It has been far too long since the last episode of The Good Wife aired. This episode saw Alicia and the team of Lockhart & Gardner fight to stay an execution of a man who has been on death row for a decade. Now they have nine hours to save him or he gets the needle.
It was probably the most plot driven episode of the second series so far, but even with that there were plenty of character developments and wonderful moments thrown into the mix of the tense legal struggle.
After the Golden Globes nominations, Chris Noth kindly reminded any nay-sayers why he was nominated as Best Supporting Actor (by the way, how ridiculously narrow are those Supporting Actor/Actress categories for television?) for his role as Peter Florrick with his brilliantly straightforward answer on the televised debate: "My marriage is none of you f*!#ing business!"
Grace meanwhile is getting quite religious. I quite like her strangely religious friend Shannon; her sincerity is quite affecting. Zach’s longing looks in Kalinda’s direction were quite funny.
To Read More Click Here.