The Good Wife: Season 3, Episode 16

After the Fall (4 Mar. 2012)

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While Alicia takes a case involving a suicide captured on video, three Lockhart Gardner employees try to capitalize on Will's absence. Meanwhile, Peter may have to compromise his ethics to get an important keynote address.

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While power grabs are being made at the firm, Alicia and Caitlin square off against old foe Nancy Crozier. Meanwhile, Peter discovers the price of taking the moral high road. Written by CBS Publicity

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Xerxes: Ombra Mai Fu Largo
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3.16 is **** All the Way
5 March 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Terrific episode highlighting office and government politics. Nice guest appearance by Democratic consultant Donna Brazile, who proves that she has a flare for acting in 2 scenes. Seems as though Peter Florrick wants to give the Keynote Address at the upcoming Democratic Convention this summer. His main thrust will include giving a person a second chance; he is certainly an expert in that area. Brazile hesitates because of his marriage situation. Having someone put in a good word for him will necessitate giving that person a political job and Peter is conflicted.

An interesting case in court where Alicia defends a film-maker being sued by the family of a girl they claim killed herself and he did nothing, except film the tragedy.

If that isn't enough, Will grapples with the 6 month suspension while his 2 overbearing sisters visit. Office politics consists of some heavies at the office trying to take Will's place.

The show is well-paced and a pleasure to watch.


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