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The season received critical acclaim, with the general consensus calling it the series' best season. The fifth season of The Good Wife received critical acclaim. The Good Wife is a solid adult drama, with a delicately fine-tuned performance from Julianna Margulies and storylines that become increasingly absorbing as they progress. Pierce, of the Salt Lake Tribune remarked: Television doesn't get any better than this.

It's a rare show that starts to come into its own in the middle of its fifth season, but somehow CBS's The Good Wife has managed to do it. This season has been among the strongest I've seen, and the last two episodes may be the best television produced this year. Club wrote that "My recollection is that it was not one of the greatly anticipated new shows of the fall season, but for four years now, it's been a great example of a network show refusing to calcify and settle into formula.

There was a scene in a recent episode where Robin came to Kalinda to beg for her old job back, and Kalinda instead counseled her to make herself invaluable to her new bosses; it was what Kalinda had to do herself, and she tells Robin, "Losing a job changes you. During the January 12, episode, "We, the Juries", snippets of three songs from Bruce Springsteen 's new album, High Hopes , which was released two days later, were featured.

Writer Keith Eisner, who is from Springsteen's home state of New Jersey said the deal came together after the season's 12th episode had been written and filmed, but not yet edited. He said when he heard of Springsteen's songs being used he literally jumped up and down in excitement. CBS said this was a way to gain wider exposure for the album in an unconventional way, and lure his baby boomer fans to the show and the top-rated network's website.

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This page was last edited on 1 July , at By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Realizing that delaying would allow them to collect a hefty bonus payment, all the fourth-year associates vote to delay leaving by two more weeks. Diane and Will work with Alicia to prove a man innocent after his execution is botched by the State.

The firm's partners, led by a very suspicious David Lee, begin to actively investigate the associates by scanning their phone records. The NSA, while actively eavesdropping on the firm's phone calls, discovers a possible link to terrorism in a former client of theirs. Alicia is visited again by her mother, who offers her help unexpectedly.

Diane Lockhart, still being sought by Governor Florrick as his nominee for Supreme Court Justice is placed in a very difficult position as she is asked to disavow Will Gardner's past actions. Meanwhile, Eli tries to locate a golden gavel belonging to the Governor only to discover an old adversary has taken it. The firm is rocked by an interview Diane gave to a reporter in her efforts to secure the Supreme Court Justice nomination.

In the interview Diane reveals in clear detail, Will's actions leading up to his suspension that occurred the previous year. The partners and Will move against Diane, wanting her to surrender her stake in the firm. Alicia represents a client Genevieve Angelson acting as a surrogate mother whose unborn baby suffers from a rare, and severe chromosomal disability. The genetic parents wish to terminate it, something the surrogate is refusing to do.

Will, still unaware of Alicia's intentions to leave, makes an offer to Alicia to replace Diane as managing partner. As Diane prepares to move out of the firm to assume her judgeship, she also prepares to marry her longtime flame, Kurt McVeigh, which causes friction with Diane's old friends. Meanwhile, the firm is sued by one of their own paralegals for accommodating a hostile work environment, and accuses many of the firm's lawyers of sexual harassment. The firm hires Elsbeth Tascioni to defend them against the suit.

Eli must deal with Jackie as she attempts to take control of Peter's inauguration as Governor. Meanwhile, Diane becomes suspicious of Alicia after she catches her trying to download one of her client's files. Diane uncovers Alicia and Cary's plan to leave and start their own law firm. After revealing it to Will, who takes it very hard, Alicia is fired along with all fourth year associates and a frantic pursuit of clients begins.

Meanwhile, Peter, after hearing of his wife's firing, helps Alicia secure a client and rescinds Diane's Illinois Supreme Court Justice nomination.

After losing the Supreme Court Justice nomination, Diane is welcomed back to the firm. Will also represents a client, Jeffrey Grant Hunter Parrish , who is stopped on trumped-up DUI charges and ends up being charged with murder.

Natalie Florres America Ferrera returns to Chicago to ask Alicia's help in defending an undocumented Mexican immigrant who is being threatened with deportation if he does not testify against a dangerous drug cartel lord.

Marilyn, who notices Eli's renewed interest in Natalie, fears for the ethical implications of his relationship with her. Alicia and Cary represent a university lecturer accused of being a domestic terrorist by overzealous users of a social networking website. Will's impulsive decision to hire him arouses the concern of Diane, who instructs Kalinda to investigate him.

Jackie, realizing that Peter's new Supreme Court Justice nomination slept with her own husband many years ago, tries to force the nominee to bow out. Alicia, on the verge of finalizing her exit from LG, discovers that she has been bequeathed millions of dollars by an eccentric and now-deceased client. His surviving wife however, contesting the bequest, hires LG to contest the will.

Eli, who realizes certain undesirable clients might be in attendance, tries to stop Peter from attending. Kalinda, busy investigating LG's newest lawyer, ends up getting arrested. Meanwhile, in the case regarding Alicia's bequest, Clarke Hayden makes his debut at court. The case also dredges up passionate emotions for Will, who now questions how genuine Alicia's affections were for him when they had an affair.

Alicia and Cary represent the band who played at their Christmas party in a copyright infringement lawsuit against a TV network regarding the covering of a song by a music show of another cover of a song the band made. Will, after hearing about it, involves himself in the suit, and Alicia and Will both attempt to throw each other off during the case.

Diane, concerned about the frantic nature of the firm's recent moves, such as the expansion into New York, and now Los Angeles, calls for a moratorium on soliciting new clients. Eli, after hiring Kalinda to investigate Marilyn regarding the father of her baby, uncovers video evidence of possible voter fraud committed during the Gubernatorial election campaign he led. Alicia, Cary, Diane, and Will are forced to work together to keep a couple out of jail when they're accused of smuggling drugs. The presiding judge grants their request for a severance, but only for the jury: Meanwhile, Eli attempts to shield himself from culpability after the leaking of a video depicting possible voter fraud to the press, while Marilyn begins an investigation, which involves questioning Will.

Will, however is unable to cooperate fully due to Peter's refusal to waive attorney-client privilege. They are in fact being surveilled, but by the NSA who is sharing information to other government departments. Meanwhile, after Marylin submits an inconclusive report on her investigation into possible voter fraud, it escalates as the Department of Justice's Office of Public Integrity begins their own examination of the allegations and the video depicting the alleged crime, approaching Alicia and subpoenaing Will.

Alicia struggles to compose a suitable speech, so decides to draw upon her past for inspiration. Will, still being pursued by Nelson Dubeck from the Office of Public Integrity, over possible voter fraud, decides to retain Elsbeth Tascioni to represent him against the investigation and a forthcoming grand jury hearing.

Dubeck asks Alicia to submit to a voluntary deposition; Alicia agrees, having Cary act as her attorney. During the deposition, Dubeck claims Will will testify against Peter. Will is defending Jeffrey Grant at trial; Grant is suffering in general lockup, but refuses to accept protective solitary confinement.

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Fire up the Playstation and be told who to shoot. Turn on the football game and zone out in the endzone. Cook a new recipe, following the instructions. Be a drone now, in this moment of quiet, so that I can find inspiration again tomorrow. I get asked for recommendations all the time by new subscribers of Marvel Unlimited.

Hawkeye could easily be a show on AMC. You may be tempted to start back with the very first issue from Instead, skip straight to Giant-Size X-Men 1, which introduced fan favorites like Nightcrawler, Storm, and added Wolverine to the team.

Claremont wrote X-Men for 16 years, creating some of the most loved stories and characters. But, it took him a while to get into the swing of things. If you want to see Claremont with almost complete creative freedom, I highly recommend the one-shot X-Men: Which was the basis for X See a pattern here? GLMK takes a frank look at the issues of race in X-Men, which is supposed to be a central theme, though often forgotten.

I can offer two suggestions: Another Wolverine solo story I highly recommend is the uncannonical Old Man Logan from , in which a much older, now pacifistic Wolverine, sets off on a cross country trip to save his family from the Hulk Gang.

He was always sort of a ghetto Spider-Man β€” and a bit of a joke. Even after Miller left in , Daredevil has remained one of the better-written books in the Marvel lineup.

But one gem I particularly love is his original showdown with the alien symbiote Venom, starting in Amazing Spider-Man If you want something a bit newer, the recent The Superior Spider-Man is a lot of fun. Imagine Spider-Man with all the sensibilities of a Venture Bros. Be aware that these take place in an alternate universe, as a sort of soft reboot of traditional Marvel franchises. You might want to investigate Deadpool, who is seems to be more popular all the time.

Deadpool is a violently, often comically, unstable mercenary. But regardless, this should give you a decent survey of the Marvel universe. Happy reading, True Believer! But ultimately, I'm not an expert on these matters, so that's why I assembled a panel of the foremost experts on security, privacy, Apple, and mass surveillance:.

Rich is the leading authority on Apple security. Kim Zetter, who writes for Wired's " Threat Level ," where she has covered mass surveillance, online security, and civil liberties. Quinn Norton, an independent journalist who has been embedded in Occupy Wall Street, Anonymous, and was even invited to advise the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Quinn is one of the most daring journalists working today, and is something of a hero of mine.

I'm beyond excited that she agreed to be on the panel. Parker Higgins, an activist with the Electronic Frontier Foundation , which for decades has been working to defend our digital rights. I'm honored that such great people have agreed to participate in the panel. It should be a lively discussion. Here's my interview with Chuck Joiner of MacVoices about the panel. It may be the darkest episode of Chuck's show ever, as we get into some pretty deep stuff.

In my last post on the topic, I somehow forgot to mention Aereo, which has already been outlawed by judicial decree in some jurisdictions. Its fight against broadcasters is headed to the Supreme Court, where the supposedly tech friendly White House is lobbying against it. Meanwhile, Marginal Revolution has some frightening statistics on our crumbling infrastructure.

Also, we now have measles outbreaks in San Francisco and New York City , thanks to ignorance and complacency.

Quinn Norton, writing on Medium, has published a powerful piece on how money rules all in the United States:. There is no place with more personal debt and heavier patterns of obligation than the Land of the Free. We are free to try to get expensive degrees to get jobs that barely exist, we are free to spend most of our lives paying student loans, we are free to lose everything we may have gained the moment we get sick. We are free to vote in gerrymandered districts, and free to vote for two federal parties that are largely identical.

We are free to vote on machines and systems that it is often illegal to audit for security purposes. We are all free to talk at once, and listen to no one at all. Retrieved November 13, Retrieved November 20, Retrieved November 27, Retrieved December 5, Retrieved January 7, Retrieved January 14, Retrieved March 12, Retrieved March 18, Retrieved March 25, Retrieved April 1, Retrieved April 15, Retrieved April 22, Retrieved April 29, Retrieved May 6, Retrieved May 13, Retrieved May 20, Law , season 1 St.

Life on the Street , season 4 Homicide: Life on the Street , season 5 Homicide: Writers Guild of America Award for Television: Complete list s s s s s s. Retrieved from " https: Use mdy dates from June Views Read Edit View history.

This page was last edited on 1 July , at By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Realizing that delaying would allow them to collect a hefty bonus payment, all the fourth-year associates vote to delay leaving by two more weeks. Diane and Will work with Alicia to prove a man innocent after his execution is botched by the State. The firm's partners, led by a very suspicious David Lee, begin to actively investigate the associates by scanning their phone records.

The NSA, while actively eavesdropping on the firm's phone calls, discovers a possible link to terrorism in a former client of theirs. Alicia is visited again by her mother, who offers her help unexpectedly. Diane Lockhart, still being sought by Governor Florrick as his nominee for Supreme Court Justice is placed in a very difficult position as she is asked to disavow Will Gardner's past actions.

Meanwhile, Eli tries to locate a golden gavel belonging to the Governor only to discover an old adversary has taken it. The firm is rocked by an interview Diane gave to a reporter in her efforts to secure the Supreme Court Justice nomination. In the interview Diane reveals in clear detail, Will's actions leading up to his suspension that occurred the previous year.

The partners and Will move against Diane, wanting her to surrender her stake in the firm. Alicia represents a client Genevieve Angelson acting as a surrogate mother whose unborn baby suffers from a rare, and severe chromosomal disability. The genetic parents wish to terminate it, something the surrogate is refusing to do.

Will, still unaware of Alicia's intentions to leave, makes an offer to Alicia to replace Diane as managing partner. As Diane prepares to move out of the firm to assume her judgeship, she also prepares to marry her longtime flame, Kurt McVeigh, which causes friction with Diane's old friends.

Meanwhile, the firm is sued by one of their own paralegals for accommodating a hostile work environment, and accuses many of the firm's lawyers of sexual harassment. The firm hires Elsbeth Tascioni to defend them against the suit. Eli must deal with Jackie as she attempts to take control of Peter's inauguration as Governor. Meanwhile, Diane becomes suspicious of Alicia after she catches her trying to download one of her client's files.

Diane uncovers Alicia and Cary's plan to leave and start their own law firm. After revealing it to Will, who takes it very hard, Alicia is fired along with all fourth year associates and a frantic pursuit of clients begins.

Meanwhile, Peter, after hearing of his wife's firing, helps Alicia secure a client and rescinds Diane's Illinois Supreme Court Justice nomination. After losing the Supreme Court Justice nomination, Diane is welcomed back to the firm. Will also represents a client, Jeffrey Grant Hunter Parrish , who is stopped on trumped-up DUI charges and ends up being charged with murder. Natalie Florres America Ferrera returns to Chicago to ask Alicia's help in defending an undocumented Mexican immigrant who is being threatened with deportation if he does not testify against a dangerous drug cartel lord.

Marilyn, who notices Eli's renewed interest in Natalie, fears for the ethical implications of his relationship with her. Alicia and Cary represent a university lecturer accused of being a domestic terrorist by overzealous users of a social networking website. Will's impulsive decision to hire him arouses the concern of Diane, who instructs Kalinda to investigate him. Jackie, realizing that Peter's new Supreme Court Justice nomination slept with her own husband many years ago, tries to force the nominee to bow out.

Alicia, on the verge of finalizing her exit from LG, discovers that she has been bequeathed millions of dollars by an eccentric and now-deceased client. His surviving wife however, contesting the bequest, hires LG to contest the will.

Eli, who realizes certain undesirable clients might be in attendance, tries to stop Peter from attending. Kalinda, busy investigating LG's newest lawyer, ends up getting arrested. Meanwhile, in the case regarding Alicia's bequest, Clarke Hayden makes his debut at court. The case also dredges up passionate emotions for Will, who now questions how genuine Alicia's affections were for him when they had an affair.

Alicia and Cary represent the band who played at their Christmas party in a copyright infringement lawsuit against a TV network regarding the covering of a song by a music show of another cover of a song the band made.

Will, after hearing about it, involves himself in the suit, and Alicia and Will both attempt to throw each other off during the case. Diane, concerned about the frantic nature of the firm's recent moves, such as the expansion into New York, and now Los Angeles, calls for a moratorium on soliciting new clients.

Eli, after hiring Kalinda to investigate Marilyn regarding the father of her baby, uncovers video evidence of possible voter fraud committed during the Gubernatorial election campaign he led. Alicia, Cary, Diane, and Will are forced to work together to keep a couple out of jail when they're accused of smuggling drugs.

The presiding judge grants their request for a severance, but only for the jury: Meanwhile, Eli attempts to shield himself from culpability after the leaking of a video depicting possible voter fraud to the press, while Marilyn begins an investigation, which involves questioning Will.

Will, however is unable to cooperate fully due to Peter's refusal to waive attorney-client privilege. They are in fact being surveilled, but by the NSA who is sharing information to other government departments. Meanwhile, after Marylin submits an inconclusive report on her investigation into possible voter fraud, it escalates as the Department of Justice's Office of Public Integrity begins their own examination of the allegations and the video depicting the alleged crime, approaching Alicia and subpoenaing Will.

Alicia struggles to compose a suitable speech, so decides to draw upon her past for inspiration.

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