After the sudden death of her father, she finds herself at odds with the new boss, her stepmother Lauren Reed. They continue an on-off relationship, that continues throughout the run of the show. He also suggests that Lauren begin dating. I did not like most of the issues either. Archived from on January 14, 2010.
Shahi attended , where she was captain of the volleyball and basketball teams, and , majoring in English and Theater. The series was given the for a first season on March 15, 2010, with an additional 11 episode order. Sarah Shahi plays a perky and quirky former attorney who steps down a bit in the legal food chain to take on the job. This is coming from a woman, mind you. In 2005 she appeared in the supporting character role of on , which she joined in its second season. Helping her keep all of this chaos at bay is her trusted, geek-chic assistant Leonardo.
The vehicle flipped on an embankment, landing upside-down, impacting Trucco's side of the car. The judges appreciate us versus thinking we are a problem for them. Archived from on February 25, 2013. She's the only reason I watch fairly legal every week. That's the problem, it had nothing to do with the story. In 2008, he guest-starred on 's and.
Trucco was badly injured in the accident, fracturing four of his vertebrae, while his friend walked away uninjured. The show has a nice Ally McBeal feel to it. I can't imagine anyone that knows anything about law liking poorly written and acted show. I hope this show runs for many seasons and not just 10 episodes so far. We now watch Psych to laugh. Let's hope they run with it. Verdict: With an average pretty actress, I'd have given this show a miss.
She and Leonardo eventually begin dating. Archived from on August 14, 2008. Meanwhile, Kate is reluctant to sign the papers finalizing her divorce with Justin. At last a show that's story doesn't revolve around stereo typecasting, fashion and predictable plots! I'd rather watch a black and white, silent movie staring Nicholas Cage and Kevin Costner, zzzzzz. On January 4, 2012, it was announced the second season of Fairly Legal would premiere on March 16, 2012. Keep up the good work! There are so many fantastic shows out there, Dexter, Fringe, House, Big Bang Theory, Homeland and so many many many.
About the episode itself: During the interview with the thug, I find it a bit more than odd that she'd wear a narrow-fitting short skirt and killer high heels. Fairly legal is a fresh idea, and Kate is an interesting character. I turned it off about 3 minutes into the show. The series title was later changed to. I really enjoy a show which deals with conflict resolution through consensus rather than conflict.
She, alone, embodies the case for the defense. Even though there are an number of somewhat far-fetched situations and solutions--what show doesn't? Showing up in a few episodes is Gerald McRaney as a judge. He was eventually able to get out of the vehicle after regaining feeling in his hands and used his cell phone to call for emergency help. I hope this show builds an audience, and the ratings keep it on the air. Trucco is also the lead guitarist of the band Simpleworld.
Regarding the supporting cast: Michael Trucco is a good actor but he's on for two seconds before he has to go attend to something or another-- it's a bit annoying because it would be great to see a bit more of him. The unexpected full truth proves surprisingly relevant to all. Although her dad, a leading law firm's founder, recently died, Kate Reed's hard to please stepmother prods her mercilessly to keep up the pace in her extraordinary section, out of court arbitration. Shahi was in another show I liked but was canceled. They're both gushed over in the commentary. Overview Attorney Kate Reed is fed up with the legal system. I can only say I hope you all see a very long run with this one! Can't say I blame him, Kate's a knockout along with her stepmother.
Prosecutor's evidence in the indictment against: The pram-pushing pansy brother character bores me to tears, why did they bother with bland boy? If I had to work with these retards I'd consider suicide. I believe Mz Shahi has a wonderful career ahead of her. Seems to me to be pretty poor at handling issues. My one reservation is the apparent lack of chemistry between Kate and co-star Justin Michael Trucco which is apparent through the kind of characters they play as well as an on screen indifference. The fact is, Kate is too pretty, too smart, and too all around annoying. Finally, for the incredible mediator she is supposed to be, she sure seems at conflict with almost everyone else around, for no real apparent reason.
Baron Vaughan, as Kate's assistant Leonardo, is still an annoying presence and could be written out with no appreciable loss to the show. With these charges the soldier nearly faces deportation with Kate fighting for a compromise. An early promotional release at occurred on March 13, 2012 2012-03-13. He was airlifted to for a surgery and there were some complications although he made a full recovery. I know very, very little of what lies up ahead, but from what I gather, it sounds like the kind of thing discussed over morning tea the day after among bright young twenty-something things who've elevated themselves above common day-time soap operas. He's a good actor in the thankless part of whipping boy and deserves a shot in another series.