Episodes: 18 (hour)
TV show dates: September 22, 2010 — March 11, 2011
Series status: Cancelled
Performers include: Jerry O’Connell, Jim Belushi, Jurnee Smollett, Tanya Fischer, and Gillian Vigman.
TV show description:
This drama revolves around two scrappy Las Vegas attorneys who go all-in when it comes to representing their clients. No client is too small or too sleazy for the law firm of Morelli & Kaczmarek.
Nick Morelli (Jim Belushi) is the hard-charging senior partner. He’s trying to repair his fractured marriage and stay an active part of his young son’s life. Still, Nick represents his clients to the best of his ability, often taking on cases no one else will touch. His partner, Pete Kaczmarek (Jerry O’Connell), is passionate about many things — the law, fast cars, beautiful women, and expensive clothes. In his spare time, you can often find him cruising the Vegas Strip in search of his newest romantic conquest.
Lisa Tyler (Jurnee Smollet) is the small firm’s new associate. She’s an enthusiastic young attorney who wants to put her days of exotic dancing behind her. The team’s assistant is Zoe Waters (Tanya Fischer). She’s young and sweet and does whatever she can to please her bosses.
The show is based on the lives of real-life Sin City attorneys Michael Cristalli and Marc Saggese.
Episode 18 — Morelli v. Kaczmarek
Nick and Pete split up their practice in order to defend a husband and wife who have been longtime clients and are accused of murdering a yoga instructor. We see how the professional split also takes a toll on their friendship. In the end, they are able to shore up the differences, and reunite.
First aired: March 11, 2011.
Image courtesy CBS.
Do Not cancel this show, especially if you leave on CsI Miami Please that show stinks……
This show is great. Don’t make us lose another great show. There are so many of us!!!
My husband and I love this series! The actors bring such life and spark to their roles and the scripts are highly entertaining. My only complaint, while I assume it is part of the character’s persona, is I hate the way Belushi is dressed. Yowza – those are some combinations. But, I’ll live with it happily if the show remains on the air.
Love this show. Laughter is what the world needs. Keep up the good work guys. My wife and I do not miss the show even when it was moved to Friday night.
Thanks for giving us a nice fun evening in our own home.
Kenny & Sue
So, why mess with this program and put true blue in its place tonight??? This is a good program– leave it alone!
THIS SHOW IS VERY GOOD AND I REALLY ENJOY IT. YOU CERTAINLY DID NOT HELP IT BY MOVING IT TO FRIDAY AT 8:00 BUT I WILL WATCH AND HOPEFULLY YOU WILL RENEW IT FOR NEXT SEASON AND FOR SEASONS BEYOND.
This is one of the better shows. Belushi and O’Connell work well together and dress very sharp..Keep up the good work!
The pilot for this series was less than inspiring. While it is supposed to be in Vegas, I got no real sense that it was. Also the acting by O’Connell and Belushi was awful. And Belushi looked awful too. If this is the best we are going to see from this much hyped series, i don’t hold out much hope.