Like, you know, whatever.
Flustered Eli is adorable.
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.
"In terms of the pregnancy plot, actress Melissa George is actually pregnant, so this is one of those instances where the plot is bent to serve the needs of the performer."
"What the hell was going on with Will and his new tattooed lady, who mainly just wants to straddle him in bed and say weird things like “I want your baby.” My roommate quickly posited that she was imaginary, and as crazy as that would be, I kinda have to agree. I mean, there was that one scene where she flat-out ate Will’s face in public at the office and no one batted an eye. Is tattoo lady some manifestation of whatever nervous breakdown Will is having right now? He was freaking me out with his whole energy speech at the end of the episode. I worry that Will’s going insane, and I worry that the show is deploying a tired TV device to show it, but I may well be wrong. If I am, then his scenes with the woman are even stranger and more inexplicable."
Will litterally losing his mind is a way better explanation than him actually being attracted to that lady.
Ohhhhhhhhhhhh I had not considered this! I hope this theory is wrong.