The Good Wife

Season 5 Episode 7

The Next Week

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Nov 10, 2013 on CBS

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  • The Next Week

    It is smart to see the show pursuing a case that might last multiple episodes. It is also smart for Clark to be getting more regular time (I expect at least) by having him join the new firm.

    Solid episode, but the show needs to have more chaos like they have had in previous weeks.
  • Alicia The Warrior

    Alicia may be in warrior princess mode but this war is going to be long and there are going to be many did have guts, though, to walk into Lockhart-Gardner again and sit there as a witness ( with no right to a bottle of water) instead of as a partner.

    I don't think Alicia changed as Diane pointed out, I think her priorities changed. She got sick and tired of working for other people who stole her thunder and above all she got fed up with the way her relationship with Will was going, that is nowhere. Not that her brother ( who is definitely a terrible matchmaker) is 100% per cent right when he says that she was afraid of leaving her marriage for Will, but there is some truth in his words , more than Alicia wants to admit.

    On the other hand the fight for the clients and the money is getting really dirty and we are going to find out who's naughty and who's nice .David Lee has no qualms about resorting to anything to win but Diane may not be so willing to play so dirty, at least for now.

    What is amazing is the way Zach and Grace are is completely unaware of what is happening right under her nose. Those two have been left to their own devices while their mum is worried about her do hope things start getting better before Alicia finds herself with a new front at home.
  • A One Trick Pony

    This has deteriorated into a never ending Lockhart/Gardner vs. Florrick/Agos spitting contest. Boring! Did the producers out source the writing to a . Creative Writing class? Kalinda is world class scum bag, but never gets comeuppance. Too much soap opera, too little substance. I quit.