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Alicia Florrick

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love 'The Good Wife'

David Toussaint | Posted 04.14.2015 | Entertainment
David Toussaint

Like most religious awakenings, it didn't happen overnight. I'd heard of this new show The Good Wife, seen ads on bus stops and during commercial breaks for trivial shows like 60 Minutes. It looked silly, something unnecessary in my already busy spiritual TV life.

Matthew Jacobs

Why Is TV So Obsessed With Extramarital Affairs?

HuffingtonPost.com | Matthew Jacobs | Posted 11.18.2014 | Entertainment

As contemporary television goes, the more illicit the sex, the steamier. Cue up the many articles praising TV executives, particularly ones of the...

How to Find Your Own Diane Lockhart

Kathleen Smith | Posted 12.27.2014 | Women
Kathleen Smith

It's easy to admire a lady on your TV screen, but asking someone to be a mentor can be pretty terrifying when you don't even have the guts to order a pizza without using an app.

Alicia/Will Or Alicia/Peter?

Posted 04.22.2013 | TV

For four years, "The Good Wife" fans have battled it out over who Alicia Florrick should be with. Julianna Margulies' character has been with both...

TV's 14 Hardest Workers

The Huffington Post | HuffPost TV Staff | Posted 08.31.2012 | TV

Labor Day means three-day weekends, barbecues, and soaking up summer's final days. But let's not forget the main purpose of this early September day: ...

The Fairest One of All: What is This (Latest) Female Competition Really About?

Vivian Diller, Ph.D. | Posted 05.19.2012 | Women
Vivian Diller, Ph.D.

The truth is, competition at the workplace and elsewhere does exist among women.

Legal Trouble For Alicia On 'The Good Wife'?

ETonline.com | Posted 01.06.2012 | TV

What begins as a high-stakes lawsuit quickly devolves into the possible demise of Lockhart & Gardner. In this clip from Sunday's all-new episode of...

TV Review: The Good Wife Goes to Better Heights

Catie Lazarus | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Catie Lazarus

The Good Wife is closer than any Oprah or Barbara Walters special will ever be to bringing this viewer to understanding why Hilda Spitzer, Elizabeth Edwards (until recently), and Hilary Clinton stood by their men.