That's Isaiah's The World Today Just Nuts "Scaling Back The Years" from this morning.
"The Good Wife." CBS, Sunday nights.
Was not thrilled to watch this episode. Right before I did, I learned that Matthew Perry would be joining the show.
I don't care for Matthew Perry for starters. For seconders, there are a lot of actors they could have hired who could have brought something to the show.
I may honestly check out on this show during Perry's stay. I hate him. I could take Chandler but Studio Yada Yada Sorkin? And that Mr. Sunshine nonsense?
I feel like we already suffer through Michael J. Fox.
Sorry if that hurts someone's feelings.
I don't have a problem with seeing Fox in an acting role. I don't think he needs to be hidden away. I think it's brave to put a face on the disease for the public.
What I don't like is when he falls back on Alex P. Keaton mannerism to put the part across.
When he does that, it takes me out of the character and out of the moment.
I'm instead aware that I'm watching a TV guest star.
It's going to be the same with Matthew Perry.
I also didn't care for the episode.
I really don't think Hollywood needs to be cheering the country into war on Syria.
Another reason I may bail on this show.
I don't think it's timely, I think it's War Hawk crappery.
I don't support war.
If that's where this show's headed, it can f**king go there on its own.
I watched this show for Alicia and the cases.
I'm not interested in a TV show explaining to me why the country needs to go to war with Syria.
Long term storyline? This episode Eli agreed to work for his ex-wife (Alan Cummings & Parker Posey) and Will took a six month suspension for taking a client's money 15 years ao.
Kat's "Kat's Korner: Absorb the Graffiti" went Monday. Be sure you read it.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"