It’s clear fan-boy Ross would slither through fields of wheat just to lick Boris’s boots, so if all else fails he’s surely guaranteed a slot on next year’s season of The Apprentice.
It will surely come as a shock to many people that while the authorities can tap phones, open mail, bug houses and put suspects (and their dogs) under surveillance, they can’t access a digital source of evidence that prior to the crime may have been viewable by hundreds of people, or even been largely public.
By the time Love Island fever had gripped the nation last year, it was too late for me to join in. I had so many questions – and now that I’ve watched it, I’ve finally got answers.
When Jay is arrested and threatened with deportation it seems there’s been a mistake … but the investigator is about to learn a shocking truth.
There’s no reason to assume the reality TV star isn’t sincere in her efforts to draw attention to the mass incarceration of people of colour in the United States.
I wonder if Aziz Ansari has seen this episode. I wonder if the editors of Babe.net have seen it. A defamation case about a date gone wrong has the firm divided.
A shocking event finally inspires Diane to ditch the shrooms and return to the real world, and Liz to jeopardise the very future of the firm.
IS Solomon Waltzer (Alan Alda) going to be The Good Fight’s answer to Louis Canning (Michael J Fox)*? I hope so, as I enjoyed his doddery old man act masking his sophisticated mastery of Facebook micro-targeting. Initially the episode appears to be pursuing two parallel plots, but eventually they come crashing together with some pretty impressiveContinue reading “The Good Fight season two, episode eight (day 457): divided loyalty”
OK, I’m hopeful we’re back on track. Diane and Adrian are fierce and fabulous double act mode, Lucca and Colin are sparring in court, and Marissa is implausibly obtaining information by asking detailed questions in a breezy tone. I love TV-pundit Adrian, taking no prisoners on late-night cable news, but all good things have toContinue reading “The Good Fight season two, episode six (day 443): fighting talk”
WHAT’S gone wrong with The Good Fight? This season is yet to hit its stride and I’m becoming concerned that it’s never going to. With Maia’s personal woes downgraded we’re now lacking a central character, and the focus is split among four women. Which is fine, because the inscrutable Maia was a slightly frustrating leadContinue reading “The Good Fight season two, episode five (Day 436): #HimToo?”