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"Fairly Legal" Satisfaction (2012)

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Original Air Date:
16 March 2012 (Season 2, Episode 1)
Kate returns to work to mediate a case between a company and an employee who claims his illness is due to exposure from harmful chemicals on the job. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Anton Cropper 
Writing credits
Michael Sardo (creator)

Peter Ocko (written by)

Produced by
Russ Buchholz .... co-executive producer
Anton Cropper .... co-executive producer
Joanna Johnson .... co-executive producer
Drew Matich .... co-producer
Robert Nathan .... consulting producer
Peter Ocko .... executive producer
Roger Wolfson .... consulting producer
Original Music by
Mateo Messina 
Cinematography by
Dan Stoloff 
Film Editing by
Scott K. Wallace 
Costume Design by
Cynthia Ann Summers 
Makeup Department
Fay von Schroeder .... first assistant makeup artist
April Boyes .... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Claudia Alves .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jeremy Phoenix .... assistant director
Art Department
James Chouinard .... graphics
Michael Corrado .... assistant art director
Fairly Legal .... best boy greensperson
Darren Moore .... best boy greensperson
Peter Ochotta .... set designer
Brendan Taylor .... set dresser
Doug Teather .... key set dresser
Kevin Tomecek .... construction buyer
Mikal Williams .... carpenter
Chelsea Yusep .... assistant set decorator
Sound Department
Sara Bencivenga .... adr supervisor/editor
Tara Blume .... foley artist
Miriam Cole .... assistant sound editor
Miriam Cole .... loop group editor
Stefani Feldman .... dialogue editor
Donald Flick .... sound editor
Sam C. Lewis .... adr mixer
Sam C. Lewis .... supervising foley editor
Tara A. Paul .... re-recording mixer (as Tara Paul)
Ric Schnupp .... adr recordist
Brian Seagrave .... audio conform
Special Effects by
Donald Honeywill .... special effects
Michael Radil .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
Jess Brown .... cg supervisor
Tavia Charlton .... visual effects producer
Ryan Curtis .... on-set visual effects coordinator
Ryan Curtis .... visual effects editor
Kornel Farkas .... digital compositor
Jason Korber .... digital supervisor
Mike Leeming .... visual effects producer
Mike Leeming .... visual effects supervisor
Steve J. McLeod .... digital compositor
Geena Renk .... visual effects coordinator
Matt Robken .... visual effects producer
Tomaso Tartarotti .... digital compositor
Whitman Lindstrom .... matte painter (uncredited)
Jeffery Aro .... stunt coordinator (as Jeffery Ong)
Justin Doran .... stunt double: Michael Hogan
Kye Walstrom .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Dustin Allen .... lighting technician
Maya Batten-Young .... lighting technician
Terry Calhoun .... rigging best boy electrician
Rob Cantin .... rigging electrician
Cam Esau .... lighting technician
Justin Hanika .... lighting technician (2012)
David Kurvers .... digital imaging technician
Laird Pierce .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Krista Stumph .... second assistant camera: a camera
Ed 'Animal' Schulz .... rigging grip (uncredited)
Casting Department
James Forsyth .... extras casting
Rachel Rose Oginsky .... casting assistant
Cera Ziegler .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Charron Hume .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Jenny Caceres .... post-production assistant
Jim Garrow .... colorist
Jordan Jakobczyk .... dailies technician
Matthew Jensen .... post-production assistant
Ry Taylor .... dailies technician
Scott van Beever .... assistant editor
Location Management
Braden Jennings .... location department
Anand Kanna .... locations scout
Geoff Teoli .... location manager
Music Department
Timo Chen .... music assistant
Kerri Drootin .... music supervisor (as Kerri K. Drootin)
Jeff Lingle .... music editor
Transportation Department
Ryan Moroz .... driver: cast
Larry Tardif .... transportation captain
Other crew
Rosalie Brown .... production assistant
Chaunce Drury .... first assistant coordinator
Magali Gillon-Krizaj .... assistant production coordinator (as Magali Gillon)
Shoana Harrower .... facs assist
Toshi Kobayashi .... office production assistant
Alexandra Muirhead .... production assistant
Chris Parker .... chief technology officer
Vivien Pfeffer .... production assistant
George Slivarich .... key production assistant
Max Torroba .... playback coordinator
Benjamin Benedetti .... post facilities manager (uncredited)

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Michael Sardo  creator

Cinematography by
Damián Acevedo 
Film Editing by
Scott K. Wallace (2010)
Casting by
Gayle Pillsbury 
Bonnie Zane 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Emely Martin .... trainee assistant director
Art Department
Alistair Bell .... carpenter
Nancy Anna Brown .... set designer
Lauren Crasco .... art director: San Francisco
Dylan Dowd .... head greens person
S.B. Edwards .... art department coordinator
Janette Hyland .... plasterer
Aaron Jordan .... head sculptor
Will King .... art department assistant
Andrew Lewis .... assistant prop master: San Francisco
John Lister .... set dresser (pilot)
Joe Schlick .... props assistant: San Francisco
Visual Effects by
Robert Crowther .... visual effects supervisor
Ram Ravichandran .... visual effects artist (2010)
Fraser Corbett .... stunt double
Chad Sayn .... stunt performer
Rhys Williams .... stunt double
Camera and Electrical Department
David Moir .... still photographer
Clayton Richard-Long .... second assistant camera: a
Richard Sinclair .... second assistant: 'b' camera
Matt Sumney .... second assistant camera
Landin Walsh .... lighting technician
Casting Department
Amy Nygaard .... casting coordinator
Laura Obenaus .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Christina Barry .... costume supervisor
Location Management
Vincent Dela Luna .... assistant location manager
Sean Meade .... assistant location manager
Matthew Riutta .... key assistant location manager: san francisco
Desiree Young .... location scout
Other crew
Paul Basker .... key production assistant
Stuart Blackie .... office production assistant
Marcy Guiragossian .... production office assistant: San Francisco
Ed Martin .... set production assistant: San Francisco
Andrew Pavlik .... key production assistant
Marion Pejaire .... production assistant
Jacquelyn Roth .... production assistant
Charlotte Schaeffer .... additional set production assistant
Devin Taylor .... playback editor
Chelsea Wehner .... production assistant
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Additional Details

47 min

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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Sparks Fly Right out of the Gate with Satisfaction, 27 June 2012
Author: Sara Torok from Ohio, United States

As the opener for the second season of "Fairly Legal," a character-driven legal drama/comedy, "Satisfaction" hits the mark. It's a great introduction to the new dynamic, which is a bit of a departure from season one, where we saw world mostly according to Kate Reed (Sarah Shahi), a somewhat self-centered & immature, but compassionate lawyer-turned-mediator. Her quick mind and impulsive nature sets up a lot of fun, if somewhat over-the-top situations. This time around, everyone is a little less edgy, and we get to see things from more points of view, especially Lauren (Virginia Williams), the managing partner at the law firm who also happens to be Kate's stepmother, and the new guy, Ben (excellently played by Ryan Johnson), a self-satisfied, money-grubbing ambulance chaser who makes a perfect foil to Kate's people-oriented approach to solving everybody else's situations while muddling through a messy personal life. Is it an accurate testament to mediators? Um, no. Kate ends up far too emotionally invested with her clients for that. But if you like to watch a fun, situational drama, with well-written & well-acted snappy dialog and by-play, or a good, old-fashioned love-hate relationship, I think you'll be very satisfied to watch the sparks fly between the ever-kinetic Kate and everyone else in her life in "Satisfaction."

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