The Good Wife Season 3 Spoilers: Will & Alicia Getting Together?

The Good Wife‘s Josh Charles: Will Has a “Deep Love” for Alicia

Julianna Margulies and Josh Charles

It’s been a busy — and heart-wrenching — couple of weeks on The Good Wife.

Moments after becoming Mrs. State’s Attorney, Alicia (Julianna Margulies) learned about Peter’s one-night-stand with Kalinda (err, Leila) and kicked him out. Last week, she drew enemy lines against Kalinda (Archie Panjabi) after two years of friendship. In the midst of the blow-ups, the tears and the divorce talk, has a chance for Alicia and Will (Josh Charles) to be together finally emerged?

“The nature of what’s transpired with Alicia and Peter, Alicia and Kalinda — these things push Alicia and Will closer together as friends,” Charles tells TVGuide.com. “I think — at its core — there is a deep love that Will has for her and I think he cares about her.

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“Whether that means they should be together or not is sort of irrelevant to the fact that I do think that that feeling is very real and true.”

After 15 years and their infamous issue of bad timing, it looks like Alicia will at least consider reuniting with her law school love. But it won’t be so easy. Yes, they shared a passionate kiss last season and had discussions about trying to make something work. However, when Alicia challenged Will to “show me the plan,” she never received his second voicemail, and Alicia tried to make things work with Peter.

The Good Wife: Will Alicia ever forgive Kalinda? Archie Panjabi isn’t ruling anything out

Now that her bad husband is definitely out of the apartment — and out of the picture — can Will finally show her the plan? “While some of the obstacles float away, such as her and Peter moving towards a separation, at the same time, that baggage that Alicia had expressed at the end of last season is still there. She may be right about a lot of that,” Charles says. “That doesn’t change the feelings, it just complicates them more. How that happens and how that will work out remains to be seen with what our writers want to do.”

The other big question is whether Will is really the best match for Alicia. It’s been years since they went to Georgetown together and now Alicia is a working mother of two teenagers and much, if not all, of Will’s life is devoted to his work. And then there are those references to Will’s checkered past (courtesy of Blake, natch): namely, secrets from his old law firm in Baltimore.

Although these revelations have surprised, and maybe frustrated, some fans, Charles appreciates that Will is “not just some white-knight alternative” to Peter.

The Good Wife: Alicia’s bad timing strikes again

“I’ll see fans and they’ll say stuff: ‘Hey, are you a good guy or a bad guy?’ ‘Hey, you’re really shady in that one,'” he says. “The reality, to me, is he’s not really interested in the morality of things as much as people want him to be. … We’re invested in him and possibly Alicia. How she feels about him affects us as an audience.”

Whether they want them or not, Charles says fans will begin to get answers about Will next season. “We’ve learned some, but we haven’t really learned a lot. We’ve been told a lot of things by a lot of different people that have a lot of different agendas,” he says. “I love where this episode leads us, leading into next year. We’ll start to learn more about Will’s backstory and when we do, I think it will be revealing and enlightening about the character.”

Charles says he’s ready for whatever direction the writers go. “Look at what they’ve just done with Alicia and Kalinda; some could say that’s a risky move but I think you take risky moves when you have strength in your own ability to sustain and create material,” he says. “These characters can sustain risky moves, risky moves that don’t feel arbitrary in my opinion. They feel right; they feel connected with what we’ve seen already.”

The Good Wife: Will Alicia Ever Forgive Kalinda? Archie Panjabi Isn’t Ruling Anything Out

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Archie Panjabi

First, she took care of Peter (with help from some very tough packing tape). Then, on Tuesday’s episode of The Good Wife, Alicia (Julianna Margulies) dealt with the other woman, and her former best friend, Kalinda (Archie Panjabi). But will she ever be able to forgive and forget their tryst?

“The predictable thing about The Good Wife is how unpredictable The Good Wife is,” Panjabi tells TVGuide.com, “so I don’t rule anything out.”

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Panjabi says “there were a few tears” on set the day she and Margulies filmed the emotional scene in which Alicia confronted her. It was a moment fans had been anticipating — and dreading — since Blake first dropped the bombshell about her and Peter weeks ago: “You slept with my husband. You do not say anything after that, you do not,” Alicia said to Kalinda before beginning to tear up. “I swear I will scream at the top of my lungs if you don’t get out of my office right now.”

Of course the biggest question is, now that she and Alicia are stuck together, how the two will function in the office. One thing’s for sure: Panjabi says Kalinda won’t continue to explain herself. She’ll take a step back while Alicia cools down. “She knows there is nothing she can say,” Panjabi says.

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Although it’s unclear whether Alicia will ever really forgive her, Panjabi says she has been pleasantly surprised by the fan reaction in spite of the fallout.

“For some reason, people haven’t taken it out against Kalinda. I think they are surprised at what Kalinda’s done, but they don’t seem to be completely furious with her,” Panjabi says. “I think people are sort of let down, but they are not annoyed or angry with her. And if you think about what she’s done, she’s kind of broken up a whole family.”

The Good Wife: Alicia’s bad timing strikes again

On the flip side, Panjabi says Alicia and Kalinda’s separation will allow time for new friendships for both characters. And unlike her rival investigator Blake, Sophia (Kelli Giddish) will be much more of a friendly investigator who will bring out a “new side of Kalinda,” according to Panjabi.

Then there’s Cary (Matt Czuchry). He and Kalinda have always put their work before their personal lives, but Panjabi says that’s about to change. As for anything more between them? The actress isn’t saying, but let’s not forget that kiss from earlier this season.

The Good Wife Season Finale Recap: “Running”

‘The Good Wife’ Season Finale ‘Running’: TV Recap

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Alicia and Ari

In the grand tradition of season finales, we end with a cliffhanger. Will Alicia stay or will she go? We still don’t know. Neither does she.

But the episode is still a standout, with show creators Robert and Michelle King adding depth to their most intriguing characters against the backdrop of a startling legal case.

The cloak and dagger opening—in the garage of the Lockhart, Gardner building—hustles in FBI agent Lana Delaney and a covert couple, cop Jack Arkin and his wife Mindy.

Arkin has hired the firm to help him get immunity and a place in Witness Protection in exchange for ratting out his corrupt drug task force. Snotty as usual, Agent Delaney is reluctant to save him, and is especially miffed that Peter Florrick might benefit from the prosecution of one of Childs’ pet projects. To avoid even the appearance of conflict, she asks Alicia to step out.

Whereupon Alicia gets hit with another nasty swipe when she encounters Giada Cabrini, the provocative law student Will met a couple episodes ago. Giada sizes her up—and isn’t threatened.

Back in the conference room, though, it’s Kalinda who’s getting the biggest jolt, when her sometime boyfriend, Detective Burton, is fingered by Arkin as one of the corrupt cops. By the time she meets him for a drink, it’s with full suspicion.

The Florrick family is enjoying a much needed break, laughing and reminiscing at an Italian restaurant when a pol stops to congratulate Peter. Then the waitress slips him her phone number. “No thanks,” he says, “No dessert.”…  READ FULL RECAP

‘The Good Wife’ season finale recap: ‘Running’

It was couples-night on the season finale of The Good Wife: Not just Alicia and Peter and Alicia and Will, but also Will and law-student Giada, Diane and Gary Cole’s McVeigh, Kalinda and FBI agent Lana, and even Eli Gold and Peter’s mother, who proved to be two peas in a pod, give or take a little veiled antisemitism. How did you react to the Alicia-Will-Peter cliffhanger?

Me, I thought it was just dandy. I don’t mind being teased into next season, not after all the rich conversation we were given leading up to the hour’s final moments. Will had a few gulps of wine to give him the courage to call Alicia at the very moment she was to go onstage and play the Good Wife beside newly-announced States Attorney candidate Peter Florrick. That call yielded Alicia-style eloquence that was thoroughly believable, even under her stressed circumstance.

“Show me the plan,” she said bluntly. Will was caught off-guard. A romantic single guy, he was hoping the allure of sweet talk and nostalgia for What Never Was But Might Still Be would prove sufficient to persuade Alicia to come a-runnin’. But Alicia has learned: “Poetry is easy; it’s the parent-teacher conferences that are hard.” In other words, put up or shut up, buddy; I’m in the midst of a life here, and I’m open to suggestions, but you’ve got to be serious with me. This is the kind of thing that lifts The Good Wife into another level of domestic drama; you just don’t see adults grappling with such a familiar nighttime-soap topic with the sort of terse realism that somehow makes the entire scenario seem even more romantic.

Well, let’s get down to business. You don’t book Amy Acker for a guest spot and not expect her to prove to be significant to the plot. Sure enough, the former Dollhouse/Angel co-star played the wife of a cop, clients of Lockhart, Gardner. Her husband was killed while in the process of exposing police corruption. The case managed to get Kalinda to do some investigative work with the FBI agent, leggy Lana, and their investigations included examining each other’s eyes closely, in an amorous manner. When episode director James Whitemore, Jr., and a Good Wife camera shot contrived to hide what we presumed was a kiss between them, the coyness was punctuated by a very funny-in-context line from Will, who called Kalinda soon after and said, “You sound like you’ve been running.”

Did I think The Good Wife would wait until next season before having Cary, who only last week joined the States Attorney’s office, go toe-to-toe with Alicia? Foolishly, I did. Happily, the producers plunged right in, with a crackling deposition scene in which Matt Czuchry was so intelligently oily, I thought for a moment Logan Huntzberger had reinhabited his body and he was looking around for a Rory Gilmore to seduce.

And the characters just kept on coming. Squeezing Gary Cole’s gun expert McVeigh back in to provide antagonistic testimony only to be met with equal antagonism by Diane ended up turning the pair on. Having Alicia’s mother-in-law Jackie pay a visit to Pastor Isaiah and tell him to back off from her son with all this God-talk was hard to beat… and then it was beaten, by the scene between Jackie and Eli (“Mr. Golden, is it?”), in which the two sparring partners (the WASP-ish matriarch, the Jewish wiseguy) realized they had to unite to get Peter to announce his candidacy quickly.

But in all this, let’s not short-change the stars. Chris Noth moved through the episode like a sleek shark. It may have looked as though his conscience was making him waver, but his killer smile and his killer instincts made sure he kept moving toward his political goal. Still, his Peter also mingled ambition with sincerity when he told Alicia, “I want to be a great [state’s attorney] and I can’t be without you.”

And Julianna Margulies’ Alicia was pulled in every direction while maintaining her mask of composure (except when sharing beer and pizza with Will — who could not giggle at the charms of pizza and Will? ). The Good Wife reminded us of Alicia’s high standards when she was repelled by the outcome of the legal case: client Amy Acker proved to be a villain, but still walked away with a half-mill settlement, thanks to Will and Diane. “At what point is our job wrong?” Alicia asked them, and yet the character never comes off as priggish or naive.

And for viewers, the bigger, unstated dramatic question — “At what point is our flirting wrong?” — remained the rapidly-beating heart of The Good Wife. Our hearts will be with it until the show returns next season.

The Good Wife Season 1 Finale Spoilers: Will Alicia Choose Peter or Will? Season 2 Spoilers!

Question: With Cary being fired on The Good Wife, are we going to see Matt Czuchry back as a series regular in season 2?

Ausiello: Yes. In fact, don’t be surprised if Czuchry’s role gets expanded next season now that he has gone to work for the enemy (a.k.a. Glenn Childs). As Czuchry reveals, Cary’s new role will allow producers to open up the show in season 2. “We’ll be able to show more of the other side, the prosecution side, which we haven’t seen that much of. It’s a great way of seeing a different perspective, as opposed to just looking at the cases through Stern Lockhart.” Next Tuesday’s season finale will give viewers a taste of what’s to come when Cary goes toe-to-toe against the firm, taking on not only Alicia but Will and Diane as well. “It’s a great set-up for next season,” says Czuchry. “It’s going to up the competition. And [taking a job with Glenn] it’s such a direct F-U to Alicia.”

Question: Any season finale scoop on Will and Alicia from The Good Wife?

Ausiello: Just as Alicia decides to try and make things work with Peter, Will tells her he wants to make a go of a relationship. Go figure.

The Good Wife – Episode 1.23 – Running – Promo

The Good Wife: Will Alicia Choose Peter or Will?

by Kate Stanhope

Source: TV Guide

The Good Wife

Her husband is out of prison, but Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies) hardly has reason to celebrate. On the season finale of The Good Wife, airing Tuesday at 10/9c on CBS, Alicia must decide whether to stand by her husband Peter (Chris Noth) as he prepares to re-enter the political arena after a sex scandal.

“With Peter’s exoneration, the question will turn toward whether politics makes him that way or whether there’s something in him himself,” series co-creator and executive producer Robert King tells TVGuide.com. “With him possibly wanting to run again, Alicia faces the idea of, ‘Even if I do forgive my husband, does that mean that he will always make these same mistakes?'”

The Good Wife’s Josh Charles: Will and Alicia’s bond goes beyond friendship

Alicia also has to figure out if her heart lies with someone else: her old law school friend and boss Will (Josh Charles). Since their passionate kiss earlier this season, however, Will has met someone else: law student Giada Cabrini (Karen Olivo). “As they’ve said, they have bad timing,” King says.

“We don’t want to be so simplistic as to say [Giada] is wrong for him, she’s kind of right for him. So the question is, will he move down this route of more commitment with another woman?”

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Even if Will chooses Alicia over Giada, Alicia will have to confront new questions about Will and how different he really is (or isn’t) from Peter and her past. “Even though he’s her boss, does he cut too many ethical corners? Is he some version of her husband?” King says. “It makes her wonder about her own character. Is she always drawn toward the bad boys?”

Although the charges against Peter have been dropped, another factor in the equation is the mounting FBI investigation against Peter and rival Glenn Childs (Titus Welliver). Even worse, Kalinda (Archie Panjabi), Alicia’s co-worker and confidant, may decide to testify against both men (she used to work in the state’s attorney’s office, remember), thanks to increasing pressure from FBI agent Lana Delaney (Jill Flint).

How far will The Good Wife go to save her job?

“There will always be that tension that Glenn Childs has something on [Kalinda], but there’s also this tension now with the federal investigation. … We always find Kalinda is best when she’s caught in between,” King says. “She is someone who is more of a mercenary, she’s not committed to one side or another and so people are always pulling at her. And it’s not just career, it’s also sexually. So we’ll see a lot of push and pull regarding her sexual commitment.”

King and his co-executive producer, Michelle King, who are married, promise a definitive answer regarding Kalinda’s sexuality, a burning question among fans all season. But Robert King warns that, “like any answer, it kind of leads on to the next question.”

As for Alicia, her decision could come down to a third option: none of the above. “So much of the show announces itself as this love triangle, when in fact, maybe the best thing for Alicia altogether is to say, ‘Screw this,'” King says. “Part of her rebuilding her personality and her self-worth is this idea that she doesn’t need somebody else. That is one of the questions of this season and next season.”

The Good Wife Season Finale Spoilers: Alicia gets the Position? Death!

Is it true that on The Good Wife, both Cary and Alicia are losing their jobs?
MICKEY: I’m hearing about a pink slip — singular. But the still-employed attorney should still watch out for the dearly departed. He or she won’t go quietly. Source : TVGuide

The Good Wife – Episode 1.23 – Running – Press Release

ALICIA MUST DECIDE IF SHE’LL STAND BY PETER OR PURSUE WILL, ON THE FIRST SEASON FINALE OF “THE GOOD WIFE,” TUESDAY, MAY 25

“Running” – At Eli Gold’s urging, Alicia must decide if she’ll stand by her man during Peter’s new political campaign, or if she’ll pursue a relationship with Will instead, on the first season finale of THE GOOD WIFE, Tuesday, May 25 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

SERIES REGULARS:

Alicia Florrick…………………. Julianna Margulies
Diane Lockhart……………….. Christine Baranski
Will Gardner………………………….. Josh Charles
Kalinda Sharma……………………. Archie Panjabi
Cary Agos……………………………. Matt Czuchry
Grace Florrick……………………. Makenzie Vega
Zach Florrick……………………… Graham Phillips

RECURRING:

Peter Florrick…………………………… Chris Noth
Eli Gold………………………………. Alan Cumming
Jackie Florrick…………………….. Mary Beth Peil
Glenn Childs…………………………. Titus Welliver

GUEST CAST:

Kurt McVeigh…………………………… Gary Cole
Lana Delaney………………………………… Jill Flint
Detective Burton……………….. James Carpinello
Pastor Isaiah Easton……….. Gbenga Akinnagbe
Giada Cabrini…………………………. Karen Olivo
Mindy Arkin……………………………. Amy Acker
Jack Arkin……………………………. Sean Meehan
Hunter…………………………………. Wass Stevens
Foley………………………………………… PJ Sosko
Raymond Orozco………………… Daniel Oreskes
Heather……………………………… Cherise Boothe
Security Guard………………………….. Bob Jesser
Reporter…………………………………. Stacey Yen
Spanish Waiter……………. Juan Javier Cardenas
Waitress………………………………….. Esme Allen

WRITTEN BY: Robert and Michelle King, creators and two of the executive producers

DIRECTED BY: James Whitmore Jr.

RATING: To Be Announced

Source: CBS

How Far Will The Good Wife Go to Save Her Job?

Source: TV Guide

The Good Wife

After seven months, the battle for the junior associate position at Stern, Lockhart & Gardner will finally come to an end on Tuesday’s episode of The Good Wife (10/9c, CBS). Win or lose, things are going to get even more complicated for Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies).

“She’s worried that she’s going to lose the battle with Cary, so she comes to Eli asking for help,” Alan Cumming, who plays devious campaign manager Eli Gold, tells TVGuide.com. “Basically, she reaches out to him and then, just at that point where they’re about to go into the office and find out who won, you see Eli coming out and you realize he gives his own business to the firm.”

The Good Wife’s junior associate competition gets cutthroat

Eli may help her out in a time of need, but being in debt to her husband’s right-hand man will cost Alicia much more than she bargained for, especially now that Peter (Chris Noth) has begun plotting a return to politics. Although Alicia has voiced her apprehension about Peter’s ambition to re-enter public service, Eli’s favor won’t be easily forgotten.

“Now she owes him and she’s got to cooperate with what he wants her to do in terms of Peter’s campaign,” Cumming says. “He’s still got to work her a little bit to get her to do interviews and stuff, but he keeps reminding her that she owes him and at the very, very end of the season, she’s got to be the good wife.”

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Cumming says his characters’ less-than-virtuous actions aren’t as devious as they appear.

“There’s goodness and a real desire to change the world for the better, and it’s just all shrouded in this manipulative, rather antisocial man,” Cumming says. “I think that’s what’s in his heart — his desire to get Peter elected so he will make the world a better place. For that, he’s willing to be very manipulative and dastardly.”

All that said, Cumming, who will be promoted to series regular for Season 2, is the first to admit he’s still figuring Eli out. “I don’t really know anyone like him, and that made it very exciting for me and quite good because he is a guarded person, so I had to be quite guarded in playing him,” he says.

Alan Cumming promoted to series regular on The Good Wife

The real question is whether Alicia will go along for Eli and Peter’s ride and stand by her husband’s side again. The end of the competition is a crossroads for Alicia, between her new life at the firm and her old life as a politician’s wife, as well as whether or not to leave Peter altogether.

“Their relationship is really fascinating because it’s obvious it’s not in very good shape, but there are the children and his campaign. … Everybody is sort of being very cautious,” Cumming says. “In some ways, she does want him to run and be the hero again. But she’s suddenly back working and she really likes working. … So she’s got a lot of things to think about.”

The Good Wife – The Big Tease – April 13

Any scoop concerning ‘The Good Wife‘ finale?
By season’s end, one of our favorite characters is going to be reeling from the tragic/somewhat senseless death of someone close to him/her.
Source: Fancast

The Good Wife – Episode 1.22 – Hybristophilia – Press Release

ELI GOLD WORKS ON GETTING PETER’S CHARGES DROPPED, AND ALICIA DEFENDS A CLIENT WHO CLAIMS SELF DEFENSE AFTER SHE FINDS HIM HANDCUFFED TO A DEAD WOMAN, ON “THE GOOD WIFE,” TUESDAY, MAY 18

Dylan Baker (“Ugly Betty”) Returns as Alicia’s Client, Colin Sweeney

“Hybristophilia” – Eli Gold works on getting Peter’s charges dropped, and Alicia defends Colin Sweeney, (Dylan Baker, “Ugly Betty”), a client and accused wife killer, who claims self defense after she finds him handcuffed to a dead woman, on THE GOOD WIFE, Tuesday, May 18 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

SERIES REGULARS:

Alicia Florrick…………………. Julianna Margulies
Diane Lockhart……………….. Christine Baranski
Will Gardner………………………….. Josh Charles
Kalinda Sharma……………………. Archie Panjabi
Cary Agos……………………………. Matt Czuchry
Grace Florrick……………………. Makenzie Vega
Zach Florrick……………………… Graham Phillips

RECURRING:

Peter Florrick…………………………… Chris Noth
Eli Gold………………………………. Alan Cumming
Jackie Florrick…………………….. Mary Beth Peil
Glenn Childs…………………………. Titus Welliver

GUEST CAST:

Colin Sweeney……………………….. Dylan Baker
Julius Cain……………………….. Michael Boatman
Lana Delaney………………………………… Jill Flint
Gerald Kozko……………………….. Terry Kinney
Detective Burton……………….. James Carpinello
ASA Geneva Pine…….. Renee Elise Goldsberry
Dr. Tom Li………………………………. Francis Jue
Elsbeth Tascioni……………………. Carrie Preston
Judge Derek Shickel…………….. Peter Hermann
Ben Smith…………………………………. Ben Smith
Martin LeBeouf……….. Michael Charles Roman
Bradley………………………………… Brian Hastert
Best Man………………………………… Matt Burns
Security Guard………………………….. Bob Jesser
Sheila Warburg…………………. Stephanie Cozart

WRITTEN BY: Frank Pierson

DIRECTED BY: Fred Toye

GENRE: DRAMA

RATING: To Be Announced

Source: CBS

The Good Wife – Episode 1.20 – Mock – Promo

The Good Wife – Episode 1.20 – Mock – Extended Promo

The Good Wife – Episode 1.20 – Mock – Press Release

WHEN PETER CHASES ALICIA OUT OF THE APARTMENT, HIS ELECTRONIC MONITOR ALARM SOUNDS AND HIS CHILDREN SCRAMBLE TO COVER FOR HIM, ON “THE GOOD WIFE,” TUESDAY, MAY 4

“Mock” – The police are quickly at the door when Peter’s electronic monitor sounds after he chases Alicia out of the apartment. As a result, Grace and Zach scramble to figure out a way to keep him from being arrested, on THE GOOD WIFE, Tuesday, May 4 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

SERIES REGULARS:

Alicia Florrick…………………. Julianna Margulies
Diane Lockhart……………….. Christine Baranski
Will Gardner………………………….. Josh Charles
Kalinda Sharma……………………. Archie Panjabi
Cary Agos……………………………. Matt Czuchry
Grace Florrick……………………. Makenzie Vega
Zach Florrick……………………… Graham Phillips

RECURRING:

Peter Florrick…………………………… Chris Noth

GUEST CAST:

Anil Verma………………………….. Sanjit de Silva
Frida Verma…………………….. Nitya Vidyasagar
Simran Verma……………………. Sarita Choudhry
Gerald Kozko……………………….. Terry Kinney
AUSA Evan Belkin………….. Chandler Williams
Giada Cabrini…………………………. Karen Olivo
Sadie Hart………………………………. Julie Lauren
Elsbeth Mann………………………. Carrie Preston
Sheila Bow…………. Sameerah Luqmaan-Harris
Damien…………………………………….. Alex Morf
Judge Tomlin…………………………… David Wohl
Sheriff……………………. Daniel Stewart Sherman
Hunter…………………………… Johnathan O’Brien
Will’s Assistant……………… Rebecca Henderson
Indian Shopkeeper………………… Ebrahim Jaffer
Merchant……………………………….. Rajesh Bose
Court Clerk…………………………… Ken Triwush
Pujari Brother………………………. Eliyas Qureshi

WRITTEN BY: Todd Ellis Kessler

DIRECTED BY: Rod Holcomb

RATING: To Be Announced

Source: CBS

Thank you for last week’s tease about ‘The Good Wife.’ Have any more?
Yeah, and this one’s kind of a biggie. Or should I say Big-gie? Just when you thought the prosecution’s case against Peter was starting to peter out, the M-word – murder – will come into play in Episode 21. (I told you that episode was going to pack a lot of punches.)Source: Fancast

The Good Wife – Episode 1.19 – Boom – Promo

The Good Wife – Episode 1.19 – Boom – Press Release

ALICIA GOES HEAD-TO-HEAD IN THE COURTROOM WITH FORMER BOSS JONAS STERN, AND PETER USES RELIGION TO HELP HIS APPEAL, ON “THE GOOD WIFE,” TUESDAY, APRIL 27

“Boom” – When Alicia goes head-to-head in the courtroom with former boss Jonas Stern, she debates whether or not use personal information to her advantage. Meanwhile, Peter uses religion to work on his appeal, on THE GOOD WIFE Tuesday, April 27 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

SERIES REGULARS:

Alicia Florrick…………………. Julianna Margulies
Diane Lockhart……………….. Christine Baranski
Will Gardner………………………….. Josh Charles
Kalinda Sharma……………………. Archie Panjabi
Cary Agos……………………………. Matt Czuchry
Grace Florrick……………………. Makenzie Vega
Zach Florrick……………………… Graham Phillips

RECURRING:

Peter Florrick…………………………… Chris Noth
Jackie Florrick…………………….. Mary Beth Peil

GUEST CAST:

Daniel Golden………………………….. Joe Morton
Eli Gold………………………………. Alan Cumming
Julius Cain……………………….. Michael Boatman
Jonas Stern…………………………. Kevin Conway
Pastor Isaiah Easton……….. Gbenga Akinnagbe
Rachel Timms………………………… Kristen Bush
Gerald Kozko/Large Man………… Terry Kinney
Charles Clay III……………………. Jack Gwaltney
Judge Ira Garrett……………………. Bruce Altman
Karen Sanborn………………… Sue-Ann Morrow
Russell Thiessen……………………… David Valcin
Arik Khoury………………………….. Ehad Berisha
Dr. Khoury………………………………… Rita Wolf
Pym Gabriel………………………….. Jared Gertner
Opposing Lawyer………………. Maury Ginsberg
Jihadist……………………………. Sean T. Krishnan

WRITTEN BY: Ted Humphrey

DIRECTED BY: Lesli Linka Glatter

RATING: To Be Announced

Source: CBS

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