A business tycoon said horrible things on TV in a story ripped from the headlines, and Eli learned the true nature of Alicia and Peter's relationship.
Alicia had the day off, Finn hit the campaign trail, and Diane defended a client with ties to the Silk Road. Y'know. The usual.
Plus: America gets The IT Crowd's finale, a Lost alum is headed to The Good Wife, and Kristen Bell gets naked.
One of the NSA contractors listening in on Alicia got into some trouble, and Louis Canning joined Lockhart/Gardner.
While day drunk, Diane and Alicia discussed merging their firms. And that wasn't the big thing that happened.
Plus: Dana Delaney heads to Amazon, Yo La Tengo visits Pawnee, and Syfy moves up the premiere of Sharknado 2.
Plus: ABC Family pulls the plug on Alice in Arabia, The Good Wife's creators explain themselves, and The Walking Dead beer with... brains?
Yeah. Wasn't expecting that.
Plus: CBS announces its season finale dates, Patton Oswalt is gonna be an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., and George R.R. Martin wants to make a Game of Thrones movie.
Alicia was vexed by a speech and by trying to land a rainmaker while Will attempted to fend off Dubeck.
Yes, even Two and a Half Men. Sorry.
The NSA made a clever return to The Good Wife to kick off a three-episode event.
Plus: R.I.P. to The Waltons' Ralph Waite, Alec Baldwin's back at NBC, and Once Upon a Time has found its good witch.
Plus: The Americans will stream on Amazon, Michael J. Fox is returning to The Good Wife, and a dude saved another dude's life because he watched House this one time.
A case with two juries wasn't as exciting as you might think, but at least Kalinda and Cary were being cute together.
Alicia and Cary got embroiled in a Jonathan Coulton-esque copyright infringement case, while Eli looked into the paternity of Marilyn's baby.
Plus: Sherlock scores big across-the-pond, Bruce Springsteen heads to The Good Wife, and Matt Smith's final Doctor Who goes out on top.
Plus: An update on the Friday Night Lights movie, Game of Thrones is getting interactive, and Sarah Palin.