We’ve got three webs of intrigue to follow in the “After The Fall” episode, along with a visit from Will’s annoying sisters and a highly watchable court case as Alicia defends a documentary filmmaker against charges that he caused a student’s suicide. htt more
Urggghhh. Just as all of us predicted, Will’s triumph over the grand jury last week was a false positive. He’s not pregnant. So sad. He is, however, out of the law for the next six months. That something of this magnitude would result from the season-long more
So, following events on " Live From Damascus ," where there's a Will, there's no longer a way to practice law on The Good Wife . At least not for the next six months.
Aside from allowing me to use that incredibly witty pun, though, there's something mi more
Just as Will’s long legal nightmare appears to be over, it starts again in the “Live from Damascus” episode. Defeated in court and fired by the SA for bungling the judge-bribing case against Gardner, Wendy Scott-Carr turns all the evidence she’s collected more
A big shake up at Lockhart/Gardner has us wondering where "The Good Wife" is going for the next couple months as it works toward the Season 3 finale.Lockhart/GardnerWendy Scott Carr gives Will's $45,000 borrowing case to the Bar Association and they offer more
The subject line of the e-mail CBS sent out about this episode was “The Good Wife’s Biggest Ep Yet?” The long-awaited grand jury hearing on Will Gardner’s judicial bribery charges is one of the bigger moments of the season. But for all the satisfying twis more
It was a very strong episode for The Good Wife as Wendy Scott-Carr closes her pincers around Will Gardner and tries to destroy him with charges of bribing judges. The one thing I like about this show when it comes to legal practice is that you never get more