On "The Good Wife" and other shows, it's hard to see relationships splinter.
In the finale of a heretofore brilliant series, we watched as our heroine stumbled off post-slap, tugging at her designer suit, her always perfect hair ever-so-mussed; eyes teary, men gone, mentor betrayed, children confused, career on the precipice, and we, like Peggy Lee, could only ponder: "Is that all there is?"
But as I said in this week's podcast, the fact that we get so worked up about finales is, in a weird way, a sign of TV's
The long-running USA series "Burn Notice" bows out for good on Thursday, and we already know the last episode will be suitably