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Invitation to an Inquest 

Will and Alicia clash with an insurance company lawyer at a coroner's inquest after a judge's death, Zack's new Muslim girlfriend could cause problems with Peter's campaign, and Cary brings in a big client with his father's help.

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Alicia and Will represents her friend Janie Ludwig when her husband, Illinois Supreme Court Justice Roger Ludwig, is killed in a car accident. The insurance company is refusing to pay out on his $2 million insurance policy arguing negligence as he was talking on his cellphone at the time of the accident. When the lawyers start scoring points, the insurance company representative suggests that the judge may have committed suicide. Kalinda and Robyn get evidence he may have been forced off the road - meaning he was murdered. Cary meanwhile is pleased when a major pharmaceutical firm hires Lockhart Gardner giving him all of the credit. He's happy to get the credit but somewhat taken aback when he learns his father had something to do with it. Peter Florrick win the Democratic primary for Governor but Eli and Jordan become aware of a problem - with the parents of Zack's girlfriend Nisa. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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17 March 2013 (USA)  »

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Inquest: ***1/2
18 March 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, at least I learned that an inquest involves determining the cause of demise.

Politics, politics. Pete Florrick wins the Democratic nomination for governor of Illinois, and immediately there are pictures of his son's girlfriend, the latter's family having ties with Al-Qaeda terrorists. Something has to give. Zach, the son, breaks up with the girl claiming that she was moving too fast. Who knows?

Interesting about the firm getting that contract only to soon discover that Cary's father made sure of it. Then, of course, the company changes its mind. Cary had a good part in this episode, and he was sarcastic and sneaky looking as possible. Nevertheless, there is that sadness in him that he is unable to maintain a healthy relationship with his estranged father.


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