A flop spy show from David E. Kelley centered on an unconventional private-investigation firm with an arsenal of high-tech toys and a general disregard for the Constitution. The agency's newest hire was a straightlaced, former police detective who was wary of her new colleagues' rule-breaking ways.
Roberta (Paula Jai Parker) and Manny play bounty hunter to catch a kindly grandfather (Henry Sanders)---who also happens to be a bank robber; Glenn and Dana follow a treasure map that leads to anything but. Fred: Brandon Maggart. Jasper: Rex Linn. Bench: Stephen Tobolowsky. Wyatt: Trent J. Cameron. Greg: Edward Kerr. Dana: Paula Marshall.
Glenn is hired by a group of parents to return Christmas presents stolen by a “grinch”; meanwhile, a husband (James Eckhouse) wants to hire Manny to commit a murder. Marcia Zindler: Caroline Lagerfelt. Kenneth Zindler: Ron Fassler. Melinda Harris: Emily Kuroda. Angela Jackson: Adina Porter. Danny Jackson: Jascha Washington. Steven Jackson: Edwin Hodge. Cindy Skerritt: Virginia Capers. Ellen: Betty Bridges. Joseph: Lawrence Lowe. Glenn: Gina Gershon. Manny: Danny Nucci. Roberta: Paula Jai Parker.
Beseeched by a former colleague-turned-adversary, Glenn jeopardizes her reputation when she signs on to a case that turns out to have felonious repercussions. Gary: Casey Biggs. Natalie: Jacqueline Hahn. Megan: Kim Murphy. Mr. Keller: Richard McGonagle. Mrs. Keller: Jennifer Savidge. McCormack: Edward Kerr. Glenn: Gina Gershon. Manny: Danny Nucci.
Dana questions the agency's integrity when Glenn probes the sexual preference of a soon-to-be married man (Brandon Douglas); Manny tries to help a woman pin a murder on her husband. Dianna: Kellie Waymire. Michael: Michael Cudlitz. Peters: Nathan Legrand. Halford: Claudette Roche. Walworth: Donald Berman. Manny: Danny Nucci. Greg: Edward Kerr.
Glenn's reluctant search for an anxious teen's birth mother hits close to home; Dana (Paula Marshall) freaks when a stalker gets up close and personal. Irene: Jennifer Westfeldt. Caroline: Emmy Rossum. Mike: Brixton Karnes. Linda: Kate Hodge. Bob Beels: Bob Morrisey. Greg: Edward Kerr.
Matters of the heart concern the agency when Glenn and Dana play reluctant Cupids for a grieving widower (Ivar Brogger), and Manny feels himself getting too close to the object of an investigation. Alicia: Lee Garlington. Susan: Anna Galvin. Kevin: Larry Poindexter. Eric: Robert Joseph. Roberta: Paula Jai Parker. Bob: Ron Kochevar.
Glenn and Dana help a squeaky-clean senatorial candidate (Robert Curtis Brown) who may have reason to fear a sex scandal. Also, a priest (David Dukes) confides in Manny about a very unholy matter. Avery: D.B. Woodside. Jason: Brandon Kessel. Gary: Casey Biggs. Vanessa: Priscilla Barnes. Manny: Danny Nucci. Dana: Paula Marshall. Glenn: Gina Gershon.
Glenn's steamy relationship with a lover-cum-client (Robert Rusler) may compromise an investigation; Dana reluctantly lets her hair down to catch an insurance fraud (Paul Schulze). Bench: Stephen Tobolowsky. Devlin: Ralph Monaco. Constance: Jennifer Griffin. Judge White: Aixa Clemente. Glenn: Gina Gershon. Manny: Danny Nucci. Reynolds: Larry McQuillen.
To aid a stalled police investigation, Glenn (Gina Gershon) goes undercover in a country & western bar to catch a suspected serial killer. Also, Roberta (Paula Jai Parker) questions her own methods while tracking down a deadbeat dad. Byrd: Robert Joy. Sylvie: Lily Knight. Bench: Stephen Tobolowsky. Sawyer: Michael Rothhaar. Joel: Joe Don Chrest. Greg: Edward Kerr.
A straitlaced detective (Paula Marshall) considers joining an unconventional private-investigation firm when she tags along on a murder case, despite the staff's blatant disregard for the Constitution. Meanwhile, a surveillance expert encounters the painful part of chasing a cheating husband. Glenn: Gina Gershon. Manny: Danny Nucci. Roberta: Paula Jai Parker. Hannah: Margo Martindale. Gary: John Glover. Lori: Shareen Mitchell.