After four seasons of will they or won't they romance, Jane finally seemed ready for her happily ever after on Sunday's Drop Dead Diva. But what wedding comedy would be complete without a crasher? When an unwelcome visitor comes all the way from heaven, they make quite a splash.
This week, Drop Dead Diva welcomed guest star Kim Kardashian in "Picks and Pakes." Is orange the new black? Because that's exactly what she wore as she reprised her role as Nikki -- from behind bars.
This week, Drop Dead Diva delved into "Family Matters" with a mother seeking justice for her dead daughter. However, the real story, had more to do with Jane and Owen's struggle for control over their own family dynamic.
This week, Drop Dead Diva took a trip down memory lane. It brought back Deb's mother Bobbi, and teleported us to a time when Owen hadn't destroyed Jane emotionally. Also, a D-list Lifetime star (the big, scary woman from Dance Moms) makes a guest appearance. As for the episode's titular "Lady Parts," we get...
On this week's Drop Dead Diva, Jane tries to (really, seriously guys) put Owen behind her. But the plan hits a snag when he comes back to town, ready to explain where he's been. Meanwhile, the oh-so-interesting cliffhanger from the last episode (the one where it seemed like all of Harrison-Parker was going to prison) is resolved in about 2.5 seconds.
Drop Dead Diva hit the road this week as Jane and Grayson traveled to Jane's Alma mater, Stanford. Predictably, the trip turns into something more. Following the gloomy Owen arc, the change in scenery is just what Jane (and the series) needed.
Things got intense this week on Drop Dead Diva. There were no wacky lawsuits or heart-wrenching custody cases for Jane. This time, she's dealing with a murder trial, courtesy of Old Jane's mom. The accused killer: a 16-year-old swimmer who Old Jane used to babysit and be crazy close to.
In this week's Drop Dead Diva, Jane and Kim butt heads in classic fashion. But their renewed cattiness is offset by Parker's changing priorities as he tries to maintain the fledgling relationship with his son Eric. Oh, and where the hell did Owen go?
Drop Dead Diva is usually described (fairly accurately) as a Rom-Com. But this week, things took a turn for the dramatic when Jane handled the case of a Bhutanese woman being forced into marriage. Week after week, she takes on suits that range from fun to frivolous, but this one has implications beyond Jane's life lessons.
Drop Dead Diva is a series built around body image, and this week it brought the fading theme back to the forefront. Jane may have come to terms with her new look long ago, but when she's faced with a client who is suing a reality TV producer for rejecting his wife for being "too ugly," we see a thread come full circle. Find out more in our review of "Winning...
Kim Kardashian returned in true villainous form on Sunday's episode of Drop Dead Diva. But in "Freak Show," Jane didn't have time to deal with her, because she was too busy fighting a wrongful (but not so wrongful) termination suit and another enemy -- Owen's sister!
After last week's heart-wrenching premiere, Drop Dead Diva is back in fighting form. Sunday night, Jane battled her latest case of the week, while juggling her ever-complicated love life. "Home" also included the return of Kim Kardashian as Nikki, Jane's nemesis in the making.