How can a good lawyer stay good when there's so much inventive to be bad? It's a real problem for Lockhart-Gardner folks these days, what with all the "strippers and acquisitions" parties going down within garter-snapping distance of Will.
Everyone's finding it harder to do the right thing. Alicia's still taking on pro bono cases, defending Travis Dolan, who's wrongly accused of robbing a convenience store and killing the clerk, but it's starting to hurt the firm financially. Diane feels like she's being forced to take on more bankruptcy cases and part ways with legal aid, just so that she doesn't have to "dance to the tune of Eli Gold." And Will shrugs off a shot at a baseball commissioner job because, as he puts it, "not everyone can pursue their dreams. Someone has to work." Read More...http://tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/good-wife-recap-season-3-episode-4/