“Mind’s Eye” – Alicia prepares for a key interview which could impact the outcome of the race for State’s Attorney. Also, Louis Canning pressures Florrick/Agos/Lockhart to agree on a settlement in his wrongful eviction case against the firm, on THE GOOD WIFE, Sunday, March 8 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. Michael J. Fox reprises his role of Louis Canning. David Hyde Pierce returns as Frank Prady. Episode written by Executive Producers Robert King and Michelle King, and directed by Robert King.
Is it just me or did The Good Wife get really …bland?
I don’t think the stories are worse than last season, but everything’s so grey and silent.
And this episode was annoying. It felt like they made fun of Elsbeth (who’s my favorite thank you very much), suddenly she’s into Perotti (even though she didn’t use to, which was perfectly done), Cary isn’t really playing any role right now (and seems to have been replaced by that other guy), Diane was plain stupid this week (I actually thought the partners would decide to ask her to leave and now she’s criticising the whole agency. yes, it’s different from L/G, that’s the whole point), Kalinda’s cheating on Cary, …
I was expecting growing pains. But this is not showing the agency establishing itself. If they keep that up everyone will be broke and homeless in three episodes time