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Grayson's (Jackson Hurst) childhood friend enlists him and Jane (Brooke Elliott) in a fight with his in-laws over where to bury his late wife. A twelve-year-old orphan asks Kim (Kate Levering) to adopt him.


Michael Grossman


Josh Berman (created by), Josh Berman | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Brooke Elliott ... Jane Bingum
Margaret Cho ... Teri Lee
Jackson Hurst ... Grayson Kent
Kate Levering ... Kim Kaswell
April Bowlby ... Stacy Barrett
Lex Medlin ... Owen French
Justin Deeley ... Paul
David Mazouz ... Ryan Hatcher
Chris Payne Gilbert ... Seth Coyle
Kevin Sizemore ... Eddie Davis
Rob Steinberg ... City Attorney
Michael Lowry ... AAG Joe Lowry
Teri Wyble ... Rachel
Kenny Alfonso ... Joe Cummings
Kathy Payne ... Judge Nina Hodge


Paul snaps up a Rolls for $100, but can't afford the costs. The divorced husband of the woman he sold it to site him wants it back, Teri mediates. Regular foster boy Ryan (12) can't resist stepping up to Kim, who seems an ideal mother, and timidly ask to be adopted, so she commandeers Owen to kick the inefficient child services' buts for failing to search properly due to clerical errors. When they find a willing couple, Ryan's Indian heritage proves a problem, but unexpectedly reveals a better option. While pondering how to deal with the 'double' Jane, they defend his childhood friend, whose parents in law Doug and Brianna Gower sue him for intending to bury his late wife in the garden, as she wanted, rather then the family tomb. Written by KGF Vissers

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6 April 2014 (USA) See more »

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When Ryan was first found, he said he was eleven years old; right before they made the video, Owen said he was twelve years old. See more »

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Does show have Legal Advisors or people with common sense ?
18 October 2018 | by kdupes-1See all my reviews

> Whole premise about the father having POA for his daughter, Giving him the power to decide where she's buried is laughble. A power of attorney dies with the person. Any burial wishes is the husband's decision and/or is stated in their will. > I can see skirting around other more technically legal things people might not know but this makes them look ridiculous and shame on their legal advisors.

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