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<em>The Good Fight?</em>recap: The one where Diane uses 'the good fight' in a sentence


characters’
Trump
the White House
NSA
S.A. Spencer Zschau


Diane Joins
Diane Lockhart
Valerie
Roland Blum
Trump
Jay
Donald Glover’s
Earn
Stephen
Michael Urie
Dev
Maulik Pancholy
Maia
Aaron Tveit
Spencer
Liz
Audra Lorde


Resistance

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New York
Atlanta

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Positivity     46.00%   
   Negativity   54.00%
The New York Times
SOURCE: https://ew.com/recap/the-good-fight-season-3-episode-3/
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Summary

It’s probably the best moment of the episode, which deals with the characters’ gradual moral corruption.An anti-Trump women’s resistance group, which is led by a woman named Valerie, recruits Diane to join their cause. While there’s still a sense of righteousness when Diane says it here, her actions in the episode clearly show that it no longer matters how you fight. That season ended with Donald Glover’s character Earn, who spent the entire season losing, finally stepping up and doing whatever it took to win,  (read: planting a gun on a rival as they went through airport security to avoid getting arrested himself), his conscience or soul be damned.Similarly, The Good Fight’s first two seasons were very much about Diane and her fellow liberals dealing with this immense sense of loss in the wake of Trump’s victory. As the episode ends — and as Blum sings “I’ll Be There,” reminding us that his effect on the world will last even after he’s left — the cops arrest Maia.Although it doesn’t feel like the actual episode passes judgment on Diane or Maia’s actions in the episode, you do get the sense the show is at least wary of both of them taking pages out of Blum’s playbook.

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