Alicia and Will return to military court and again have to face military Judge Col. Leora Kuhn. This time, they are defending Sgt. Regina Elkins who is charged with disobeying orders and launching a missile attack in Afghanistan that resulted in the deaths of 12 people. Back at the office, Eli is leading the Congressional lobbying effort on behalf of the dairy industry which is not too pleased with the new food guidelines. He may have met his match however in lobbyist Stacie Hall who represents other interests. Will Gardner meanwhile learns that SA Peter Florrick has appointed Wendy Scott-Carr as a Special Prosecutor to look into his possible involvement in judicial corruption. Written by
Did You Know?
The words "whiskey," "tango," and "foxtrot" stand for the letters W, T, and F in the international NATO Phonetic Alphabet, a military and law-enforcement system for clearly spelling out words and phrases during radio and other audio transmissions. See more
In the closing scene, as Judge Kuhn stops in front of Alicia, she's sitting with her legs crossed, then legs parallel, then crossed again, in 3 consecutive scenes within a few seconds. See more
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