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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?

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Coco 14
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!

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I predict the possibility of Peter and the JAG lawyer having an affair next season.

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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!

Terrie

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.........

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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?

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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)?

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"...and Alicia helping Laura Hellinger find a job after she quit the Navy."

I believe she was Army not Navy.

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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.

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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!




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