Grace and Frankie (2015– )
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Grace and Frankie face a lawsuit. Sol fights back against the homophobic play protesters. Frankie mulls over a move that would change everything.

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Rebecca Asher

Writers:

Marta Kauffman (created by), Howard J. Morris (created by) | 4 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jane Fonda ... Grace Hanson
Lily Tomlin ... Frankie Bergstein
Sam Waterston ... Sol Bergstein
Martin Sheen ... Robert Hanson
Brooklyn Decker ... Mallory Hanson
Ethan Embry ... Coyote Bergstein (credit only)
June Diane Raphael ... Brianna Hanson
Baron Vaughn ... Nwabudike Bergstein (credit only)
Ernie Hudson ... Jacob
Peter Gallagher ... Nick
Tim Bagley ... Peter
Roger Bart ... Steve Clarrington
Kevin Chamberlin ... Frank
Jack Plotnick ... Paul
Bechir Sylvain ... Chuck
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Grace and Frankie face a lawsuit. Sol fights back against the homophobic play protesters. Frankie mulls over a move that would change everything.

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Release Date:

24 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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First appearance of Paul, played by Jack Plotnick. See more »

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References Purple Rain (1984) See more »

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Season's End on a More Loving Note
23 April 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

This little series goes so fast. The two stars are incredible with more chemistry than just about anything going these days. The last episode found Frankie having a mild stroke and at risk for another one. Grace swoops in to be the caretaker, and, in the process, pulls the rug out from under her friend. It's all about love and our human fragility. Grace is thinking more about herself than Frankie, knowing that her own loneliness is probably assured if Frankie dies or even if she goes off to New Mexico. There are some really touching scenes here, but the concluding one is outstanding. They have been renewed for a fourth season. In a subplot, Sol stirs up a demonstration to go after the business of the homophobic bakery guy who has been attacking them at their theater. There are some really funny lines at their organizational meeting.


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