Josh Charles -Division Series - New York Yankees v Baltimore Orioles - Game Two (08 Oct 2012)
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Josh Charles arrives at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 29, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.
Alicia: Are you looking for a lawyer?
Will: I might be.
Alicia: Too bad there are none here.
Interviewer: I have to say your character is in some ways the most interesting on the show because is both evolutionary and revolutionary. I actually just finished this book on the kind of cultural history of middle age and I’ve looked at images in movies and television…there are no single middle-aged women who are not either bitches or psychos.
Josh: Can I just say one thing? Sorry, while I agree with you…you’ve just made next week impossible! Impossible for me. So..I agree with you, but thank you.
Christine: (laughs) This isn’t about me. This is how she was written, I didn’t know when I shot the pilot…I just thought “Strong woman, is gonna give the leading lady an hard time.” I just think it’s one of the triumphs that they have written a women over fifty who doesn’t go home and drink her self into a stupor because she has nothing to her life and that, you know, is bitter and a bitch. Yes, she has got some hard edges there is no question, but we’ve never really seen this culturally and I think it’s incredible! People come up and say “we are so grateful, I never watch television but I watch this show”. They are grateful to watch a show that is so well written, where the characters are so complex, the women are so complex! Women responded tremendously to seeing female characters who were that multilayer. I think it’s wonderful to have these cliches avoided especially with regards to women, it’s so very important. Television doesn’t just reflect culture, it can move culture forward: we have seen it wih gay people, we have seen it with african americans and now I think we could see it with the women in a big way with “the good wife”.
I wish that every television show I watch would have the privilege to be interviewed by the New York times, because this was such an interesting and inspirational conversation not only about the show, but also about women in television, Palestinian conflict, sexual and political issues ect.etc. I’m being boring so I’ll just finish this by quoting the comment one person from the audience did to the writers and the cast “There are shows that I consider entertainment purely, and some that I consider art… and I think ‘The good wife’ is one of the few shows who achive that”.