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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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