Another great episode, Good Wife is definitely on the roll. I understand why Alicia was mad at Cary and Diane but still, I think they were right to hire David Lee back. Aside from the fact that he kicks ass and it's good to have him on your side, they really needed to act fast and Alicia was unavailable. The truth is, Alicia has different priorities now and she's already one foot out of the door. She may win the election and that's great for her but Diane and Cary still have business to run. And I really didn't understand Alicia's argument to Diane that if she were a man, no one would question her - it is true, but Diane is the last person I would accuse of being sexist. I think Alicia herself didn't know until now why she is running and that's what confused her partners as well.Plus, I don't know if it's my wishful thinking but that was some good tension between Alicia and Elfman. Keep it up!
Comment modified at January 12, 2015 07:00
I didn't mean it as a bad thing, Terrie, I'm actually glad that Alicia is putting more and more distance between her and Peter. I referred to her as 'saint' because that's what she was called throughout the series, 'Saint Alicia', who stuck by her cheating husband.
Good Wife may be back but Alicia is saint no more! Great episode, I loved how the story unfold - the way Cary was exonerated, Kalinda's involvement, Alicia's reaction. Sadly, we also witnessed what may be the beginning of the end for Kalinda but still, her actions showed just how much she cares about Cary. When it comes to the kiss, I've never been team Finn and Elfman is great so I'm 100 % on board. All in all, writers of this show, I salute you!
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