One thing I love about The Good Wife is how it treats its audience like a group of intelligent adults.
This is not a show that dumbs anything down, firing off quick dialogue, technical terms and current event references without stopping to catch us up more
Last night Lockhart/Gardner chose cash—and a large sum of it at that—over idealism when lawyer Dylan Stack waltzed into their offices. Mr. Stack, a digital information lawyer based in NYC, sought the firm's help because he feared 18 months of jail time we more
Although a fairly low energy episode, requiring far too much attention to tedious detail, “Bitcoin for Dummies” delivers a big payoff: In a surprising twist, Kalinda is forced to betray either Will or Alicia. Her decision has the potential to bring one la more
If this episode made me realize anything, it’s just how valuable a character Kalinda is. The past few episodes of The Good Wife have been good, but she’s been stuck in the background , surfacing only to do some of the grunt work more
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 inte more