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On the SBS Good Fight podcast, Dan and Sarah examine this week's episode of The Good Fight with its discussion of power abuse in the shadow of the #metoo movement. With the episode featuring a very deliberate homage to Hill Street Blues, they also discuss the influence of that show's producer Steven Bochco on The Good Fight following his death earlier this week.

By
Dan Barrett
Presented by
Dan Barrett, Sarah Malik
Published on
Wednesday, April 4, 2018 - 21:40
Duration
35 min 33 sec

It's a long night in Chicago this week on The Good Fight with Maia and Luca joining the police on some ride-alongs where they encounter intoxicated friends, street violence, and a lackadaisical duck. Meanwhile across town Adrian and Diane are representing a TV network who are looking for legal justification to run with a metoo story about a popular actor. By the end of the night truths are revealed, perceptions altered, and past behaviours examined.

On the SBS Good Fight podcast, Dan and Sarah examine this week's episode of The Good Fight with its discussion of power abuse in the shadow of the #metoo movement. With the episode featuring a very deliberate homage to Hill Street Blues, they also discuss the influence of that show's producer Steven Bochco on The Good Fight following his death earlier this week.

 

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