'The Good Wife': Aaron Sorkin skewered, Blake and Kalinda burn the place down


In this week's episode of "The Good Wife," Will and Alicia get a step closer to the voice mail resolution, "Social Network" screenwriter Aaron Sorkin is the subject of a thinly-veiled commentary and Blake and Kalinda nearly set my TV ablaze.Case of the WeekAttorney Viola Walsh (Tom Hanks' wife Rita Wilson) has passed off a case to Diane and it's none other than Patrick Edelstein, the founder of "Sleuthway.com," which is the not-even-thinly-veiled ripped-from-the-headlines case about Zuckerberg and Facebook. Edelstein is suing over a movie being made about his rise to fame/power/money in a defamation suit, though the lawyer in me is wondering why he (and Zuckerberg) aren't going after Right of Publicity. Lockhart & Gardner will be in charge for a week while Viola is forum-shopping, as Illinois is friendlier for defamation suits. The attorney for the movie studio is Burl Preston, the wonderful Oscar-winning F. Murray Abraham (have you seen "Amadeus"? If not,...



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