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This was really nice episode and very fun ! Carrie Preston is great. Hope she gets some award for being the best guest star !
Best quote of the episode is when Will said to Elsbeth " I just realised you are RAMBO !" That really put a smile on my face !
To me it was refreshing to see Peter and Alicia getting along and seemingly working on their relationship. I hope Eli goes to his bag of tricks and get Peter's campaign back on track. The show was very interesting and I look forward to the coming episodes
It seems thar Carla Day that did the Tag Review has a thing about Peter Florrick finding redemption. Will is a bad mix for Alicia, His narcissism and scheming to get what he wants is apparent. He knew Alicia was married and was going through family problems. Take her to a bar and get her high and take her to bed. Thank God Alicia realize that whatt they were doing was wrong and she called it off. Will even let Diane think that he broke it off to keep his inflated ego intact. Why hasn't Will ever gotten married; he's been with enough women?
How much fun would it have been if they had Cary face off against Geneva in the bail hearing? A lot of fun...oh, but they would have had to have a scene for Cary so that would just be too much to expect.
I loved this episode. Maybe the new campaign manager could have a relationship with Alicia's brother.....not sure if he is playing a straight character here or not. I love the kids, loves Ellsbeth (don't most lawyers need a psych evaluation...lol). Loved it when Alicia said , "Sorry just the wife"....the look on Eli's face was priceless. I want to see an episode where Peter and Alicia are alone in the house....with flashbacks to their old life when they were happy....or an old neighbour who lived next door making a judgemental comment about their modern family situation. Zach and Grace are great sidelines and I love all the characters onb this show. Amazing cast and storylines. Michael J Fox also dazzles on this show and I was sorry to hear him leave for his own show....this was his springboard to come back.
This was a fun episode with French, sex and the refreshing return of Elsbeth. I particularly enjoyed the psychological evaluation and the so-called "pep talk" that preceded it. There was certainly a lot of food for thought there. I also enjoyed the interplay of case decisions and action between the partners at Lockhart/Gardner and Elsbeth peeping through her prison bars. As far as the hook up between Alicia and Peter, well...we all have needs and Alicia is firmly at the helm of that boat and proud of it. It's one way of taking care of her own needs while getting back at Peter in some odd and perverted way. At any rate, why not? Finally...I don't know about anyone else, but I set my TIVO and returned to find that yet again, the network's football game delayed everything and I missed the last 5 or ten minutes of this episode-SO annoying!!!!
I like Peter when he is on the show. I also love when they do shows about Chicago Politics. I did not care for Alicia and Will at all. I like Alicia and Peter better. Alicia loved being married to Peter and the power it gave her. That is why she likes having sex with him in wierd places and she likes to have him throw his weight around when she needs something. Peter is the one who messed up the marriage by cheating. I know he still loves Alicia and don't know if he would ever cheat again since it cost him so much. I think by the end of show they will put Alica and Peter back together as a family. Wish they would show the kids more and Alicia's brother more.
Yes it was an excellent episode. always enjoy the good wife when it has a mix of drama, humor and sex, a little something for every emotion. Alicia & Peter just having sex - is probably realistic as some former couples do get together for hoop - ups only. I like Chris Noth so i do not mind the campaign storyline. I always look forward to Sunday night so i can get my fix.
Alicia is doing the same thing with Peter, what she did with Will. She uses them. Good for her.
Why are they having Sex? My Information can be wrong, but I heard it's a very pleasant activity and people don't have to rebuild their marriage to have it.
This was one of my favorite episodes, if not my most favorite, though I wonder if the anti-French element is getting to be to a bit of a cliche for American TV.
The way the abortion issue was handled affected me the opposite it did tvfanatic, who approves of how the legal team supports the star runner and approves the star runner for valuing her privacy more than her Olympic medals and her $5 million contract. Please. She wanted to keep her reputation untainted by her abortion, especially, she says, with her family. But this meant living a lie: she had an abortion and didn't want anyone to know about it. When did hiding the truth become courageous?
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