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  • As for the rest of the plot of this hour, I enjoyed seeing Kalinda (Archie Panjabi) meeting her match in a new agency detective that is part of the new merger team

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      The Good Wife: Taking Control picks up at the press conference that we saw at the end of the last episode from the first season. Peter Florrick (Chris Noth) is again throwing his hat into the political ring. The question at the start of the hour is will wife Alicia (Julianna Margulies) be at his side, especially when boss and potential lover Will Gardner (Josh Charles) is ringing her every other minute.

      Here’s the thing. First, if


      Alicia has an affair with Will, she is absolutely no better than cheating husband, Peter. How can they justify that? His wrongs are negated if she does the same thing. Any romance, with Will or otherwise, makes Alicia lose her moral standing and any right to call Peter on what he did.

      Secondly, if she strays, what’s the point of the show? Alicia can’t be ‘the good wife’ if she’s not married with Peter and ...


      • engaged in an active relationship with him.

        I am totally disinterested in Alicia’s affairs away from the marriage. That’s a show killer for me and would cause me to stop watching. I want to see her moving forward in life, piecing the marriage back together, and becoming a success as a lawyer. I’m not interested in her showing that she has no more morals than Peter had.

        As for the rest of the plot of this hour,

        I enjoyed seeing Kalinda (Archie Panjabi) meeting her match in a new agency detective that is part of the new merger team. She’s good, but she needs a reality check. This guy is her match, and it’s fun to watch.

        I also enjoyed seeing the foot analysis of the wives who have been cheated on and the trial scenes with the accused acting as his own attorney with Alicia, especially when old colleague Cary gets into the act.




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