Alicia and Cary go head-to-head with Will and Diane representing a client identified as a terrorist on a social website, Will hires a shady mob lawyer for his firm, and Jackie tries to block a Supreme Court nominee.

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Will goes out on a limb and unilaterally hires a new partner with a dubious past. Meanwhile the firm scrambles to recover clients lost to fledgling offshoot Florrick Agos while their new associate descends to school yard pranks. Alicia and Carrie do their best to defend a client against Internet defamation. Jackie asserts her authority as the Governor's mom and Alicia has a new admirer. Written by KC

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Good, satisfying episode
25 November 2013 | by (El Salvador) – See all my reviews

This episode was good. Not as great as the ones we've been watching but at least we're not suffering a Kalinda's husband-like plot…yet.

It was great to see old faces around. I like that this show is keen to resurrect good actors. It was a pleasant surprise to see that Mary Stuart Masterson looks incredible and Jason O'Mara is good in this kind of roles but I'm a little bit concerned because (a) We have seen this shady kind of guy in "The Good wife" before and it wasn't that fun in the long run; and (b) I have nothing against O'Mara's performance but I already saw him playing Bill Croelick on "The Closer".

Having Mary Beth Peil as Jackie Florrick is always a delight. Almost all the time is just to play the mother we love to hate, but on this episode it was strangely good and entertaining plotting against a former rival and understanding her point of view. I'm glad she handled things personally instead of putting her son's career in risk (again).


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