The Good Wife > The Good Wife Review: The Comedian, Breasts and Brazil > Comments Page 2
Way too many plot errors to ignore. The writers obviously wanted to skewer the FCC and the network. But she was on a late night talk show. Late night talk shows haven't been live since Jack Paar. There was a football overrun(good inside joke}. This happens only on Sunday no talk shows on Sunday.Why is this trial in Chicago?Shouldn't it be in LA or New York?
I agree 100% with you! alicia and will are meant to be!!!Alicia is more happy when she is with will,and i dont think that she will be that happy with peter!
I predict the possibility of Peter and the JAG lawyer having an affair next season.
Null, I am a romantic who is also a cynic - once a cheat, always a cheat (Peter) so he should be given the boot; Will and Alicia are meant to be together. The show becomes less interesting for me if this doesn't happen. I know, I know - it would also be the end of the show if it does happen!
What?! No comments from the peanut gallery about there being MORE Carey this week????? I'm shocked.........
I agree with whoever said this week was a filler episode......I do agree it was great to see Alicia and Carey work together again......I'm positive we have not seen the last of Carey's father........they cast that role for a reason.........
I can't wait to see what Eli pulls out of his hat for Maddie.........
Can't get over Dree XOXO & coco 14 still hanging on to the premise that Will/Alcia is a good thing. Get over it; they have had their fling and it'time Alicia start working on restoring her marriage. Forgiveness isn't a bad thing and her actions with Will wasn't very lady like. Will is for Will and Diane should find out why he is against Cary getting more work and his favoring Alicia. Why shouldn't their affair come to light? Wouldn't it be interesting to see how that's handled?
Did anyone catch the phone call to Alicia at the very beginning asking her about "Brazil"? It was from an "unknown number." There may have even been two of them.
What was that about, and who was making the call(s)?
"...and Alicia helping Laura Hellinger find a job after she quit the Navy."
I believe she was Army not Navy.
As I understand it, Mr. Prescott was representing the network...they expected to get fined by the FCC. If Prescott could help Theresa (the UNfunny comedienne) change the FCC position, then the network had no reason to sue her because they would not be fined. She could have done much much more to help her case, but just wouldn't.
I was more interested in learning so much more about Cary's family/childhood....he's more likeable as a result, and the friendship between Cary & Alicia is wonderful.
Really enjoyed this episode. It was interesting as usual but the interactions between Cary and Alicia and Cary and his father were great. I have always liked Cary but never so much as now. It was heartbreaking to see his reaction when his awful father asked him for a favor after being AWOL for years. Cary has gotten through Harvard and has become a success without any help from dear old dad. And great job Matt Czuchry. He looked so crushed when he found out what "dad" really wanted. Let's have more of this personal insight to the characters. Alicia and Cary are great together!
I liked the episode. It was nice to see Cary and Alicia together, working together and when they weren't, they were hanging out in his room drinking together. I thought for sure that his dad was going to say he was dying too. I felt bad for him since all his dad wanted was a handout. (And in my personal opinion, John Shea in a father role is great but he's better as Blair's dad on Gossip Girl than this show; at least he's more compassionate on that one)
i also like how the show isn't always serious and how the characters are allowed a time out to just laugh and reflect on life...
overall it merited a 5/5 and hope they keep this form and happy at the mention of MP character!
ps maddie is a right dirty player isn't she! thought she was dodgy from the beginning and it seems she may have more tricks up her sleeve. i just hope will/alicia affair doesn't come out.....
I have problems with this episode. There were good and bad moments. Let me start saying that I'm tired of Brazil always being painted negativelly or as part of a joke on american tv shows. A Brazil shaped birthmark on Peter's penis? Really?? Was that really necessary?
Despite that, I enjoyed Alicia and Cary's moments together. They should do that more often.
I found it an entertaining episode and i liked how the writers have subtly lined up all the storylines to the same point so that viewers are up to date on situations. i found it interesting how the reporter asked eli does he know about this 'birthmark' is there something we need to be told about this night in room 15.......
alicia and cary moments i can't get enough off! his father on the other hand, i didn't understand his deal. is he really dying? in money troubles? secretly jealous of cary...i have a feeling this is only the beginning of this character.
the trustee is too invested in LG and glad david lee is on board with LG. the captain storyline however will have consequences later down the line and also shows the viewers how the corporate world is no different to other sectors. its about who you know not what you know..
I enjoyed it a lot - the funny parts were a welcomed relief from the Kalinda ongoing dark story - I am curious about the Amanda Peete storyline - it all seems a tad too coincidental - I liked the Cary/Alicia parts - I still want Alicia and Will to get together though -
This was a filler episode for me. Totally unnecessary. High points: meeting Cary's dad, getting to learn their relationship, and in spite of it all, seeing what a great person Cary has turned out to be - he should be proud. That's not "gushing" as he said. I also actually like Clarke Haydens role in this - Diane, who was always the voice of reason - is so paranoid about him that she doesn't see he's trying to "save" them. I don't know what it will take to save them, but am sort of breathless with all the storylines...wish at least one of them will wrap up soon and not wait till the finale. Feel as I am running a marathon here waiting for the finish line!
I think it was an amazing ep. Really love Julianna's laugh. Its so infectious. Seriously. Great episode but we seriously need to see positive steps towards Lockhart Gardner getting out from under their debt! That's the most painful part for me.
I know that the end game is that Alicia and Peter will come back together. Eventually. The road to recovery and perhaps reconciliation for them is going to be long especially when he realizes that she and Will had an affair just after their split. That will put a wrench in the works, not that he can exactly be all high and mighty. I'm happy where they are now.
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