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When rollercizing poetry professor Larry Henderson is arrested for the brutal murder of his wife, bright-eyed lawyer Josh Segal comes down from New York to the quirky town of East Peck, South Carolina to defend his first big case. After meeting his eccentric client and odd-ball team, Josh quickly realizes he's in over his head.
The episode was rated from 1032 votes.
After coming up bust on a match to the DNA found in Larry's bedroom, Josh and his team discover a "sex print" on the wall that leads to a new suspect. Meanwhile, Josh gets sloppy and inadvertently gives a piece of damning evidence to the prosecution.
The episode was rated from 664 votes.
After winning Lavinia's case, the town finally embraces Josh; Josh agonizes over whether Lavinia may have done it and tries to open an old case.
The episode was rated from 165 votes.
In trying to find an alternate theory to Larry throwing his wife through the window, Josh and his team discover another man's DNA in the bedroom, possibly leading to another suspect. Meanwhile, Josh is concerned about Larry's lack of emotion about the murder and his strange obsession with a skate wrench.
The episode was rated from 776 votes.
Josh's team continues to hunt for the potential murder weapon that would seal their timeline; the case takes a dramatic turn as their search leads them to two new suspects and some shocking news about Lavinia.
The episode was rated from 182 votes.
Dwayne testifies on the prosecution's behalf and dismantles the timeline they established; Lavinia pressures Josh to fire Dwayne; Dwayne redeems himself when he stumbles on a big break in the case.The episode was rated from 173 votes.
Josh struggles with his defense for Jesse Ray Beaumont; Dwayne enjoys his new life as a Peck.The episode was rated from 152 votes.
When Judge Kamiltow rules that Lavinia must stand trial for the murder of her husband, Josh and the team try to poke holes in the prosecution's timeline.The episode was rated from 198 votes.
As the trial begins, Josh and his team experience some hiccups in proving Lavinia's innocence; Carol Anne argues to test the timeline herself, leading them to uncover a hidden passageway on Lavinia's property.The episode was rated from 182 votes.
Josh Segal and Associates get their first case - Defending Lavinia Peck-Foster, the eccentric first lady of East Peck, who was found with her husband Edgar's corpse in a suitcase in her trunk.The episode was rated from 222 votes.
Last updated: jul 16, 2021
Cute so far. It does have the Parks and Rec/Office mocumentary style, lighthearted comedy, and Jim-esque looks to the camera. The main character is a pretty good middle ground between Leslie Knope and Jim Halpert (the obvious foreparents to Josh, our main character). The only question is whether this has enough uniqueness to pave its own ground outside its Parks and Rec shell. So far, I love the character work here of John Lithgow and Sherri Shepherd the most! I predict that this will be a show that slumps in the middle of season one, but builds to a delightful second season. And I will keep tuning in because I'm so invested in seeing what new "beautiful" silly artwork Anne will faint at next (cat food commercial? child's chalk drawing? her own doodles?!) or if Dwayne ever visits his namesake shop Duane Reed.
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