The next contender for the Hottest Hookup in the AfterEllen Visibility Awards is Kalinda and Lana’s “goodbye garage door” romp on The Good Wife. Our minds are still reeling because this scene made it onto network TV. And by “minds” we mean “pants” and by “pants” we mean — oh, just watch it.
I’m not gay, I’m …. flexible.
You know what’s funny? I don’t actually think about her being either gay or straight. She’s just a sexual being. That’s so funny, I don’t really think of her as different. This is who she is as a woman and this is what she does, what she likes, who she likes. I don’t think of her differently.
But here’s the problem. Lana is not on Kalinda’s side — and we don’t know why. She keeps “leaking” information about tax problems. This time, she told Lemond Bishop that he might have some tax issues because of work Kalinda did for him. And Bishop, if you don’t remember, is a Very Bad Man (and the city’s top meth dealer) who will do whatever he needs to in order to avoid the attention of the FBI. Kalinda is legitimately afraid for her life. She decides to have a heart-to-heart with Lana — that veers to other body parts very quickly. - The Linster
The Good Wife gave us a bit of Sapphic meta casting this week with the appearance of Julianne Nicholson as attorney Callie Simko. Nicholson, you recall, played Samantha, a love interest of Elizabeth Reaser’s Allegra in Puccini for Beginners. Reaser is a recurring guest on The Good Wife as Tammy, a Will love interest. Looks like Callie is headed to be bedded by Will, too. I vote for a planned threesome — in which Will doesn’t show up. All in favor? - The Linster
Kalana fans got their wish this week, as Lana Delaney (Jill Flint) strolled back into Kalinda’s life. Her wooing skills need some work, though. We learn that Lana is behind the IRS investigation of Kalinda. Why? As she tells Alicia, “Sometimes I just get an itch.” I bet you do, Lana. And we can see exactly where you want it scratched. - The Linster