I hoped they would pick up happy endings guess they didn't... Oh well...
WTF WTF WTF! Seriously! Nolan being the patsey came right out of left field. I seriously cannot wait for season 3.
I agree with Christine, it does glamorize the world's oldest profession. They need to have a disclaimer at the beginning of every episode. Even though the guy had his 'reasons' for wanting Riley, he was pretty skeevy, and they chose the right person to play the skeevy guy. Josh Hopkins has skeevy written all over him. Ugh I wish they could have chosen someone else to play that part. I like this show because they are really fast with the drama. Its very good. And it also is in line with the movie. At some point in the movie Riley starts to sleep with clients.
I have two theories for the finale. Alicia chooses Will after Peter wins the election. The other, which I formulated after watching the promo for the finale: Alicia chooses Peter but knows that she can't stay away from Will, leaves Lockhart Gardner for Argos and Associates. A new dynamic is created. This will cause so much more drama. Will is furious at Alicia for leaving him and the firm. Plus the legal fallout of what she does. Peter realizes that Alicia is only leaving L/G because she can't control herself around Will. Argos and Associates and Lockhart Gardner going head to head will be AMAZING. Especially with Alicia and Cary on one side and Will on the other. Also I sincerely despise Veronica. She is worse than Jackie and that is saying something!
I think that Alicia and Peter belong together. Will has many other agendas work and personal so he and Alicia can never be equals. Will has done many things in his past, some of which we know and others we do not know, for them to be equals and work out, he needs to come clean. If he does, will she still accept him? I don't think so. With Peter we pretty much know everything, there isn't anything being kept in secret. If Will was such a stand up guy he would have given the fourth years what they wanted. The good wife may be an ironic title, but it has summed Alicia up. She's doing what she is doing not because she is good or anything, she really does love Peter, she also loves Will. It is a matter of putting everything into perspective and deciding what will be right for her.
Yeah this isn't a surprise for me because Glee has a worldwide fan base and with syndication around the corner they are looking at major bucks here. Lets face it Fox doesn't have too much going for itself. The Following is doing ok. It might get another season or two. Bones is almost at the end, American Idol has been going down and down. The comedies suck majorly.
Jenna is just stupid. Did not see the pregnancy thing coming but at least she wasn't going to abort the baby if it happened that she was pregnant.
In season 1-2 we had a conversation with Peter and Will that alluded to some relationship that they both want buried or that they know something on each other that they don't want made public and now the chief justice with his claims. He knows Will was acquitted, he was just warning Diane that Will could be more trouble than She knows.
This review is very apt. The director and writers did a very good job of weaving the divergent stories into one episode. Everything made sense and that's the best kind of episode for me. While I see now that Alicia is in love with Will, I don't know if she will act on those feelings. I mean she could, but then again if she chooses Peter then she could leave with Cary and then that would put a wrinkle in her relationship with Will. Hence stopping anything before it happens. I think that She and Cary have been through a lot. She understands where Cary is coming from and it was even in part her idea to leave the firm. I think even if she doesn't leave the firm just yet, she will help Cary leave in a clean manner. From the talk with the chief justice, I think that we are not at the end of the Will's legal woes. I think that we will soon find out that he is indeed caught up in some bribery thing or worse. This is the second time we have had some allusion to this. In season 1-2 we had a conversation with Peter and Will that alluded to some relationship that they both want buried or that they know something on each other that they don't want made public and now the chief justice with his claims. He knows Will was acquitted, he was just warning Diane that Will could be more trouble than She knows.
Can't wait! So excited. Mellie wants a divorce big whoop. Seriously.
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