Now, was that so hard? Finally, thirteen episodes into the season, and we’ve got a live one. A game-changer, a Good Wife that delivers on everything this show promised us it could be in seasons one and two. There was classic legal and political ambiguity, more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Seven Day Rule," the January 27 episode of CBS' "The Good Wife," in which Alicia gets an offer, Louis Canning goes after his money and the firm battles Neil Gross again. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/ more
Faith isn't just about religious belief, as this week's new Good Wife reminds us. It can also be about faith in a loved one or a trusted mentor's faith in your abilities. Alicia isn't the only one who gets tested and questioned, but her experience will ha more
How many episodes has Alicia journeyed through without ever cracking a smile? Well, she’s beaming now, absolutely giddy in “The Seven Day Rule”—until reality bites. Diane and Will are offering her the chance to be an equity partner in the firm—a surprisin more
The legal world is manipulative and unkind. The trustee, Clarke, had it right when he said, "This is a mess."
" The Seven Day Rule " proved what a twisted mess was all around. The bankruptcy extension hearing was a mess of manipulated facts, personal i more
This review of The Good Wife is going to be relatively short because I am a bit under the weather this week. I really hope it’s not the flu. At any rate, there was some pretty good movement on most of the major storylines and the pacing of this episode more