There’s a broad consensus among critics that the final series of The Good Wife was weak, but not everyone agrees about why (or whether that slap was justified). Brian Moylan for The Guardian: Though [Alicia and Diane’s] final confrontation was dramatic, it boiled their relationship down to two women fighting over their husbands. Both women (and, byContinue reading “The Good Wife: What the critics said (and why they’e wrong)”
We might have started out on Alicia’s side, but as the show went on her ruthlessness and sense of entitlement became more and more pronounced.
What an ending! The writers tested my faith right up until the final seconds – and there was plenty of nonsense to endure first – but they absolutely delivered in the end.
A no-holds-barred trial prep session pits Alicia against Peter to satisfying dramatic effect, but the rest of the episode is a bit of a mish-mash.
PERFECT little toes on a fluffy knitted blanket – that was the image that accompanied this week’s story in The National about IVF on the NHS. Scotland is to have the UK’s “fairest and most generous” provision, the government announced this week, having accepted some of the key recommendations of its National Infertility Group. IVFContinue reading “Focus on happy endings obscures the emotional toll of unsuccessful IVF”
Howard and Jackie’s engagement party is a very obvious device to bring loads of characters together and tie up some loose ends. Alicia and Jason’s relationship reaches new level of eye-roll.
The Scottish Government has been consulting on raising the minimum age of criminal responsibility. But it’s asking the wrong questions.
A welcome return for our Snowden-like friend Dellinger ties up the NSA drama neatly, and Alicia stands by her man (for reasons I can’t really fathom) when he’s finally arrested.
When women risk being dubbed “shrill” or grating just for opening their mouths, it is any wonder we still have far to go in the fight for gender equality?
He played a protector on TV but is alleged to have been a predator in real life … but are the differences between Bill Cosby and his creation Cliff Huxtable really so pronounced?