'The Good Wife' Star Josh Charles Promises the Season 2 Finale 'Will Get People Talking'

Friendships and relationships have come and gone on 'The Good Wife,' but one thing has remained the same over the last two seasons: Will and Alicia's unresolved feelings.

Their sexual tension is felt by millions on a weekly basis -- and it could all come to a head in the Season 2 finale (Tues., May 17, 10PM ET on CBS), series star Josh Charles told AOL TV.

In the episode, Lockhart/Gardner represents a man on trial for murdering a judge. The case is Glenn Childs' (Titus Welliver) final case as State's Attorney, and he's going out with a bang.

But that's not all that goes down -- Charles, who plays attorney Will Gardner (and one half of the star-crossed lovers opposite Julianna Margulies), says there will be some big changes. Warning! Minor spoilers ahead.



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May 17, 2011 9:04AM EDT

Will and Alicia ! Juhu :) I always wanted them together but in the way you want to fly to the moon. You know that's not gonna happen. Never thought she'd separate from Peter. But well she did and it seems now as if Peter & Carry were going to do some kind of mean plotting against Alicia. Perhaps it's just me but I think the writers are going to make Peter the bad guy.

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May 17, 2011 6:13PM EDT

Dont you think he already is the bad guy? He slept with alot of other woman and has never discussed this openly with Alicia. He justifies this by saying 'it was one night' (sleeping with Kalinda) but I think this is just to assuage his own guilt.

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