I can sum up my thoughts on "In Sickness," with one statement: Julianna Margulies just won herself an Emmy. I was so captivated by her performance, that I have a difficult time really putting into words how I felt about it. She's always been great, but to more
In typical 'The Good Wife' flavor, 'In Sickness' took a slow burn approach to the Alicia-Kalinda showdown we all know is around the corner. There were plenty of great flare ups, but not a very spectacular blaze. With just two episodes left after tonight, more
The house Alicia looked at was gorgeous. I want that house. You know, I'll even sleep in it with Peter if that's what it takes. Oh the things I will do for a good cause. America Ferrara was really growing on me. I wish they would have kept her on the show more
A quick review of last night's "The Good Wife" coming up just as soon as I watch this scene from "The Hunt for Red October" again... The vast majority of "Foreign Affairs" was not "The Good Wife" at its finest. The show often seems more amused wi more
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Apr 13, 2011 3:32PM EDT
Spoiler alert: The following reveals major plot points from Tuesday's episode of The Good Wife .
Alicia (Julianna Margulies) thought she had bad timing last season on The Good Wife, but things went from bad to worse on Tuesday's episode.
Just as Ali more
THE GOOD WIFE “Foreign Affairs” Season 2 Episode 20 – “It’s like being in a Woody Allen movie.” Well, not one of the good ones. My love for The Good Wife knows no bounds…or so I thought. It started off promising: Alicia’s househunting is interrupted by more
It was election day on The Good Wife and though the case may have surrounded "Foreign Affairs" the domestic ones were far more interesting. Alicia got blindsided. Was Wiley just fishing for a reaction when he came to see her? Alicia was sitting there wit more
In a dazzling set of developments that make the “Foreign Affairs” episode a standout, Alicia finds out about Peter and Kalinda’s fling just as the Florrick family seems to be approaching stability. On a lighter note, the writers have some fun recruiting f more