Grayson's soul is to be processed by Jane's former guardian angel Fred, but refuses to enter heaven, and ends up being granted a one-off opportunity to sneak back to LA, alas not exactly in an attractive new person. Grieving for Grayson, Jane insists to complete in his memory the case of the sister of a man whose murderer was acquitted by high-level conspiracy, but absentmindedly loses and exposes her to a crushing damage claim, before Owen and she find a way out. Kim sues an airline for refusing a fortune in frequent flyer air miles to a ventriloquist who is inseparable form his wooden dummy, which has its equally fat account, finding she has 'two dummies' for clients, until Paul's research inspires an alternative solution.
Did You Know?
Jane represents a woman being sued. Therefor, she is the defendent in the case. Throughout the entire series the defendent has always sat on the left side of the judge, the plaintiff on the right (from the judge's perspective), yet in this episode the client and Jane sit on the right. See more
Greg is arrested for violating the Americans With Disabilities Act trying to board an airplane with his ventriloquist dummy. However, the ADA does not provide for criminal penalties and even if it did it would be a United States Attorney handling the case, not the lawyer for the airline. See more
References Downton Abbey