The Good Fight | 3 × 02 – The One Inspired by Roy Cohn

 The Good Fight |  3 × 02 - The One Inspired by Roy Cohn

Once again The Good Fight it shows the power of its plots and the strength of its characters. It was nice to see more prominence for Maia, making her stand out from her surname, while Lucca and Diane were peripherally in the plots, but with an equal importance.

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Maia was seen as fragile, mainly for her tone of voice and to put on the gaudy Roland Blum (Michael Sheen) at your side was an interesting departure from the script, mainly because they are so different and generate in both a curiosity of how far they would be able to go.

Roland takes drugs, talks too much, screams, creates situations and even witnesses, while Maia is against, observes, but does not impose herself, only when she sees that he goes beyond the limits she tries, forcing him to threaten her. I liked her getting up, showing that she is more than a Rindell and that she was able to send her father to prison to do the right thing.

I want to see the consequences of it meeting Roland’s strong genius. And I laughed at the faces of Matan and Judge Davies at Roland’s licks.

Lucca was in doubt as to taking over the firm’s divorce area and even Liz wanted to give a little push to make someone inside the office go up, only we had Payton on the move. For Julius it was the best way out and he still got a seat in the courtroom, only that Lucca got clients for the firm and even showed that Payton would be a very bad choice. The way she approaches Marisa to go after things about her rival was great.

And to see Lucca wanting to reconcile being a mother and a good lawyer is very good to make it clear that she can and will go above and beyond her interests. Her conversation with the little one was so simple, at the same time that it makes her wake up that she wants to do everything possible for him to have an incredible future.

It is Diane and Kurt who start to have some small disagreements, but nothing that they cannot overcome with good doses of joke and laughter, while she does her therapy on the mat. The problem is that these things start to affect her so much, that she starts to exaggerate in strength during classes, so she ends up looking for ax throwing, something to take away this distress.

When Tara goes to confront her about who leaked the abortion story to the media, we see her worried and even weakened because it was her, but Trump’s ex-lover ends up saying that a lot of people knew about the story, so she uses this valve. escape to comfort the blonde and take the weight off her back.

The Good Fight it still promises a lot of dramas and conflicts and there is no way not to look forward to the next episodes. The series manages to maintain an incredible pace and quality. I already want more moments from Adrian and Liz, mainly because they disagree with some things at the firm.