Thank you, Robert and Michele King, for turning into a bunch of boring crap my favourite character."
Matt Czuchry on the thing between Cary and Kalinda (x)
Too bad writers never did so much to address those similarities and to build a really strong storyline about them.
NO, they still need to have sex, on screen! /noshameNo worries! As soon as they’ll have the nth scheduling issues with her next guest star/love interest, they’ll manage to put Cary in her bed again and, considering HOW MUCH she feels for him, she’s going to eat him quickly after that ;)
I know they’re jerking us around and stringing us along but I want to believe we’ll finally get that pay-off. Alicia has had fifty-leven sex scenes every which way; how hard is it to just write one for Cary & Kalinda!?!
For me it’s not even a matter of sex. With those premises I don’t want to really see any sex between those two because I already know how it would play out. And Robert King should stop to call Cary a Kalinda’s “friend”. He’s not. He’s just what you prefer he is according to other Kalinda’s love interest scheduling, Robert. Please, stop jerking us around. And give him a damn love interest,
dreamingofmagic ha detto: ugh im so bitter over these two cause they had so much potential but now their interactions are so meh and poor cary
Yeah, their interactions are completely meh right now but with the material writers have given to them it’s not a surprise. They are not even trying. And now we’re going back to season 2/3 status. I don’t think we’ll see anything different from what we have already seen about those two in past. And that’s completely MEH.
And it’s sad because Matt and Archie had a powerful chemestry on screen and their characters really sparked togheter and there was so much they could do with them more than that awful perpetual indefinite nothing.
And after that episode I can’t buy those two anymore. As friends, as lovers…they’re nothing for those writers.
# Cary Agos
# Kalinda Sharma
# You guys I've seriously enough of that shit between you two
# The Good Wife
# the good wife
# cary agos
# kalinda sharma
# NO SURPRISE
# the episode which changed everything except that thing
I think that if Cary won’t finally move on and realize that woman didn’t deserve 5ys of romantic struggles I’ll jump into the show and kill him with my hands ;)
It’s a writing issue. And the big problem is writers’ idea of Kalinda.
Writers’ obsession about her bisexuality is becoming her big limit: every season they give her a couple of love interests, usually a woman and a man (and a little of Cary who’s becoming a third genus: the masochist), but it ends adding absolutely nothing to the character. Her sex life and her sexual tastes have been fully explored and it’s becoming boring and pleonastic that every season they focus on that.
It’s also completely wrong that those writers have always considered Cary nothing but the fifth wheel of the show and Kalinda a divinity.
And to be honest she never found out about the beating up, so really conveniently she never had a chance to apologize. That obviously was done on purpose. Nobody found out about Cary so nobody had to comfort him. He’s just a tool. No way they would have wasted time to show Kalinda or other characters comforting him.
What did you all think of the casting news that came out this week? I’m a fan of Melissa George’s for awhile, so I think she’ll fit right into Peter’s team. And another love interest for Kahlinda? That’s where I’m conflicted. Maybe the writers think that Cary is too busy getting the new office up and running to worry about a love life? Hmmm. What do you all think? Share your thoughts!
I don’t know Melissa George, but I don’t care about the Peter’s campaign storyline….or the triangle.
As for Kalinda’s umpteenth new love interest…writers think Cary doesn’t deserve a love life in general that’s why Kalinda, “I got a new love interest!" champion, is getting a new one after what happened between her and Cary. If the completely off-screen thing wasn’t enough, that casting news makes even more glowing that what happened between them was completely irrilevant and written just to fill space they didn’t know how to fill: it was another storyline doomed to go nowherere. Writers obviously think that it doesn’t matter what a writing choice means for Cary. What they care about is to give her someone new to do every season. So go to hell, Cary, we don’t need you anymore. Not right now, so bring on the new love interest.
ANd those are my thoughts.