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The Good Wife Season 6 Episode 8 Review: Red Zone

You know when Lemond Bishop returns, things are going to heat up! He has this way about him. You don't want to root for him, and by no means am I rooting for him, but the writers found a way to make him even a little bit likable by adding in scenes with his son. Not to mention he is always impeccably dressed.  He calls Kalinda and starts asking a lot of questions about Lana Delaney (man, he really knows everything going on). He believes she is working against Bishop, but Kalinda assures him she is not. This is after she hears Lana talking on the phone and mentions his name. Bishop doesn't believe her and asks Kalinda to plant a white card in Lana's wallet.  It appears Kalinda is going to do it, but in the final seconds of the episode she snaps the card in half.  Wow . Kalinda just took on Lemond Bishop. She must really be falling for Lana, because she is taking a very big risk snapping that card and crossing Bishop.    Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2014/11/the-good-wife-season-6-episode-8-review-red-zone/

The Good Wife Recap: The Death of Saint Alicia?

  I'd hoped one of the (many) benefits of the cancellation of The Michael J. Fox Show would be additional chances to see Fox on The Good Wife ; after some token appearances earlier in the season, last night's episode finally delivered a nice, meaty Louis Canning story. He's representing Chicago Polytech in a suit brought by Alicia's client Jody, a young sexual-assault victim whose case wasn't properly investigated by the school. Canning bangs into the courtroom in a wheelchair and requests a speedy trial in light of his upcoming kidney transplant, which leads to Alicia pulling him aside and demanding, "Are you dying?" Canning responds, "Well, everybody's dying," to which Alicia immediately asks, "Are you dying now ?" Classic.   Read More... //www.vulture.com/2014/11/good-wife-recap-season-6-red-zone-focus-group-michael-j-fox.html

'The Good Wife' recap: Red Zone

Alicia helps a college student confront her rapist while Kalinda gets caught in her double dealings.   Read More... //tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/the-good-wife-season-6-episode-8/

The Good Wife "Red Zone" Review: Getting Satisfaction

Alicia helped a rape victim and volunteered at a soup kitchen while Diane tried to get Cary ready for court. Oh, and Kalinda is in deep trouble.   Read More... //www.tv.com/shows/the-good-wife/community/post/the-good-wife-red-zone-review-getting-satisfaction-141555603934/

'The Good Wife' Recap: Does Kalinda Make a Big Mistake to Save Cary?

The pots are starting to simmer at Florrick, Agos & Lockhart, and it's not just because Alicia takes up volunteering at a soup kitchen to shore up her campaign.   The real heat is coming from Cary's case. It's rolling out of control, unless Kalinda can help. But to save her friend, will she make a brave choice -- or a fatal error?   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/the-good-wife/the-good-wife-recap-does-kalin-55061.aspx

The Good Wife Recap: Is Alicia Too Entitled?

And finally: Cary finds out about Kalinda, and confronts her.   Read More... //rss.nytimes.com/c/34625/f/640388/s/4051ca08/sc/17/l/0Lartsbeat0Bblogs0Bnytimes0N0C20A140C110C0A90Cthe0Egood0Ewife0Erecap0Eis0Ealicia0Etoo0Eentitled0C0Dpartner0Frss0Gemc0Frss/story01.htm

The Good Wife Recap: Season 6, Episode 8, Red Zone

If Alicia runs, will she win? Maybe not against Frank Prady.   Read More... //blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2014/11/09/the-good-wife-recap-season-6-episode-8-red-zone/?mod=WSJBlog

The Good Wife Season 6 Review “Red Zone”

The Good Wife  returned tonight amidst the heat of the NFL season with the appropriately titled “Red Zone.” With the show airing after NFL games, and frequently being delayed or preempted by them, it was a cute nod for them to have a football themed title for the installment. Although, the “Red Zone” here was in reference to a  very  different thing. Alicia’s brother Owen randomly showed up in her office to let her know that somebody at his school had been raped and he wanted her to come help. I was a bit disappointed that Owen forgave her so easily for accusing him of sleeping with a married man. It was a nice change of pace for him to actually be angry with her for once instead of the same jokey rapport that they’ve had over the past few seasons. I didn’t want him to stay mad at her forever or anything, but it seemed like that drama fizzled out a bit quicker than it needed to.   Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2014/11/09/good-wife-season-6-review-red-zone/