3 Series, 18 Episodes
In the first episode, Stanton Infield, a partner at prominent law firm Infield Daniel, asks Peter and Jared to work at the company - with a promise of certain creative liberty.
Franklin and Bash defend a woman charged with murdering her husband. Sensing that either the judge or the jury has ulterior motives, the guys use unorthodox tactics to get justice for their client.
A woman who thinks she was wrongly dismissed from her job at a magazine for being too good looking comes to the firm looking for legal representation.
When Peter represents Jared's old enemy in a legal matter, the guys soon begin to see their client in a different light
A family is torn as one side sues the other over a priceless 1988 baseball. The case even pits Jared against his own father (Beau Bridges).
When a wealthy businessman (Jason Alexander) expresses an interest in putting Franklin and Bash on a retainer, the guys think they have hit the jackpot
Peter and Jared represent two pole-dancing teachers who are charged with stealing from clients. But the case soon creates tensions in their friendship.
Fed up with the Franklin and Bash's courtroom antics, a judge places them under 72-hour house arrest.
Following the events of his bachelor party, Janine's fiancée (James Van Der Beek) finds himself seeking the legal counsel of Peter Bash to get out of a precarious legal situation.
Stanton Infeld is charged with murder and chooses Franklin and Bash to lead his defence