This was probably our favorite episode yet of The Good Wife, for a few reasons:
- On the surface, the show is your basic legal procedural. However, there's always the overriding theme of Alicia's status and Peter's affair. This week's installment - titled "Crash" and recapped on our site - combined these elements very well.
- Juliana Margulies is fantastic. Mark it down: she's getting nominated for an Emmy.
- Perhaps it's the Sex and the City fan in us, but Chris Noth is believable as the arrogant womanizer you can't entirely hate.
- It would be easy for the series to depict a merely adversarial relationship between Alicia and Jackie and/or Alicia and Cary. But, as showed well last night, it sets up these interactions in a more realistic, intricate manner.
What do you think? Is The Good Wife the best new show on television?