Did you ever think Fred Savage and Rob Lowe could be brothers? Did you ever think that could be the most awesome thing on TV this year? Well, I didn´t… but it is.
After realizing that Rob Lowe made an already funny Parks and Recreation funnier, I expected I was going to like The Grinder, but I ended up loving it.
THE GRINDER is a new comedy about two brothers: one a spotlight-grabbing actor who plays TV’s most popular lawyer and the other, a real-life, small-town attorney who has yet to find his spotlight.
DEAN SANDERSON, JR. (Lowe) spent eight seasons playing the title role on the hit legal drama “The Grinder.” When his series ends, he decides to move back to his hometown of Boise, Idaho, where his brother, STEWART (Savage), is poised to take over the family law firm.
Despite having no law degree, no license to practice and no experience in an actual courtroom, Dean’s charisma and flair for the dramatic make him absolutely certain he has something to contribute to the firm. As Dean puts it, “Let’s say you’re at a restaurant and Noah Wyle is two tables down. You go into cardiac arrest. You don’t think Noah Wyle could step in and help?”
Mary Elizabeth Ellis, William Devane, Natalie Morales, Hana Hayes and Connor Kalopsis round out a fun ensemble for this sitcom.
The only thing I want to see here is one case in which the Grinder is grinding a case that involves a client called Ann Perkins and Rob Lowe says “Ann Perkins” and points to her. Tell me if that´s not perfect!
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