Described by Doug Thomas of Amazon.com as "a little more hip than Little Bear and a little less talky than Arthur," Franklin is a delightful cartoon about Franklin Turtle, his family and his many friends. Although Franklin is a turtle, he's like any kid his age. He attends school, enjoys playing with his friends and likes to try new things on his own, although sometimes he still he needs some help from his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Turtle. He has a goldfish named Goldie and a stuffed dog named Sam. There were a few changes to Franklin throughout its run, including the introduction of a new opening sequence and the introduction of Franklin's baby sister. There were also a few cast and crew changes. However, the important things stayed the same. The program went on to air six seasons, as well as a direct-to-video movie, Franklin and the Green Knight and two other direct-to-video releases. Additionally, a Franklin CD was released: Hey, It's Franklin, which contains the show theme song, m
|9/17/2014||Dance the Night Away|
The guys advocate for an injured stripper, and ultimately help the dancers of Los Angeles to unionize. Meanwhile, nemesis Damien Karp rejoins the firm.
Peter and Jared defend a high-school newspaper reporter accused of running a smear campaign. Meanwhile, Jared and Swattello must detail their relationship to HR, and Infeld sues a dry cleaner.
|9/3/2014||Good Cop/Bad Cop|
Peter and Jared become the targets of a dirty cop; the boys turn to Peter's old flame for help; Stanton Infeld competes against his nephew for a high-powered piece of business.
|8/27/2014||Love Is the Drug|
A driver who works for a crowd-sourced taxi service is accused of stealing celebrity handbags with the help of one of his passengers. Peter and Jared have their work cut out for them when it's revealed the passenger used a fake identity to book the rides, and left their client to take the fall. The guys must find the mystery girl and convince her to confess, but when they do, they discover the driver's crush on her is so debilitating, it's almost clinical, giving them no choice but to put his neurochemicals on the stand and prove his "crush" is akin to that of a "judgment impairing drug." Meanwhile, furious that his caricature has been removed from a local restaurant, Infeld sucker-punches the owner, re-sparking a bitter rivalry.
|8/20/2014||Kershaw vs. Lincecum|
The firm's newest attorney, Anita Haskins, takes point on a seemingly simple divorce case, but when it's revealed that the plaintiff is married to a plastic surgeon who's been subletting at the firm, Peter and Jared step in to ensure they don't lose the much needed revenue stream. They guys must now win the case by proving the surgeon cheated on her -- with her. Also, a promise to score tickets to a highly anticipated baseball game sends the boys calling in favors all over town leading to a kiss Peter or Jared will never forget.