E: Who knew friendly Matthew Perry could be so loathsome? But now we do. This week’s episode is chock full of disappointments for – and disappointing behavior from – Alicia. The lady wants a seat at the table. Through her, and through Will and the internecine Lockhart/Gardner fighting, we see just what that gets you. Show, how many times can you break my heart? It turns out quite a few.
E: This is the episode in which Alicia learns to play the game. Continue reading
E: For the last few episodes, I’ve been complaining a touch at the lack of Alicia. Well, not anymore. She got quite a lot too do this week – be disgusted, be wrong, be sorry. And she got to do something she doesn’t do very often; she cried. If the end of this episode didn’t break your heart, I don’t know why you’re watching this show.
Oh, and? When I said that I had no idea what the writers were planning to do with Caitlin? Yeah. How true that statement was. Talk about an epic prediction fail! Continue reading
E: For yet another Alicia lite episode, I quite enjoyed this break from major angst. It’s always a pleasure to see our lawyers outside of the office, and boy did we get a lot of that! Not one but two utterly overbearing sisters for Will (one high powered, one a bit daffy) with some quick insights but also some rather wonderful misunderstandings. We had a moderately interesting case and a lot of internecine power moves in what, let’s face it, could have been the best uses of the glass walls all year.
E: In which all is finally revealed. Oh yes. All is revealed.
M: Just about, yeah. As a huge fan of shows like Lost and Fringe, it was nice to actually have pretty much every question answered. Unusual, but nice. Continue reading