Franklin & Bash

Season 1 Episode 2

She Came Upstairs to Kill Me

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Jun 08, 2011 on TNT
7.1
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Franklin and Bash try to get their client cleared of murdering her husband with an unusual weapon. They decide to go an unusual route to see if they can get their client cleared of murder charges.

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  • 102

    4.5
    The second episode of Franklin and Bash improves by leaps and bounds upon the pilot, but it still is not something I can really see myself watching. When the fall comes around we will have the gold standard of legal dramas The Good Wife, and we will also have Harry's Law back, so I might as well just wait for those. You can't go wrong with a Fred Willard guest spot like this episode had, you also had Natalie Zea, one of the more underrated TV actresses out there, but the plot was just so generic with the younger wife on trial for killing her older husband.



    If this show is to succeed they need to focus on creative cases, not creative ways to try those cases and it seems like they are going with that. Funny and goofy lawyers, it has been done before, but funny trials could work.moreless
  • Again I like this show very much.

    10
    I thought this was funny, and also we finally got to see Stanton Infeld in the court room doing what he is famous for. I myself loved the case they were working on, yes you know the main plot has been used, But its the details that count. I mean a women put on trial for murdering her husband with sex, I thought that was orginal and hiliarous. As I said before on my review for the first episode I think this is a good show with comedy, instead of all the you know fight for life action and more action kind of stuff thats had been coming out. This is a nice change of pace, and again Im looking forward to more episodes.moreless
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Natalie Zea

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Isabella Kaplowitz

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Julian Acosta

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Henry Stein

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