'The Good Wife': Michael J. Fox makes a triumphant return

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Any time Michael J. Fox comes back to "The Good Wife," we are excited. Especially when it doesn't involve that rat video. In the case of the week, Alicia and Caitlin are facing off with Louis Canning and Martha, the girl who was going to be hired by Lockhart/Gardner before David Lee got Caitlin hired. They are arbitrating a wrongful termination suit brought by a religious, politically conservative woman who taught English at what is implied to be a very liberal college. It doesn't go Lockhart/Gardner's way, but the pivotal piece of evidence was obtained by Canning from Alicia's bag - right after he was sort of helping her look for her missing daughter. The Grace thing was interesting. We thought from the previews it was going to be the entire episode's focus. But it was more like Act III and it was resolved really quickly, which is fine. Because this isn't "24." But Alicia...


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