The Good Fight | 3 × 07 – The One Where Diane and Liz Topple Democracy

 The Good Fight |  3 × 07 - The One Where Diane and Liz Topple Democracy

Diane and Liz’s drama continues to grow due to their involvement in the Book Club and the games the leader has played in The Good Fight. In addition, Blum has been playing one game after another, and will not make things so easy for them.

SPOILER ALERT: This article contains information about the main events of the episode. Continue reading at your own risk.

Adrian, Liz and Diane end up playing a very risky game, because a woman, next to Rachelle Max, wants to take the programs out of the electronic voting machines, because they voted and whenever the votes always had Republicans, the Democrats made random votes.

Diane is against it, makes a beautiful speech about each vote and how each one deserves to be validated. When they find out that there was really malware doing this, they don’t know what to do, and Diane is a little more relieved, only with the judge being bought and everything falling apart, she really decides to kick-start when Polly says that has a project to implant in the polls.

Loving Adrian’s romance with Judge Charlotte, and the way she engages with him, dominating and showing all her power.

Now, Blum played low to see that Lucca was assigned to streamline their project, and knowing that he decides to bring an assistant, Gary Carr, who ends up playing the role of himself. When Lucca finds out that he is an actor who was in the legal profession doing a lab, it was hilarious because she didn’t see his series, as The Deuce and Downton Abbey.

Blum wants to be a partner in the company, even though at the beginning he doesn’t have his name in the company, but he does have his plans. Lucca, Adrian, Julius, Liz and Diane will manage to get him out of there soon, but I think Maia and Marissa’s game was more effective, as they take the name of a fake witness from him and set up a case where Blum is summoned.

He was getting involved with Cyntia, the woman who received good money and signed a term not to say anything about his problems with Reddick, and this move by Adrian was sensational.

We don’t know the paths that The Good Fight will do next, but we know that Blum is impossible not to love and hate at the same time.

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