"You're not writing about 'The Good Wife' anymore?"
That was an entire e-mail I read today.
Yes, I am but I had to catch up on something else last night.
Sunday on CBS, the best episode of "The Good Wife" this season was aired.
In part, that was because there was an interesting case.
Some of the cases play amusing but really aren't that interesting.
This one was.
A guy goes into one of those Stop & Sip stores to see if there's some toys, it's his son's birthday. While he's looking at this rack of toys, another person comes in, shoves a gun at the clerk, demands all the money and then shoots him dead.
The father has hidden himself before that happened. Just then, his cell phone rings. The killer has to be looking over, right?
But the father ends up being put on trial for the murder.
It was really interesting (and I thought for sure the cop that showed up on the scene was going to be the killer).
And we got to see Kalinda doing some sleuthing, which I always enjoy.
I do not enjoy Will's ex. This was her second episode and even though she turned down the offer to join Will's firm, I have a feeling she will.
But she's so annoying.
There wasn't a lot of forward movement in the big stories. Will accidently said "I love you" to Alicia.
His ex hinted to Peter that Will and Alicia were a couple. (Not sure if Peter caught on.) His ex also told Peter that Will was in her first threesome.
It was worth watching and then some but that ex really gets on my nerves.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"