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There were three main storylines this week. They were:

1. Kalinda's feud with Blake intensified. She went to Cary to help learn information about her fellow investigator, which included the nugget that he used to be involved with a Baltimore meth gang. Bond even bailed Blake out when he got arrested once.

Blake, meanwhile, tracked down a lawyer named Donna. We earlier saw her with Kalinda and it was clear these two dated, at the very least. Blake showed up with Donna at a firm gathering to end the episode, much to the chagrin of Kalinda.

2. Eli used his devious powers to get Childs' side to make a video that mocked Wendy Scott-Carr for getting breast implants. But this backfired on both sides when the candidate revealed she got them because she had breast cancer. Childs' campaign manager resigned a result of the mishap. Eli also found video of Grace at a rally for Wendy, as she later told Alicia that she does admire her dad's opponent.

3. The firm took on a class action suit that pitted its client against a pharmaceutical company. Michael J. Fox guest-starred as the lawyer pitted against Alicia and Diane and his character exploited his neurological disorder in court to sway the jury. He was also simply a good attorney.

In the end, he agreed to settle for $35 million, which was a major result for the firm. Looks like it is back on track financially now, but Alicia received bad news when Fox's character admitted after the trial that the class action suit was worth closer to $90 million and he'd have settled for $50 million.

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Anna maria

oh @Faye Allen is also the same person, I only saw that now

Anna maria

haha @opal if you think this is porn wait till you see true blood! I personally think this opal, mm and ramona are the same person. I serioulsy doubt that three people woulod react this way and post one after the other, sorry. there was nothing sexually explicit in this show except for the mice, come on. Glee has more than that!


Some of you people are so clueless that it boggles the mind. For one thing, if your kids are up until 11:00 p.m. on a school night, watching a program that is OBVIOUSLY meant for mature adults (which seems not to include YOU, BTW), then I'll bet they already know a lot more about the real world than you want to think they do. As for the rest of you who are going to quit the show over a simple KISS, ask yourselves how many times you've watched a show where a person has been raped or murdered. Do you really find that to be more acceptable as entertainment? How sick are you? How many times do you think your precious children have watched someone being beaten and murdered on TV or in a movie? Hundreds? Thousands? Don't you worry that they might find that at all disturbing, especially if they are sensitive enough to think about the victim's pain and suffering? Where are your priorities? Are you sure you should be attempting to raise children? And yet you come unglued at the idea that they might learn that Kalinda was once in love with a woman who is still in love with her? Murder and torture are fine, but you'll draw the line at LOVE? You should be ashamed of yourselves. And apparently you were okay with your kids knowing that Peter has cheated on his wife with hookers DOZENS of times, and that his own kids have seen clips of him cheating on their mother. But a KISS is going to drive you over the edge?? You're truly pathetic.


I will not be watching this series again after the over the top subject matter last night - and the lesbian kiss. This show was unbelievable good until this new mess of their storyline started. I won't be tuning in again. Sorry. Not the show I want on when my children are in the room with the shows new story lines.


This show never disappoimts and along wi The Closer, has best female roles on TV. Esp love to watch Kalinda- in every way she is fascinating...Glad she's getting more play -tho hope she doesnt become too obvious. If you want to watch a show without moral ambiguities, why are you watching one about lawyers???


my feelings are exactly of the first two posters...it was a disgusting show, do not like the way they are showing Kalinda and will discontinue watching this show after viewing every one so far this season


THis was one of the most disgusting, crude, repulsive shows I have ever seen - and I'm not a puritan. The whole thing was beyond sexually explicit (I could have turned on the Adult Channel for this innuendos here), in very poor taste as was Michael Fox using his illness to sway the jury. I know attorneys will try most anything, but this was an insult to people who are themselves, or have family, suffering from that disease. What a was of talent all the way around. I turned it off at 10:30 and will probably never watch it again. Such a good show for a season and a half. What a mess this season!


We loved watching the Good Wife up until last night, Kalinda kiss was over the top! We turned to another channel and will not be watching a "once considered good TV series". You messed up for our household!

The Good Wife Season 2 Episode 6 Quotes

Kalinda: Your office is... small.
Cary: Yes. Small, but pure.
Kalinda: So, in the third year, do you get a window?

Donna: (to Kalinda) Everything's fine. I didn't talk to anybody. I didn't tell anybody your secrets. And if this guy approaches me...
Kalinda: Blake.
Donna: I won't tell him how heartless you can be, how insensitive, how self-preservation is your number one concern, and after four months, you can barely say hello. I won't tell him any of that, okay?