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In this family comedy created by Katie Ford ("Miss Congeniality," "Desperate Housewives") and Jane Cooper Ford ("Listen Missy," "Material World"), a family of ne'er-do-wells must band together to keep their heads above water when their father and breadwinner passes away, leaving them a mountain of debt.
The Engels must all go to work running Dad's storefront law firm, with one minor problem: daughter Jenna Engel (Kacey Rohl) is the only one who is qualified to practice law. Unfortunately for Jenna, this also means taking on her eccentric relatives as co-workers. Ceil (Andrea Martin), the self-absorbed and overly dramatic but fiercely protective mother works as the firm's paralegal Sandy (Azura Skye), a former pill-popper who has never worked a day in her life, is the receptionist and first line of defense at the firm and Jimmy (Ben Arthur), a petty criminal and bad boy who is utterly devoted to his family, is the firm's investigator. Jenna, the youngest sibling and "the good one," becomes the unlikely family patriarch, running the law firm and keeping her crazy family together.
It's not pretty, but it's family.
Katie and Howard talk about the shows premise and characters.
Sammy, Jimmy and Jenna meet at the hospital after Ceil tries to commit suicide by jumping off the roof of their 1 story garage.
Jenna makes an unlikely new friend while helping Jimmy get their grandmother's ring back from a stripper at the same time, Ceil and Sandy end up taking a mommy-and-me hip-hop class.
Jimmy is eager to help Jenna out after she takes her first case as head of the family law firm. Unfortunately, he creates more of a problem by sleeping with their opponent. Meanwhile, Sandy stages a symbolic funeral for the "Old Ceil."
Jenna is asked by a former client to handle an important merger on his behalf, but has difficulty completing the task thanks to Ceil. Meanwhile, Jimmy tries to keep Sandy calm after she's served with divorce papers.
Alana makes a shocking discovery.
Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) is locked in a mental asylum accused of Hannibal Lecter's crimes (Mads Mikkelsen). Jack Crawford (Laurence Fishburne) is dealing with his own feelings about Will, and whether his protégé is in fact a cold-blooded killer.
Before SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, before RED DRAGON, Hannibal Lecter was a brilliant psychiatrist in the employ of the FBI.
In the shocking season finale, Will and Jack risk everything to set an elaborate trap to finally catch Hannibal.
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Season finale! Hannibal frames Will, convincing Jack and Alana that Will's the copycat killer.
Will’s mental decline results in tragedy, when it appears he may have murdered Abigail Hobbs. With himself as his only defender, Will desperately tries to prove he’s being framed by the real Copy Cat killer.
Will's mental decline results in tragedy, when it appears he may have murdered Abigail Hobbs. With himself as his only defender, Will desperately tries to prove he's being framed by the real Copy Cat killer.
Hannibal consults his own therapist about his complex relationship with Will, while Will’s newly expanded theory on the Copy Cat killer makes Jack question his grasp on reality.
Hannibal consults his own therapist about his complex relationship with Will, while Will's newly expanded theory on the Copy Cat killer makes Jack question his grasp on reality.
Will, Jack and the BAU team hunt for a serial killer who creates a totem pole out of his victims' bodies.
A human totem pole is found on a beach, comprised of seventeen different bodies. As the Team works to find a common thread between the victims, Abigail comes clean to Hannibal on a dark secret.
A human totem pole is found on a beach, comprised of seventeen different bodies.
After the brutal murder of an otherwise happy family, Will and Jack uncover a string of child kidnappings where it seems the children have turned against their parents.
Will and Jack race to apprehend a serial killer using humans as fertilizer.
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