I know you’ll possibly just skip this, but DON’T. The lovely, delightful, generally incredible (and so on) Jamie (AKA sweetjamielee AKA SSJL) is running a Good Wife fic-a-thon! IKR? Fun!
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Ok so my little series is continuing on the request of Minervalilygardner with everyone’s favorite divorce lawyer
We’re like homeless lawyers
Ok but no more meetings outside—I walk away from this vent smelling like spaghetti
This isn’t a smoking section. It’s a secret section…walk away
What fresh hell today?
Heading out for that divorce case we were talking about
All you need are jugglers and we’ll have a Roman farce
You couldn’t have scripted it better
Will: Anyway I’m glad Mr. Lee finds this so entertaining. That just puts more pressure on you Julius to turn Fitzpatrick.
Diane: Can you do it?
Julius: All I can do is try.
David (rolls his eyes): Oh yes please do try
What crap just vote
I move that we get rid of Bond and I get his office for my second secretary
Maria Browning (Child’s wife): Most divorce lawyers keep kleenex David: I find that my clients have a harder time crying when they’re mouths are full of M&M’s
Oh how sweet you two have made up
If it means getting Bond out otherwise I’m out the door to another firm
Family laws…they’re ready to lynch him (Diane gives him a look)…Poor choice of words
It’s sweet I guess a drug kingpin in love
Can I have your card I imagine you’re too new to be in a phone book
Whoa she must’ve had a hard time finding a lawyer. This guy’s barely out of law school
David: Now you’re dreaming. FBI agent: The FBi doesn’t dream Mr Lee.
David: Oh really what were you doing on September 11th?
That’s a battle I’m prepared to win
Acknowledging that it’s only the deepest conjecture from a man who would arrest my client if he had any proof
Alicia, this is a monastery, I am your priest, whatever you say doesn’t leave here. It’s not altruism, it’s pragmatism. I don’t have a practice unless I’m discrete
My tolerance for mess is minimal
He means more to you in the state’s attorney’s office than out on all levels and I’m speaking purely pragmatically and oddly selflessly
At the moment we’re the only department making money so we outrank
“I don’t understand executives that pit women against each other, the fact that they brought in ‘Body of Proof,’ Dana Delaney is a friend of mine, and the two of us were just rolling our eyes, it’s like, of course, you finally have two great female leads and you’re going to put us on against each other,” Margulies said. “You’re assholes. You should have put them on against a different show to see where they go, and then in the end, it was split down the middle. It’s the feeling that you want to celebrate not de-calibrate.”—Julianna Margulies: Network Executives ‘As*holes’ For ‘Pitting Women Against Each Other’
“The Good Wife | Just how bad is good wife Alicia going to be? Will her season-ending romp with Will be a onetime thing, or are these two en route to an all-out affair? Julianna Margulies has yet to get wind of what series creators Robert and Michelle King have set for Season 3, but tells me the long-awaited hook-up, as rapturous as it may be, probably “is going to cause a lot of sadness and friction and unrest, because of the Peter situation.” That is, with Peter now locking his crosshairs on not just the governor’s office but on his romantic rival, Alicia must carefully navigate the waters before her. “I have a feeling that Peter is going to go after Will, and Alicia is always first and foremost concerned with other people, ” Margulies ventures. “So, I think she’ll probably do what’s best for Will, and not what’s best for her.” Hey, as long as they get their $7,800 worth out of the hotel room first.”—Matt’s Inside Line Scoop (via thenewpsies)
“The road to a rekindled friendship for these two is a long one. But Michelle and Robert hint that the pair will eventually come back together. “They are in a very bad place at the end of this season,” Robert says. “What we kind of want to explore is: Can friendship come back from that? Because if there’s anything that Alicia needs in her life, it’s friends. Our sense is that Kalinda and Alicia are kind of meant for each other on a friendship level, so the question is also: Can you come back from this? It’s not something that happens overnight. That, I think, is one of the interesting things for us about next year.”