The Good Wife came roaring back last night with another plot-packed hour. The courtroom case involved a settlement for the death of a newspaper editor who died in an explosion supposedly set by a militant group protesting the paper's publication of a cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad. Obviously this episode was filmed well before the recent, controversial South Park episodes. The Good Wife dealt with the subject in a way that was both imaginative (the cartoonist proved to be a 15 year-old boy named Tariq, from a Middle Eastern family, who wanted, he said, to provoke 'the fundies' 'i.e., the fundamentalists) and realistic (one side presented into evidence a picture of artist Andres Serrano's notorious 1987 work 'Piss Christ' as an example of religious imagery that might offend another religion).
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