Mistress of the elements.
me coming back to mcdonalds in the same day
Legitimately giggling right now.
I’m told it starts as a tingle in the cooch.
Myrtle Snow is everything.
WELL, I GOT IT!
Watching “The Comeback” for the first time and I’m obsessed.
I couldn’t resist writing something up about “The Good Wife’s” big 100th episode even though I’m on a little staycation before starting at E! in early December.
The 100th episode, “The Decision Tree” is “The Good Wife” at its best. The two central stories are balanced expertly. Sometimes “The Good Wife” attempts to bite of more than it can handle, leading to disjointed pacing and too many stories jockeying for attention. This is not the case here. And now for what you came for, the teases:
Alicia’s in court — but as a client. She’s cross-examined by Will and the lead up and actual court time is great. Josh Charles turns in a fine performance. There are some very interesting scenes (and flashbacks) between Alicia and Will.
The episode opens with some badass Kalinda. Yes, she still exists! She’s on the tail of Damian and that continues all episode. Something she does made me do a big old gasp. It’s been a while since we got some quality Kalinda time, this episode doesn’t disappoint. She uses her “charm,” gets in trouble and throws on the big sunglasses we’ve come to associate with Kalinda doing work.
John Noble makes another go at the Emmy. Hopefully his character will come back and haunt Alicia from the dead some more.
Alicia is thrown off by fart noises.
"I have a Hanukkah too." - Jackie Florrick. There’s also a great scene between Jackie and Veronica (Stockard Channing) that is just amazing.
Nathan Lane’s Clarke Hayden has his day in court.
There’s a (possibly big) revelation at the end of the episode AND a spit-take.
Love “Getting On” so much.