These poor Florrick men can’t seem to put their wankers anywhere without consequences.
Ayo Trashgasmii, and a special shout-out to my friend Pikey, who shares my grasp of this show’s awesomeness. I know there’s no blue meth, but I would argue the stories are every bit as meticulously crafted, and although the body count is not as high, there is a body count and lots of intrigue. (Is anyone else worried that Kalinda’s husband’s corpse is in a freezer in the file room?)
So anyone who clicked over here because why not, watch with us! It’s DEEP. Orient yourself by Netflixing the first-ever episode and listing to it with commentary. And then Netflix “Death of a Client” from S4, because you can never see Matthew Perry get punched (and then mocked) by Chris Noth enough times. Disclaimer: I am cuckoo for legal-related shows and always have been. I will watch the Davidest of E. Kelley nonsense just for the courtrooms. Also, I’m in love with Julianna Margulies a little.
On tonight’s The Awesome Wife, the National Security Administration is portrayed, with the help of Gabe the Dweeb from The Office, as the severe buffoons they probably are, seizing on a “terrorist connection to the Governor,” which is really just Zach’s ex girlfriend Nisa, whose father is Muslim and has Muslim friends, and who’s heartbroken after being dumped by Zach after Jordan CacaRockets told him to dump her during the campaign.
Speaking of Zach’s popular member, his ex EX girlfriend Becca is selling his dad’s gift from the Chief Justice on [eBay]! The same Chief Justice who loves Diane (despite Gary Cole) but thinks Will’s a scoundrel, and therefore is lukewarm about endorsing Diane for a judgeship and her very own gold gavel. How did Becca get the gavel? Let’s just say we know why Grace is looking like such a harlot these days…
And in a case of delightful serendipity, L/G is suing the aforementioned NSA for infringing on the right to continue being a douchebag of that Neil Gross guy in the hoodie and sport coat. Alicia and Cary hope to take Neil to their new firm, but this is far from a done deal. I’m predicting right now that Alicia never joins The Law Offices of Agos, Agos et al (despite the fact that she and mom Stockard Channing are now bankrolling it).
It’s up in the air whether Diane’s going to get the judgeship right now. But what is certain is that if she gets it, Will demand that she recuse herself from his case for bias in the very next episode.
How’s everyone liking it? Don’t be shy, just make something up. Anything tangentially related to Mr. Big, his pants, who he should punch after he punches Will, how impractical it’s going to be for Will and Alicia to get busy on that desk he clears off in that future scene.
Cool your heels here with last week’s recap while you wait for the fullcap.
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