Holy smorgasbord! Leave it to those rascal-y Kings, after starving us for two weeks, to give us a post-Thanksgiving feast of all that is good about The Good Wife . Grace possibly kidnapped, Kalinda to the rescue, Peter and Alicia possibly reunited under d more
As much as I hate to admit it, I think I enjoy The Good Wife more when Alicia and Will are apart. It's because love triangles are always more interesting when the suitors are equally worthy of the person torn between them. This show is at its most c more
Possibly the best episode in three years, “Parenting Made Easy” pummels Alicia with maternal guilt while pulling in all kinds of emotional threads as Peter, Will, Kalinda—even rival lawyer Lou Canning—react to the news that Grace has gone missing. http:// more
The Good Wife concocted a bit of drama on " Parenting Made Easy ," as it stretched the bounds of believability and strong storytelling with the case of Grace gone missing.
Because Grace was never missing, of course. She was simply getting baptized, a f more
['The Good Wife' - 'Parenting Made Easy']
I'm a sucker for Julianna Maruglies walking down hallways in tears.
What does that mean? A few things first:
Michael J. Fox, Jennifer Carpenter and John Michael Higgins (he was freed from 'Happily Divorced' more
Any time Michael J. Fox comes back to "The Good Wife," we are excited. Especially when it doesn't involve that rat video. In the case of the week, Alicia and Caitlin are facing off with Louis Canning and Martha, the girl who was going to be hired by Lockh more
It’s amazing what you can do in ten minutes. The Good Wife is a show which does not resort to violence to up the ante and while I knew Grace was probably fine, there was still a probably and when tension and suspense is execute more