Franklin & Bash: Season 2, Episode 8

Last Dance (24 Jul. 2012)

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Peter and Jared help a widow (Anne Ramsay) retain the body of her esteemed late husband from being awkwardly immortalized as a dancer in a human body exhibit. When a stalker begins ... See full summary »

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Peter and Jared help a widow (Anne Ramsay) retain the body of her esteemed late husband from being awkwardly immortalized as a dancer in a human body exhibit. When a stalker begins harassing Stanton Infeld, Karp thinks it may be an old client just released from prison and out for revenge. Hanna runs into an old college friend (Boris Kodjoe) and sparks an old romance. Written by Anonymous

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At the end of the episode, Franklin mentions Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), and Infeld (Malcolm McDowell) replies, "I LOVE that director!" McDowell, of course, starred in Kubrick's next film, A Clockwork Orange (1971). See more »

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