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I wonder what the whole Caitlyn thing was all about. Can't believe she'll just disappear from sight. Is there a different storyline coming here? Or are we simply finding ammunition for office politics. David Lee is never going to forgive Alicia.
Nothing about Kalinda's taxes. Will Alicia find evidence that Peter's relationship with K was more than they both let on?
Let's hope for an uninterrupted run from now on.

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Is Caitlin really gone? I thought her smugness about being
In love and pregnant was a clue that she was about to drop a big bomb on Alicia. Is will the fiancé/baby daddy?

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I liked this episode. Was totally surprised by Caitlin's departure, but good for the show keeping us on our toes! Loved Diane's little ramble about the glory of the law...only to have it turn to a conversation about a turkey baster! I really love Cary, and I think his character is great...but is there a reason he seems so depressed this season? I'm not sure we've seen him smile in a really long time. I don't know if the writers have a point to this or if Matt Czuchry is just doing some poor acting (which I really doubt) but I hope things start getting a little more exciting for him soon!

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Who makes that red jacket Alicia wore in this episode???? It's beautiful!!!

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What was the song at the end of the episode as Alicia inspected the old home?

Blu

Even shun those who bring it up but its a realistic perception. It would be suspect that a not nearly as experieced kid got promoted over the experienced black shoe in,that the black girl was suddenly demoted and the black employee was fired when Cary seemingly experienced no repercussions. Sure we know it wasn't the case, Cary was promoted because of his previous relationship with the other firm mostly etc but that would be the perception that reasonable people would come ti.

Blu

I knew that would be the title of this review. Lol! I love having Dylan on. This show does a great job if having memorable and amazing recurring characters. I thought the episode was thoroughly entertaining. I too was surprised at caitlin 's departure. I wasn't a fan of her and I too thought she was being set up to be a villain. I thought Cary was great for telling the truth. I don't think a "race card "was being played.I know we love to convince ourselves that its no longer an issue and

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The only saving grace on last night's episode was Alicia's struggle between past and present, about moving forward or not in regards to figuring out where she and her kids are going to reside. I could care less about Colin Sweeny and his depravity or the many different definitions of what constitutes sex. What "The Good Wife" needs is an infusion of challenge in the courtroom, a return to season one and season two to where we felt invested in the characters. Season three thus far has fallen flat. To the writer's of TGW, roll up your sleeves, sharpen your pens and create story lines worthy of the talents you have at your disposal.

Terrie

Caitlyn was built as a villian because she is related to David Lee. We all know what a slime David Lee is. Her leaving was a bit of a surprise but the reasoning gave Alicia something to think about and was interesting.

I don't think we've seen the last of Colin Sweeney. Dylan Baker is a delight as this character. I'm thinking he will kill Isobell.

Did not like the race card being played, but unfortunately, even in this day and age, that is the reality. I'm not real big on Carey(he's a snake), however, it was good to see him man up to what he did and now he'll face the music. I doubt it will earn him the respect of all his peers. We'll see. I don't see Peter firing him.

Loved Alicia's wardrobe last night. She looked great! The tour of her old house was sad. I think she's realizing she can't go back. I think it's time to wrap up whether or not she'll go back to Peter. Of course he wants her to come back because he wants to be governor and wants a trophy wife.

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Jose T, you do understand to an outsider (and Peter's political enemies) it would appear that race was a factor when some are fired and demoted and the guy with lesser senority is promoted and not fired for fraternization with subordinates. I imagine that is why the writers put it in the dialog. We, the viewers understand what happened but the characters making the charge don't. It just illustrates how in the real world things can seem to some whether they be real or not.




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