Josh Charles Dines With Cast: No Bad Blood After Shocking ‘Good Wife’ Exit

Thu, March 27, 2014 10:26am EDT by 5 Comments
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Chris

Posted at 11:25 AM on April 2, 2014  

They were all together because they were attending a planned event (either before or after dinner) at the Ed Sullivan Theater where there was a screening of The Goid Wife “The Last Call” episode with a panel discussion.

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Deb

Posted at 10:11 PM on April 1, 2014  

Terribly sad ending for this main character. Not happy to see Will written off the show. Don’t think the rest of the cast can pull it off without him. Not interested in watching
the show anymore cuz it’s all downhill from here.

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Bebe

Posted at 10:33 PM on April 3, 2014  

This is a great show that is not about Will. It’s about the Good Wife and there are other interesting characters that I’m sure the writers will focus on. I can’t wait to see what the future holds for both firms now that Will is gone. I did not particularly care for how he treated Alicia when he found out that she was leaving to start her own law firm. Thought he acted pretty s@#$ty. I believe that they loved each other, but they both knew that being in a relationship would not work especially after she became a partner. Yet, when he found out Alicia was leaving, he felt betrayed and took it personal, acting like she owed him for her success (also happened with Diane) and he was gung ho to throw them out. When the company was going through bankruptcy with little money coming in, he and Diane were prepared to use Alicia and the other third year associates – offer them a partnership where they would all have to pay a $600,000 to buy in as partners, putting $150,000 as the down payment. When the money started to roll in after winning a few cases, those partnerships were put on hold for a year, which was one of the reasons Alicia and the group planned to leave. Another reason Alicia chose to leave was the fact that her husband had just been elected governor and staying would complicate matters. Will wanted to keep Alicia around (she became a partner) as was evidenced by the flash back he experienced about them being together as he stormed in a rage down the hall to her office after he found out she was leaving. He was all about power and beating the competition as was evidenced by some of the decisions he made on behalf of the firm without consulting Diane or the other partners. Everything that he did from then on was personal because he was angry. I do applaud him for honoring his attorney/client relationship with Alicia’s husband when they were being investigated on ethics charges and he did not back down.

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Fran

Posted at 12:24 AM on April 1, 2014  

I think you should bring Will Back .. It won’t be the same without him.

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Anna

Posted at 11:42 AM on March 27, 2014  

I was shocked when Will was shot on the Good Wife and actually cried when watching the program. I know he wanted out but this is on of the most shocking ending of the programI have seen in a long timer – Will miss Will Gardner and I am anxious to see where the Good Wife goes from her.

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