The Good Wife: Season 2, Episode 11

Two Courts (18 Jan. 2011)

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A basketball grudge between Will and a judge could cost Will's client a shot at a fair trial, a new consultant threatens Eli Gold's control over Peter's campaign, and the power plays within the firm become complex and nasty.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Adam Boras
Mr. Medina
Judge Edward Weldon
Vincent Kuney


Will and Alicia are defending a man accused of having murdered his father after he threatened to cut the young man out of his will. Will knows the judge quite well but an incident on the basketball court leads him to believe that the judge is out to get even from the bench. At the client's request, the firm hires a jury specialist who supposedly can tell if the lawyers are getting the defense's message across. Kalinda thinks it's all a lot of bunk. She also reacts badly when Blake tells her that he is now her supervisor. Alicia goes ballistic as well when she learns Blake has been doing a background check on her. The internecine warfare at Lockhart Gardner & Bond continues when Will confronts Diane over her imminent departure, even threatening to hire guards to keep her out of her office. Will reassesses his position when he begins to suspect Derrick Bond of having his own hidden agenda. At Peter Florrick's campaign headquarters meanwhile, Eli Gold has his own problems - in the form ... Written by garykmcd

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Never Underestimate the Jury ***1/2
19 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Imagine hiring a jury consultant who has the ability to literally pick the minds of the jurors. Fascinating that with all he brings to the table, the ending verdict is mostly surprising to all.

Chris Noth appears in this one as he works at his campaign. The woman playing his mother comes off as simple, but she is as clever as they come.

As far as our weekly trial drama goes, the judge is asked to recuse himself from a case. I just love that when all the guys are not in court, they're on the basketball court.

Diane and the Josh Charles character seem to have reached some rapprochement, but you never know. Cary was somewhat more subdued after his terrific performance in the last episode. His character has built some chip on his shoulder since leaving Lockhart-Gardner.

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