'The Good Wife': Michael J. Fox's Louis Canning makes Alicia a serious offer

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The latest episode of "The Good Wife" was the epitome of what we like about this show - sharp writing, strong case of the week, some personal shenanigans (Diane, we're looking at you) and outstanding guest stars. Case of the WeekThe COTW is a rather fascinating piece of litigation regarding a snowmobile accident, a head injury and a faux-National Hockey League. The plaintiff becomes the faux-NHL (APHL) when Lockhart/Gardner wants a settlement for a snowmobile accident that killed the wife of Duvernay, a former player, who was not properly diagnosed and treated for a head injury.Michael J. Fox is back as the attorney for the APHL and Frank Michael Thomas is back as the attorney for a class-action suit against the APHL waiting in the wings. L/G's whole argument is that not only does hockey not properly treat or diagnose head injuries, they encourage fighting and the fans' interest in it. Suddenly at the 11th...


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