The show opens with one of those techy dudes that has been eavesdropping on Alicia Florrick and her firm’s phone conversations. He was being administered a lie detector test. 610 more words
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“I’m tired of the games and the backbiting.”
Me too, Judge Victor Garber, me too.
The legal plot of this week’s TGW involves a “double jury trial” – possible but very rare, apparently – where Will and Diane represent one half of a couple, Alicia and Cary represent the other and Geneva and Matan prosecute them both in front of two juries, a judge who quickly comes to regret his own smartness in “separating” the trials, and an increasingly exasperated bailiff. 276 more words
Quick to laugh and fast with a joke, Lauren Holly is at ease even on a busy work day. Indeed, it seems that wherever Holly goes, Holly goes lightly. 674 more words
Loyal Fan From Day One
I am a huge, huge fan of the successful television drama “The Good Wife.” I’ll admit, I only started watching the series with its first episode because two of the lead characters Julianna Margulies (E.R.) and Chris Noth (Sex and the City), pictured below, are two of my all time favorite actors (and I have an enormous crush on… 717 more words
Ah, the perks of being New York City’s mayor.
Bill de Blasio will make a cameo appearance as himself on The Good Wife, the legal and political drama on CBS starring Julianna Margulies and Chris Noth. 177 more words