1. The problem isn’t that Cary needs someone better, the problem is that we literally have no idea what’s going on. So far, the writers have only shown the relationship from Kalinda’s point of view, and they’ve only shown her using him. We have no idea why either one of them is in the relationship, especially not Cary. I want to see Cary in a relationship that actually matters and has meaning, because it’s clear his relationship with Kalinda doesn’t matter and has no meaning.

    (Source: thegoodwifeconfessions)

     
  2. fanpersoning:

    He’s like, I.AM.ACTUALLY.WITH.THEM. *internally screaming*

     
  3. I may be a scumbag, but…

    (Source: emlary, via arathesane)

     

  4. Season 5 Finale Synospis from TV GUIDE

    fuckyeahcaryagos:

    The Good Wife (cbs)
    Airs:
    Sunday, May 18 at 9/8c

    After Alicia and Cary’s hasty exit from Lockhart/Gardner and Will’s shocking death, it only makes sense that the final episode of this rollercoaster season is titled “A Weird Year.” In the episode, tensions will run high at Florrick/Agos when an open feed from a camera left on after a deposition reveals a surprising threat to the firm. Meanwhile at Lockhart/Gardner, Louis Canning (Michael J. Fox) aims for a larger role. However, the battle we’re most excited to see is grandma vs. grandma when Alicia puts her mother Veronica (returning guest Stockard Channing) and her mother-in-law Jackie (fan favorite Mary Beth Peil) in charge of Zach’s high school graduation party. Who’s ready for some serious fireworks?!           

    (Source: tvguide.com)

     
  5. I may be a scumbag, but…

    (Source: emlary)

     
  6. melikeit2011:

    Cary being….Cary, caring, supportive and adorable. But I want him to be fierce and non-stoppable like last episode.

    Cary doing the only thing writers allowed him to do. For 17 episodes at least. Enough.

    (Source: emlary)

     

  7. In the wake of Will’s death, Alicia and Diane’s story lines seem to be pushing them to address long-standing problems, while in Kalinda’s case it just seems to be suffer porn.

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  8. queenofthenorths:

    make me choose → will & diane or alicia & cary

     

  9. Anonymous asked: Kalinda or Diane?

    florrickandassociates:

    Oh, this is a challenging one. But I’m going to go with Diane, simply because the show has written her more consistently and made better use of the character. Kalinda has so much potential, potential that the writers sometimes seem determined to waste, and she’s had so many awful plotlines (okay, two, but they were arcs and they were absolutely terrible). I think she’s a great character, but the writing for her is often lacking. Diane, on the other hand, tends to get better material. And she’s fascinatingly complex (again, this isn’t to say that Kalinda isn’t, just that the writers have done a better job with Diane). As I wrote in my post about Diane and Alicia’s relationship, Diane seems to be motivated by her own self-interest and by a desire to help others and bring about change, and these goals aren’t always compatible. I have a lot more I could say about Diane and Kalinda, but unfortunately, I’m in a huge rush at the moment, so I’m just going to leave it at this. The post I linked to above, in many ways, doubles as my take on Diane, but I’m not sure that I’ve written anything about Kalinda. The closest thing I can think of is this, which is fairly old and also is mostly about Alicia. 

    Also, to the anon who asked about Friday Night Lights: I’ll try to get back to you ASAP!

    What was the second terrible arc? Blake? The only other arc I can think of is from season one where she helped get Peter out of jail. Well, and the time she helped Will avoid an indictment, but neither of those arcs focused on her. So the writers are batting 0/2 with Kalinda-centric arcs. The character has so much potential and the actress is great, but they really need to characterize her using something other than sex and violence. How great would it have been if the writers filled in more of her relationships with Will and Diane and why she respects them and works for them but nevertheless wants to move on and do something else and what that might be in between 5x5 and 5x15?

     
  10. fuckyeahcaryagos:

    Matt Czuchry and Robert King on Season 5 finale set.

    (Source: instagram.com)