The Good Wife > The Good Wife Review: Losing Their Will > Comments Page 3
Why are they writing Will off? Mathew Perry..really?? Maybe he's leaving for the same reason William Petersen left CSI Nevada.
Matthew Perry ...are you kidding?? I don't know if I can watch the show anymore without Will. How can you take out such a main character? I have watched the show from day 1 and loved it from the start and of course how can you not love Ms Margulies. I love the entire cast...entire... Most of my friends feel the same as I.
I will start watching the show when Will returns and not before..trust me.
PS..M Perry is no sub for Will. I am truly upset over this and yes I have a life but this show takes me to another place on Sunday evening.
Regards Mrs. "P"
While I really like The Good Wife, and have since its beginning, it's
becoming more like a soap opera than anything else. Aside from the sometimes
confusing story lines, the audio feed leaves a lot to dislike. I missed much
of the dialogue because of occasional soft audio & muttered lines, plus waaay too much dialogue to begin with. I still have no idea who the people
were from Syria (their names being incomprehensible), or what any of them had to do with the software problem. It was just a jumble. Sorry, I may get flack from this review, but I may have to give up on this series unless it calms down a little. Oh, and the business of the judge was just stupid.
Will is honestly one of my favorite characters so if hes not going to be on for awhile thats going to be really crappy! I love will and alicia together. She is so happy with him. And after all the years of her stupid scumbag husband lying to her and cheating on her and not treating her like the amazing woman she is, she deserves to be happy! I love that she always thinks of her children, but doesnt she understand that her children love her and just want her to be happy?? They are pretty damn understanding. Im sure they would get used to her being with Will as long as they know shes happy. Ugh.
To woman up surely you are not a Peter lover. He is a scumbag.
I'M a little confused about the start of last nights episode where the office is having a party which was the last thing we saw 2 weeks ago when Kalinda call Alicia at home to tell her about the verdict and was she coming to it. No, she had the kids and was telling them about being a good close mom and they would be going on a vacation. Then the start this week has her coming in to the office with the party going on and getting a new case, did somebody screw up on the storyline ?
I sure am glad to see Will get his ass kicked, he should of got disbarred for all the underhanded BS that the firm does in the terms of goodwill.
The upcoming case on Kalinda and taxes I see a big surprise to Alicia that will open her eyes in the Peter and kalinda rumor, she might find out what kind of a person she has been and tries to ask for forgiveness.
So tired of the show airing every couple of weeks. Hoping Alicia and Will would hook up again. Not the episode I expected.
I, for one, am sick to death of this show not being shown in consecutive weeks and getting preempted, by all things, GOLF?!?!?!!? REALLY??????????
It's bad enough we got preempted weekly for stupid football and NOW GOLF???????????
CBS has dropped the ball with this show and CSI Miami by putting them on Sunday nights. I personally feel NETWORKS(ABC,CBS,NBC,FOX) should not be showing sports because there's HUNDREDS of channels dedicated to sports and that's where it should be shown!!!!!!!!!!!!
Now that I have that off my chest.........
The editor is right when he says that no one really seem surprised at the development with Will. It does seem he will be back, the one guy is going to be gunning for his office.......and it will be interesting to see what Alician uncovers in Kalinda's case and what could happen at the DA's office with Cary.......
too damn bad we have to wait 2 weeks AGAIN...........
I really liked this episode, as it opened up a few questions for the rest of the season. Like I'm not exactly sure what was up between Dana/Cary/the other ASA whose name I always forget. I'm secretly hoping we see more of what's going on in the State's Attorney's office than we usually do, because I think their dynamics are really interesting. Definitely disliked that Cary seemed incredibly blah this week. Maybe it's because I fell in love with him when he played Logan Huntzberger on Gilmore Girls, but sometimes I feel like the show makes him act like he's battling depression or something.
Really interested to see what's going on in the Kalinda tax case, as it may shed a little more light on what happened with her and Peter.
I loved this episode. We got some answers and questions as well.
1. I'm glad this whole "what Will did in the past" thing for Will is over. Now he can't be accused of this again, ever.
2. Alicia will get a more important role at the firm.
3. Now that Will is no longer her boss, they can hook up again :))))))
4. I'm curios to see what will Dana do. This is not over for her, she will fight back and Cary is going to be his first target.
I think Will will be making a movie or will be starring in a show for the next 6 months just like Greene did on Law and Order. Will he come back? I certainly hope so. Alicia did not seem to have any emotion at his departure. What's with that. It's like nobody cared. Hopefully this will remain a favorite show of mine. The network is making it difficult with all the irregular times and not consecutive weeks.
This episode moved at a fast pace, almost seeming as if the writers were trying to fit a lot of important details into the one hour slot.
In sports, this would be called lining up a future shot. Will is gone for a while and the dynamics of the firm have all of a sudden changed. What does this mean for Alicia? Will Kalinda be the only person left there that really has her back? Will this lead to a stronger camaraderie between she and Dianne? What is in the tax file that Will handed her? It should make for some interesting drama in the near future.
I just wish CBS would have a heart and place "The Good Wife" back into a time slot that is a sure-no-delay position.
5/5 for this episode from me! Emotional but so real! Loved it! I simply cannot imagine The Good Wife and/or the firm without Will! I was like... now what? I agree we did not know a lot about those charges but to me the whole thing occurred for 2 reasons:
A) to give Alicia Kalinda's case and
B) to give Will a chance to involve Alicia in the decision process.
I am kind of frustrated though about one tiny thing: Peter ultimately succeeded in getting rid of Will having also appeared as the good guy for firing Wendy? No way! Why didn't you mention the Dana-Cary scene at all? I think there is "something" there!
Also loved the amazing devil's triangle with Eli and the crazy competitor and the sweet ex-wife!
I am very intrigued about the future. Will Dana try to avenge Peter and Cary by siding with Kalinda? Will we lose Will altogether? What will Alicia uncover in Kalinda's case file?
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