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As a season veteran of life as a women I can see through the best at what the writers are trying to say, they are showing the ups and downs of life in general. There is no real story line to what could really happen from real life.
A real woman would weigh the pros and cons of what she has and find out why this happened, nine times out of ten it starts with herself. If you keep running your life into the ground it will drag everyone with you, this is the start of what could happen.
In the show Alicia started the same way until everything hit the fan, deep down she still has that love for her marriage. The Will BS is all a school fantasy there is no real chemistry there and never will.
She will see in the end she made the right decision and made the right moves with her family and job, the family comes first and job second don't ever change that or you will die a slow death.
1/ I like the Lion scene, and also the one with Eli and the DCC guy (as most of you).
2/ I didn't like at all the last scene. I guess it is normal to have it. I think Will doesn't love Tammy, but he can end up in a situation where he will have s serious relationship with her. So what. When Alicia will consider that she might not stay with Peter (he cheated on her before the beginning of this show but he lied since this same beginning, so can she trust him ... not sure), Will will not be available. I miss the flirting between Will and Alicia.
3/ I don't think I will miss Stern, but it was nice to have him around for a while (kind of a little crazy guy). Don't know if I would like too much of Canning.
4/ Cary gets more and more interesting. Hope we will know more about his motives (Kalinda, moral value, ...)
Does anyone recognize the home Stern's home, the one in which his family was sitting shiva? Is it in Chicago; if yes, what area?
1. I think I enjoyed the scene where Eli's trying to strangle the DCC guy the most. Mostly because Eli's often so smug about his ability to manage and manipulate others that it's refreshing to see him so thoroughly lose his cool. I do admit the talking lion is cute though.
2. I think it's so obvious that Will's just using Tammy that I was surprised that Tammy - an intelligent, successful woman didn't see it herself. Yes, I do think that Will likes Tammy. But from what I've seen of their relationship I very much doubt that Will's even in love with her. The chemistry's just not there.
3. I didn't really like Stern's character because he really didn't bring anything different to the table. He wasn't a great lawyer like Daniel Golden. He wasn't seeingly fresh like Wendy Scott-Carr. He wasn't even manipulative like Nancy Crozier. There was nothing special about Stern, so there's really nothing to miss. And since Stern's exit means an opportunity to bring in Canning more often, I find
Lol. Where can I get the talking lion?
I can't wait until we see the last of Tammy. She's Will's filler until Alicia becomes available.
I never thought of Kalinda as Cary's kryptonite. I hope she isn't the weakness that takes him down.
You know I didn't love Cary in season one but the changes he's gone through in season two are great. He's become one of my favorite characters too.
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