A boring comedy of errors threw Alicia's future into question, and Kalinda did what she does best.
Alicia fought the cries for a recall only to be undermined from within. Meanwhile, the firm scrambled to save itself from Kalinda's forged evidence.
Alicia faced the press on the matter of the leaked emails, while Diane went to court over gay marriage. Oh, and Andrew Wiley is back.
Alicia navigated the spoils of victory while the firm dealt with being hacked.
This current half-decade has been an exciting, wild, and invigorating time for television.
Colin Sweeney returned with a lawsuit against a TV film about his life, and Alicia competed against Prady for a major campaign donation.
Alicia and Prady squared off in two kinds of debates while Chicago braced for a potential riot.
One last good turn of events may prevent Cary from going to prison, but will it happen in time? Meanwhile, Alicia's debate prep got off to a messy start.
Will awards shows EVER get it right? Rhetorical question.
Both shows are up for Best New Series.
Cary's trial got underway while Alicia had to deal with a very stupid gym note.
Alicia tried to keep her campaign positive while Cary feared for his life.
Alicia helped a rape victim and volunteered at a soup kitchen while Diane tried to get Cary ready for court. Oh, and Kalinda is in deep trouble.
CBS just made a bunch of scheduling announcements.
Finn started building a stronger case against Cary as Alicia gained a new opponent in the State's Attorney race.
In a tonally weird episode, Alicia talked about God, Elsbeth and Perotti had sex to "Call Me Maybe," Diane got her offices back, and Cary started crashing and burning.
Somehow, Alicia and Elsbeth facing off in court and Kalinda tracking a computer hacker made for a dull episode.