Franklin & Bash

Season 3 Episode 2

Dead And Alive

5
Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Jun 19, 2013 on TNT
7.0
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After the staff moves into infeld’s home Peter meets Charlie. Jared and Peter must prove that a veteran is alive after being listed as dead due to an error and get his house back. Infeled worries Karp when he acts strange because of a lady whose visa will run out.

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  • i'm a big fan too

    9.0
    i loved this episode. It reminded why I watch this show. Franklin and Bashhave fantastic chemistry. This ep reminded me of Ally awesome legal show.
  • How to defend a dead man + Nicky Whelan

    8.0
    The second episode of the show's third season gets Franklin and Bash a new place to live and a sexy new neighbor and love interest for Peter in guest-star Nicky Whelan as the doctor next door who is at first resistant to the lawyer's charms.



    This week's case involves a veteran, and friend of Peter's father, whose life has been ruined after the government accidentally declared him legally dead due to a clerical error that destroyed his credit and allowed a real estate company to swoop in and steal his home. The case gives us a new celebrity judge with an appearance by Robert Wuhl, and forces Franklin and Bash to do what they do best by thinking outside the box and using their unorthodox legal strategy to sue the real estate company for their complicity in their (very much alive) client's death.



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    • Goof: Damien says "INS is not in the business of simply blessing marriages." While he is correct that immigration authorities don't simply rubber stamp marriages of convenience, he has the agency's acronym wrong. The Immigration & Naturalization Service (INS) ceased to exist in 2003. These days, the agency that evaluates fiancee visa applications is called US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS.)

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