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In this episode, Jane and Kim provide pro-bono legal assistance to a death row inmate, Aaron Howard (Johnathon Schaech), who is set to be executed in 72 hours. Aaron needs legal advice about how to go about donating his heart to his estranged sister, Tina (Jamie-Lynn Sigler), who is dying of congenital heart disease. Meanwhile, Grayson defends Stacy in a case against her co-star and former fling, Brian Pullman. Kim asks Parker to make her a partner at the firm, but Parker is somewhat preoccupied with some shocking new information about his ex Elisa (Brandy Norwood). Owen (Lex Medlin) invites Jane to drop everything and join him on his one year sailing adventure in New Zealand.
Lifetime is just as in love with ‘Drop Dead Diva’ as we are — and has ordered 13 more episodes of the show to prove it. The network just announced a fourth season of the dramedy about a ditzy model who dies in a car accident and is sent back to earth in the body of a plus-sized lawyer.
“‘Drop Dead Diva’ is a signature series for Lifetime that continues to resonate with audiences with its heart and humor,” Lifetime president and GM Nancy Dubuc said in a statement to Entertainment Weekly. “We are thrilled to bring it back for another season.”
Looks like our girl Brandy had a spectacular time hanging out with the cast and crew of Lifetime Network’s ‘Drop Dead Diva’. Check out the video below:
Brandy makes her return to the show for episode 2/3 this Sunday night on Lifetime Network.
This Sunday, Brandy makes her return to acting with the start of a three-episode guest arc on Lifetime’s Drop Dead Diva. Her character, Elisa Shayne, ended a relationship with Parker (Josh Stamberg) eight years ago, and comes to him for legal help. She quit her job as a nurse to care for her dying father, and now his life insurance company refuses to pay out his policy. “I think she was really in love with Parker at one point, and you know how Parker is on the show,” Brandy laughs. “She couldn’t handle his lifestyle, so she moved on. She’s a really somber woman. She’s quiet. She’s a good mom. She loved her dad. She’s a nurse. She’s a caretaker. I fell in love with her when I talked to the producers about her.” That’s good, because producers are leaving the door open for the character, who has a secret that involves Parker, to return — assuming Lifetime renews the show. (Let’s get on that!). “She starts to work at the firm, and she definitely has some things that she’s keeping from people,” Brandy says. “That keeps me around. Hopefully it will bring me back for season 4, if they get picked up. I’m looking forward to that. I love Atlanta, where it’s shot. The cast is a family there. That’s a blessing to be able to come back to acting, and then work with people who are humble and excited to work with me just as much as I am with them.”