The Good Wife

The Good Wife

The Sixth Season

DVD - 2015
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Alicia Florrick stood by her husband on his tumultuous path to the governor's office, but now she's entering the world of politics on her own terms by running for state's attorney. As Election Day approaches, Alicia must balance the demands of her firm and campaign as she supports her partner Cary during shocking developments that could end his career; and life as he knows it.
Publisher: Hollywood, California :, Paramount Pictures :, CBS DVD,, [2015]
Characteristics: 6 videodiscs (957 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
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Dec 09, 2015

How many series are as good in the sixth season as they are in the first? The Good Wife is one that certainly is. I'm looking forward to Season Seven.
It's unfortunate, though, that Season Six was the last for Archie Panjabi.

Oct 11, 2015

Season 6, Episode 18 (“Loser Edit”):

R.D.: “Diane, can I ask you something? What do you think would happen if every case were adjudicated by someone with a family member or loved one who’d be affected by the decision?”

Diane: “Ultimately, perhaps every case is.”

R.D.: “But isn’t the law supposed to be impersonal in the sense that it should be the same for everyone? You know, otherwise we’re in China, right? Everything’s determined by who you know.”

Diane: “The law is supposed to be fair, not impersonal. In fact, I would argue that the law is always personal. It has to see the human side too, or else it’s meaningless. . . . You’re gonna fund this defense anyway, aren’t you? The wedding planner?”

R.D.: “Yes.”

Diane: “Why?”

R.D.: “Three years ago, Barack Obama was against gay marriage. So was Bill Clinton. So was Hillary. You know, basically every Democratic icon was lined up against gay marriage. Now they’re not. You know? Because it’s politically expedient for them not to be. Who knows what they’re gonna be for or against in another three years, right?

I like people who stand by their opinions. I like people who stand by their beliefs. And I think a religious accommodation must be made for people who do that. You know? It’s the right thing to do.”

- American Boy: "Obama isn't that much different than Romney: same foreign policy, same healthcare plan, same waffling (or barely hidden) disdain of homosexuals, and much the same economic policies. The only real differences are window dressing. Vote Rombama 2012. Or you could vote for a real candidate like Gary Johnson or Jill Stein."


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