FUCK. Fuckfuckfuck. They killed off Will Gardner!
I can't believe it. I'm in denial forever. I loved Will Gardner, he was one of my favorite male characters in tv. I almost love all the characters in The Good Wife, but Will was also the lead man and I can't believe that he won't appear anymore. Plus I'm shocked by the King's choice to just kill him. I understand that Josh Charles, the actor, didn't want to play Will anymore biI guess there were other choices to make him disappear. But they killed him off and in a bloody way.
I almost feel betrayed. Because The Good Wife was all about political scandals and badass lawyers and, generally, a woman's life. I didn't expect a violent death from this show, especially considering that Will was also a protagonist.
Another TV boyfriend is gone after the Eleven Doctor. It kinda sucks.
Important thing: I cheated. I accidentally read a spoiler about Will's death and I watched the episode, but I'm still at the beginning of season 4. I know, it was stupid but once I read the news I couldn't help myself to not watch it. I already had a feeling about Alicia getting her own law firm so I'm not shocked. I know I ruined some surprises but I had to watch the scene. Generally, please don't write spoilers about S4/S5. I know it doesn't seem to make sense but still.
WILL, NO >O<
And back with the scheduled meme
I don't have a lot of least favorite episodes unlike the list of favorite ones. I love almost every episode of the show, even things like Beer Bad (I will get there). I have episodes I don't love like the others, for example I think that the second part of S7 is less interesting and beautiful than the first part and so some Initiative-centric episodes. I also don't laugh at Storyteller's Andrew. Technically it's a good episode with an interesting plot and many good ideas but I don't laugh at the jokes (Expect, maybe, the initial one with Anya)
So, if I have to choose my very least favourite episodes, they will be mostly two:
Goodbye Iowa because boring. The first couple of times I saw the episode I couldn't finish it. I was so bored by Riley's struggle. Which technically was even interesting and the scene at Willy's was provoking, but I guess that I don't really empathize with a white male super-soldier wants-to-be-hero-guy. I will give another chance to the episode eventually, but I'm not that involved in the Initiative - hence Riley's - storyline.
The puppet show Worst episode ever maybe? I didn't really rewatch it. The puppet little guy is SO CREEPY. Do not want.
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