The Good Fight Series Finale Review: Nothing ever occurs here, claims Jay (Nyambi Nyambi). “What we construct one day is destroyed the next.” He might be the best employee in the legal business; a Swiss-Army investigator who can hack whatever the plot wants or shake details out of NDAs. He also knows a lot about guns. Jay: sonic screwdriver, tricorder, and muscle. The Good Fight‘s most dependable character now claims his entire programme is useless, ten minutes before it ends.
Jay is addressing us from the rubble. The Reddick-Ri’Chard headquarters are the target of a free-fire attack by white nationalists in the finale. There are bullet holes in every window and piece of furniture in the aftermath. Still, if it weren’t for the active shooter, Jay would have a valid point.
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The last case in this courtroom drama was never really a case. Felix Staples, a fascist fool, enters the scene with false accusations against DeSantis (John Cameron Mitchell). Ron’s deceitful job leads to a last-lawyer dialectic. Felix must be lying. But wouldn’t this hurt DeSantis’ prospects of winning the election? But wouldn’t that open the door for Trump then? But given that Trump has no chance of winning, don’t we desire that?
However, in 2016 the Democrats did not believe that. Finally, the partners decide to pass. Ri’Chard concludes, “This has been a waste of a day” (Andre Braugher). Waste and nothingness What a way to end a television series!
When everyone is later hiding from sniper fire and Ri’Chard warns them, “You can’t focus exclusively on the evil.” The show’s best instincts are let down by a few ending-like scenes and some uplifting aspects of “The End of Everything.” Liz (Audra McDonald) listing the illegitimate clients Diane (Christine Baranski) has assisted is strange. Kurt (Gary Cole) can’t just leave the NRA; it would be too easy.
Ri’Chard and Liz are now co-running STR Laurie, and they have an all-female Washington business with Diane’s name on it thanks to co-creators Michelle and Robert King tossing the last remaining strands of professional realism out the window.
Watch as victory emerges from defeat. Kurt and Diane come to terms. Diane renounces the villa lifestyle and returns to the legal profession. The shooting itself is a skillfully captured moment of motion. The episode was directed by Robert King, who successfully captured the hide-for-your-life fear.
It’s been a season-long buildup to this. In reality, the entire series: These opening credits were indeed a prophecy, unlike Mad Men. Fireworks cause the flower pot, the phone, some essential books, and a pocketbook to explode.
also from me today, some thoughts on the end of The Good Fight, and how hard it is to stay rooted in the world when primary achievement was surreal catharsis https://t.co/LoCOaIxJvU
— Kathryn VanArendonk (@kvanaren) November 11, 2022
A nice 2022 day is one in which no one passes away. According to Carmen (Charmaine Bingwa), “I appreciate working here.” I still have a lot to learn in this place. He leaves, and she stays. Ambiguous? Both-sidesy? Good Fight favours one viewpoint. Even though I wanted to visit the Collective’s racial Guantanamo in Antarctica, we don’t follow Jay to his new life as an underground activist.
Pals Saying goodbye is Carmen and Marissa (Sarah Steele). Kurt is kissed by Diane. Diane invites Liz to join her outside the office for a roundtable discussion. The McDonald-Baranski fireworks were always used by Good Fight in an intelligent manner. Eight Tony Awards do not need to be overstated. They were colleagues who respected each other’s tenacity without becoming too involved in each other’s personal lives.
The fact that Good Fight could convincingly end as the Liz and Diane Show without even taking a moment to remember the Boseman era is a testament to the show’s late-stage resiliency. The trap door opens just when everything starts to appear a little too perfect—romance, career, and friendship all worked out for darling Diane! The last words of an episode-long countdown appear onscreen: “Time’s Up.”
The females look at their ringing phones. In 2024, Donald Trump will run. The cycle starts over: Liberals gape in shock as the human orange who has been married three times prances back into American history. The way I listen to “Y.M.C.A.” will never be the same. And I still find myself giggling occasionally.
Audra and Christine really are this close so the emotion was very real that night. #thegoodfight
— Robert King (@RKing618) November 11, 2022
The Good Fight openly detested Trump, in a way that made many purportedly progressive TV shows seem coy or heartless. And with this conclusion, the show could have actually been overly pessimistic; regardless of how the votes turn out, it wasn’t a good week for the former (and potential?) president. However, the show was also distrustful of the forces that gave rise to Trump and detested what he was doing to those who shared his hatred.
The media could have truly been the main enemy. When the false court in season 5 got cameras and lost its essence, it became clear that Good Fight was frequently a television programme against television. However, you might also include The Big Six, a brand-new family-friendly mega-series that debuted in the finale and which turns Civil Rights icons like Roy Wilkins and John Lewis into a super team.
Liz paid $500,000 per year to licence the intellectual property of her late father. (Traditional Tolkien grandchild profit-making scheme.) But she still has suspicions. James Farmer slaying a Klansman in the silly cartoon’s accompanying shooting game may not accurately reflect the Civil Rights movement’s ethos. Ri’Chard dismisses her sensitive nature with a wave.
He is a cynical realist who doesn’t mind if Ford and Nike’s advertising utilises remarks in support of racial equality to sell shoes. There will be educational entertainment. What if, though, the stupid game and the stupid show are trivialising history? What happens when giving kids a digital gun is the only method to teach them morality? You may remember that this happened in an episode where everyone was shot at.
A happy ending, but take another look. In the last scene of Good Fight, a well-funded vigilante society extradites omnipresent white nationalists, leaving America in a state of semi-permanent Cold War. The helpless Democrats hope Dwayne Johnson picks them over the Republicans by caving to a tech billionaire (and Scorpion King 6). Explosions happen frequently, and police are ineffectual. loss snatched from the jaws of victory.
— Sherrilyn Ifill (@SIfill_) November 10, 2022
Since we are familiar with how it feels when an industry — and a complete paradigm for viewing the world — progressively collapses, I believe there is a reason why Good Fight over-indexes among journalists. Many Good Fight characters and spectators questioned, “What exactly is the point when people lose trust in your institution’s past and hold no hope for its future?
Why not join the ranks of the other ravagers who rule this desolate land, or just go away? Speaking about the importance of waging the good fight now would be a terrific idea. Truth is sometimes more straightforward. I enjoy my job here.