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On the first "Good Wife" episode back from hiatus, Cary is the sneakiest sneak who ever sneaked (snuck?) and we love it. Also -- we knew Leelee Sobieski rocked and this just reaffirms it.
Case of the Week
Jonathan Murphy, son of a big client in the Murphy-Gomez case, got picked up for prescription stimulants. And so did his girlfriend of six months, Alexis, who can't afford a lawyer. Cary is the Asa assigned to it and he needs an ID of the drug dealer (who killed a pharmacist and is a lieutenant of recurring drug kingpin Lamont Bishop) and he'll cut a deal.
But it turns out there's no dealer, it's all a ploy to get Jonathan and Alexis to talk because they're actually the suspects in the pharmacist's murder. That sneaky Cary and the Da's office.
Speaking of sneaky Cary, the couple ID'd one of Lamont's crew ... who is already dead. »
Things are heating up on the January 11 new episode of The Good Wife. Diane reveals to Alicia that she might want split up the firm and this puts Alicia in a very awkward position considering her history with Will. Leelee Sobieski will also be making a guest appearance as the girlfriend of one of Lockhart/Gardner's clients, who is accused of murder along with her boyfriend. Below is a synopsis, promo and photos for the episode.
Alicia's Law Firm Attempts To Turn A Client's Son Against His Girlfriend When They Are Both Accused Of Murder, On "The Good Wife," Tuesday, Jan. 11
Leelee Sobieski Guest Stars as Alexis, the Girlfriend of the Client's Son
"Breaking Up" - Alicia and her colleagues face a moral dilemma when they must try to turn a client's son against his girlfriend, after both are accused of murder. Meanwhile, Diane asks Alicia to make a tough decision regarding the company's split, »
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