Peter has little time left to make a plea deal before the jury comes back with a verdict. Meanwhile, Alicia must decide whether her future is with Peter or with Jason, and she channels the ghost of Will Gardner to help make a decision.

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Peter has little time left to make a plea deal before the jury comes back with a verdict. Meanwhile, Alicia must decide whether her future is with Peter or with Jason, and she channels the ghost of Will Gardner to help make a decision.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Diane (Christine Baranski) is on the phone with Kurt (Gary Cole) who mentions the firm is having "office space issues". Gary Cole was in Office Space (1999). See more »

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At 39:28, as she and Peter walk out to the press corps, they are holding hands, visibly showing her wedding ring (set) on her right hand -- not where we wear our wedding set in the USA. After Diane slaps her, her wedding ring set is clearly on her left hand. See more »

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A (Mostly) Satisfying Ending...Here's whats missing....
11 October 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

What makes this a satisfying ending is the dream sequences with Will Gardner. The previous episodes have Eli confessing to the existence of the voicemail left by Will, with Alicia reflecting on her past and sacrifices. She had previously not been able to make the image of Will clear but can only do so once in love again. She recognises the price of sacrifice through the revisitation of her time with Will with the sense of loss and regret reinforced with the news that he loved her, willing to give her anything and everything....

There should have been a Kalinda moment, which would have rounded off the series well: she was one of the strongest characters and her sacrifice and risk for Carey, really touching and out of character. These two filled the vacuum left by Alicia and Will as an awkward love match.

It is easier for her to leave Peter with the children gone and the final episodes pave the way for this to happen whilst the kids go their own way. The narrative tie in of Alicia's mother making romantic mistakes vis a vis Alicia's principles is a good plot ploy: the issue of abandonment of all sensibilities is given through us looking at the differences between mother and daughter.

Diane and the slap is justified but not the actions of Alicia to betray her friend. Both have/had throughout weighed up the costs of a lack of personal life and it would have been far better for these two to go off together with their respective partners waiting for them in the wings as strong and loving men, able to be themselves and love their women without threat to manly ego.

Michael J Fox was compelling to watch throughout.


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