I'm a huge fan of The Good Wife. Really, great great T.V. Plus it stars the yummy Josh Charles who I fell in love with in Dead Poet's Society (one of my favorite all time movies).
I have to admit, the premise turned me off at first. Politician (played by Chris Noth- another excellent reason to watch) cheats on his wife with prostitute, does a mea culpa to the press, with wifey looking on in supportive terse moment (Julianna Marguiles- who I have a girl crush on now thanks to the show). Politician gets arrested for misusing government funds (swears he's innocent! Yes, he shagged prostitute but he used his own money to do it. Can't anyone get anything right?) and gets thrown in jail. Long story short, instead of kicking Mr. Big and Horny to the curve, wifey stands by her man. I'll admit, it's probably not what I would do, but hey, life is complicated. Now wifey is the bread winner and working at big time law firm where her ex-college sweetheart (Yummy Josh Charles) is now her boss. Add in a fabulous supporting cast- Christine Baranski and the absolutely fabulous Archie Panjabi and it's the best hour on T.V. as far as I'm concerned. Oh, and in recent episodes Alan Cummings has come on board as a deliciously cynical political advisor. I can't wait to see what they have in store for his character.
Last Tuesday, the moment I've been waiting for all season long finally arrived. The kiss between Alicia and Will (Julianna and Josh, or wifey and boss). Yes, I guess you could say it was wrong. She's still married to Mr. Big and Horny, but hey, life is complicated.