make me choose: the good wife or scandal → agentpond

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tagaismylife:

Always hungry
I totally understand Sarah

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#wcw #christinebaranski #dianelockhart #thegoodwife @goodwifewritersroom

#wcw #christinebaranski #dianelockhart #thegoodwife @goodwifewritersroom


1970s cinema divas.


nerdyforthings:

I want to get drunk with Diane Lockhart.



missemmamm:

"I have nothing to wear!"
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missemmamm:

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Over the course of many years you get to tell a lot of stories and show a lot of different aspects of your talent as an actor, so I think it’s the greatest gig,” she says. Especially considering The Good Wife is the rare—many would say, only—network show that holds its own with high-quality cable dramas. “It’s a miracle that Wife is a CBS show and it can compete with any of those cable shows,” she says. “And it’s a very different tone because it’s subtle, it’s intelligent, it doesn’t rely on a lot of grandiosity. It doesn’t rely on violence. It doesn’t rely on sex scenes and women being abused or used as sex objects. It’s a sophisticated show and I hope that it’s recognized for its tremendous worth. I’m just really proud to be on it.

Christine Baranski talks to The Daily Beast about The Good Wife

(Thanks to julesillini for posting the original article.)

I’d bet big money she’s alluding to Scandal, because unlike The Good Wife,  it relies on violence, sex scenes, women being abused and used as sex objects.

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