Franklin & Bash (2011–2014)
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Go Tell It on the Mountain 

While being manipulated by a scheming law partner (guest star Tricia Helfer), Franklin & Bash (Breckin Meter and Mark-Paul Gosselaar) must prove Infeld (Malcolm McDowell) is innocent of ... See full summary »

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Carmen Phillips
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Hanna Linden
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Pindar Singh
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Ellen Swatello
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Ultimo
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Judge Mallory Jacobs
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Amelia
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Dalton
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Steven Jacks (as Jacob Crumbine)
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Officer Tom Werth
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Bruce Conti
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While being manipulated by a scheming law partner (guest star Tricia Helfer), Franklin & Bash (Breckin Meter and Mark-Paul Gosselaar) must prove Infeld (Malcolm McDowell) is innocent of murdering his best friend during a mountain climbing expedition fifteen years ago. Hanna (Garcelle Beauvais) lends a hand when a younger challenger and a pair of greedy promoters threaten an aging professional wrestler's career. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Crime

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3 August 2011 (USA)  »

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While arguing that a murder defendant had the right to face his accuser in the morgue, Franklin and Bash invoked The Constitution and cited Thomas Jefferson as its author. In a room full of lawyers, no one pointed out that the author of The Constitution was actually James Madison. See more »

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References Encino Man (1992) See more »

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Touch Your Toes
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Performed by Grand Analog
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Clayton Moore would approve
10 November 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Garcelle Beauvais has an interesting case based no doubt on Clayton Moore's battle to retain his rights to be the Lone Ranger once and for always and to wear the mask even in public. Danny Trejo is an aging pro wrestler who is suing his promoters and a younger wrestler who want to take over his masked character. Given what happens I have no doubt that Clayton Moore would approve.

But the real fight is preserve freedom for founding partner Malcolm McDowell who has been arrested for a 15 year old murder. The body of a friend whom he went mountain climbing with was just discovered. Back then McDowell gave a statement that was a lie.

He did in fact kill him, but it was in self defense on that mountain. It all rests on his credibility and that of his lawyers.

New York's managing partner Rhea Seahorn comes in to manage the firm and this case. She supervises F&B like they have never been before.

They win the case with of all things, a sincerity gambit. Has to be seen.


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