swatkat: (the good wife: kalinda wins)
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Brief, very brief thoughts:

a. ALICIA AND KALINDA OMG. If the first scene was a punch in the gut, the second was glorious. And - I hope I won't have to argue about this anymore, fandom - it was never just about Peter for Alicia, as she makes abundantly clear: it was about a breach of trust, it was about Alicia feeling like she had been the only one exposing her heart (not knowing, of course, how vulnerable Kalinda is when it comes to her).

b. DIAAAAANE. ♥ Go Diane with the rocking social life - Will's expression when he sees Diane in flirt mode was pure gold.

c. Lewis Canning, always a pleasure. While I would have liked Alicia to frame her demand for a raise without bringing in her financial needs - making a case for the same by citing the cases she has won instead, as she did in the previous episode - I am a little baffled by the response (mostly on TWOP) that bargaining or demanding a raise makes her a terrible person. LOCKHART AND ASSOCIATES got her cheap, and she has proven time and again her worth as a lawyer. The fact that Diane stuck out her neck for her (proving me wrong - in this case I'm happy to be proven wrong) speaks VOLUMES about her worth as an employee to the firm, even without her Peter connection. I'm glad that Alicia is beginning to recognise that worth.

d. Cary's humility was nice.

e. I'm glad the drinking together hasn't happened yet. They aren't there yet. BUT THEY'RE GOING TO TRY! \0/
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