In this two-episode arc, Mace Windu and Jar Bar Binks got caught up in an utterly forgettable adventure.
Alicia was vexed by a speech and by trying to land a rainmaker while Will attempted to fend off Dubeck.
Will's trial got underway this week, but just as it began, someone started re-creating the murders he's accused of as a poem to Will.
Mundane reasons for murder manipulated into something more horrible for the sake of being horrible...?
Palpatine maneuvered so he could assume control of the galactic banking system. It was as ridiculous and boring as it sounds.
The NSA made a clever return to The Good Wife to kick off a three-episode event.
The FBI tracked down the creator of the eye mural, and Du Maurier took drastic steps to "withdraw" from the situation.
Order 66 was somehow triggered in a clone cadet, leaving the Sith scrambling and the Jedi to figure out what went wrong.
Misdirection is the name of the game in this week's solid episode.
BUT THAT FIGHT SCENE!
Lestrade has come to New York just in time for there to be a potentially politically-motivated bombing. Can he and Sherlock solve the case?