The Good Wife: Season 3, Episode 7

Executive Order 13224 (6 Nov. 2011)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Crime, Drama, Mystery
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Alicia gets put in a delicate situation after the firm defends an American citizen accused of being a terrorist, while the DA's office begins a RICO investigation against Will Gardner.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eli Gold (credit only)
Judge Hal Ferris
Spencer Zschau
Danny Marwat (as Waleed F. Zuaiter)


Diane Lockhart and Alicia find themselves in the murky world of post-9/11 law when the firm takes on the case of an American citizen who claims to have been imprisoned and tortured by the U.S. military in Afghanistan. The government is refusing to turn over classified material and when they finally get a court order on the subject are inundated with redacted material. New associate Cailtin finds a clue in the redacted material. At the State's Attorney's office, Cary Agos digs up some old dirt on Will from when he worked in Baltimore and they decide to use it to pressure Will to give them information on gangster Lamond Bishop. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery





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Good Wife-Good & Muddled ***
8 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Speaking of irony, the trial with the accused terrorist suing the American government is a perfect example of that. By the middle of the action, both the defense and prosecuting side took opposite actions from the beginning. That in itself was quite amazing.

The Attorney General going after Will reluctantly? Come on now. He has an inkling of what's going on between his estranged wife Alicia and Mr. Gardner. Now, we're hearing of Will's past as a gambler? This becomes more intriguing each week.

You know that Cary would love to go after Will as well. Remember, Lockhart-Gardner fired Cary first season back.

All of a sudden the Florrick daughter got religion?

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