"The Good Wife" has never been better. Everything literally hits the fan in "Hitting The Fan," a riveting hour of TV that I wished could have lasted forever. This was not only one of the best episodes of "The Good Wife," but one of the best episodes of TV.
Now this is "The Good Wife" I've come to know and love. The case of the week -- an abortion/surrogacy case -- and the bubbling drama at the firm combined to make an intriguing and thought-provoking hour of TV.
OK, "The Good Wife," you are great at a lot of things. Being topical is one of them. However, this NSA story ... not my favorite, especially when you have such a meaty story boiling with the Alicia/Cary exit just waiting to burst.
It's the beginning of the end of "The Good Wife" as we know it. Season 5 of "The Good Wife" kicked off right where Season 4 left off, with Alicia still at her front door, face-to-face with Cary discussing Agos/Florrick & Associates. Sorry, Florrick/Agos and Associates.
Susan Pourfar is used to playing out of the ordinary roles. She earned an array of awards for her portrayal of Sylvia in the Nina Raine comedy-drama play Tribes. You'll recognize her from her recurring role as Becky Flynn on ABC's hit series, Scandal.