The firm takes on a test case which could lead to a class-action suit against a pharmaceutical company, a dirty trick against Wendy Scott-Carr backfires for Florrick and Childs' campaigns, and Blake and Kalinda step up their rivalry.

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Lockhart/Gardiner & Bond are looking to launch a test case as a precursor to a class action suit against MRG Pharmaceuticals. Several people have reported violence after taking a anti-depressant they've developed. They've chosen their case carefully but the opposing counsel, Louis Canning, is adept at using his own physical disability to sway the jury to his side. The suit is important to the financially challenged firm and Will gets Blake Calamar to find evidence against a psychiatrist that has given potentially devastating testimony against them. Kalinda and Blake meanwhile are still going at each other and he's now suggesting that he's aware of her sexual preferences. On the campaign trail, Eli Gold is trying to figure out how to mount an effective campaign against the new entrant in the race, Wendy Scott-Carr. She seems squeaky clean but Eli tricks his counterpart in the Childs campaign into using potentially damaging information against her. Written by garykmcd

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Episode and New Character are Weird and in Really Poor Taste
25 November 2016 | by (California) – See all my reviews

First let me preface this by saying how enjoyable watching The Good Wife has been... up until this point. Friends who watch this show together with us are also ALL in agreement. Bringing Michael J. Fox in like this is weird--really weird--and in really poor taste. This is so much so that we can't even watch an episode with this 'character' in it.

Hopefully, whoever's idea it was to bring this character into being has since been let go or has taken up their previous occupation and, hopefully, they won't be looked to for any additional such brilliant ideas.

Impolitically correct? Don't really know and also don't really care, just believe that keeping it real in the feedback is better than feigning any political correctness.


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