Plus: Revolution gets Poison'd, Comedy Central puts dates on a pair of shows, and someone in Nashville is gonna die!
In The Good Wife's 100th episode, Matthew Ashbaugh resurfaced with a will that would grant Alicia $12 million, but of course L.G. contested its validity.
Alicia and company dove into the world of crowdsourced detective work while Will hired the firm a mob lawyer.
A solid procedural-centric episode had Florrick-Agos trying to help a wrongfully deported man. Meanwhile, Eli's in love, and it's adorable.
Owen found out about Alicia's departure from Lockhart/Gardner, and he started to drop emotional truth bombs. Oh, and Alicia may be on the hook for $6 million.
Florrick/Agos is already having a tough go of it, and things are only going to get worse.
Plus: The Entourage movie is happening, Community has awesome guests on the way, and a great U.K. series heads to DirecTV.
Alicia and Cary's departure from Lockhart/Gardner made for one of the best television episodes of the year.
A paralegal sued Lockhart/Gardner over firm-wide sexual harassment. Oh, and Diane figured out EVERYTHING.
Plus: A Hunger Games vet is joining Sleepy Hollow, Hunter Parrish is headed to The Good Wife, and NBC still wants Sean Hayes to save it.
Plus: Claudia is returning to The Americans, Pixar is good for ABC, and Syfy replaces sharks with rocks for its latest tornado movie.
The firm suing the NSA was just one of many plots in this jam-packed episode.
While Alicia and Cary got organized to leave, Lockhart/Gardner scrambled to delay an execution.
Plus: This year's Creative Arts Emmys have been handed out, The Walking Dead adds a cast member, and Sons of Anarchy sets a record.
Plus: Jason O'Mara stays put at CBS, Josh Schwartz sells another project, and a class about zombies.
Plus: Gravity Falls gets good news, a real housewife is in trouble, and Lindsay Lohan will guest-host a talk show.
Plus: New Girl may welcome back an old friend, Charlie Harper's daughter is gay, and Sean Astin will fight vampires.
Plus: Shark Week gets talky, Glee loses a lot of cast members, and Hannibal could be related to David Bowie.
Will the love for Homeland continue after a disappointing second season? Can high-profile new shows like House of Cards, The Americans, and The Newsroom break into already-jam-packed races?