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The Good Wife: Hi (2010)
What do you mean? I'm confused....
The 'role of the black woman', is the accused fellows' wife (how could you not know that? Because the husband was white?), and ultimately a brief suspect. (The woman whom was murdered was the couples' babysitter).
Also, you must be the only person whom didn't see the crystal-clear and obviously heavy innuendo in Kalindas' (Archie Panjabi) testimony...'Client 12' (used for the 'example' in her testimony)was clearly Judge Reigert! This is why he'd looked so uncomfortable during her testimony, and why he'd ultimately granted Florrick a re-trial on the grounds of Childs' 'sexual witch-hunt'! The defense attorney cleverly stood up to object once again, so that the 'names of the Client List' didn't have to become public record (meaning the married, father-of-three Judge Reigert would not be 'outed')....Childs' didn't look like he got it, either, though...
Big Sound (2000)
Satirical look at the music business.
I'd seen a few episodes, and found it pretty amusing; the portrayal of the superficial nature of the music business was likely spot-on, but spun in a comedic fashion. Had decent guest actors, and actual bands/artists that are relatively well-known (Scott Staph of Creed comes to mind....refused to wear a shirt, which was the 'problem' the PR folks were dealing with). Filmed right here in beautiful Vancouver, B.C., but was probably 'set' in L.A.; don't remember that far back. I think it's a shame that it didn't find an audience, as I do appreciate the quirkiness of true satire. I used to watch Greg Evigan on 'BJ and the Bear' as a kid, but he was made for this role; I thought his acting was outstanding here. Very funny. :-)