Sweepstakes. Follow Us. Home. Article. Franklin Bash on TNT Franklin Bash on TNT. By Lynette Rice. Updated July 26, 2011 at 05 02 PM EDT. … Franklin Bash has drawn 3.9 million viewers … Check out Breckin Meyer in TNT s Franklin and Bash for the ultimate dorky-to-decked out happy ending. Promoted by. TNT Franklin Bash 12 Lessons Zack Morris Taught Us About Cool. Franklin Bash is an American comedy-drama television series created by Kevin Falls and Bill Chais. The series starred Breckin Meyer and Mark-Paul Gosselaar as unconventional lawyers and longtime friends. A Turner Broadcasting executive referred to the series as a funny legal procedural , whereas in the United Kingdom it was referred to as Ally McBeal with Balls when advertised for its … Franklin Bash Created by Bill Chais, Kevin Falls. With Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Breckin Meyer, Reed Diamond, Malcolm McDowell. Lawyers and lifelong friends Jared Franklin and Peter Bash are recruited by a large firm s major partner after winning a high-profile case. TBS later decided the series was a better fit for TNT, and production moved to Los Angeles. The pilot episode achieved 2.7 million total viewers, and averages around 3.5 million total viewers per episode. Franklin Bash features Breckin Meyer, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Dana Davis, Garcelle Beauvis, Kumail Nanjiani, Malcolm McDowell, and Reed Diamond. The bets placed between the AI played by Yudkowsky and the Gatekeeper assigned to rein him in were at most thousands of dollars, not millions. The game had been held just five times, and the AI in the box won three of these times. Meaning, the AI usually got out of the box, but it wasn t a blowout. computer science Encourage interaction and drive interest by adding guest pinners The good news is that even if your background isn t in writing or web design, you can easily maintain a regular blog. All you need is a way with words and the ability to write in a conversational tone. The conversational aspect sets blogs apart from more newsy and antiseptic articles. Mysteriously, however, no one Koza, John R., Martin A. Keane, and Matthew J. Streeter, Evolving Inventions, Scientific American, February 2003.