It’s definitely you, not me.
Alicia and Prady promise to run a clean campaign; Cary promises not to flip on Bishop. It’s two, two, two episodes in one!
Alicia’s having visions again, Cary’s growling, and Kalinda’s dealing with three powerful people who wants things from her. I wonder how that’ll turn out.
In which the show reaches Peak Kalinda Needs To Go, For Her Own Good.
Returning guest stars carry the show this week, and I couldn’t be happier. Elsbeth! Pastor Jeremiah! Joy Grubick! Uh oh …
All hail Elsbeth Tascioni, The Good Wife’s undisputed* best recurring guest star! (*Not actually undisputed.)
Seriously, Alicia, would you SHUT UP AND START THE CAMPAIGN already?
Everyone assumes Alicia is running for State’s Attorney, but can anyone make her stop protesting too much and just get on with it?
Cary’s in jail, his bail money is contested, and there’s an audio recording that appears to implicate him. Alicia is faced with a case that could prove deadly for Florrick Agos if she loses. Can she hold it together long enough to save both Cary and the firm?
Most shows ease viewers into a new season; a montage or some exposition from a character reminds us (and explains to new viewers) what happened “last time.” The Good Wife, however, isn’t most shows.