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?

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Fred leaves a note that he's recalled to heaven, so Deb's colleagues' memories of him are wiped and he'll watch her from above. Quickly sacked legal assistant Adam Bay sues ex-boss Kim for sexual harassment and unlawful dismissal. Grayson accepts to defend her, although Parker would prefer any settlement, and in the process gets seduced just before Jane can confess her old identity. Deb takes the case of unhealthy diet-victim Hannah Porter's mother, suing patent-holder Jillian Ford, not even remembering Jane's own diet capers. Written by KGF Vissers

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24 August 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm sorry to say that this has got to be the worst episode of the series. Jane came off as pathetic and air-headed in this episode. Grayson showed his true colors by ignoring the woman he supposedly loved because she looks different and instead went for the sexy lawyer, as any superficial guy would. At least it goes with his character since Deb is herself described as superficial, stupid, and never doing a good deed in her life. Plus, they removed the most lovable character on the show, Fred. The court cases are becoming cliché and I don't see a silver lining in the future. Oh well, this show had so much potential in its pilot.


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