I know! Apartment 23 or its more super-awesome-ex-name of Don't Trust the Bitch in Apartment 23. If Martha Plimpton can star in Raising Hope and do one episode of Good Wife per season, hopefully the producers'll be able to wangle something into Dreama Walker's contract too.
That's... wow. That's high praise. For me, my Good Wife journey is full of rises and falls. I started watching it when its first season started, then got a bit bored with the show's direction and dropped it, only to pick it up again two months later and watch 'til the end of season one. I started watching it again in season two only to drop it again (NO IDEA WHY!). That probably would have been the end of it if it weren't for my friends who started watching it when I dropped it, and kept telling me what I was missing. So, a few days ago, I decided to bite the bullet and start watching it again and OHMYGOD it just got so good! I want to be in a law firm with Will and Diane and Kalinda and have Eli Gold as my hypothetical campaign manager and Becca's such a scheming bitch and all the judges are awesome and I'm not sure why I'm not using punctuation but I'mma stop now before I embarrass myself.
Twitter stalking informs me that you're a Good Wife stan. While I'm not sure I'm as obsessed with the show to go to stan levels, I've just finished season 2 and thought it was extraordinary! Erm... that's about it.
It's just giving the basics of law along with the generic, useless classes they make you take along the way that have nothing to do with law (math especially). Basically setting up the foundation for law school which is intensive learning of the law.
Also, re: http://www.pokecommunity.com/showpos...postcount=1461 - I have a quick question. Presumably, you're studying pre-law as of now. What exactly does that entail? Law's an undergraduate degree in the UK, so I've been studying it constantly for three years, but have always been interested what 'pre-law' represents for US universities.
Sorry if it feels like I'm getting in your face with all of these VMs today... just Black Swan and now law: story of my recent life, pretty much!