@Melissa @Martinelli - Yes, yes, yes! For the love of Team Gardner, yes!
This episode was definitely a bit off-kilter for me, too, but I think mainly because I didn't really connect with their case this week. Of course, I was impressed that Kalinda truly does have connections everywhere and that Diane pulled a selfless move in going to Deerfield and saying Will was responsible for the pro-bono program. Every scene with Will and Alicia was glorious and I couldn't help but yell at my TV, "give this man a hug already!" He has had the worst year ever. I think this episode served the purpose of advancing the story line just enough to get Will out of Lockhart Gardner and having Kalinda's tax file be passed to Alicia. After a three-week break, I think I was expecting a bit more... but with episode 16 on March 4, the creepy and quirky Colin Sweeney returns, so we're bound to be in for some good drama. I think what's most interesting is that we're going to see Will out of his natural habitat for awhile. This could be a great adventure!
There are so many characters who need revenge to be impressed upon them, not the least of which include Tyler and Amanda. Victoria almost seems like she's been put on the back burner due to other characters who are even more awful than she is. Who would have thought? I think Emily and Nolan will reunite before too long - their argument wasn't so epic things can be mended. That said, Emily treats Nolan like a piece of gum stuck to her shoe, so it's more her loss than his I think. At the end of the day, my favorite interactions continue to be Emily and Jack... now to oust Amanda. Maybe Tyler's wayward gun-flinging hand will inadvertently shoot her? Hmmm... happy New Year!
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