Every episode titles of season 1 are one word long.
The Good Wife is set in Chicago.
Kalinda: You know what I don't get? Why you stood by him? I would've stuck a knife in his heart.
Alicia: I always thought I would, too. When I heard about those other scandals, the other wives... I thought... how can you allow yourself to be used like that? And then it happened, and I was... unprepared.
Diane: (after Alicia changed strategy without updating the firm) She's a junior associate who doesn't think she's a junior associate. Her husband was a State's attorney. She lived in Highland Park. It's not just teaching an old dog new tricks. It's teaching an entitled dog new tricks.
Will: Oh, come on, Diane. The problem is she's catching evidence that you overlooked. I've seen you mentor these women until they start competing with you. And then you...
Diane: What? Excuse me? I say we reprimand Alicia and put Cary in as first chair.
Alicia: Why did my husband fire you?
Kalinda: He accused me of working two jobs.
Alicia: Were you?
Kalinda: Oh, yeah.
Peter: (talking about Grace and Zach) How are they? Mother says that she's helping out around the house.
Alicia: They're good. Grace argues over clothes with your mother, and Zach is using you to make friends at school. Which I don't know if that's a healthy thing or something worse.
Kalinda: If you identify with too many clients, you burn out.
Alicia: Why don't you tell me when I do something right, okay?
Cary: I'm Cary, the other new associate.
Alicia: Oh, right. Alicia.
Cary: Yeah, look, I know we should be at each other's throats, but I just want to say I really respect what you're doing here. Raising a family and then jumping right back into this. My mom, she's thinking of doing the same thing.
Cary: Yeah. So, you're on the pro bono, right?
Cary: Yeah, that's great. I interned last summer at the Innoncence Project. My dad's best friend is Barry Scheck and it was just amazing. Helping people. Here, they got me on the Sheffrin-Marks. I'm sure it will be challenging, but at the end of the day, what have you really done? Saved a corporation a few billion dollars?
Alicia: You want to trade?
Cary: I would, but I guess they have other plans, so... (the assistant interrupts them)
Alicia: (to her client) You won't feel like it. But put on nice clothing. Force yourself, too. Not for public. For you.
Client: Does it ever get easier?
Alicia: No, but you do get better at it.
Glenn Childs: You know he's using you, don't you? Peter blames me for his downfall. He's using you to get to me.
Alicia: How do you figure?
Glenn Childs: Mrs. Florrick, please. He told you about the pitted trace evidence. Don't make yourself collateral damage here, for your own sake.
Alicia: Mr. Childs, the day you leaked that sex tape to the press and forced me to shield my children from every cable news station that played it in a 24-hour rotation, that was the day I became collateral damage. If you're worried about my husband, Mr. Childs. You've obviously never made a woman angry.
Alicia Florrick: You know the other associate, Cary?
Will Gardner: The one in the Brioni?
(Alicia looks at him)
Will Gardner: What? I am observing.
Alicia Florrick: Yes, the one in the Brioni. He said to me may the best man win. What exactly does he mean by that?
Will Gardner: What he means is something I thought we weren't making public.
Alicia Florrick: What?
Will Gardner: Look, we only have one associate position open. So we agreed to hire two applicants and, in six months, decide which one we retain.
Alicia Florrick: So this is a contest between me and Cary?
Will Gardner: It was either that or a cagematch. I'm just happy your pro bono is going well.
Peter Florrick: When I get out, it will all go back to normal.
Alicia Florrick: Nothing will ever go back to normal.
Jackie Florrick: (about Alicia's husband, Peter) He needs you to forgive him, Alicia.
Alicia Florrick: He took everything I thought we had and he just put it out there.
Jackie Florrick: He didn't want that. The press...
Alicia Florrick: Oh, Jackie, stop it! Peter wasn't thinking of us.
Alicia Florrick: The last time I was in Court it was 13 years ago.
Kalinda Sharma: Wow, I was twelve!
Alicia Florrick: Thanks...
Diane Lockhart: (to Alicia) When I was starting out I got one great piece of advice. Men can be lazy, women can't... and I think that goes double for you. Not only are you coming back to the workplace fairly late but you have some very prominent baggage. (Points to a picture of her and Hillary Clinton) But, hey, if she can do it so can you.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Nový začátek (New Beginning)
Original International Air Dates:
Czech Republic: January 24, 2010 on Hallmark
Germany: March 31, 2010 on ProSieben
Finland: May 31, 2010 on Nelonen
Slovakia: August 22, 2010 on JOJ
Matt Czuchry and Katie Walder previously starred together in Gilmore Girls. Matt played Logan, Rory Gilmore's college boyfriend and Katie portrayed Rory Gilmore's college roommate, Janet.
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