Will defends a man accused of murder, and Alicia attempts to influence the outcome of the case by assisting a prosecutor in a nearby county who is trying another man for the same crime. Meanwhile, Eli feels pressure from the Justice Department.
Well, The Good Wife has come out of the gate swinging. This was a decent episode to come back on after the midseason break. I wouldn’t say it was fantastic, but it wasn’t to bad. A few thoughts about “Boom De Yah Da”: The case of the more
The Good Wife has always had some great guest stars, but it seems like the list of guest actors to join the show in season 4 is going to put all the previous seasons to shame. With new names like Kyle MacLachlan and Margaret Colin, plus returning favorite more
You have to hand it to the Kings, they love their symmetry. They may leave us hanging for months — even entire seasons — waiting for plot threads to be resolved, but when it comes to milestones in a character’s arc, they’re all about the visual more
It looks like we've hit the fall finale of The Good Wife ,
and if things are as they appear, it's going out on a high note. At the heart
of the episode lies a mystery. No, not about how Cary escaped a severe beating
with a black eye. But you're close - more
Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Season 4, Episode 10 of CBS' "The Good Wife," titled "Battle of the Proxies."
A lyric from "The Sound of Music" to sum up the big happenings of " The Good Wife ": "So long, farewell/Auf Wiedersehen, goodn more
This episode of The Good Wife was pretty standard, but it was ok. We got to see a lot more of ASA Hellinger and I’m really liking her interactions with Will. But my biggest takeaway: it looks like Nick is gone. Hallelujah! A few thoughts about more
The Good Wife “Battle of the Proxies” Season 4 episode 10 airs Sunday Dec 2, 2012 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network . Episode Synopsis: As Will defends a man accused of murder, Alicia attempts to influence th more
I have to ask....were the trials happening in " Battle Of The Proxies " truly allowed in real life? Can two separate people be on trial for the same murder in neighboring counties? It seems most places can barely eek out one suspect, but Illinois somehow more