While Owen and Kim attempt to talk some sense into Jane about her relationship with Ian, Teri realizes Ian is her former classmate responsible for ruining her chances at stardom.
Kim and Owen are baffled and unsupportive of Jane's new whirlwind romance. After Kim is rescued from a mugging by a masked superhero, she ends up representing the mystery man when he's sued by the mugger.
With Grayson reincarnated as a death row inmate (Jeffrey Pierce), Jane (Brooke Elliott) must stop his execution. Kim (Kate Levering) represents a choreographer whose work was stolen by a pop star. Owen’s (Lex Medlin) panic attacks jeopardize his and Stacy’s (April Bowlby) wedding.
As Jane (Brooke Elliott) takes on a client who’s being sued for identifying the drunk driver who killed her brother, Kim (Kate Levering) represents a ventriloquist who can’t fly without his dummy.
With Grayson (Jackson Hurst) in the hospital with a gunshot wound, Jane (Brooke Elliott) represents people living near a hot sauce factory who claim its fumes are making them sick. Kim (Kate Levering) lands in the middle of her parents’ divorce settlement. Guest starring Bess Armstrong and John Ratzenberger.
As Grayson (Jackson Hurst) worries his client is guilty of murder, Jane (Brooke Elliott) fights for a student’s right to use the boys’ bathroom at school even though he was born a girl.
Jane (Brooke Elliott) and Grayson (Jackson Hurst) help a dying teenager find a bone marrow donor, while Owen (Lex Medlin) fights a friend’s impeachment as mayor after she leases Malibu’s City Hall to replace a school that was destroyed in a fire.
An unassuming housewife’s arrest for treason pits Jane (Brooke Elliott) and Grayson (Jackson Hurst) against the government’s top secret intelligence bureaucracy. Kim (Kate Levering) represents a family of foster children who are being kicked out by their new parents.
As Jane (Brooke Elliott) represents a professional cheerleader who says she’s being bullied by her teammates, Owen (Lex Medlin) counsels a family to secede to protect their home from being seized by the government. Meanwhile, Teri (Margaret Cho) impersonates a lawyer to protect Paul (Justin Deeley) from his creditors.
Grayson’s (Jackson Hurst) childhood friend enlists him and Jane (Brooke Elliott) in a fight with his in-laws over where to bury his late wife. A twelve-year-old orphan asks Kim (Kate Levering) to adopt him.
Tensions arise between Jane (Brooke Elliott) and Belinda (guest star Virginia Williams) as they defend an out-of-control aging rock star (guest star Rick Springfield) against being expelled from his band. Grayson (Jackson Hurst) fights to save a graffiti-strewn low income apartment building from a greedy developer by claiming it’s a work of art.
While Jane (Brooke Elliott) fights for an innocent man’s parole, Grayson (Jackson Hurst) and the firm’s new lawyer (guest star Virginia Williams) claim a cruise ship line’s negligence caused their client’s divorce. Grayson confronts the truth about Deb and Jane.
As she struggles to find out how much Grayson (Jackson Hurst) knows about her and Deb, Jane (Brooke Elliott) uncovers a dark secret that could land a client (guest star Jessica Tuck) in prison. Old tensions are renewed when Owen’s (Lex Medlin) estranged brother (guest star Colin Egglesfield) asks him to sue a strip club.
All will finally be revealed in the final season of Lifetime's critically- acclaimed hit series "Drop Dead Diva." Starring Brooke Elliott and Emmy Award nominee Margaret Cho, "Drop Dead Diva" follows the story of shallow model Deb who suddenly dies in an accident only to find her soul resurfacing in the body of a brilliant, plus-sized attorney, Jane. S. Epatha Merkerson also reprises her role as Judge Hiller, while John Ratzenberger returns as Kim's father, Larry Kaswell.
As Jane takes up an Amish farmer's fight against fracking, Grayson represents a dominatrix who's suing a deadbeat client.
Jane represents Bobbie Dobkins, whose arrest for soliciting a male prostitute exposes the unorthodox steps she's taken to improve her sex life.
Luke tries to dissuade Grayson from trying to hook up with Jane on their business trip.
In a case involving toxic soil, Jane decides to represent the plaintiff, in these clips from episode 10.
In these highlights from episode 7, Jane takes her mother's case when she gets in legal trouble with an airline.
Just as Jane and Tony's relationship goes to the next level, Tony gets an amazing job that requires him to move across the country, in these clips from episode 4.
Grayson is talking to Jane and Owen interrupts them and Grayson is a little jealous.
When a sorority sister from the past gets into financial trouble with a casino, Jane takes her case, in this scene from episode 9.
Jane finds out that Kim may be pregnant with Grayson's baby, which causes her to revisit some old feelings, in these clips from episode 3.
Luke updates Fred on Jane and Owen's relationship, in this episode 4 (Winning Ugly) webisode.
Jane receives a phone call from a death row inmate claiming to be Grayson, in this scene from Episode 10 (No Return) of Drop Dead Diave Season 6.
When Jane takes on the case of her recklessly behaving mother, all sorts of new family drama is revealed, in these clips from episode 5.
New guardian angel Luke tells Fred about what's happening down on earth with the gang from the law firm.
Luke mocks Fred's abilities as a guardian angel and attempts to display his own prowess.
Margaret Cho and Carter MacIntyre talk about their characters, Teri and Luke, in this behind-the-scenes flip-cam video.
Webisode where Luke brags about how Jane and Owen are engaged and how well he s doing as a guardian angel.
In this behind the scenes flip cam video, Maragret Cho interviews Carter MacIntyre about his character, Luke.
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