I'm grabbing two TV shows tonight. I was supposed to do "The Good Wife" last night but was ticked off at White boy trying to be Black.
So "The Good Wife" airs Sunday nights on CBS and the latest episode was pretty much all procedural. Not a lot of forward motion other than Alicia's brother was on and Alicia and Peter's son told the brother that his father (Peter) told him that he'd had another affair and that's why Alicia left him. He passed that on to Alicia who was happy that Peter had told the truth but sad that their son was brought into it. I think the grandmother (Peter's mother) is going to make a big to-d0 about Alicia's brother being gay. She dropped by to pick up the grandchildren and the brother was there with his boyfriend and I just got the feeling she was going to make something out of it.
I don't trust her at all.
The main case didn't interest me and now I can't even remember it. I know that they won it because Alicia played up to the man over mediation. I was sort of surprised she went with that and glad that he called her out for it at the end of the episode. They were up against a woman who was Will's ex. The other case was interesting. Alan Cumming was handling PR and Christine Baranski was representing. It was a cheese company that had a listeria outbreak.
It was an involving episode but just nothing that appeared to matter in the long run.
"Body of Proof" airs on ABC each Tuesday night. This was a pretty good episode with some good humor to break things up. And we got to know the female cop better. We know a ton about the male cop. His wife kicked him out the first season. He's back with her now. And we know other things too. But this time we found out that the female cop's brother was killed in a shooting.
Dana Delaney was great and got to show a lighter side than usual. I like the serious side but it was fun to see this. Peter always gets to gossip, joke, prod Megan on her family life. But he's an enigma. Until this episode. His three sisters showed up and Megan made a point to talk to them. They wanted Peter to call an old girlfriend who was in town for a limited time because she "was the one who got away." Peter ended up letting her stay gone. But it allowed Megan to make him uncomfortable for a change. Which was a nice twist.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"