The Good Wife Promo & Photos: Jason Biggs Guest Stars

The Good Wife returned from its midseason hiatus this weekend with a rather interesting case of the week.  A husband decided to sue Lockhart/Gardner for alienation of affection.  He insisted that David Lee drove him and his wife to a divorce so that the firm could profit from the sale of assets.

The firm's equity partners (including Eli) didn't want to pay for David's mistakes in the event that they lost the lawsuit.  Later, Kalinda realized that a simple mistake by Alicia could have severely damaged their case.  With the missing document later found, Alicia couldn't be certain that David didn't fabricate the document so they could get the case dismissed. Read More...


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Jan 16, 2012 10:20AM EST

This was a terrific episode. It spoke to the compromising of personal ethics. Alicia is not at all sure that the paper that shows us was the one she originally signed and she sees it is possible that she was duped in to signing a copy without her knowledge. But, she says nothing and lets the situation come a conclusion that benefits the firm.

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