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"Cooked" The Good Wife S7:E3

I’ve never been a huge fan of Sundays—it’s hard to enjoy your day off when Monday morning is looming just around the corner—but when it’s  567 more words

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By Nicholas Hoang

With all its jargon and complicated loopholes, it’s easy to see why many people find the law dull. But with the proper presentation, the law can be very entertaining, especially when depicted on television. 618 more words

The Good Wife: "Don't Fail"

Of course The Good Wife starts to get itself together just before the season ends. It’s about time and also perhaps too late. My enthusiasm for the show has dimmed over the course of the season, and next week’s finale may end up being pristine but I can’t guarantee it’ll reignite most of the fond feelings I had for the show. 749 more words


The Good Wife, Season 6 Episode 21: "Don't Fail"

After last week’s episode of The Good Wife, which I didn’t like very much, we suddenly got an episode of The Good Wife that would have felt right at home in its first two seasons. 1,296 more words


Going Back to Basics on The Good Wife

Alicia returned to court in “Don’t Fail” after spending her post election scandal days sharing a whole lot of nothing to help her ghost writer with the structure of her memoir while waiting for 5 o’clock to hit so she could crack open a bottle of wine. 1,610 more words

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The Good Wife: "The Deconstruction"

Isn’t it amazing what the conclusion of a plodding storyline can do? Alicia’s State Attorney hoo-ha has been a drain on the show for too long now, and with Alicia finally giving it up, we’re reintroduced to the dynamics of the firm and the more pressing drama of our main characters. 1,076 more words


The Good Wife: "Undisclosed Recipients"

I’m not sure The Good Wife‘s making a better case than the campaign did for why Alicia being State’s Attorney is a good thing. You’d think that after watching the greater part of the season see Alicia politicking away that she’d have a better handle on it than she does in “Undisclosed Recipients” and therefore wouldn’t have to wrangle a frustrated Eli or get a crash course in how to deal with expectant campaign donors. 769 more words