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Death of a Client 

Peter has an important white-tie dinner, but Alicia is called away when a client is murdered, and the investigation suggests that her family may also be in danger. Meanwhile, Diane gets a job offer from Peter if he wins the election.

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Cary Agos
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Kalinda Sharma
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Zach Florrick
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Grace Florrick
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Eli Gold
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Will Gardner
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Diane Lockhart
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Peter Florrick
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Veronica Loy
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Laura Hellinger
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Cardinal James
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Matthew Ashbaugh
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Everyone is at Chicago's Shamrock Dinner hoping to get Cardinal James' endorsement for Governor. Alicia is informed by the police that one of her clients, Matthew Ashbough, was just murdered. She was representing him in 18 lawsuits he had initiated and as such had a long list of people who might like to see him dead. The man had his own peculiarities but she quite liked him. The police want details of the cases but Alicia is bound by attorney-client privilege. It all takes on a different tone when the police tell her they've found the killer's car with Alicia's home address programmed in the GPS. Meanwhile, Diane Lockhart is bowled over when Peter Florrick offers her a vacant seat on State Supreme Court. He can't name her until he's elected but she has to have an answer for him within a few hours. At home, Grace learns something interesting from her grandmother. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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24 March 2013 (USA)  »

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The list Alicia supplies of possible killers includes Steve Jobs and the Zodiac killer. See more »

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Air (from Orchestral Suite No.3 in D major) (adapted and arranged for solo piano)
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