A popular legal and political drama, The Good Wife manages to be smart and funny while addressing today’s hottest issues. For seven seasons, we’ve followed Alicia Florrick and her family through ever-evolving relationships, which set the stage for riveting story arcs, dynamic character growth, and nail-biting scenes. 68 more words
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I’m watching season seven at UK pace via More4. No spoilers in the comments please!
It’s back! Kalinda’s gone, Finn’s bottled it and longstanding irritant Canning is somehow not dead yet, but I’m excited to meet some new characters and get involved with the presidential race, which will surely bring with it unlimited potential for Eli to pull every one of his trademark exasperated expressions. 380 more words
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
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
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