Drop Dead Diva Episode Guides
Make Me A Match
Jane is summoned to Judge Summers' office for another round of Scrabble. Walking past Kim's office, Grayson is fingered by her client, a psychic named Lily, as the lawyer who is going to win her case and he obliges. Jane vows to help Judge Summers with her case against a matchmaking agency. Lily talks to Grayson about her sister Tessa and the conflict over their psychic shop in Santa Monica that led to Tessa opening a competing shop across the street. Jane talks to Stacy about the psychic but is interrupted by guardian angel Fred arriving at the door. Fred explains that he gave up his guardian angel status to come back to Earth to woo Stacy again. Jane and Judge Summers talk to the matchmaking service and its attorney about the details of the contract. The matchmaker offers Judge Summers an opportunity to attend a mixer and Jane is forced to accompany her. Stacy arrives home and pepper sprays Fred when she confuses him for an attacker. Lily and Tessa confront each other and try to hash out a possible settlement. Tessa has a psychic impulse about Grayson that shakes him up. Grayson visits Tessa and discusses Deb's death and her presence in his life. At the mixer, Jane and Stacy try to get Judge Summers to mingle and she meets a nice older gentleman named Martin, but he turns out to be an older actor. Opposing counsel Tony asks Jane out to dinner. In court, Jane tries to make inroads into the matchmaker's defense, but Judge Summers takes her own turn cross-examining the witness and possibly hurts her case. Grayson tries a new tack and wants Tessa to contact their dead father in order to depose him for the case. Fred gets his job back at the law firm. Tessa and Lily's father communicates that they need to work together. In court, Judge Summers is on the stand and gets fed up when opposing counsel confronts her with her own pickiness. After storming out of court, Judge Summers blames Jane for the whole mess. With their case closed, Grayson and Kim move onto discussing their own situation. Judge Summers visits Jane at the office and forgives her for trying to help. Jane scores in court when she confronts the matchmaking service about their shoddy background check procedures and the matchmaking service settles for a full refund. Fred sees Stacy but it turns out that she is going on a date with the departing mailroom guy. Jane talks to Lily and the psychic tells her that she does not have to live in the past. Jane calls Tony and makes a date with him.
The Magic Bullet
Jane wakes Stacy up and hears that Stacy's date with Fred did not go well. But Jane has bigger news to share about her dinner with Grayson. Jane had a nice time with Deb's former fiancé but obviously did not reveal the big secret. Jane heads into the office and meets with her new client who would like to sue the proprietors of Jillian Ford's too-effective diet plan. At the staff meeting, a process server serves Kim with papers from her former assistant Adam - suing her for sexual harassment. Jane meets with her client's daughter and learns the extent of her self-starvation. Back at the office, Grayson and Parker watch the evidence in the sexual harassment case and the videos do not bode well for Kim's chances. Jane and Stacy try to figure out how to tell Grayson the truth about Deb. Jane receives a note from Fred noting that he was transferred back to heaven (the "home office") after kissing Stacy. When Kim meets with the former assistant her temper gets the better of her and Parker notes that this lawsuit could cost her the career she has built at the firm. Grayson and Jane make a future date for dinner. Grayson tries to get information from Kim to support her case but she has trouble facing the fact that her character is on trial. In court, the opposing counsel undermines Jane's case by showing that the mother was complicit in supporting her daughter's diet. Grayson solicits Teri's help to find character witnesses. Conflicting testimony from Kim and Adam gets the trial nowhere but new revelations about Kim's past could sway the jury. Jane is called as a surprise witness in the diet trial and the defense reveals a video of a testimonial Jane recorded for the diet product. Jane meets with her old doctor and learns about the short-lived success she had on the Jillian Ford diet. Teri tries to ply Kim's former assistants with free booze but none of them want to help her out. Kim implores Grayson not to settle the case and trust that she is innocent. Teri learns that the bartender might have some information that could help Kim's case. Jane visualizes telling Grayson the big secret but ends up chickening out again. Jane and Stacy discuss the possible ways Jillian Ford could have lost the weight to prove her diet plan worked. Jane presses Jillian on the stand and Jillian reveals that she did in fact have gastric bypass surgery. When Adam comes in to settle the case, Grayson and Parker surprise Adam with the news that there will be no settlement and that Adam was actually trying to get an easy settlement based on an earlier case that he knew about and hoped to duplicate. The jury awards Jane's client significant damages and shuts down the diet website. Jane returns to the office and plans to tell Grayson about the Deb secret. Kim thanks Grayson for his help and they kiss for the first time. Jane sees them kiss and walks away in tears.
Jane takes on a case where a woman believes she was switched at birth but finds she has her own "mommy issues" when she receives an unexpected visit from Jane's mother. Meanwhile, Kim and Grayson must calm Parker's nerves on a case for one of his closest friends, when they realize Parker hasn't been in the courtroom in a long time.
Dead Model Walking
Jane is star struck when she gets to save Deb's favorite fashion model from a tumble with the law, but soon discovers her idol is in more trouble than she thought. Grayson and Kim take on a pro-bono case where a woman refuses to sell her house to developers because it holds too many memories of her deceased husband. asn't been in the courtroom in a long time.
Jane and Stacy meet at PDQ, a Rodeo Drive clothing store, hoping to buy a dress that Jane found in a magazine. Not seeing her size, Jane soon realizes (and is eventually rudely told by the owner) that the boutique does not carry size 16. At the law firm, Kim tries to talk to Parker about her career track but Jane interrupts them. Parker assigns Jane's right-to-shop case to Kim. Parker meets with his friend Kevin Hanson and finds out that Kevin's daughter Jenny appeared in a naked party video and wants Parker to get an injunction against the company distributing the video. Jane and Kim discuss the case and Kim doubts that they will be able to get anywhere in court. Now in front of the judge, Kim and Jane appeal to the judge's understanding of fashion and the judge agrees to try the case. In Parker's case, a meeting at the firm with Tyler Mack, the owner of the video production company, goes awry when Jenny storms out and Kevin punches Tyler. Jane insists on accompanying Kim to jury selection and advises her on the picks. Parker insists that Jane drop the case after he finds out that one of the firm's largest clients is part-owner of the boutique. In a dream, Jane sings her closing and Judge Paula Abdul advises her to pursue the lawsuit against the boutique. Back in reality, Teri convinces Jane to stay on the case. Jane confronts Parker in the kitchen and threatens to sue him if he does not let her sue the boutique. Parker puts Kim and Jane back on the case but Jane is distracted by Grayson watching the naked party video. In court, Kim forces Jane to testify about her anger at the clothing store. Parker and Grayson meet with Jenny about the case and give her the option of moving forward, now that they have found evidence that she was not 18 years old when the video took place, but she is still reluctant to pursue the injunction. In court, Jane and Stacy model different versions of the same dress but their case seems thin until Jane decides to call the majority investor to testify. Parker and Kevin meet with the defendants again and Jenny agrees to support the case and the matter is resolved. In court, matters get out of hand for Jane and Kim and the judge closes the case. Kevin thanks Parker for his help. Jane is sad about losing the case, but finds out that the investor decided to force the store to carry Jane's size and delivers her the dress she wanted. Parker tells Jane that he was impressed with her determination. Jane thanks Kim for her help. Stacy and Teri meet Jane for drinks and enjoys the feeling her new dress gives her.
The F Word
Jane handles a restaurant size discrimination case that brings up old memories for Deb.
Grayson handles the case of a lingerie model who was unjustly fired, while confronting dreams of Jane. Meanwhile, Jane litigates for a baseball player whose surgery went awry, but discovers that more was at stake than just a player's career: Insurance fraud. A man appears at Jane's door, claiming to be her husband.
The Chinese Wall
Jane and Fred discuss her frustration with her new feet and Fred's belief that he could somehow get Stacy to fall in love with him. Jane meets her new client and his dog named David Beckham II. The client would like his money back from the cloning company that cloned him a golden retriever with a different personality than the original. Jane sees Deb's mother and has a flood of emotions and is hit even harder when he finds out that Deb's mother and father are divorcing. Grayson already represents the father, so Jane and Grayson have to put up a "Chinese wall" within the firm. In court, David Beckham II's owner testifies and Hank the bailiff makes eyes at Jane, much to her surprise. Teri tells Jane about how she once went on a date with Hank and actually kissed him. With Deb's parents in the office, Jane once again has difficulty controlling her inner emotions, especially when she finds out Grayson knew about the divorce for months and did not tell Deb the secret. Back home, Jane and Stacy discuss Grayson's actions and Jane suspects Deb's father of foul play. Jane and Deb's mother discuss the items she wants from the settlement. Fred visits Stacy and attempts unsuccessfully to woo her with a song. In the dog case, Jane is once again distracted in court by the amorous bailiff. After the defendant produces evidence that could lead to a directed verdict, Jane buys her side some time. Jane and Hank discuss their date and Jane discovers she kissed him. Back at the office, Jane answers Deb's mother's mobile phone and finds out about Deb's mother's boyfriend. Jane goes to Deb's house and recalls Deb's beauty queen memories. Back at the office, Jane and Kim discuss the dog case and Kim and Teri head to the dog show to collect DNA samples. Jane and Deb's mother discuss the degradation of the marriage and Jane removes herself from the case. Jane then discusses the case with Grayson now that the "Chinese wall" is down and Grayson re-endears himself to the inner Deb. In the David Beckham II case, the DNA investigation turns the case on its head and the defendants decide to settle, even though David Beckham II's owner does not want to part with the new dog. Jane ties up the loose knots with Hank the bailiff. Fred decides to woo Stacy using the boom box method from "Say Anything" and makes a positive stride: Stacy now remembers his name. Deb's mother returns to the office and Jane keeps the Deb emotions under control but remains torn up inside.
Jane dreams about telling Grayson about her secret and Tim Gunn appears in the dream to give Jane some confidence in her future (and possibly her wardrobe). Jane wakes up, hungover from last night's birthday party. Fred is in Jane's apartment, but nothing happened between him and Stacy. Jane volunteers to help give some of Deb's things to Grayson. After a woman shows up to interview for her job, Teri is perturbed at Jane. A woman named Mary Anne Neely who knows Jane from a past case asks for her help, but is soon arrested on charges of murder. Mary Anne tells Jane her story and how she was only the driver of the getaway car, not the murderer. Grayson and Parker are supposed to work on a new case together involving Larry, a famous actor, but when the case only involved an incorrect death listing on a website, Parker leaves everything to Grayson. Fred hopes that Jane will not tell Stacy about his crush on her, but Jane is sure that Stacy already knows. Teri reminds Jane of her worth as an assistant but Jane still has no idea what she is talking about. Parker assigns Kim to Jane's criminal trial. Jane and Kim meet with Phillip, Mary Anne's husband, but he refuses to forgive her for duping him with a false identity. Jane looks through Deb's belongings and finds a mysterious bracelet. Stacy expresses possible interest in Fred but does not want to move forward while Fred is playing hard to get. Grayson, Larry and the website owner meet and the matter is resolved with a simple apology. In court, Jane's cross-examination results in a setback to her case. Larry returns to Grayson emboldened to sue all the media outlets who falsely reported his death. Grayson is annoyed but will deal with the litigation rather than bother Parker. Jane and Kim's case hits another snag and the state tries to make a deal for a manslaughter plea. Jane advises against taking the deal, suggesting that Mary Anne takes the stand to clear her conscience. Jane and Grayson discuss their cases and Jane is star struck when Larry interrupts them. Fred sees Stacy at the office and they try to play it cool. After Grayson secures the apologies from media networks, Larry still wants to sue the comedy shows who still make fun of him. In court, Mary Anne discusses her sadness and hurt and convinces Phillip to testify on her behalf - but it's too late, the defense had already rested the case. With Jane and Kim's case receiving media attention, Parker starts to ready himself to face the cameras. For her closing, Jane reads a heartfelt letter that Phillip wrote to Mary Anne. Jane and Grayson discuss his case and Jane reminds Grayson that Larry's somewhat annoying behavior might be related to a deeper meaning. Jane's client is sentenced to community service and is reunited with her husband. Grayson and Larry meet at the cemetery to visit the graves of their loved ones. Fred shows up at Jane's apartment, Stacy kisses him and they go out to dinner. Grayson shows up to retrieve the bracelet (it belongs to his sister) and he and Jane sit down to dinner together.
Lost & Found
Jane wakes up excited about working on a case for the first time with Deb's former fiancé Grayson but finds out that she has been assigned to a pro bono case and Kim is taking her slot with Grayson. Jane then finds out that today is her birthday and that she is 32 years old (Deb was 24 when she passed away). Jane's new client Michael Fernandez has her assistant Teri's eye but Jane is less than excited to work with the wrongly-convicted man. Michael's case strikes a nerve for Jane and she wants to help Michael make up for the lost time by taking the fight to the compensation board. Jane confronts Fred about the lost time but does not get a satisfactory answer. Meanwhile, in Kim and Grayson's case, their client Barry Schuster defends his website that offers a service to help married people cheat and Kim and Grayson have to find a way to defend it. Jane gives Michael a minor makeover before his hearing. Stacy runs into Grayson at the office and discusses her new "friendship" with Jane. At the Fernandez hearing, Jane makes an impassioned, sympathetic plea to the board. At the office, Teri confronts Stacy about their mutual friend Jane, arguing that Jane does not like massages and prefers onion-based appetizers. Fred and Stacy decide to throw Jane a party. The compensation board denies the request and awards Fernandez nothing. Teri helps Jane deal with the loss but Jane is not in the mood for a pity party. The massage therapist tries to work on Jane's back but she discovers that she is ticklish. Parker reads Jane the riot act for losing the case. In Kim and Grayson's case, Kim cross-examines the plaintiff and tries to make the case that relationship problems led to the husband straying. Jane researches the Fernandez case and discovers that the real killer had been dead for years for while Fernandez was in prison. Jane and Grayson discuss their views on marriage as Grayson has a hard time with Kim's disbelief in monogamy. Jane discusses the new revelations with District Attorney Callahan but comes up against the system. Parker agrees with the D.A., noting that an angry D.A. is bad for the firm. In Kim and Grayson's case, the plaintiff's attorney makes an ad hominem argument that could turn the jury against Kim, forcing Grayson to deliver the closing. In court, Jane turns the tables on the D.A., accusing him of negligence. Grayson delivers an honest but fair closing in his trial. The compensation board offers a $100,000 settlement and Mr. Fernandez accepts it, deciding that he wants to move on with his life. After winning his case, Barry Schuster asks Kim out to dinner but she declines it. At Jane's surprise party, Jane sings Deb and Grayson's favorite Jason Mraz song, jogging Grayson's memory.
Jane is stuck with a trucking case that was thrown out due to jury misconduct. Fred starts crushing on Stacy.
Teri asks Jane about Brian Young and reminds Jane of her 15-year high school reunion. Grayson and Kim have an awkward encounter around the coffee station and resolve to discuss their kiss later. Luckily, they have to go deal with the case of Mia, a distressed bride who wants to sue her maid of honor. Grayson apologizes to Jane about kissing Kim at the office and tries to persuade him that it could have happened with any woman at the office. Parker preps Jane for her new client, Brandon Tharpe, a strange business owner whose board is squeezing him out based on his recent erratic behavior. Kim is fed up with Grayson's hesitance and resolves to get the case in front of a judge. Stacy and Jane discuss the hotness of Brian Young. Kim attempts to prove the merits of the case to a judge and is given a small window to prove the damages to the former bride. Jane and Parker try to keep their client well-behaved in court but he ends up stripping off his borrowed suit. Grayson and Kim continue their debate over the value of a case built on emotional distress, but Kim keeps bringing in their personal lives. In court, Jane's client continues his strange behavior, wearing bunny ears on the stand. At the office, the groom shows up and tries to get in touch with his wife but Kim shuts him down. After making some strong arguments, Jane is upset when Tharpe proposes to a witness in the middle of court. Tharpe turns the tables on Jane and wonders how she could have flatlined but not understand his new lease on life. After Stacy makes a few alterations to her dress, Jane tries to mingle at her reunion. Jane finds Brian Young, but finds out that he is (and was) gay. Kim and Mia discuss their mutual male problems. Jane tells Brian the truth about Deb's soul being inside her, but Brian takes it the wrong way. Jane realizes how she can help her client: by letting him embrace his new self. Mia arrives early at the office and discusses the case with Kim. Despite Kim's insistence on litigation, Mia realizes that she is still in love with her fiancé. Jane delivers her closing in bunny ears and Tharpe steps in and adds his own thoughts before collapsing. Jane talks to Tharpe about his medical condition and urges him to reconcile with his son. At the office, Jane learns that Tharpe left the company to his son, who will continue Tharpe's mission. Grayson asks Kim out to dinner but she turns him down, hoping to rewind the clock to before they kissed. Jane takes a hot air balloon ride with Tharpe.
After a car accident, Deb finds herself inside the body of Jane, an overweight attorney and has to represent a client in a drug case while maintaining her composure around Grayson, Deb's former fiance.
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