This season of 'The Good Wife' is not what we signed up for.
This is the last episode before the winter hiatus, and good grief is it a doozy. I feel light headed. Someone bring me a cup of tea and some fuzzy slippers. The whole season thus far has led up to this moment. Cary’s trial date has arrived, and his luck continues to be absolutely horrendous. His case is given to a... Read More
Preacher and Hollywood producer Devon Franklin recently spoke with The Christian Post about his marriage and how he and actress wife Megan Good came through a serious trial together.
I never get to name anything. My wife picked Cindy Lou Who for the cat (perfect name, perfect cat, no complaints), and some editor or another overruled my attempt to call this column Drinkspin instead of Drunkspin. I lobbied for theShow More Summary
Cary Agos is going to spend a couple of years in jail--and the show's moral lessons are getting more complicated
Last night, that CBS show about a stoic lawyer-mom everyone keeps telling you is crazy good (and that typically totes is), The Good Wife ended the first half of its sixth season with the trial of Logan Huntzberger lookalike Cary Agos. Read more...
From 7:30-8:30PM, 60 MINUTES averaged 18.45m (up from 12.65m), 3.9 in A18-49 (up +129% from 1.7 last week) and 5.1 in A25-54 (up +104% from 2.5).
That's how you do a winter finale, 'The Good Wife.'
The midseason finale of "The Good Wife" centers on Cary's trial, which is presided by Judge Richard Cuesta. The beginning of the episode sees the judge rushing through jury selection because he needed to leave to buy Neil Diamond tickets.
As Cary runs out of options, Kalinda takes a big risk. The post “The Good Wife” recap (6.10): Stop Joking appeared first on AfterEllen.com.
What a fucking mess. When on its game, The Good Wife is easily one of the most amusing shows on television and the same thing can be said about the show with regards to its handling of its many dramatic moments. If we’ve learned anything...Show More Summary
I went into last night's episode of The Good Wife primed to love (or at least like) it. I was excited we'd finally gotten to Cary's trial, and even though The Good Wife isn't as enamored with the idea of the mid-season finale (when I was your age, shows had... More »
Sometimes you have no good choices left--and the choices you do make have terrible consequences.
This week on The Good Wife, we finally began Cary's trial for a crime of which we know he is innocent Though Cary and Diane went to court this episode, it feels like Cary has been on trial for this entire season. "The Trial," the Good...Show More Summary
The beguiling British actor talks about winning over ‘The Good Wife’ fans, his turn in ‘The Imitation Game,’ and why Benedict Cumberbatch didn’t need to have gay sex on film.
What the heck just happened?!? On The Good Wife Season 6 Episode 10, Kalinda appeared to come through for Cary. Thanks to Finn handing Alicia an envelope (in a diner because they agreed that meeting at a bar was too sexual/romantic and...Show More Summary
The sixth season of The Good Wife so far has all been building up to this trial, to the fate of Cary Agos. I think most shows would place all of the weight of this episode on Matt Czuchry. It’s Cary’s trial, so it would follow that the story would unfold through his eyes, that the emotional beats would belong entirely to the major character. Show More Summary
It's finally here -- Cary's day in court. Unfortunately, just because he's a name partner in a law firm doesn't mean he won't end up in the slammer. Will Florrick, Agos & Lockhart have to change its letterhead? In a week that swings wildly between the tragic and the absurd, Alicia faces campaign troubles that pale in comparison to her friend's legal burdens.
Read Speakeasy's recap of "The Good Wife," season 6, episode 10, "The Trial."
And does anyone really think Cary is going to jail?