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Between now and June 28, the deadline for Emmy voters to return nomination ballots, EW.com is running a series called Emmy Watch, featuring highlight clips and interviews with actors, producers, and writers whom EW TV critic Ken Tucker has on his wish list for the nominations announcement on July 19.
In each of its first two seasons, CBS’ The Good Wife earned an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Drama Series. Last year, it was the only network show in the category and produced at least 10 episodes more than each of its competitors. Should the length of a season be something Emmy voters take into account? »
- Mandi Bierly
Matthew Perry is joining the ever growing and impressive list of guest stars that appear on The Good Wife and this will be the first of several appearances. Perry is playing Mike Kresteva, the chairman of a blue ribbon panel that Alicia (Julianna Margulies) has been assigned to, a panel that is investigating an Internal Affairs matter relating to a police shooting. Elsewhere on tonight's episode Kalinda (Archie Pajabi) is continuing to have issues with the IRS that will see a face from her past return and the fight for more power between the equity partners at Lockhart Gardner rages on.
As with all things politically and law related in The Good Wife the two are entwined, so there are a couple of other members of the blue ribbon panel that will be familiar »
- emma fraser
The Case of the Week on "The Good Wife" was incredibly interesting, but also - did Kalinda throw Will under the bus to save Alicia?
Case of the Week
Dylan Stack is a man being prosecuted by the U.S. Treasury Department. They want the identity of his client, a person who invented an online currency called Bitcoin because inventing your own currency is illegal. Stack claims attorney-client privilege in not having to reveal his client's identity, so the Treasury Department starts claiming Stack is Mr. Bitcoin.
Kalinda is front and center, as she goes hunting for Mr. Bitcoin herself and is able to demonstrate that the Treasury guys don't actually think Stack is Bitcoin because they are tailing her in the hopes of finding the real identity. It's pretty slick.
And in the end, Kalinda reveals to Stack (and us) that she knows he's behind Bitcoin along with two other cryptographers. »
3 items from 2012
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