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Ripple of Hope 

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When Kate is brought in to resolve a hunger strike at a local women's prison, she becomes obsessed with helping Lea Ferran, a prisoner who claims innocence.

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Lauren Reed
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Lea Ferran
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Ashley Woods (as Laci J. Mailey)
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Bonnie
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Case
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Sullivan
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Judge Becker
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ADA Foster
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Dale Rence
Brady Schlecker ...
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When Kate is brought in to resolve a hunger strike at a local women's prison, she becomes obsessed with helping Lea Ferran, a prisoner who claims innocence. Despite his claims that the cause is hopeless, Ben goes to court to help Kate try to get justice for Lea. Leo convinces Lauren to take on a copyright case on behalf of his friend, a graphic-novel writer. Written by aim319

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Comedy | Drama

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4 May 2012 (USA)  »

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Kate Reed: This woman is no more a criminal than you or than,
[emotional]
Kate Reed: or than me, but she's gonna spend the next five years of her life locked up in a cage, and if, if you can sleep with that, good for you.
Ben Grogan: I could swing a cat at a hundred things much worse than that. But I like to sleep at night, so I don't. You can't save the whole world.
Kate Reed: I don't wanna save the whole world.
[walks out, bumping against him on purpose]
Kate Reed: I wanna save her.
Ben Grogan: Big fancy exit.
Kate Reed: [as she walks away] Oh, shut up!
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prelude to a kiss (no, not Meg Ryan's)
19 September 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

A moral Catch-22 situation involving a steadfast convict incarcerated wrongfully, with a climactic gut-wrenching performance by Sarah Shahi as Kate Reed trying to move the immovable mountain of getting the law (in this case, a by-the-book parole board) to admit it has made a mistake.

Notable performance by Agnes Bruckner.

Oh, that elevator! They obviously build an elevator set and really made use of their invested bucks. I noticed that every episode lately has an elevator scene, sometimes kicking off with it. Like in this episode. I referred to the climax. Well, there's another climax a bit later, that elevator's the scene for a long-awaited burst of passion between two unlikely protagonists. Well, opposites attract, can't get more opposite in personality, and I suppose that gives the game away...

My money's still on Justin...!


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