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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by hummingbird_206, Nov 10, 2015.
That's the minute difference I recalled, too.
I thought this was made quite clear when Alicia asked Diane that very question: Only females in the firm? No, all named partners will be female.
I think the pedantry being discussed involves Alicia's answer to Carey. Diane didn't approach her about an all-female firm, nor is an all-female firm under discussion. But Carey's still screwed.
I thought this may have been the best episode of the season. Very classic TGW. Gotta love Eli standing on the trash can (or whatever that was) and listening through the grates. I guess I could do a little bit less with the sex games between the Investigator and Alicia. I get it, they are having fun. I'm not a prude, but for some reason they get me a bit uncomfortable. Otherwise, definitely a first rate episode. Great court case I thought too.
Yeah, I'm watching for the legal show, not their sexcapades.
Isn't Alicia supposed to be keeping up the image of a fake marriage? What's with them sitting in a bar kissing?
Peter lost the election, so not sure it matters anymore.
But they're going to great lengths to have her show support for Peter at the grand jury investigation. And I thought he just didn't get the presidential nomination. He's still governor.
There was way more than kissing going on!
Seriously, that table cloth was in no way long enough for what was going on there!
As the camera was zooming out from the table, I really expected to see a phone capturing it on video.
Though we never saw that phone, I still expect to see footage pop up later to trip her up somehow.
Isn't the NSA still listening in? Can't remember where we left that.
I gotta say - this was probably the best episode in a while and reminded me of everything I have loved about The Good Wife.
Finally, the characters are stepping up. Both with Alicia going to confront Peter - that one moment before she says that line shows what an amazing actress Margulies is... I also quite enjoyed Diane and Eli sticking it to the Glee prosecutor
I rather enjoyed when Peter says "I should kick your ass", and the reply was "You can try".
Yes Peter has a lot of room to talk. An his ass would be kicked for sure.
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Great episode. Alicia seems to be in the middle of EVERYTHING going on. I wonder why Cary just gave up and decided to leave? I also get the idea that Alicia is not too happy being in the middle of the fight between the partners, but at the end of the day becomes a name partner (in the firm she essentially started). Should be a fun ride to the end.
The Comedian vs. Mr Big? I'd pay $2.99 to see that.
I didn't like Cary Agos' exit at all. I wanted to see him get some payback after 7 seasons of being TGW's whipping boy.
Just a few episodes left and I really enjoyed this one. 'Your Worship' instead of 'Your Honor' was great. I'm too lazy to google, but I assume that's accurate? And playing the NSA against the Canadian counterpart was hilarious!
I loved it when Peter said 'We're back where we started' as I've been wondering if the show would end like it began, with him going to (or in) prison.
The scene with Diane, David, and the blonde was awesome. I usually hate David Lee, but he was fantastic with the comments and facial expressions.
I wonder if Diane is going to leave the firm and Cary will come back so we end with Florrick Agos and Lee? Or maybe David leaves, too, and it will be Florrick Agos? I'd be happy to see it as Florrick Agos with Lucca as an unnamed partner.
My gut is telling me that the producers want to end this with Diane and Alicia running a female led firm.
I'm not necessarily against the idea but I feel they've done a disservice to the character of Cary to get to this point.