That episode was perfection, I loved everything about it. Alicia learning about the Op research was one of my all time favourite Good Wife scenes.
Talk to mom about hitting children.
Kudos to the show for inventing one of the most realistic hateful kid characters ever. Working in a department store I see his type all the time. Lemond Bishop bankrolling Alicia's political run was a great payoff to a long-serving supporting character, nicely foreshadowed by Peter's JFK picture. Great reveal I didn't see coming and it means that Alicia is mired in corruption before she even gets elected. She can't announce that a drug dealer wants her to win but if she does win Bishop is going to hold that over her.
Kalinda will be leaving the show by the end of this season.
CBS' The Good Wife will say farewell to Archie Panjabi this season.
The Emmy-winning actress, whose contract expires at the end of season six, has signed a development/holding deal with 20th Century Fox Television, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. 20th's plan calls for the actress behind Kalinda Sharma to star in a drama pilot for the studio in the spring.
"Archie is an Emmy Award-winning dramatic actress, and rightly so. Her work on The Good Wife has been extraordinary, and the time has come for her to star in a project of her own,"20th exec vp casting Sharon Klein said. "We couldn't be happier that it will be with us."
I think it'll be good for her and the show, Kalinda's getting stagnant (does mean Carey gets strawberry floated over again though ), they must have been expecting someone to try and poach her for a while given Robin
Alicia's reaction when Elsbeth gave MaClachlan advice in court. Bringing in Howard Lyman. Cary's going to go mental. Lemmond Bishop It's weird that no-one at the firm (except Robin before she disappeared) has talked to Alicia about her election.
Robinwatch-No sign for four episodes in a row and Cary's bail person called Kalinda "The firm's private investigator". When Robin's not on-screen all the other characters should be asking "Where's Robin?". Blonde girl in the Harvard bar did look weirdly like her though.
6x09- Someone remembered Robin exists! No appearance though.
This season has easily been the best material Cary's ever gotten, it's great. Every one of his scenes is depressing with an aura of dread. I do like how Bishop is effectively becoming the show's big bad, his actor is really good.