The third season of The Good Wife ends with an episode that effectively puts the events of the previous 21 episodes on trial. Will’s suspension. Kalinda’s various prevarications. Jackie’s real-estate deal. Peter’s campaign. Alicia’s rapid—and not entirely merit-based—rise at Lockhart/Gardner. Just about everything of significance that has happened to the show’s main characters this season is in play, as two of the firm’s most skilled and persistent opponents—Louis Canning and Patti Nyholm, working together—return with the express purpose of destroying Lockhart/Gardner, so that the firm will never.
In a dazzling set of developments that make the “Foreign Affairs” episode a standout, Alicia finds out about Peter and Kalinda’s fling just as the Florrick family seems to be approaching stability. On a lighter note, the writers hav... Read Post
Possibly the best episode in three years, “Parenting Made Easy” pummels Alicia with maternal guilt while pulling in all kinds of emotional threads as Peter, Will, Kalinda—even rival lawyer Lou Canning—react to the news that Grace ha... Read Post