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Fairly Legal 2 Seasons 2012

Season 2
4.6 out of 5 stars (106) IMDb 7.4/10

In the second season of "Fairly Legal," feisty and engaging mediator Kate Reed (Sarah Shahi) has a new conflict - and potential hot romance - on her hands in the form of the sharp, hustling, up-and-coming trial attorney Ben Grogan, played by new series regular Ryan Johnson. Hired by managing partner Lauren Reed (Virginia Williams) to save the firm which is on the verge of collapse, Ben's presence adds fuel to Kate's already at-odds relationship with her same-aged stepmother and puts pressure on her relationship with her soon-to-be-ex-husband, Justin Patrick (Michael Trucco). While Ben's ambulance chasing ways represent everything Kate hates about lawyers, their sexual tension and chemistry is undeniable.

Starring:
Sarah Shahi, Michael Trucco

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1. Satisfaction

After being fired, Kate returns to work and mediates a case between a corporation and former employee whose granddaughter claims he was exposed to harmful chemicals. Guest starring: Mark Moses.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: March 16, 2012
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2. Start Me Up

Justin asks Kate to negotiate a deal between the FBI and a local hospital. The case seems simple until Kate discovers another patient was bumped from the donor list to accommodate the FBI.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: March 23, 2012
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3. Bait And Switch

Judge Nicastro orders Kate to mediate an insurance dispute between a fishing boat Captain and a deckhand who suffered a debilitating accident.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: March 30, 2012
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4. Shine A Light

Kate mediates a severance package for an aeronautics company and its exiting employee only to discover a deeper mystery surrounding his termination.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: April 6, 2012
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5. Gimme Shelter

While mediating bankruptcy negotiations, Kate decides to help a client who's unable to pay his mortgage because of a drug-dealer tenant.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: April 13, 2012
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6. What They Seem

Kate joins Ben as he represents the victim of alleged police brutality against Justin and the SF Police Department who claim innocence.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: April 20, 2012
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7. Teenage Wasteland

Kate and Lauren clash over strategy when the private school Kate attended asks her to mediate a dispute with an expelled student.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: April 27, 2012
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8. Ripple of Hope

When Kate enlists Ben's help in turning a prison mediation into a personal crusade, both discover that their romantic feelings for each other are hard to avoid.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: May 4, 2012
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9. Kiss Me Kate

Kate and Ben come to Judge Nicastro's rescue when a contract dispute becomes a war with the transit workers' union.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 11, 2012
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10. Shattered

Kate is mediating a negligence complaint when a surprise witness pits her and Ben against Justin and District Attorney Davidson.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: May 18, 2012
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11. Borderline

Kate and Ben travel to Lake Tahoe to settle a jurisdictional dispute only to find out that a long unsolved murder is at the heart of the matter.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: June 1, 2012
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12. Force Majeure

In an effort to woo Kate, Justin introduces her to a Brazilian singer and activist who may wind up costing him his election.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: June 8, 2012
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13. Finale

Kate digs deeper when a news station fires a lesbian couple for fraternizing in the workplace. Also, Kate must choose between Justin and Ben.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 15, 2012
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Bonus: Sneak Peek

An early look at Season 2 of "Fairly Legal:" Frustrated with the endless bureaucracy and injustices she witnessed everyday as a top litigator, Kate Reed (Sarah Shahi), gave up her lawyer title to try working the system from a different angle: as a mediator. Also stars Virginia Williams, Michael Trucco and Baron Vaughn

TV-PG CC Runtime: 4 minutes Release date: March 5, 2012
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i watched this series while it was playing on usa. at the very first part of this season i hated ben. i thought he was pompous and condescending. though as the season played out, it felt as though we were peeling away the many layers of the onion and finding that ben was good to his core and a much better suited match for kate than justin. asside from this, i loved the cases and the care kate showed throughout the series to coming to a good resolution in all matters. i loved how she didn't see just black and white but she saw the win/win in all situations. good series, it will be missed.
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It's been said quite a few times in the reviews of this show. Great show and why for the love of Pete does something like this get canned and a heaping pile of garbage "reality" and spammed buddy detective series coming out of our ears stay afloat. If MTV the "music" channel can survive with complete trash shows and NO music (why.... just why MTV) why can't something different get paid for by all the big bucks being made by networks from shows that are absolute brain rotting refuse.
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Hi, All!

This is going to be a difficult review? Being a quy, of course Sara is a beautiful and sexy woman and I enjoy all the moments she's in focus. She has the looks and big personalty but that's kind of the problem. In the show, she acts as a mediator (kind of a lawyer, not my favorite profession); when she's at the office (she's funny, talking to people she likes (not issues, cases or to these serious actors and cases that I don't care the least about!). So, that's about it, the conflict (a very pretty, smart and very personable woman OR the moments she has to involve herself with all these tiresome issues and people?).

If interested, you'll just have to take a chance? I'd rent a couple of (SD) episodes and test your tastes? Also, I bought Season 1 which is really more about the cases (boring, even annoying, I wouldn't buy it!). This 2nd season has a new character (Ben Grogan, who has a love interest for Kate Reed (who wouldn't, makes it personal and funny) a way better season to me!

Also, to my tastes, episodes 1, 5,6,7 & 10 were the better, more Kate & Ben; less court cases or Justin (old husband), and any other stuff!

TIP: Sarah is so beautiful, so besides the above I would really recommend her quest appearance on REBA (6.10). To say she's so sexy is an understatement. She just looks fantastic!
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Thanks for listening!
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I believe the new character of Ben adds to the show, even if he is only a thorn in Kates side. Yeah for Lauren, learning to get on with her life. Maybe the blowing up of Teddy's boat is a sign for them all to move on. Love the show and this episode.
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Kate Reed is amazing! I love how unique the characters are, especially Kate and Justin. This show is seriously one of the best on USA. Kate Reed the mediator is so fresh, creative and entertaining.
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There are no cons about this series.......well written, well acted, entertaining, you name it. There is no reason this show should have been discontinued. Big mistake.
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This is a fun, enjoyable show with engaging characters and plausible story lines.

Kate Reed is developing well in depth and character. The struggles in her love life provide a good undercurrent to the legal drama. It's disappointing the show has been cancelled as there isn't enough wholesome TV available to watch. I expect Sarah Shahi will turn up in another show based on her performances across these 2 seasons.
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USA Network has a bad track record of canceling good shows. This show was funny and had great characters, but they pulled the plug. I have to admit that I have a Sarah Shahi bias, if she's in it I'll watch. But, having said that, the show was funny and it wasn't your typical TV legal drama. As a mediator the situations could be a lot more ridiculous than court cases, so there were so many more opportunities for humor.
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