The Good Wife (5x10) - The Decision Tree
There’s a bird. It’s a quite nondescript grey. It’s accustomed not to moving too quickly, not to draw attention to itself for fear of being beaten. It wishes it could be in a cage, but sooner or later, slowly, day by day, its wings grow very strong and if you were to look very closely, you would see brilliant scarlet feathers hidden under its drab wings. Until one day, it’s grown so confident that it flaps its red wings and flies straight upwards into the sky and those lucky enough to catch it in flight think they have caught a glimpse of a firebird.
Best example to pass Bechdel test (a.k.a the test of gender bias) I’ve seen in a while on TV. Instead of talking about men or love interest or children, two female characters talk to each other about work, about how to be strong and professional, about how to take initiative and stand on their own. No crybabies. The dialogue is neither too cold or too sentimental, it’s simple and strong.
Bravo! To all writers of The Good Wife.
Protected from the false god
merlin character tropes: arthur pendragon
«It’s not victory I seek. It is peace».
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"You're the person I love the most."
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