"Your honour, my firm recently fired 10 lawyers who where poaching clients."
The Good Wife - The Next Day Sneak Peek
Lockhart/Gardner’s top private investigator is in desperate need of some TLC.
Rylance shot scenes for the Season 5 premiere that were later cut for time. Although there was a potential for her to recur, the English actress was technically only booked for that episode.
Best known for her role in the horror film Sinister, Rylance was set to play a party girl named Holly whose out-and-proud lifestyle would have been in major contrast to Kalinda’s extremely private ways.
Maybe this will mean good news for Kalinda and Cary (Matt Czuchry)? The twosome seemed to be heating up at the end of last season just as Cary was crafting his plan to exit Lockhart/Gardner and start his own firm. Like always, it’s never that easy with these two. “It’s complicated by the fact that Kalinda would not leave with them, but Robyn is. There’s a series of circumstances between Kalinda and Cary that makes it difficult for sexual affection to blossom because of what Cary is doing,” co-creator and executive Robert King told TVGuide.com last month.
Yeah, let’s enter Cary, Kalinda’s plan B. Shoot. Me. Now. Come on, we all know they’ll never really write for Cary and Kalinda something worth Archie Panjabi and Matt Czuchry chemestry.”It’s complicated” is their seasonal excuse to do nothing meaningful (or just ON SCREEN) with them.
And it’s funny. Now that they had to cut the new love interest media miraculously start to remember that Cary and Kalinda hooked up last season and there was absolutely no follow up for that storyline (it’s a Cary’s storyline, so no surprise). But when they spilled the news about that new love interest nobody mentioned Cary. It was like what happened between them was completely irrilevant. And now that Kalinda’s was left (again) without her mandatory new love interest suddenly that is supposed to be a good news for Cary and Kalinda….please, stop pulling my leg.
Arrow Season 2 new promo ‘Olicity’ (x)
Will and Alicia. Alicia and Will. And fuck you Cary. (aka EVERYBODY IS GETTING A STORYLINE AND A LOVE INTEREST BUT YOU, IDIOT) Synopsis of next season according to the Kings.
How soon will Cary and Alicia tell Diane and Will that they’re leaving the firm on The Good Wife? — Melanie
ADAM: Not soon enough for Alicia, who, in the season premiere, doesn’t deal well with the stress of setting up her new gig with Cary while keeping up with her old duties as a partner…
Oh lord, I can tell new CarEy is going to piss the fuck out of me even now. Don’t you be sass-mouthing my girl Alicia without even being a regular, you out-of-nowhere ret’conned asshole! You’re not even a part of the regular cast!
Nonetheless, I’m excited about this new season, especially since I’d love to see Alicia grapple with all these conflicting loyalties (to herself, to the firm, to Cary and the other 4th years, to Peter) and to see Cary scheme and connive in that weirdly idealistic way of his. They are by far my two favorite characters and I’m looking forward to seeing them get to work and interact more with one another.
I’m still not enthused about some of the new guest stars, like [SPOILERS] the new love interests for Peter and Kalinda, both of whom seem boring and cliche’d and thrown into the mix mostly to cause complications. But as long as the A-plot of Alicia and Cary remains strong, I’m here to stay.
So Carey with an “e” is asshole. But I still don’t see the reason why they had to call him Carey. And be careful with what you wish for. Apparently for some people you are not entitled to ask for Cary being finally properly used. He’s the rubbish of the cast and Matt Czuchry deserves to be left in the background for another season.
A meeting of the Cary’s? Lol.. Cary meets “Carey with an e”. Can’t wait to see how this turns out!Credit: Ben rappaport’s twitter
I don’t know what the hell they have in mind with those two…but they look good together.