'The Good Wife' Recap: Kalinda's Got A Gun

Tequila shots are on me, Alicia and Kalinda are back ... but for how long? "The Dream Team" brought Patti Nyholm and Louis Canning together to take down Lockhart/Gardner, but we all know the true dream team of "The Good Wife" is Kalinda and Alicia. Kalicia. Not in a romantic way, but in the sense that together, nothing can stop these two. Their relationship is so incredibly fun to watch. I could not be more pleased that the episode picked up with the two of them awkwardly at the bar, downing shots (even if they weren't at the same time) and continuing a bar conversation from two years ago.

"I'm not gay, I'm flexible." The gasps were flying at only about two minutes in.

"We're the dream team."
As per usual, "The Good Wife" did another stellar out-of-court episode. After a generous settlement from one of Will's basketball buddies, Louis Canning (returning guest star Michael J. Fox) teamed with Patti Nyholm (returning guest star Martha Plimpton) to sue Lockhart/Gardner for judicial misconduct. Of course, since it's the two of them, there's more than meets the eye. Yes, they wanted to take down Lockhart/Gardner, but they settled for taking away the firm's biggest client and exposing Peter and Alicia's separation. Peter's campaign just got more difficult. It's no secret Michael J. Fox is a great actor and he always delivers on "The Good Wife," but Martha Plimpton doesn't get enough credit for her work as the deliciously conniving Patti Nyholm. When she gets away from "Raising Hope" and comes to play on "The Good Wife," it's a treat. If you're an actor and want to play against type, head to "The Good Wife." Read More...


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