I feel like I’m getting repetitive, but I can’t help but admire how consistent The Good Wife is. “Real Deal” brings back Michael J. Fox and skillfully interweaves him in the office politics, making for very compelling episode.
The one thing I especially like about the episode is how the levity really comes out, even during the most tumultuous times. No matter what Bond or Canning are doing, how poor the campaign is, we get to see lighter moments from everyone–the smiles while conspiring, Peter’s rapper friend, and so many great scenes.
Looking ahead, Will and Diane have Bond pinned, using his keyloggers against him. It’s only time before they move, and I’m definitely excited for that.
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