The Good Wife's Finn Polmar, as played by handsome British actor Matthew Goode, is everything. He has a past that hints at its fair share of pain (divorce, sibling death), survived a courthouse shooting, and (SPOILER FOR SEASON 5) cradled Will as he lay dying. Best of all, he has this connection with Alicia (Julianna Margulies), and it's safe to say she's feeling it too. Hallelujah!
In Finn, we have what might be the perfect man: handsome, sensitive, thoughtful, and kind, at ease with himself and in possession of a casual confidence. Also: an absolute corker of a smile. He's the kind of guy who would help you move house, or sit with you for hours at A&E. Honestly, it's enough to make you fling your bra at the screen.
He's already so good at making us (and Alicia) feel great, it seems like he'd be good at a lot of other stuff too. Here are some things I bet Finn Polmar is really good at.
I bet Finn Polmar...
...understands the importance of shea butter to your haircare regimen.
...plays drums (he did all through high school), and when you have a daughter, he'll teach her.
...brings (homemade) chicken soup when you have the flu, and cues up Frasier episodes on Netflix to cheer you up.
...makes you a breakfast of all your favourite things on your birthday, plus a superb back rub.
...laughs at all the same bits in movies as you do.
...wakes you up for that 5am run you need to do to prepare for that half-marathon you're doing in four months' time.
...hands over the Guardian Weekend magazine as soon as he buys the newspaper because he knows it's your favourite section.
...reads your short story and offers constructive criticism (even though in this case, he insists, it's perfect).
This is him giving you feedback.