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The Good Wife Recap: Let’s All Drool Over Taye Diggs

The Good Wife Recap: Lets All Drool Over Taye Diggs

Taye Diggs on The Good Wife

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09/29/2014 AT 06:00 AM EDT

Sunday night marked many firsts on The Good Wife: the start of Taye Diggs‘s guest arc; the introduction of Gunter, a hairy gentleman prone to bathing in the Florrick, Agos restroom; and the long-anticipated acting debut of Valerie Jarrett, President Barack Obama‘s senior advisor.

But most notably, The Good Wife somehow staged the most suspenseful bail hearing in TV and movie history. (Take that, Hitchcock!) The episode was also jam-packed with great dialogue.

Let’s run through the best lines:

“It’s the first time we’ve done this, isn’t it?”
Newly free Cary Agos (Matt Czuchry) utters this line as he hugs Alicia (Julianna Margulies). Alicia basically quashes a case against ChumHum’s Deena Lampard, who is accused of colluding with tech CEOs to suppress the wages of employees. The firm decides to use the commission from the case to pay Cary’s bail and spring him from jail. Bad news: We will no longer see Cary Agos strip-searched. Good news: We already have one Orange Is the New Black. We don’t need another.

“That is not a law firm; it’s a frat house.”
Just when you think this show is stuffed to capacity with acting talent, we get the excellent Diggs, who plays Dean Levine-Wilkins, an ex-pat from the NYC offices. A protégé of Diane’s, Dean decides to join her and defect from Lockhart/Gardner (along with six other attorneys). Promising plot, but there was a missed opportunity: Diggs could have reprised his role as attorney Jackson Duper from Ally McBeal in the first ever cross-network, cross-decade crossover.

“We are a good firm. We’re like a funky coffee house with all the great used couches. And we make the best coffee.”
That’s Robyn (Jess Weixler) explaining away the heavy-duty construction in the Florrick, Agos offices – and the half-naked man using the restroom.

“I am not running. I have no interest in running. There is no wrong I want corrected. There is no mountain I want to climb. So stop getting people to call me and come to me with money!”
Eli (Alan Cumming) has thankfully moved on from last week’s panties fixation. Now – without undergarments to distract him – he is spending all of his time trying to cajole Alicia into running for state’s attorney. He enlists the help of Jarrett (played by the real life Jarrett) and then commissions another poll to test her viability. He stuffs the poll full of nasty questions so Alicia would think it’s the work of an opponent. Doesn’t matter: Turns out everyone in Chicago loves the idea of Alicia running for office – that is, everyone except Alicia.

“Goodbye.”
Diane (Christine Baranski), clutching a photo of her and Hillary Clinton, whispers farewell as she leaves Lockhart/Gardner for the last time. Or should we say “last time???”

The Good Wife Recap: Lets All Drool Over Taye Diggs
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If Full House and Modern Family Got In a Fight, Who Would Win?

If Full House and Modern Family Got In a Fight, Who Would Win?

There’s something about goofy family sitcoms that really tickles us. We’ve been thinking about Modern Family of late (with the show’s sixth season premiering tonight), and at the same time getting nostalgic about our childhood favorite, Full House. If we were children now, would we hold the extended Pritchett clan in the same esteem as we once did the Tanner household? Would we religiously DVR episodes and watch them over and over again until the dialogue became so familiar we could recite it in our sleep? Most importantly, which of the two shows would win in a fight? We’ve taken it upon ourselves to pit the two shows against each other, family vs. family, child vs. child, resident hottie vs. resident hottie. Which show has had the best guest appearances? Who teaches the best life lessons? Which kids would we be most inclined to adopt? Check out our reasoning below and see if you agree. Then, then tell us in the comments which family-centric sitcom should come out on top.

The Family We’d Fight To Be Adopted By

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Would we go to the Dunphys, with parents Claire (Julie Bowen) and Phil (Ty Burrell)’s chaotic energy? Or the Pritchetts, with mother Gloria (Sofia Vergara)’s nasal wailing and father Jay (Ed O’Neill)’s crotchety ways? Or what about the Tucker-Pritchetts (Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet), with their overly protective, anxiety-filled approach to parenting? On the other hand at Full House, would we be happier with fairly bland single dad Danny Tanner (Bob Saget), or with the jokes of Uncle Joey (Dave Coulier)? Or would we be best off with Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) and Aunt Becky (Lori Loughlin) and their sappy, musical family?

ROUND 1: It’s a tough one for sure, but we’re going with the Dunphys. They’re unpredictable enough (especially with Phil’s harebrained schemes) that we’d always be having fun, but they’re also grounded (thanks to Claire’s overwhelming concern). At the end of the day they’re a tight-knit unit in which kids and parents have a deep understanding and love for one another.

Kids We Would Fight To Adopt

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We’re going to be honest here: The kids on Modern Family kind of drive us nuts. Manny (Rico Rodriguez) is just TOO much, while Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons) is diva-ish and not as cute as say, Michelle Tanner (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen). The Dunphy kids are OK though: Haley (Sarah Hyland) would be great to have around because her bitchiness translates to a great dry humor, while Alex (Ariel Winter) is the model child, smart, respectful, and (mostly) rule abiding. But if we were going to adopt any kid from Modern Family it would definitely be Luke Dunphy (Nolan Gould) — sort of a savant, the kid is unintentionally hilarious and a great teammate for any parent.

Full House on the other had has the ADORABLE Michelle. Who wouldn’t want to adopt the too-cute-for-words toddler? Middle sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) is a little bit too angsty for our tastes, although oldest D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure) would be a good — albeit a little bit boring — kid to adopt. And let’s not forget Alex and Nicky Katsopolis (Dylan and Blake Tuomy-Wilhoit), who rival baby Michelle in cute factor.

ROUND 2: This one comes down to Luke Dunphy versus Michelle Tanner, and because we just love mischief, we’re adopting Luke by a hair.

Watch a grown up D.J. Tanner talk about being real life BFFs with her Full House co-star, Andrea Barber.


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Why Lady Antebellum Penned the Song for the Nicholas Sparks Movie The Best of Me

Why Lady Antebellum Penned the Song for the Nicholas Sparks Movie The Best of Me

Lady Antebellum Dave Haywood, Hillary Scott and Charles Kelley

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09/21/2014 AT 05:30 PM EDT

Lady Antebellum’s leading lady Hillary Scott has long been a fan of romance author Nicholas Sparks, especially the film made from his tearjerker novel, The Notebook.

So when filmmakers asked for the band to write a song for a new film based on the Sparks novel The Best of Me, it was a no brainer.

“To be able to write for one specific thing and to put ourselves into the story, because we really try to write from our own personal experience, was really cool,” Scott says. “It’s a really special, sweet story.”

The film follows the storyline of high school sweethearts, played by James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan, who reunite after 21 years and realize their young love remains strong. And Lady A’s new song “I Did With You,” is part of the film’s soundtrack, set for release Oct. 7.

Putting it together was a new experience, says bandmate Dave Haywood. “They sent us the script to the entire movie pretty much,” he says. “We’ve never really had that much of a story sent to us. It was fun to follow different scenes of the movie and put that in the song. It was such a cool opportunity.”

Even though being a part of the movie business marked a huge accomplishment for the trio, it was the romance of the storyline that touched them the most.

“The song is about when you know that someone is the one – you know,” says Charles Kelley of the tune, written with their frequent songwriting collaborator Monty Powell.

“Whenever you find your soul mate,” adds Scott, “there are parts of them that you wish you could have as well and the two of you bring out the best in one another.”

Check out a preview of the band’s video for the song below. The Best of Me opens in theaters nationwide on Oct. 17.

Why Lady Antebellum Penned the Song for the Nicholas Sparks Movie The Best of Me
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Justin Bieber Shaves Tiny, Wispy ‘Stache in Instagram Video (You’ll Want to Watch)

08/21/2014 at 11:35 AM ET

If you’re among the millions of Americans suffering from “Justin Bieber Tiny Mustache Gross-Out Syndrome,” you’re not alone. Many of us have been afflicted by it since he first debuted the wispy, patchy upper-lip look (seen below) last year. But there is light at the end of the tunnel: Bieber has reached for the razor and is clean shaven once more.

Justin Bieber Shaves Tiny, Wispy Stache in Instagram Video (Youll Want to Watch)Bauer-Griffin/GC Images


Of course, he didn’t do it alone — or in private. Bieber recorded the whole process for the world to see while pal Lil Za cheered him on. Clad in a Buffalo plaid sleeveless shirt and sporting his signature swoop of hair, Bieber brands his razor, leans into the camera to whisper “R.I.P. ‘Stache” (warning: may haunt your nightmares) and finally lathers up to remove his tiny strip of upper-lip hair. Here’s the Instagram for your viewing “pleasure.”

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“Ur boy got rid of his stash,” Bieber captioned his follow-up photo, displaying the baby face that propelled him to fame. Immediate fan reaction seemed to be relieved and enthusiastic. “THANK YOU SO MUCH JUSTIN THANK YOU THANK YOU,” wrote one Instagram commenter. “Omg omg omg, PERFECT BABY,” wrote another.

How are you feeling in a post-‘stache world? Relieved? Anxious? Share thoughts below.

–Alex Apatoff

Justin Bieber Shaves Tiny, Wispy Stache in Instagram Video (Youll Want to Watch)
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