Apologies for the lateness of this recap, the football game and my forgetfulness had my recording cutting off the last 15 minutes. But anyway, on to "The Good Wife."Case of the WeekA divorce David Lee worked in Alicia's first year comes back to haunt the more
The Good Wife got right down to business on " Alienation of Affection ." All business, all the time.
Indeed, this was my kind of episode, delivering a compelling case, a tight narrative, worthy screen time for all main characters and an absence of some more
A new year is upon us, and your humble recapper has resolved to be less grumpy and critical about what is undoubtedly the best show on network television. (It helps, too, that I’ve seen most of Downton Abbey season two already, because if I had to divide more
After a much-too-long hiatus, The Good Wife returned last night with Lockhart/Gardner under fire with a $44 million lawsuit. A couple whose divorce was overseen by David Lee et al. during Alicia's first year was back claiming the firm had intentionally more
'The Good Wife,' Season 3, Episode 12, 'Alienation of Affection': TV Recap. A breezy episode showcasing the cast at their eccentric best, “Alienation of Affection” gives Diane a chance to flirt again, while putting her designer-heeled foot down to squash more
Back from the Christmas break and, it would seem, back to form for my favorite procedural on television. The Good Wife was off to a shaky start this Fall, there’s no denying that. From episodes which were strangely mediocre for such a good show to epi more
It would have been hard to top last week’s feast of revelations and returning characters, so it seems that The Good Wife figured, “Why try?” In some ways it was nice to have a breather from all that excitement and go back to the Law & Order: Chicago forma more
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I kid. It was clearly a miniscule part of The Good Wife this week, but for a show more