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If you step back and look at the larger media landscape of the television industry, you can observe that Trumps' rise was not so "unprecedented" after all.
The political rhetoric is designed to forestall government action on climate change, leaving only the wealthy prepared for the coming changes. Ironically, Trump needs to ask the Irish government to enable his own protection.
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Tonight's the season finale and I'm nervous. Last week's tunnel emergency turned out to be another trick: Just keeping things moving and exciting after Derek's death.
What a solid almost ending to this season. I'm always a huge fan of contemplative Alicia (can we say "Mind's Eye?")
Did you even think it was possible that this story could go on? It's impressive that they did and I don't think it was even that forced or cheesy. It took me two days to watch it, and it got better each time I returned to my DVR.
There is nothing worse to watch than Alicia Florrick sobbing by herself in her apartment. All around, this episode was about how absurd and lonely life is. The show itself has come full circle, as Alicia has to give up her State's Attorney position in front of the press.
Is anyone else sort of embarrassed about how sad they are about Derek? Last night was tough and after having rewatched it again, I can tell you: don't do it. It's just as awful. So, let's have a Twitter memorial
The whole season was slow burn -- there was a teeny tiny less violence than usual. Not so many shock and awe, or sit on the edge of your seat as the Jennings make their way out of a house just in time or something. This is about the unraveling of a family, a marriage, and the Cold War.
Note: Do not read on if you have not seen Season 11, Episode 20 of ABC's Grey's Anatomy, titled "One Flight Down." Shonda is killing us. We have now waited two whole weeks to find out where Derek is.
Granny's back. Stan is at Martha's. We are heading into a finale and the stakes are higher than ever before. Are we all having mini strokes every Wednesday?
Am I the only person thoroughly enjoying the sort of meta editing techniques like Alicia watching CBS News on mute and then turning up the volume when they're talking about her?
So Owen and Amelia break up sort of. Richard and Catherine duke it out and end up in love again. Some guy's penis gets cut off and the residents save the day. But that's not important because where is Derek!?
So much scandal these days! This week opened with a very "Good Wife"-y montage of Alicia being interviewed by an evil journalist who wants to take her down. The email leak breaks and we see that it won't be an easy ride for Saint Alicia. Especially because there are some steamy emails between her and Will in the dump.
Forget Martha, it's all Paige now. All of that tension between Philip and Elizabeth was worthless, because Pastor Tim and Paige figured out something was wrong all by themselves. A few things about the writing that blew my mind.
We have a winner! Alicia wins the race for state's attorney but is losing everywhere else. She tries to reach out to Prady, but he won't work with her. Finn, despite being adorable and buying her a video game, has a new girlfriend. Her campaign manager is leaving, having done a job well-done. And Peter? He is very, very low in my book.