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Scoop: RAKE on FOX - Friday, June 27, 2014

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Scoop: RAKE on FOX - Friday, June 27, 2014Keegan must use a highly unusual tactic to defend a new client (guest star Brian Baumgartner) and his mother (guest star Debra Mooney), who both confess to committing the same murder, in order to protect the other. Meanwhile, as a result of Finn's school auction, Keegan is stuck with Louis (guest star River Alexander), an annoying boy whose father was the only bidder in the "A Day with a Lawyer" auction item. Also, Keegan discovers that Mikki is dating someone he knows in the all-new "Mammophile" episode of RAKE airing Friday, June 27 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (RAK-106) (TV-14 D, L, S, V)

Cast: Greg Kinnear as Keegan Deane; Mirando Otto as Maddy Deane; John Ortiz as Ben Leon; Necar Zadegan as Scarlet Leon; Bojana Novakovic as Mikhaela "Mikki" Partridge; Tara Summers as Leanne Zander; David Harbour as David Potter; Ian Colletti as Finn Deane.

Guest Cast: Kim Hawthorne as Gloria Barzmann; Nicolas Bechtel as Max Leon; Omar J. Dorsey as Roy; River Alexander as Louis; Jeffrey Nordling as Bruce Mangan; Debra Mooney as Dorothy Copely; Brian Baumgartner as George Copely; Sean Smith as Dr. Goodman; Bill Cobbs as Judge Rutchland III; Thomas Crawford as Judge Dretzin.


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