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As a public service to Hollywood, we decided to come up with 10 ideas for lawyer TV shows that aren't any worse than what's on TV right now. (By the way, we expect to see a check in the mail come pilot season.)
By day, the main character is a tough-as-nails New York City cop. By night, he's a tough-as-nails waiter in a hipster Brooklyn gastropub. "No, you can't sub kale chips for truffle-infused tater tots! Not on my watch!"
A traveling lawyer goes from place to place, fighting for the rights of the downtrodden when no one else will. It's like if "Knight Rider" were about a lawyer -- and there were no awesome talking car. (The joke only works if you pronounce "Vice" as in "Miami Vice." Get it?)
The adventures of humanity's first robot judge, which is programmed with the knowledge of every Supreme Court justice who ever lived. And thanks to a John Roberts subroutine, it can fill in as the umpire for the kids' little league game.
The story of several sexy young law students in their first years of law school. The catch is they're all in Ancient Greece and Socrates is actually their professor.
The trials and tribulations of a first-year associate at a big law firm -- and his ventriloquist dummy.
It's the year 2057, and Justice Ginsburg's grandson, Louis Brandeis Ginbsurg, is a justice on the Supreme Court. When he's in a particular jurisprudential quandary (which happens every week), he talks to the spirit of his grandmother, who appears in her customary jabot.
In this special themed edition of "Fashion Police," Melissa Rivers critiques trial lawyers' fashion sense, while a panel of lawyers critiques their advocacy style.
One's an uptight, fastidious patent attorney. The other's a messy slob of a copyright attorney. How could they possibly be roommates?!
Attempting to piggyback on the success of "Mad Men," this drama about a law firm in the 1950s features exactly as much sexism and day-drinking. Except they're lawyers.
Two federal appellate judges, once married to each other, have gotten a divorce. For some reason, they still have to live in the same house. With both of them under one roof, how wacky can it get?!
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