There’s an old saying: you lie down with dogs, you rise up with fleas. This week’s The Good Wife explored that a little bit. Looks like Alicia may have gotten some fleas; Kalinda and Carey had a cute little flirtation going on; and Will and Diane were kin more
Willicia who? Maybe we’ve just been starved for glimpses of genuine chemistry this season with all the bus sex (ew) and food play we’ve had to endure, but I thought that non-kiss/seduction moment between Cary and Kalinda in the bar was just about the se more
Jail is at the center of this hour, because we’re back with the firm’s most nefarious client, drug kingpin Lemond Bishop, trying to keep him out of the clink for the murder of a federal informer. http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/03/11/the-good-wife-rec more
Maybe one day we'll look back on season 4 of The Good Wife and remember it as the year Alicia struggled to balance her conscience and her ambition. This week, her angelic side may have lost a point.
But her good side's not giving up without a fight more
Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Season 4, Episode 16 of CBS' "The Good Wife," titled "Runnin' With The Devil."
Praise The Kings, there was no election storyline in this episode of " The Good Wife " and guess what -- it was a solid and v more
How far are lawyers willing to go to win a case? Limits were pushed by both sides on " Runnin' with the Devil ." Or, were they? Sometimes, ignorance really is bliss.
Both sides in the Lemond Bishop case seemed to have entered unethical grounds during t more