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Franklin & Bash

Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Breckin Meyer of 'Franklin & Bash'

Franklin & Bash

Aug 13, 2014 10:00 PM

TV Network - TNT

In one corner, you have Jared Franklin.  He is not, however, alone in that corner.  Oh no, he has many friends including Peter Bash.  That is why this show is called "Franklin & Bash."  The two gentleman in question are portrayed by Breckin Meyer and Mark-Paul Gosselaar, respectively.  They are, as you may have suspected, not the sort of lawyers who fly the straight and narrow and, at least partially because of that, their lives do not always go smoothly.  Watch as the fourth season begins tonight.

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    Franklin & Bash

    Oct 22, 2014

    TV Network - TNT

    Tonight, Mr. Infield is going to be worried for his life and Franklin and Bash (and Murphy, for what it's worth) are going to have to go to Vegas and convince him that he doesn't have to die.  You see, it's going to turn into one of those potentially self-fulfilling prophecy things.  Then, there are going to be larger questions about career and life in general that have to be dealt with as this is the season finale.  As of this moment, the series has not been renewed for season five, so this could be it for the show.

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    Franklin & Bash

    Aug 14, 2013

    TV Network - TNT

    "Franklin & Bash" is about a couple of lawyers--adolescent lawyers--making trouble, having fun, and winning cases.  We don't really think that they could win cases in the real world they way they win cases on the show, but we also don't know that the reality of the situation makes any difference.  The show is about the fun, the amusement, the joy, and then the law.  It isn't meant to be a non-fiction study of the way the law works and if you did use it to study for the Bar exam that was held two weeks ago, woe be you (but we'll keep our fingers crossed).

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    Franklin & Bash

    Jun 19, 2013

    TV Network - TNT

    Ah, Heather Locklear, is there any television show she can't appear on somewhere in the midst of its run and wind up rejuvenating the entire thing, causing the series to last for several more years?  We think not, and she's going to be trying to do it again here on "Franklin & Bash."  As we understand it, Heather Locklear will be playing the new boss and we suggest you meet her as she's definitely not the same as the old boss.  The old boss was Malcolm McDowell and as great as he is, Locklear is a different sort of creature all together.  In fact, both McDowell and Locklear are on the show this season, so you'll get the chance to see for yourself just how different they are.

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    Franklin & Bash

    Jun 05, 2012

    TV Network - TNT

    TNT is, apparently, running a theme night on Tuesdays with their original dramas.  First you've got your "Rizzoli & Isles" and then you've got your "Franklin & Bash."  Do you see the similarities (hint:  it has to do with the titles)?  Maybe one day they'll do a medical show called "Cutter & Smith" or some such thing.  Of course, they'll have to expand to three hours worth of originals on Tuesdays, but they could do it.  Plus, if they did it as a medical drama they would end up having one legal, one cop, and one medical show on the same night and that's really covering your bases, now isn't it?

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    Franklin & Bash

    Aug 03, 2011

    TV Network - TNT

    Stop us if we did this before, but we can't hear the name of this show without thinking of Jack Palance.  Can't you just hear him now -- Franklin & Bash, Bash & Franklin.  Well, all "Tango & Cash" references aside, this is the "Franklin & Bash" season finale which means that the guys are going to end up with a doozy of a case and face some truly life-altering decisions. At least, that's sort of the generic thing that one can expect from a season finale, and we see no reason why "Franklin & Bash" won't go that route here.

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