In Cary's hotel room, Cary and Alicia are watching C.S.I., to be specific, the Season 6 episode A Bullet Runs Through It.
As the series tradition wants, starting the fourth season, episode titles are now four words long.
Besides being the title of this episode, 312 is also the area code for downtown Chicago, IL.
Every episode in season 1 had a one word title. Every season 2 episode had a two word title. Starting the third season, episode titles are now three words long.
This was the last episode to be broadcast in the show's original timeslot Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m.
the song at the end: Mika - Any Other World
Chicago Bulls player Derrick Rose was originally scheduled to make a cameo appearance in this episode.
The Nobel peace prize is actually awarded in Oslo, Norway, and not in Stockholm, Sweden. So, Joe Kent would not be going to Stockholm to deliver his speech, but to Oslo.
"Luv Song" by Jane Jensen
Every episode in season 1 had a one word title. Starting the second season, episode titles are now two words long.
This episode, "Doubt" (1x18) is loosely based on a well known case, the murder of Meredith Kercher in Italy.
When Alicia meets David Lee in her office he says he needs her at a meet and greet upstairs in 45 minutes to hand hold a client. As he is about to leave Alicia says she has a settlement on the Duke Roscoe case in an hour.
Later as Alicia is going to the meet and greet she is seen walking past the settlement meeting which has been under way for some time. From what was said earlier in her office she should have been at the meet and greet BEFORE (in 45 minutes time) the settlement meeting had started (in 60 minutes time). So either there is a continuity goof, or she is over 15 minutes late for the meet and greet which would be very unprofessional.
Every episode titles of season 1 are one word long.
The Good Wife is set in Chicago.