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.
When the headlines proclaimed that Scotland has a problem with racism, just like the rest of the UK,
many were quick to cry “Unionist fake news!”. No-one likes to be told bad things about the country in which they live.
Yes, it feels like the votes of Bill and millions like him have turned the world upside down, but shouting at these people that they are all stupid, hateful, white supremacists is no way to mitigate the damage.
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.
Somebody *finally* notices that Alicia is giddy as a schoolgirl around Jason, but a probe into his intentions raises more questions than it answers.
All of our favourite characters are doing what they do best – it’s just a shame there’s not more scope to explore two really juicy legal cases.