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I missed the titles and didn't realise Perry was a guest star - and spent a good dealof the episode trying to figure out who this guy was that looked SO like MP but sounded so incredibly unlike him! He changed his voice and vocal mannerisms completely! Kudos him!
I don't agree with the comment about the GW using such an episode at this time - I think the timing was unfortunate but accidental - and the series is so tightly written that they couldn't put it on out of sequence. I wasn't sure where the panel were going - i guess it was really just a ploy to introduce Perry's character. Hey, why should Diane have all the fun?
I liked the episode though the 'case' was thin as water. The house storyline was better - Jackie is so loathesome - welcome back.
great show, Jackie and Alicia showdown is coming and it seem like Will never left the office...lol
My bad, looks like THREE WEEKS till the next new episode as it airs 4/15/12
Too bad we have to wait 2 weeks for the next episode..............
Very solid episode.........I can't figure out what is going to happen with Kalinda next.
I'm sure Alicia is going to have some harsh, although deserved, words, for meddling Jackie. Why can't she just learn to stay out of it???????????
I loved that Eli, Julius nor David Lee got Will's spot. Served them right..........
Was great to see Jill Flint in a different role........hope she'll be back.
Does anyone know if Perry beat his drug addiction?
This episode filled me with loathing. Coming as it does on the heels of the Trayvon Martin case, the sight of bunch of middle-aged, mostly white men trying to cover up the shooting of an unarmed black man, and trying to pass to off as an effort to prevent a race riot, was disheartening and sickening. (Yeah, e know how violent African Americans get when they're angry.) I will never be able to look at Eli again and enjoy his particular brand of political "gamesmanship." Who cares if he gets to "do what he does best"? He's a slug, and so is Peter. They belong in prison, or at least the deserve to be unemployed. (Odd - in the good Wife universe, using prostitutes is a scandal, and yet a racially motivated killing is not.) Particularly galling was the idea that the victim's son had to turn to Alicia to believe him - as though only a white woman could secure justice for a helpless black man. (It's "To Kill a Mockingbird" all over again.) Surely - as the aftermath of the Martin killing shows
The best show on T.V. I wait every week for the next edition! I'm so glad it is going to return next year. I can't understand why there was any question about that. Keep tit up Mr. & Mrs. King!!!!
Last night's episode was perfect. The characters were so entertaining and the episode surprised me - I had my own theories about what would happen and each one was shattered :)
It was nice to see more Kalinda and so great to see her and Alicia working together. I'm a little unclear as to why Agent Delaney is pestering Kalinda though - is she just THAT hooked on her or is she really looking for a way to get Lamont Bishop? Either way, I loved their scene together and I hope Jill Flint returns.
Will & Diane are priceless.
The blue panel dragged a bit, but everything else was outstanding. The return of Jill Flint Lana was a sexy good time, and Jackie Florrick versus Alicia never ceases to be hilarious.
What another great episode! Bringing in so many of the personalities is fantastic - Will's resolution of his replacement was priceless - every single character was terrific -
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