The Grinder (2015–2016)
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From the Ashes 

As the conspiracy surrounding Sanderson & Yao reaches a boiling point, the only man who can get to the bottom of it has abandoned the "grind" and enrolled in law school. Stewart, desperate ... See full summary »

Director:

Andy Ackerman

Writers:

Jarrad Paul (created by), Andrew Mogel (created by) | 4 more credits »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Rob Lowe ... Dean Sanderson
Fred Savage ... Stewart Sanderson
Mary Elizabeth Ellis ... Debbie Sanderson
Natalie Morales ... Claire Lacoste
Hana Hayes ... Lizzie Sanderson
Connor Kalopsis ... Ethan Sanderson
William Devane ... Dean Sanderson Sr.
Maya Rudolph ... Jillian
Jason Alexander ... Cliff Bemis
Steve Little ... Todd
Odette Annable ... Devin Stutz
Michael J. Sielaff ... Dancer #1
Karina Bonnefil ... Dancer #2
Jacob Dwight Ramirez ... Dancer #4
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As the conspiracy surrounding Sanderson & Yao reaches a boiling point, the only man who can get to the bottom of it has abandoned the "grind" and enrolled in law school. Stewart, desperate for Dean's help, will go to any lengths to turn his brother back into "The Grinder".

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Comedy

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Language:

English

Release Date:

1 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Dean Sanderson: You don't think I want to help? You don't think I want to get my father off?
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When you're in on the joke, it makes it funnier...
2 March 2016 | by brooksrob1See all my reviews

It must be difficult to break new ground with a TV series...Many different stars ( literally and figuratively) must align...It's nice to see these veterans get together and produce something watchable and entertaining...

Grinder is just that type of show, this episode, "From the Ashes" is so sarcastic it just makes you smile...I'm glad that Jason Alexander makes a showing...He is always a great add to any comedy show...

I only wrote this review because somebody, anybody, must carry the water...In a sense, I too, and indeed we all, have a bit of Grinder in us~sigh~


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