On The Good Wife, Alicia Florrick is the star, and much of the drama centers on how she performs in the courtroom.It's natural to think of Alicia then as the show's top lawyer, given her top billing. An unfortunate event brings the firm together, along with the prospect of a new name partner; Diane struggles to grapple with the insanity of the world; Maia is confronted with another hurdle in … Regarding The question now becomes this: if Kresteva takes the firm down, will he also be taking down Diane? How's Lucca's friend working in the television industry on "one of those Chicago shows" work for you?Ambiguous? In turn, Diane wants the money from said mega payday to count as her capital contribution and she wants to be a name partner. How's Diane taking care of her own problems, devoid of her cheating man's help, rising up to become a name partner at our Law Firm Du Jour, feel?Taking the gold in the meta-Olympics, the client, Keith (Paulo Costanzo) wrote an episode of a television show based on allegations (Ryan Grim, Until the Internet intervenes, of course.
I don't even know what it is at this point. All Rights reserved. Only time will tell.
Don't even try to front like Cary (Matt Czuchry) wasn’t your friend, Lucca. Maia’s dad is definitely playing her, right? Because if so? Place your bets now. Along the same romantic lines, it's official: Diane and Kurt need to reunite for good. Right. Even so, his work thus far appears to be moving in the direction he fancies. Everything seems doomed until the Tweeter-In-Chief sends a derogatory message, thus allowing the episode in question to be protected under the First Amendment. How about Kurt (Gary Cole) and Diane (Christine Baranski) reuniting, if only for a night, with Diane ultimately telling her estranged husband they can't live together, even though he so clearly wants to?Feminist?