'The Good Wife's' Archie Panjabi: 'It does get dirty' going forward

The episode title "Hitting the Fan" was certainly apropos for "The Good Wife's" most recent episode, as Alicia and Cary successfully departed Lockhart & Gardner to form their own firm, Florrick, Agos & Associates. It was not without obstacles, as Will went ballistic upon feeling so betrayed and tried to keep the departing fourth-years and Alicia from getting any files or any clients. It got so dirty that Peter even got involved, making some ethically-questionable calls from the governor's office. Executive producer Robert King says that Peter's actions should definitely be worrying, but that there's no looking back now."[The show] doesn't go back to normal at all. I think what's so exciting about what cable TV does is rules be d***ed," says King. "Network TV for so long has tried to sustain the status quo. ... You watch what 'Breaking Bad' does, it's never about being comfortable."What we really wanted was a warrior princess Alicia....



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