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I would tend to agree with much of what has been said - too many story arcs that went unresolved. When did Kalinda do work for Lamond Bishop other than the work the firm did with his divorce. Was she set up with those receipts by Blake (last season?) The whole Kalinda tax fiasco that Will gave to Alicia without seemingly talking to about it is strange. You had the sense that the checks had to do with work Kalinda did for Peter Florrick and Glenn Childs but that has not come forth. Why is Peter so angry with Cary? Cary was demoted and seems very unhappy at the States Att. office so looking for better pay and better situation seems fair. The house? Jackie? Once again, too many story arcs for too few episodes. And, are Alicia and Will really over? It seems so, but once again, not really resolved. Alicia and Kalinda have moved forward and we can see that from the preview but what is Louis Canning after with Patti Nyholm? Also, the last preview showed Peter Florrick getting off
i don't think Lamont Bishop would think twice about knocking off Kalinda and also try also Alicia to cover up, he has too manny people to handle his dirty work. Remember he had his wife knocked off during their divorce proceedings and never turned a cheek and got away with it (good alabide).
In the promo for the finale Alicia gets a call from someone who is dangerous and Kalinde goes home to break open a wall in her apartment to get a gun she had hidden (why was it hidden).
Season 4 will be a total different from 1,2, and 3 we will have to wait till Sept to find out.
IT's over d (you don’t really think it’s over, do you?) When she said its over its over. Alicia doesn't want her children to find out what their mother has been doing while still married to dad, the word separated is way out of the question to them plus she knows what they would say and think of her regarding what she told them about trying to work it out and didn't.
Plus good old insecure Will has no intentions of making it permenent he has to manny others on the line for a johnson thrill.
Plus you don't think Peter would let him try HA HA.
Lamont Bishop is not a stupid man. It wouldn't be smart for him to touch one hair on Kalinda's head after the FBI have already questioned him about her. Talk about looking guilty! He knows they're watching him *and* Kalinda now. So, why harm her? In addition, Alicia was a witness to the conversation he had w/Kalinda. They may have attorney-client privilege. But, if you go around threatening the lives of your lawyer & their staff, they WILL find a way out.
Does any one know the song/artist that was playing during the "sex" scene between Juliette Nicholson & Will?
Yes, it is realistic that Lamond Bishop would threaten Kalinda - remember he had his wife killed last season because of the divorce? - he does not want any attention directed at him and the FBI situation would cause him to do something drastic - but I absolutely hate the Lana/Kalinda mess - let it be Cary/Kalinda and I'm on board - the scenes with Howard and Eli were so funny - that's what this show does so well - every type of emotion is brought to the fore.
lana and kalinda might as well do it.
i mean come on, everytime some case comes up, lana makes her moves on
finish what they may have started, in the storage room.
cary has returned, great. go back to working with alicia, diane and will again. shame he had to be sent to another law firm.
i am rooting for alicia and peter to get backtogether.
lana and kalinda make a great couple./what was with lamar, or what ever his name was, talking to kalinda about lana? was he saying realistick, or does he know that lana wants kalinda, and that was the only way to get them together?
All I can say is Mike Colter is fantastic. I was absolutely terrified of him!!!
For all of those who spit on Will, all these shady things we were to discover, all the secret maneuvers all the women, really, we are left with a sad portrait of a person who deals with his past, both in love life and in career and comes to terms with what he is: a great lawyer and an insecure man. He did not fight or do a thing for the woman he cares for. Smart move or not, again we’ll see in season 4 (you don’t really think it’s over, do you?) I said a bit sad just because he didn’t really shine this season but for now, a part from Diane, he really is the smartest and truer to himself.
Magnificent Diane, except again... story-lines fell flat, again and again. I’m beginning to think there were too many things that I found interesting, eventually some of them had to fall short. Except.. did we really need Dana? Or Lane? Or Eli’s competition, what was her name again? So much air time reduced time for our favorite characters, for what? What did they add that we didn’t alr
What we really care about is that it took Kalinda and Alicia (again) a whole season to make up and be friends again.
Alicia: they promised we would see her growing, and we did. Work work work. Kids almost out of the picture, just like the fans requested. Maybe it’s because this season was often interrupted, every thing seems far away, it seems like a year has gone by between her secret love life, her doubts and her final resolution. The whole house deal/ordeal, IMHO, as an excuse to revive the precedent life.. bit too much.
Hmm. Sometimes you get a feeling that the authors room is crowded and the person in charge to keep everything in balance is missing.
I don’t know what to make of this episode, looks like we will have more than one cliff hanger.. it took Peter a whole season to figure out if he will run or not. He is, Alicia by his side, how/what it will mean, for season 4 I guess. As much as I think Cary was badly used during the season, it feels like he made a bad call: you work for a guy that really trusts you, was about to compromise his standards to keep you on and is running for a bigger and greater office and you drop out because you can’t stand working in a cubicle? Sounds foolish, for someone as smart as Cary. It had “temporary occupation” written all over it.
As for Kalinda... of course a tax problem would develop in action and sex except, she never looked scared to me, just scheming and I had a deja vu with the Blacke situation.
forget that stupid willicia arc guys, it was foolish and a total waste of airtime, didn't fit this series at all. alicia is getting back to being the "good wife" and her mature relationship with peter works very well. along with carey being a lawyer again fits as well as alicia and kalinda working together on cases. last seasons finales final scene was just moronic and took them way off line, as it destroyed everything they had been building up to and her relationship with kalinda, which having two strong women as best friends and confidantes was very important for the show.
Now they are getting back on track, finally. will should have a new friend. surprising nothing came out of gov race. oh well, still a great show with wonderful, real characters. so unlike most of today's shows.
I enjoyed the episode. I thought the case of the week was good. It is often fun to see the other side of the judges. I agree with a previous comment that the thought of a romantic angle to the judge and his partner's relationship was implied.
I LOVE Lemond Bishop and the chemistry between Kalinda and the FBI agent is hot. I am looking forward to seeing that storyline continue. I was also surprised at the lack of storyline with the governor race. For better or worse, the Good Wife always has an abundance of storylines going on, so it is impossible to touch on every one every week. I think they balance it well overall but sometimes it causes a major plotpoint to get put in the background.
LOVE Cary back also and looking forward to them using him more.
Lastly, as a W/A fan, of course I can't stand his new love interest. But in real life, it would be unfair to ask him to sit back and wait for Alicia to decide she wants to be with him. So you really can't blame him for dating
I love Kalinda - she's a brilliant character, brilliantly acted. I'd absolutely hate for her to go.
The case of the week was kind of boring, but the real fun was the return of Agent Lana and Lemond Bishop. They made it special and the sex, passion and danger exploded- we're talking premium pay cable level thrills here! Wow. Big applause for Jill Flint and Mike Colter. Loved them. The TGW main cast were on their usual high standards.
I'm disappointed Will has been thrown into some new relationship.........I liked Juliette Nicholson on Law and Order Criminal Intent but I'm not liking her here.
I don't like seeing Kalinda scared. She definitely is. I hope it's not true what some here have said about her leaving the show. We will definitely be left hanging next Sunday when it comes to this part of the arc.
I, too, found it odd that nothing was mentioned about the Governor's race and Peter's mother. I guess they are saving that for next season.
Even if I would not eb a supporter of the W/A line, wich I am, I could not see why they would drop this in the long run.
I aways smile when I read Will is sneaky, mean shady, and so on. Yes he may is, but what is Peter? He put her through hell, sure it is up to every woman to forgive ad go back, but stopp making a saint out of him, he is not far from it.
To hire a priest and drop him when he is no longer needed?
I am catholic and as that you grow up feeling guilty, I am not talking about God but about the men who write the rules!
Sorry she sleeps with one other men while seperated and she is slut? But he is a great guy paying hookers and sleeping with people he work with for a favor, they nver said so far on the show why he slept with Kalinda, but you are even greater fool if you think she was the only one, at least if he would be a real person and not a guy from a TV show.
But I can't say this episode made me especially excited for next Sunday's finale. What about you? Are you all in on Kalinda's arc? Or would you prefer the crux of the finale to return to Peter, Alicia and the race for Governor?
I would like the crux of the finale to get back to Will and Alicia. I know that's wishful thinking but I really think the loss of direction everyone is talking about is because the Kings bailed on the shows direction when there seemed to be an uprising against the Willicia romance. They didn't have enough time to regroup and now they are fighting for a story arc. All the best to them in season 4.
Wait is achie (kalinda) leaving the show people saying she is I hope not she is the reason why I always get excited about watching the show on sundays I can't wait for the finale kalinda had a gun is it because her husband found her or lamond I am so confused right now.
I thought it's the funniest episode I've seen in a while. Howard was great as a distraction with his "who would you bring to a deserted island" question and the new small city judge. I thought it was funny when he gave a long summary of his life. I've laughed more in the beginning of the episode than in a while.
and of his own. (I got cut off).
I think I lost something. (Notice my name). Did Cary and Kalinda have sex? If so, when? I'm glad Cary's back in private practice. I liked this episode because of the issue raised about what a defense lawyer has to do to win and how so many people feel like the judge. They hate defense attorneys until they need one. They they throw whomever under the train to win. Fascinating. Lamond Bishop is really scary. Great actor who does him. What a role for him. Kalinda is always an interesting character, but we haven't been following her tax issues for some time. Let's get back to Mother-in-Law Dearest and whether or not Peter will blame Alicia for MD's stroke. One more thought---how about a new beau for Alicia, one not in the legal profession but one who is strong in his own realm---say, an artistic director of a theater or symphony or an architect---someone who would again make Peter think how foolish he was. Alicia deserves a good, accomplished man who is proud of her success an
I may be the only one, but I found this episode quite entertaining... How hilarious was the new partner? So easily manipulated by Eli, but yet so stupid that even Eli had to give up on him and realise he was more of a liability to him. I was rooting for cary to come back. Even though they're was a sexy scene between Kalinda and lana, I'm still rooting for her and Cary. They'd be good together.
Episode quite boring; and I can't stand to see that new Will's relationship! If we can't see them together, I' d really much prefer to watch all the political struggle between Peter and mark, and what's going on with the usual Good Wife..but the new blonde attorney, no, no no! And even kalinda, is becoming so so so boring. I hope in something for the last episode, but I'm losing hope. Could be interesting for Alicia deciding her direct engagement in politic. With a new man, please! After those Willicia fans clubs all over the world, is this the end? Bah! Ciao
Paola from Italy ( where there a lot of tgw fans)
I just hope that Kalinda is not written off. If so, TGW will be missing a giant part. She is a fine actress and watch each and every way how she will be shown.
I always loved Cary and glad to see him back where he started.
I wished that the Mike storyline was flushed out a little be this week. I supposed they will continue this on next season.
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