Our memories are tricky beasts. They can hold a great power over us, tingeing the things we see in front of us, the right now, with the hurts and sorrows from yesterday. They can also outright lie to us. Sometimes, this is for our benefit. We can forget the intensity of grief and the urgency […]
November sucks. The only good things about it are food, my wife's birthday, and the birthdays of any other November babies (happy birthday). Halloween is over, Thanksgiving is at the end of the month, and Black Friday is a thing that still happens. Show More Summary
The Good Wife returns to CBS tonight with a new episode called, “The Decision Tree.” On tonight’s episode, Alicia is […]
Kalinda Sharma shares a bed with a woman again, and the angels sing their praises. The post “The Good Wife” recap (5.10): The Decision Tree appeared first on AfterEllen.com.
My wife and I recently saw the film version of Catching Fire, the second in the series of movies based on Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy of books. Overall, I thought the movie was very impressive, as good or better than the first...Show More Summary
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In last week's episode, Ellen learned that the President is not a good man, but that the only way to save Duncan's wife is with the President's bone-marrow. In this week's episode, "Off the Record," Duncan's team tries to stop the new plot against the President and Sandrine's loyalty is tested. Read on to find out if Hostages continues to hold our attention.
It was perhaps the meatiest and most emotionally fraught episode of The Good Wife since everyone went their separate ways. Last night’s episode was the show’s hundredth, so it’s only fitting that they pulled out all the stops with favorite returning guest stars and famous new faces. But at the... More »
As it crosses the 100-episode threshold, The Good Wife is riding high. A few weeks ago, showrunners Robert and Michelle King pulled off the gutsy move of blowing up the show by having Alicia split from Lockhart Gardner. Watching the characters wade through the wreckage has proven just as explosive.... More »
I am not going to feel misled at all if Peter is the father. In fact, I'm going to feel sincerely disappointed if he is.
Looks like two more people just moved in to Splitsville for good. Josh Brolin and Diane Lane are now pronounced NOT husband and wife, as the two have officially divorced. According to court documents, the two have reached a private financial agreement together, and it looks like Diane has also restored her last name, legally going from [...]
This week's Good Wife reminds us there's a reason why lawyers are supposed to know the answers to questions before they ask them in court. When Will forgets that basic rule, we learn a lot more about why he's so bent on destroying Alicia's new firm. Before we get into that, let's finish up this Thanksgiving weekend with one extra moment of gratitude. Show More Summary
The woman who played C.J Cregg on “The West Wing” and Margaret Scully, Provost Scully’s long-suffering wife, on “Masters Of Sex” deserves all good things for her birthday. Good things, of course, are champagne and birthday cake delivered by shirtless hunks. And Allison Janney, ever the lady, politely asks all of them their names and [...]
Start to finish, Christmas music to post-coital lesbian scene, multiple choice cross-examination fantasy to episode-ending spit take, Donna Brazile cameo to the posthumous reappearance of beloved Matthew Ashbaugh (John Noble), The Good...Show More Summary
Spoilers for last night’s The Good Wife below: There are many things that have made The Good Wife a treat to watch this season, but “The Decision Tree,” the show’s 100th episode and the last of this calendar year, made one of them plain: Alicia and Will are a lot more fun as enemies than as lovers. Show More Summary
The Good Wife Season 5 Episode 10 marked a milestone for the CBS series. In the show's 100th installment, "The Decision Tree," Alicia discovered that one of her old clients has left her $12 million in a will that the law firm is nowShow More Summary
"The audience members who have followed along get a payoff for their time," says Matt Czuchry of "The Good Wife."
Michael Douglas is apparently being a very good daddy at the moment, at least where his two kids Dylan and Carys are concerned. Douglas, who is estranged from his wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, following their recent trial separation, reportedly turns up at breakfast time to make pancakes for the kids. Show More Summary
"The Good Wife" is bringing the fall 2013 season to close with a big episode -- number 100, titled "The Decision Tree." Check out this sneak peek preview.
Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies) may be “The Good Wife” but her mother-in-law, Jackie Florrick, is the formidable one. As played by Tony-nominated actress Mary Beth Peil, Jackie Florrick is a meddlesome naughty pistol, the kind of mother and grandmother you can always count on — even when you don’t want her around. Show More Summary