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Kallie, why would we want to see less of Alicia in court and more on the family? This is also a court/lawyer/legal show. I want to see her in court. I also want to see more of Will and Cary in court too.
@Bill, love your response to Esq. I can't understand some people's unforgiving attitude towards Peter. He has repented so many times, and you can see he has changed and wants his marriage to work But the same people who hate him for his cheating, want Alicia to be with Will even though she and Peter are not yet divorced. Talk about double standards. I can't wait to see Peter and Will in bed together. I don't want her going back with Will even though I like Will. Let him get another girlfriend.
I know I am the ONLY ONE, but I thought the scenes between Kalinda and Nick were HOT. I miss them.
Don't really like Maura Tierney too much. Her scenes feel awkward and wierd to me.
And what about the supposed one night stand Peter had with the campaign worker? Why would she put out such a complicated lie? That story can't be over.
Love Amanda Peet- wish she had more to do in episode.
Nathan Lane is SO good.
Great episode as always.
Kallie - More family life on The Good Wife? This isn't Mike and Molly or Modern Family.
When are we going to see the writers put together a series of episodes that make sense, this yes maybe or not every week is working for poor ratings down the line. First off this is about a wife who is still confused with her life as which way to go ( and Will is not the answer ) she has been to the top of the mountain and liked it. So lets see more of a get together of the family life and less of the office which has become boring week in and week out. If we need to see more court action put Diane in it Will couldn't win a case in kitty court and Alicia doesn't need to be in manny of those parts.
Esq. - you sound like a woman scorned. And what does the fact that you are an attorney have to do with anything? You practically spew venom talking about Peter, yet he has shown countless times the last two seasons that he is trying to protect his family from the spotlight of the political arena and has made it clear to Alicia that she can say the word and he will get out of politics if it means saving his marriage. Time and again he has tried to prove to Alicia he is not the same person that stupidly and selfishly cheated on her two years ago. Marriages have survived infidelity. And what has Peter said or done to indicate he wants Alicia to be less independent? On the contrary, I think that is one of the traits he most admires about her and she is obviously turned on by his polictial ambition. So I look forward to a possible reconciliation between Peter and Alicia. I find it refreshing that there could be at least one example in TV Land where a marriage whethers the storm of betrayal
You want the alleged affair to be true because your hatred of Chris Noth's character has no bounds. And just as much, you don't want Will and Alicia's affair to become public (I know you don't consider her relationship with Will an affair because Alicia had kicked Peter out of the apartment a few days before it started, but she knows the public would look at it otherwise, given the lengths she and Will went to to keep it a secret while she hilarioulsy pretended - as she has always has - to work on her marriage.
I am a married attorney. I really would hate to see Alicia and Peter reconcile. I see that as a huge mistake for her and her new-found independence. Peter is a cheating, power-grabbing manipulative man. A relationship once broken in that way can never be fully mended. At least Will loves Alicia.
The show is keeping everone guessing and that is good. Wondering why alicia/will interaction is missing is disappointing to some viewers but why. Are any of the will/alicia fans married? You can't be a good wife during adulterous thngs can you? Reconciliation should work!
Alicia's interveing with Kalinda about Nick: People can knock themselves silly telling a friend how bad their lover/husband/wife is, or wrong for them, but the wronged one has to see it for themselves.
Been there, done that.
In case everyone forget, Chenoweth got hurt on set while filming and then quit so I'm guessing last night will be the last we see of her on the show. As for Matthew Perry, he is on another series, so I doubt we will see him........but I guess anything is possible.
Really, who couldn't see what Maddie was going to do?
I am glad Nick didn't get the contract but somehow I don't think he's going anywhere.
I am wondering too just WHO Lana is investigating and why?
The case this week, in my view, wasn't one of the better ones. It had it's moments, but definitely wasn't one of the best. Can't wait for the Lemond Bishop trial.....
6) love carey scenes and his position in firm, glad they are making more use and he can't blame will. he went off with enemy, revealed their affair.....
7) when is will convo and voicemail going to turn up.......series finale??
8) jackie n nurse, genius keep her busy n background noise!!
9) trustee cameos always entertaining and i want him to join LG
overall 5/5 but sad about case outcome that they can't charge him regardless and loved brucey's brush off
1) we all knew maddie was going to do that, no surprise there but the way in which she did it kudos.
2) will directing was brilliant tonight, loved it!!!
3) alicia n kalinda bar scene ABOUT DAMN TIME!!! it had to happen, now kalinda to dig into maddie....
4) the picture is real but why??......who will be affected.....or are they a link ?
5) so matthew perry really not returning sighhhhhhhh
I agree with those missing Will and Will and Alicia scenes. Hope we get more. This was a very good episode. I enjoyed it and I do enjoy Nick. He can be the new Lamonte Bishop. Rogu client we can't help but love. Just not the Kalinda story. I still think Peter slept with somebody. There has to be more to it and I am enjoying maura Tierney on the show. Loved her as Abby on ER all those years ago.
I called it! I knew there was more to her than met the eye. She quickly zoned in on Alicia, decided against L&G's payment plan. She will use the space as her campaign headquarters. I have a feeling that she will win though. A nice way to mix things up. I love that Chenoweth was back, it would have been nice to see her interact with Miriam Shor. That would have been an amazing scene. Here's hoping!
Loved that Cary is getting back in the swing of things and his and Diane's you scratch my back I scratch yours is back in action. I think Cary is best at Lockhart / Gardner.
I wish Nick would just die. Seriously situation can only end badly.
I miss Will. I just love to watch him battling in court and his interactions with Alicia. The Good Wife without Will is less interesting to watch although I love the other characters too esp Dianne, Cary & Eli. I am beginning to enjoy the Trustee.
@Zxyldy Josh Charles (Will) directed this episode, so that's why he wasn't in that many scenes.
Where on earth is Will? He's had hardly any scenes or any story lines since he's been reinstated. Not to mention barely any screen time with Alicia? I don't like it.
Ok so why would Alicia point out things that could hurt Peter's campaign? As much as Maddie was a 'friend', it was not best to let her in on weaknesses of any sort, especially since her friendship was suspicious from the beginning. From what we saw, Alicia and Maddie shared more awkward moments than open conversations, so how did it reach to that point where Alicia got personal? How long have they been friends for? Alicia should have asked more questions, just because someone is throwing money at you, does not mean they would not have an agenda.
Really cold they way Maddie treated Alicia.
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