Fairly Legal (2011–2012)
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Kate returns to work to mediate a case between a company and an employee who claims his illness is due to exposure from harmful chemicals on the job.


Anton Cropper


Michael Sardo (creator), Peter Ocko




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sarah Shahi ... Kate Reed
Michael Trucco ... Justin Patrick
Virginia Williams ... Lauren Reed
Ryan Johnson ... Ben Grogan
Baron Vaughn ... Leonardo Prince
Esai Morales ... D.A. Aaron Davidson
Mark Moses ... Bob
Michael Hogan ... George Algers
John Aylward ... Sam Childs
Susan Hogan ... Lorraine Brody
Andrea Brooks ... Emma Childs
Matt Ward Matt Ward ... A.D.A. Weaver
Scott North Scott North ... Bailiff
Kayvon Kelly ... Alistair Beckwith
Elizabeth Weinstein ... Cute Assistant


Kate returns to work to mediate a case between a company and an employee who claims his illness is due to exposure from harmful chemicals on the job. Kate butts heads with a brash and aggressive lawyer. Her relationship with Justin takes a turn when he reveals a secret. Written by aim319

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Comedy | Drama




Release Date:

16 March 2012 (USA) See more »

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[first lines]
Ben Grogan: [in single's bar, as he spots lonely lady peering into her glass] Plymouth and tonic.
bartender: [female voice] Yes, sir.
Kate Reed: Check please.
Ben Grogan: You always come in the door leaving?
Kate Reed: Uhm, it's not my scene.
Ben Grogan: But here you are. So you were either born on that bar stool, or came in here disguised as a woman who wants attention.
Kate Reed: And you're wearing a $3000 suit with a pocket square.
Ben Grogan: I believe my motives are clear.
Kate Reed: Sorry.
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beautiful mediator
23 August 2017 | by RavenGlamDVDCollectorSee all my reviews

Sarah Shahi is back for Season 2, and it's not long before Kate is reinstated at Reed & Reed. The anti-lawyer, peaceful attempts at mediation is the correct idea, not only in real life, but for the show's delightful heroine. Yes, I am aboard with the DVDs because of the gorgeous classily sexy box covers, Sarah Shahi is one beautiful chick, BUT there is no escaping all the humdrum legalese bits, ooh, yawn, ooh, one big tedious bore, serves me right, falling for leggy box cover yet again. Okay, so it's not my kind of thing, like I said about Season 1, but it's classy and cute with tremendous appeal and beats the hell out of the other stuff networks are throwing around, judging by the boring self-inflated ads for other shows on the Disc One of the set.

Sarah is every bit as beautiful as first time round, and the stories still seem to be weekly human interest type stuff (one woefully wronged person direly in need of assistance = case to be solved same episode = on to the next in next episode). I feel there should be something bigger than just the usual. Something that will add a real zing to provide a real buzz. It doesn't seem likely to do that.

Hey, it seems, at least the dreadfully dull cap-wearing pram- pushing brother is out of the picture.

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