Female Assistant

Rhoda Griffis ... Paula Dewey

Cindy Hogan ... Linda Tobin

Judd Lormand ... Todd Reese
Gregory Paul Milton ... David Kane

Tom Nowicki ... Geoff Hensley
Sharika Blockett ... Court House

Season 4, Episode 13: Jane's Getting Married

9 September 2012
As she works to persuade a friend to have a fatal brain tumor removed, Jane (Brooke Elliott) must confront her unresolved feelings for Grayson (Jackson Hurst). And after Stacy (April Bowlby) helps Kim (Kate Levering) defend a country singer who's accused of trying to murder her ex-boyfriend, Jane struggles with her mother's (guest star Faith Prince) help as she prepares for her wedding day.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Carter MacIntyre ... Luke Daniels

Josh Stamberg ... Jay Parker

Ben Feldman ... Fred

Kelly Osbourne ... Joyce Keck

Jason Kennedy ... Angel

Faith Prince ... Elaine Bingum

Chelsea Kane ... Paige McBride

Greg Germann ... Judge Zahn

Sonja Sohn ... Judge Vivian Holston

Jayson Blair ... Chase Black

Christopher Cousins ... Dr. Bradley Alton

Brianna Brown ... Hannah Baker

Ethan Embry ... Mark Baker

Brian Ames ... Roger O'Neil
Roberta Elzey ... Woman
Bob Penny ... Man in Heaven

Arnell Powell ... D.A.

Derek Roberts ... Detective Brewer
Gregory Waller ... Neurologist

Lauren Henneberg ... Court Observer (uncredited)

Andrew R. Kaplan ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Brittany Lillie ... Hp Core Worker (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Back from the Dead

23 June 2013
As she looks for Owen (Lex Medlin) following his wedding day heart attack, Jane (Brooke Elliott) fights to stop a drug company from discontinuing the drug trial that is keeping an eight-year-old cancer patient alive. Meanwhile, Kim (Kate Levering) represents a high school friend whose vengeful ex has posted nude photos of her on the Internet.

Season 5, Episode 2: The Real Jane

30 June 2013
After taking over the body of a deceased lingerie model, Old Jane (guest star Natalie Hall) returns to enlist Jane (Brooke Elliot) in a death row appeal that was dropped when she died. Meanwhile, Grayson (Jackson Hurst) and Kim (Kate Levering) represent a mattress salesman who was fired for wearing women's clothes at work.

Season 5, Episode 3: Surrogates

7 July 2013
Jane struggles to keep her personal feelings aside while representing a jilted bride who's suing the former groom for damages. Kim and Grayson represent a surrogate mother looking for the missing parents of the child she is about to deliver. Stacy gets discouraged when she seeks advice from business mogul Barbara Corcoran about The Pakery. Jane and Stacy have a new houseguest when Paul crashes at their apartment. Kim announces the new partner at the firm, shocking Jane and Grayson.

Season 5, Episode 4: Cheaters

14 July 2013
Features guest stars Annie Ilonzeh, Joy Lofton, Cody Sulek, Celeste Roberts, Jennifer Massey, Charlie Bodin, Michael Knight and Marcus Lyle Brown.In an attempt to be professional, Jane and Owen partner on a case of a teenage boy who has been accused of cheating on the SATs. Meanwhile, Kim and Grayson defend the owner of a dog that is accused of impregnating a prized pooch that lives next door. Jane enlists Paul to spy on Stacy when she begins acting strangely.

Season 5, Episode 5: Secret Lives

21 July 2013
Features guest stars Annie Ilonzeh, John Posey, Lynn Cole, Derek Smith, Brigid Brannagh, Gregalan Williams, Marcus Lyle Brown, Kenny Alfonso and Sandra Bernhard.Jane tries to impress both Owen and the owners of major baseball team by representing their star player when he's accused of murder. Meanwhile, Kim helps a friend fight for her alimony. Owen's new assistant, Nicole, helps Grayson mend his broken heart and Teri advises Stacy on what to look for in a sperm donor.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Justin Deeley ... Paul

Sandra Bernhard ... Judge Ada Brown

Annie Ilonzeh ... Nicole Hamill
Derek Smith ... Scott Reynolds

Brigid Brannagh ... Molly Hagen

Gregory Alan Williams ... Judge Warren Libby (as Gregalan Williams)

John Posey ... Franklin Rhodes

Lynn Cole ... Tamra Rhodes

Kenny Alfonso ... Joe Cummings

Marcus Lyle Brown ... A.D.A. Paul Saginaw

Donny Boaz ... George Randal

Christopher Howell ... CJ Pierce
Jeffrey Karantza ... Lawyer

Al Mitchell ... Forensics

Rodney Lee Rogers ... Detective Davis

George Snarberg ... Donor 1785B

Tammy Tavares ... Shelby Heinz

King ... Charity Fundraiser (uncredited)
David Soulen ... Party Goer (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: Fool for Love

28 July 2013
Jane attempts to reconcile with Owen while they work together representing a professor who's been arrested for smuggling drugs. Kim goes up against Grayson's ex-fiancé Vanessa in a case where Kim represents a woman fighting for rights to a very successful video game she created with her recently deceased boyfriend. Stacy invites a handful of her exes to a "donor party" where she tries to assess who might be the best sperm donor

Season 5, Episode 7: Missed Congeniality

4 August 2013
Jane and Grayson represent pageant contestant, Donna, when she's stripped of her crown after claiming the Miss Universal Globe competition has been rigged. As Kim's due date approaches, she represents her formerly estranged father, Larry, when he loses his job coaching a little league team. Stacy continues her crusade to convince Jane that Owen would be her ideal sperm donor. Grayson and Nicole struggle to define their relationship.

Season 5, Episode 8: 50 Shades of Grayson

11 August 2013
Following a long night at a bachelorette party, Jane ends up at the U.S./Mexico border to defend the bride's fiancé, whose bachelor party went south of the border. Jane must get the groom back into the U.S. in time for the wedding. Kim represents a housewife who claims that her online erotic novel has been plagiarized by a major publisher. Meanwhile, a mysterious man appears at the firm, yet his motives remain unclear to the lawyers of Harrison & Parker. Owen struggles with his new role as Stacy's sperm donor.

Season 5, Episode 9: Trust Me

6 October 2013
Jane's (Brooke Elliott) efforts to save a battered women's shelter inadvertently jeopardize its future. Grayson (Jackson Hurst) represents a teenager who claims to be a vampire.

Season 5, Episode 10: The Kiss

13 October 2013
As Owen (Lex Medlin) and Grayson (Jackson Hurst) fight for a client's right to marry the woman he loves, Jane (Brooke Elliott) handles two divorces that resulted from unconventional marriage therapy.

Season 5, Episode 11: One Shot

20 October 2013
As a former client looks to Jane (Brooke Elliott) when she's marked for death by a ruthless drug dealer, Owen (Lex Medlin) fights to save a teen actress' career by stopping the publication of a nude photo.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell (credit only)

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Justin Deeley ... Paul

Lindsay Pearce ... Ashley

Annie Ilonzeh ... Nicole Hamill

Gregory Alan Williams ... Judge Warren Libby (as Gregalan Williams)

Marcus Lyle Brown ... A.D.A. Paul Saginaw

Al Vicente ... Theo's Lawyer

Mark Atteberry ... Ray Bradford

Cynthia Barrett ... Judge Freeland
Tyrone Beasley ... U.S. Marshal (as Ty Beasley)

Perry Cox ... On-Screen Brother
David Kronawitter ... AUSA Blaine
John Pontrelli ... Director (as John David Pontrelli)
Natalie D'Addieco ... Waitress

John Gabriel ... Theo

Danny M. Gray ... Doctor
Cory Hart ... Neal Sherwin

Alexandra Holden ... Becca Holt
Jeffrey Karantza ... Lawyer

Richard Kind ... Marty Frumm

Scott Oakley ... US Marshall (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 12: Guess Who's Coming

27 October 2013
Bobbi Dobkins' (guest star Sharon Lawrence) arrest for hiring a male prostitute exposes some unorthodox steps she's taken to improve her sex life. Grayson (Jackson Hurst) fights to keep a client's divorce case from being moved to Wyoming.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell (credit only)

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Justin Deeley ... Paul (credit only)

Sharon Lawrence ... Bobbie Dobkins

Steve Kazee ... Dustin Wycott

Annie Ilonzeh ... Nicole Hamill

Jaleel White ... Bob

Marcus Lyle Brown ... A.D.A. Paul Saginaw

Charlene Amoia ... Lonna Wycott

Victor McCay ... Judge Halloran

Robert Merrill ... Atty. AJ Randall
Jon Berry ... Officer Ted Hicks

Joseph Gray ... Clayton Barclay

Stacy Jorgensen ... Jamie Levine

Alpha Trivette ... Judge Stone

Victor Turner ... Yogi Rodney
Daniel Collins ... Game Show Guest
Caitlin Hawkins ... Guest Show Guest
Jeffrey Karantza ... Lawyer

Melissa LeEllen ... Juror #1
Elise Leet ... Game Show Contestant

Jesse Kindred ... Paralegal (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 13: Jane's Secret Revealed

3 November 2013
As she worries about her mother's health, Jane (Brooke Elliott) takes on an Amish farmer's fight against fracking. Grayson (Jackson Hurst) represents a dominatrix who's suing a deadbeat client, while Stacy (April Bowlby) asks Owen (Lex Medlin) to help get their child into a good preschool. Guest starring Faith Prince.

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Truth & Consequences

23 March 2014
As she struggles to find out how much Grayson (Jackson Hurst) knows about her and Deb, Jane (Brooke Elliott) uncovers a dark secret that could land a client (guest star Jessica Tuck) in prison. Old tensions are renewed when Owen's (Lex Medlin) estranged brother (guest star Colin Egglesfield) asks him to sue a strip club.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell (credit only)

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Justin Deeley ... Paul

Virginia Williams ... Belinda Scotto

Jessica Tuck ... Kathy Jenkins

Corbin Bleu ... Michael Donaldson

Stephen Boss ... Billy Donaldson (as Stephen 'Twitch' Boss)

Vicki Davis ... Sarah Evans

Mark Famiglietti ... Calvin Evans

Terry Serpico ... Max Tolin

Gregory Alan Williams ... Judge Warren Libby (as Gregalan Williams)

Oksana Lada ... Honey Pot Owner

Mike Pniewski ... Amos Hanson

Wayne Pére ... Parole Comissioner

Michael Rose ... Stan Glassman

Todd Allen Durkin ... AUSA Mo Hesser

Kenny Alfonso ... Joe Cummings

Cynthia Barrett ... Judge Freeland
Ted Buckabee ... ADA Lawrence
Kristofer Macklin ... Cop (as Kristofer Bryan Macklin)

Hayes Mercure ... Suit (as Travis Hayes Mercure)

Jared Simon ... Superintendent

Pam Kearns ... School Board President (as Pamela Smith)

J. Karen Thomas ... Judge Bev Holder
Glenn Patrick Turner ... Kathy's Husband

Mike Whaley ... US Marshal #1
Rachel Cox ... Bartender

Colin Egglesfield ... Charlie French

Pam Smith ... School Board President
Alex Lee Corbit ... Court Room Observer (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 2: Soulmates?

23 March 2014
While Jane (Brooke Elliott) fights for an innocent man's parole, Grayson (Jackson Hurst) and the firm's new lawyer (guest star Virginia Williams) claim a cruise ship line's negligence caused their client's divorce. Grayson confronts the truth about Deb and Jane.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell (credit only)

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Justin Deeley ... Paul

Virginia Williams ... Belinda Scotto

Colin Egglesfield ... Charlie French

Jessica Tuck ... Kathy Jenkins

Corbin Bleu ... Michael Donaldson

Stephen Boss ... Billy Donaldson (as Stephen 'Twitch' Boss)

Vicki Davis ... Sarah Evans

Mark Famiglietti ... Calvin Evans

Terry Serpico ... Max Tolin

Gregory Alan Williams ... Judge Warren Libby (as Gregalan Williams)

Oksana Lada ... Honey Pot Owner

Mike Pniewski ... Amos Hanson

Wayne Pére ... Parole Comissioner

Michael Rose ... Stan Glassman

Todd Allen Durkin ... AUSA Mo Hesser

Kenny Alfonso ... Joe Cummings

Mary Shaw ... AUSA Ballick

Alessandro Folchitto ... Police officers

Ted Huckabee ... ADA Lawrence

Eric Maldonado ... Bailiff

J. Karen Thomas ... Judge Bev Holder

Mike Whaley ... US Marshall #1

Season 6, Episode 3: First Date

30 March 2014
Tensions arise between Jane (Brooke Elliott) and Belinda (guest star Virginia Williams) as they defend an out-of-control aging rock star (guest star Rick Springfield) against being expelled from his band. Grayson (Jackson Hurst) fights to save a graffiti-strewn low income apartment building from a greedy developer by claiming it's a work of art.

Season 6, Episode 4: Life & Death

6 April 2014
Grayson's (Jackson Hurst) childhood friend enlists him and Jane (Brooke Elliott) in a fight with his in-laws over where to bury his late wife. A twelve-year-old orphan asks Kim (Kate Levering) to adopt him.

Season 6, Episode 5: Cheers & Jeers

13 April 2014
As Jane (Brooke Elliott) represents a professional cheerleader who says she's being bullied by her teammates, Owen (Lex Medlin) counsels a family to secede to protect their home from being seized by the government. Meanwhile, Teri (Margaret Cho) impersonates a lawyer to protect Paul (Justin Deeley) from his creditors.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell (credit only)

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Justin Deeley ... Paul

Janel Parrish ... Chelsea Putnam

Jason Davis ... Ed Maxwell (as Jason Alexander Davis)

Matt Walton ... Breakers' attorney

Moniqua Plante ... Rosemary Mills

Lisa Long ... Judge Grossman

Rob Steinberg ... City Attorney

Wilbur Fitzgerald ... Judge Joshua Gilbert

Arnell Powell ... D.A.
Christian Beadles ... Michael Maxwell

Christine Bently ... Ally Roth
Loren Floyd ... Holly Maxwell

Tommy Kane ... Interviewer

Julie McGee ... Julie

Demetria McKinney ... Lisa

Rebecca Morris ... Ruth Maxwell

Vito Viscuso ... Travis Walsh (as Vito Michael Viscuso)

Kristopher Dennis ... Bar Tender

Season 6, Episode 6: Desperate Housewife

27 April 2014
An unassuming housewife's arrest for treason pits Jane (Brooke Elliott) and Grayson (Jackson Hurst) against the government's top secret intelligence bureaucracy. Kim (Kate Levering) represents a family of foster children who are being kicked out by their new parents.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee (credit only)

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Justin Deeley ... Paul (credit only)

Mike Faiola ... Dave

Roma Maffia

William Ragsdale ... Alan Peterson

Andrea Powell ... Susan Peterson

Todd Allen Durkin ... A.U.S.A. Mo Hesser

Rhoda Griffis ... Paula Dewey

Victor McCay ... Judge Halloran

Mike Pniewski ... Amos Hanson

Blake Jones ... William Bowen

Cade Jones ... Nate Bowen

Eric Aragon ... Gary Redmund

Darby Camp ... Daisy Bowen (as Darby Eliza Camp)
Kim Gravel ... Waitress

William J. Harrison ... Jake Peterson (as William Harrison)

Miles Mussenden ... Federal Agent Murphy

Mark Oliver ... Donald Sebell

Taylor St. Clair ... Lily Bowen

Clay Stapleford ... John Biltman

Rebecca Tilney ... Mary Biltman

Lesa Wilson ... TV Show Host

Scott Oakley ... Inmate (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 7: Sister Act

4 May 2014
Jane (Brooke Elliott) and Grayson (Jackson Hurst) help a dying teenager find a bone marrow donor, while Owen (Lex Medlin) fights a friend's impeachment as mayor after she leases Malibu's City Hall to replace a school that was destroyed in a fire.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Justin Deeley ... Paul (credit only)

Rya Kihlstedt ... Ellie Chapin / Mayor of Malibu

Rene Hamilton ... Cindy Dwyer

Cindy Hogan ... Linda Tobin

Elisabeth T Smith ... Sister Becky (as Elisabeth Smith)

Lisa Long ... Judge Grossman

Jeff Rose ... Doug Resnick

Clay Adams ... Clink Morgan

Joshua Michael Allen ... Peter Hodge

John R. Brennan ... Andy Andrews

Rebecca Bujko ... Sister Sally-Anne
Thomas Clark ... Policeman

Cassady McClincy ... Laura Dwyer
Brenda Sparks ... Atty. Nia Thomas

Robert C. Treveiler ... Nathan Hart (as Robert Treveiler)
Samora A. Ward ... Guard

Season 6, Episode 8: Identity Crisis

11 May 2014
As Grayson (Jackson Hurst) worries his client is guilty of murder, Jane (Brooke Elliott) fights for a student's right to use the boys' bathroom at school even though he was born a girl.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee (credit only)

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Justin Deeley ... Paul

Corey Sorenson ... Drew Prescott
Riley Watson ... Sam Simbler

Dean J. West ... Thomas Simbler (as Dean West)

Lesley Pedersen ... Ellen Simbler

Bill Winkler ... Nate Brenner

Deke Anderson ... Joel Schall

Gregory Alan Williams ... Judge Warren Libby (as Gregalan Williams)

Marcus Lyle Brown ... A.D.A. Paul Saginaw

Tony Sears ... Judge Redmund

Edrick Browne ... Desk Sergeant

Darla Delgado ... Rachel Gordon

Allison King ... Dr. Barbara Willows

Joy Glover Walters ... Dr. Suzanne Kelley

Season 6, Episode 9: Hope and Glory

18 May 2014
With Grayson (Jackson Hurst) in the hospital with a gunshot wound, Jane (Brooke Elliott) represents people living near a hot sauce factory who claim its fumes are making them sick. Kim (Kate Levering) lands in the middle of her parents' divorce settlement. Guest starring Bess Armstrong and John Ratzenberger.

Season 6, Episode 10: No Return

1 June 2014
As Jane (Brooke Elliott) takes on a client who's being sued for identifying the drunk driver who killed her brother, Kim (Kate Levering) represents a ventriloquist who can't fly without his dummy.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee (credit only)

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Justin Deeley ... Paul

Ben Feldman ... Fred

Terry Fator ... Greg Gerlin

Tim Martin Gleason ... Rodney Rykoff

Britt Rentschler ... Penny Hobbs

Lisa Long ... Judge Grossman

Victor McCay ... Judge Halloran

Michael Lowry ... AAG Joe Lowry

Jeffrey Pierce ... Ian Holt

Jen Harper ... Donna

Zinnia Lane ... Middle Aged Woman

Taylor Dew ... Cute Girl (as Taylor Makakoa)

Jeff Marchelletta ... Tom Jessup

Leslie Mills ... Hannah Burke

John O'Brien ... Nathan Blagman
Geordie White ... Bald Guy
Josh Davis ... Police Officer with Puppet

Season 6, Episode 11: Afterlife

8 June 2014
Jane attempts to prove the innocence of a man on death row; Kim represents a small dance company after their routines are stolen by a pop star; Owen has wedding anxiety.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee (credit only)

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Justin Deeley ... Paul

Becca Tobin ... Empress Katia

Merle Dandridge ... Nadine Comer

Adam Harrington ... Attorney Carlyle (as Adam J. Harrington)

Mark Sivertsen

Lane Carlock

Ric Reitz ... AAG Rob Waldron

Jeffrey Pierce ... Ian Holt / Grayson Kent
Justin Calalay ... Hot Guy
Bubba Carr ... Choreographer

Denise Dorado ... Emily Lutsky
Lorri Lindberg ... Judge Lindberg

David Maldonado ... Guard (as Dave Maldonado)

Nas Mehdi ... Doctor

John Newberg ... Lt. Governor

Matthew Rimmer ... Corrections Officer

Kai Schmoll ... Dr. Toby Hubert

Tony Vaughn ... Judge Murphy

Eric Maldonado ... Bailiff

Richard Molina ... Attorney

Season 6, Episode 12: Hero

15 June 2014
Jane helps a mother whose son died at a sporting camp to seek justice. Kim defends a work acquaintance, after he saves her from a mugging as his superhero alter ego. Owen and Kim become increasingly concerned about Jane's relationship with Ian.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee (credit only)

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent (credit only)

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Justin Deeley ... Paul

Stephanie Michels ... Ms. Larkin

Jonathan Adams ... Zack Reilly

David Berman ... Hank Spencer

Adam Harrington ... Attorney Carlyle (as Adam J. Harrington)

Wiley M. Pickett ... Courthouse Administrator (as Wiley Pickett)

James D. Owens ... Officer Andrews (as James Owens)
Dan Bright ... Lt. Franks

Victor McCay ... Judge Halloran
Kathy Payne ... Judge Nina Hodge

Kenny Alfonso ... Joe Cummings

Jeffrey Pierce ... Ian Holt
Terrence Gibney ... Dr. Kaufman

Joshua Mikel ... Randy Flynn

Mark Oliver ... Donald Sebell
Janmarco Santiago ... Hector
Garrett H. Dumas ... Juror

Charles William Cook ... HP Law Office Employee (uncredited)

Roger Neal ... Doctor (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 13: It Had to Be You

22 June 2014
Much to Janes surprise, Teri returns and that she shares a past with Ian. Paul sends pro bono clients from the firm to Jane, and Stacy stresses over the fact that her best friend might not come to her wedding.

Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum (also archive footage)

Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee

Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent (archive footage)

Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell

April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett

Lex Medlin ... Owen French

Justin Deeley ... Paul

Heather Ann Davis ... Deena Jasper

Mike Faiola ... Dave / Mr. Burton

Adam Harrington ... Attorney Carlyle (as Adam J. Harrington)

Arnell Powell ... Judge Powell

Scott Takeda ... Captain Nasami

Tony Sears ... Judge Redmund

Hunter Burke ... Adam Ballard

Jeffrey Pierce ... Ian Michael Holt

Paul Chappell ... Mr. Okata

Ray Klein ... Dr. Jack Panaro

Hayes Mercure ... Federal Agent

Alessandro Folchitto ... Bailiff
Heather Palacio ... Courtroom Spectator

Brooke D'Orsay ... Deb Dobkins (archive footage) (uncredited)

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