THE GOOD WIFE “Get A Room” Season 3 Episode 3 – To a large extent the show I fell in love with returned in a form in the third episode of what has been a ridiculously disappointing third season. It still has that arrogant air a more
Based on events from " The Death Zone ," is it a coincidence that an anagram for The Good Wife is "Weighed Foot."
Okay, probably. But the presence of both Eddie Izzard as opposing British council and an anagram-loving barrister - sorry, solicitor - on more
Tally-ho, Good Wife fans! As longtime Lockhart Gardner associate Paul Revere once warned us: The British are coming! The British are coming! And not just the British, but Eddie Flippin' Izzard, everyone's favorite cross-dressing hi more
The series is back in top form in “The Death Zone,” a fast-paced episode most notable for sparkling dialogue and hidden agendas. While Will and Alicia dance close to danger—a quickie in his office bathroom?—Eli and Kalinda form a strategic alliance more
['The Good Wife' - 'The Death Zone']
Not sure if I had too high expectations because Eddie Izzard was guest starring or the fact the lawyers were navigating foreign legal waters, but whatever it was, I was let down. This was not the most engaging or ent more
THE GOOD WIFE “The Death Zone” Season 3 Episode 2 – There is slick, and there is slimy, and this episode was drenched in slime. Last year The Good Wife distinguished itself with a near perfect season: the only major culprits dragging the season down more
Did Alicia and Will really do a bad, bad thing?
The Good Wife seemed to be implying that on last night's third season premiere , opening the episode with this Chris Isaak classic and concluding it with Alicia looking into the mirror, unsure about openi more
The third-season premiere of The Good Wife , an hour titled “A New Day,” was a sustained series of pairings: Will and Alicia; Alicia vs. Peter; Alicia vs. Cary; a Muslim student accused of murdering a Jewish student; Kalinda and investigator Sophia; more