Clearly, Dean McDermott is on a mission to get back in the public’s good graces. First he said he wasn’t the first guy to cheat on his wife. Then he had a meltdown on twitter when someone called him out for shopping at a sex store while Tori Spelling was laid up in the hospital. […]
The San Francisco Chronicle columnist, Debra J. Saunders (my wife), has a really good piece out about the Brittany Maynard tragedy. The Hemlock Society Compassion and Choices wants to exploit her assisted suicide as a crow bar to pry open California and other states to legalizing doctor-prescribed death. Show More Summary
All of Cary’s old demons are coming back from the grave, and most of them are named “Lemond Bishop.” Finn gave Alicia a heads-up that the State’s Attorney office is on to all that cocaine going missing from the evidence room three years back; in turn, Alicia let Diane know. When Cary got called back into court on the matter,... Read More
This past weekend, my wife and I went to a quaint highway-side resort on Cape Cod to read magazines, pretend one clam chowder tastes any different from the next, and remember that the vast majority of Americans still don't give a shit what beer they drink. Read more...
This season of The Good Wife has pushed all the characters into uncharted territory. Cary went to jail and is facing an arduous legal battle thanks to his dealings with Lamond Bishop. Diane bailed on Lockhart Gardner and is now a banner member of Florick Agos Lockhart. Alicia's long-standing claim... More »
Alicia runs into unexpected competition, and Kalinda does some impressive sleuthing. The post “The Good Wife” recap (6.7): Questions are for dopes appeared first on AfterEllen.com.
With nothing but time on his hands and an empty room, Steven Lake looks at his wife, and creates magic. The post How My Wife And I Survived 6 Hours Alone In a Room appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The race will officially begin on The Good Wife Season 7 Episode 8. Correction: the three-way race will officially begin on The Good Wife Season 7 Episode 8, as David Hyde Pierce debuted on this CBS drama last night as Frank Prady. The...Show More Summary
NBC was number one with adults 18-49 while CBS was on top with total viewers.
Serious question: Would Alicia Florrick even make a good state’s attorney? So far, all signs point to no. She doesn’t like campaigning, she doesn’t like asking for favors, and she really doesn’t like politics. Plus, now there’s the matter that she has a practically unbeatable opponent — are we seeing Alicia set up for a major loss? Read full article >>
About five and a half minutes into this week’s episode of The Good Wife, two white guys in suits begin talking about the events in Ferguson, Missouri, while three other white guys in suits look on. The reference is a throwaway; the camera...Show More Summary
Sometimes everything you do to clean up a mess only makes it worse.
My threshold for secondhand awkwardness is very, very low (I have to watch inarguably mild scenes on The Office muted, with subtitles on, and can't watch shows like Curb Your Enthusiasm at all), so I found an episode of The Good Wife largely focused on Alicia's inability to ask and... More »
David Hyde Pierce made an outstanding debut on The Good Wife Season 6 Episode 7. The multiple-time Emmy winner is now on board as Frank Prady, the popular host of a CBS talk show that Eli was convinced would win State's Attorney if he ran. So Eli and Elfman beseeched Alicia to rest the waters and ask for an endorsement. Show More Summary
When The Good Wife is on, there's nothing like it on television. Lucky for us, "Message Discipline" was very, very on This week's episode was all about what happens under the table, whether it's crossing your ankles instead of your legs or delivering cocaine to a testing lab off the books because your boss asked you to. Show More Summary
Alicia's learned some hard lessons about campaigning against Jimmy Castro to become the new State's Attorney. But what happens when she's faced with an opponent who might be more popular than "Saint Alicia"? We're nearly one-third of...Show More Summary
Serious question: Would Alicia Florrick even make a good state’s attorney? So far, all signs point to no. She doesn’t like campaigning, she doesn’t like asking for favors, and she really doesn’t like politics. Plus, now there’s the matter that she has a practically unbeatable opponent — are we seeing Alicia set up for a […]
This week, we get to watch Alicia Florrick scramble for once, and it’s delightful. Alicia has been absolutely slaying at every turn all season, and while that’s always exhilarating to watch, it’s also nice—fun, even—to be reminded from time to time that Alicia is, after all, human. Show More Summary
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Shawn Doyle doesn't want you to have to experience the death of a loved one to learn some of the most important lessons about living. The post Lessons I Learned from My Wife’s Dying appeared first on The Good Men Project.