Over on Ken Tuckerâs TV blog, we have an eloquent, thought-provoking critique of last nightâs season 1 finale of The Good Wife. Here, I just want to know what you were doing while watching those final moments (relive them again below). Me, I was laying on my couch, literally kicking and screaming. The beauty/danger of watching a show you DVRâd is itâs easy to lose track of where you are in the hour when you donât have a clock telling you itâs 10:59. There was a tiny part of me that didnât think it was time to end on the cliffhanger of whether Alicia would answer Willâs second call to hear his âplanâ or ignore the ring and step onstage to support Peter. (That was the part of me shouting a âDo not do it!â warning at the TV, willing the episode not to stop there, and kicking the sofa cushion because, of course, deep down I love that the writers got me to that unglued place.) What was your reaction? I also found myself wondering if Will opened that $8,000 wine for liquid courage (if so, I hope he drank more than a sip) or because you only open a bottle like that on a special occasion - and manning up, at that moment, counted. Source & Video
Her husband is out of prison, but Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies) hardly has reason to celebrate. On the season finale of The Good Wife, airing Tuesday at 10/9c on CBS, Alicia must decide whether to stand by her husband Peter (Chris Noth) as he prepares to re-enter the political arena after a sex scandal. "With Peter's exoneration, the question will turn toward whether politics makes him that way or whether there's something in him himself," series co-creator and executive producer Robert King tells TVGuide.com. "With him possibly wanting to run again, Alicia faces the idea of, 'Even if I do forgive my husband, does that mean that he will always make these same mistakes?'" Alicia also has to figure out if her heart lies with someone else: her old law school friend and boss Will (Josh Charles). Since their passionate kiss earlier this season, however, Will has met someone else: law student Giada Cabrini (Karen Olivo). "As they've said, they have bad timing," King says. To Read More Click Here .
Tuesday's season finale of The Good Wife will come down to revenge and relationships. First, the revenge: Matt Czuchry says his character of Cary will take on Alicia, Will and Diane as part of Childs' team. 'It's a great set-up for next season,'Â he told EW.com. 'It's going to up the competition. And [taking a job with Glenn] it's such a direct F-U to Alicia.'Â As for the relationships, Alicia will be faced with the decision she's been weighing for weeks: remain by Peter's side as he runs again for office, or take a chance with Will? The following promo for "Running" hypes this installment, as do the episode stills below it... Source & Preview
Watch a sneak peek and check out some images of THE GOOD WIFE "Hybristophilia" Episode 22 Tuesday May 18 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS. Synopsis: Eli Gold works on getting Peter's charges dropped, and Alicia defends Colin Sweeney, (Dylan Baker, "Ugly Betty"), a client and accused wife killer, who claims self defense after she finds him handcuffed to a dead woman, on THE GOOD WIFE, Tuesday, May 18 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
Matt Czuchry would be the first person to tell you that Cary was never going to win the junior associate bake-off on The Good Wife. But after seeing the promo for Tuesdayâs episode (CBS, 10 p.m. ET) - which shows Cary in cahoots with Childs (Titus Welliver), Peterâs nemesis - weâre suddenly okay with that. Here, Czuchry tells us how the contest was originally supposed to end, if weâll be meeting Evil Cary (fingers crossed!), and why being crowned Mr. College of Charleston changed his path from being a lawyer to playing one on TV. To Read More Click Here .
We gave the most recent episode of The Good Wife a 4.7 out of 5 stars because it settled the Alicia/Cary competition in a fascinating manner that set up future storylines well. Based on the following promo for the May 18 installment, it doesn't look like we need to wait long see where Cary ends up and how his bitterness toward Alicia may affect her and her family... Source & Preview
After seven months, the battle for the junior associate position at Stern, Lockhart & Gardner will finally come to an end on Tuesday's episode of The Good Wife (10/9c, CBS). Win or lose, things are going to get even more complicated for Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies). "She's worried that she's going to lose the battle with Cary, so she comes to Eli asking for help," Alan Cumming, who plays devious campaign manager Eli Gold, tells TVGuide.com. "Basically, she reaches out to him and then, just at that point where they're about to go into the office and find out who won, you see Eli coming out and you realize he gives his own business to the firm." To Read More Click Here .
Will Peter make a successful return to politics on the season finale of The Good Wife? Will Alicia choose to pursue Will or stay with her husband? CBS has released promo photos and a short synopsis for the season finale, which will be airing on May 25. ALICIA MUST DECIDE IF SHE'LL STAND BY PETER OR PURSUE WILL, ON THE FIRST SEASON FINALE OF "THE GOOD WIFE," TUESDAY, MAY 25. To Read More Click Here .
Former guest star Dylan Baker returns in the May 18 new episode of The Good Wife as Colin Sweeney. CBS has released a few promo photos and a short synopsis. ELI GOLD WORKS ON GETTING PETER'S CHARGES DROPPED, AND ALICIA DEFENDS A CLIENT WHO CLAIMS SELF DEFENSE AFTER SHE FINDS HIM HANDCUFFED TO A DEAD WOMAN, ON "THE GOOD WIFE," TUESDAY, MAY 18 . To Read More Click here .
Watch a sneak peek and check out some images of THE GOOD WIFE "Unplugged" Episode 21 Tuesday May 11 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS. Synopsis: The winner is announced in the competition between Alicia and Cary, on THE GOOD WIFE Tuesday, May 11 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Paige Turco ("Damages") guest stars as Alicia's client in a divorce case. Source & Preview