I’m still not quite sure if we’re meant to know why the FBI are sniffing around the Florricks, but if Alicia pays heed to Ruth’s prophecy of doom perhaps the good wife will finally become a divorcee.
Jason arrives back on the scene, prompting Alicia to realise she needs to get over herself, stop rewriting history to the effect of “Alicia + Will 4eva IDST”, and have a snog in a lift.
The season finale began with a beautiful misdirect, took us on a tense day trip to the desert, and ended with a double-crossed ratfucking of epic proportions.
Both Jimmy and Mike think they’ve got away with perfect crimes … but things start to unravel pretty quickly, with deadly serious consequences.
More tricky tricks in the courtroom as musical copyright is debated, an upset for Florrick/Quinn, and a shock sacking.
The fall-out from last week’s bombshell spills into Peter’s campaign as the Florricks tour Iowa, while Diane and Cary are in fire-fighting mode in Chicago.
Kim takes the plunge in a pathos-heavy episode that feels predictable but still has a couple of twists up its sleeve.
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The SNP’s plan to divert more funding directly to school heads, bypassing local education authorities, will sound familiar to anyone who’s been following the dubious rise of academies in England.
While it’s a thrill to see Saul emerging before our eyes, I’m not really convinced by Kim throwing her lot in with Jimmy. That certainly won’t end well.