'The Good Wife': Was Jarvis Bowes the best Case of the Week yet?


After last week's Kalinda-Peter bombshell, what did "The Good Wife" have in store? An incredibly interesting Case of the Week, that's what.Case of the WeekJarvis Bowes, a rapist and murderer who was found not guilty by reason of insanity, has been incarcerated in a mental hospital for 30 years. But he now has a psychiatrist claiming he is all better and he gets released by a judge. The firm takes the case of Rhonda Cerone, the daughter of Bowes' victim Mallory, who wants to stop Bowes from profiting off song lyrics he wrote describing the crime, which is .... gross. How is that even .... ugh, nevermind. Of course a rapist and murderer would write a song and it would soar up the charts. Of course that would happen nowadays.They argue intentional infliction of emotional distress (because they can't argue "being a disgusting human being") and Will says the opposition will argue either 1st Amendment...



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