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Mind's Eye 

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As Alicia prepares for an important interview, rumors of her campaign partnership with Lemond Bishop swirl. But Alicia is distracted thinking about a lawsuit from Canning, troubles with her kids, and her ongoing love for Will Gardner.

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Robert King

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Robert King (created by), Michelle King (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Julianna Margulies ... Alicia Florrick
Matt Czuchry ... Cary Agos
Archie Panjabi ... Kalinda Sharma
Graham Phillips ... Zach Florrick
Makenzie Vega ... Grace Florrick
Alan Cumming ... Eli Gold
Matthew Goode ... Finn Polmar
Zach Grenier ... David Lee
Christine Baranski ... Diane Lockhart
Chris Noth ... Peter Florrick
David Hyde Pierce ... Frank Prady
Michael J. Fox ... Louis Canning
Mike Colter ... Lemond Bishop
Sarah Steele ... Marissa Gold
Jerry Adler ... Howard Lyman
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It's now seven days until the election and Alicia is trying to rest at home with a slight case of laryngitis before an interview with a local newspaper's editorial board. Frank Prady has already had his interview and it seems to have gone well. In her mind, Alicia imagines some of the questions they might ask her. There are many other distractions however. Louis Canning is suing the firm over what he claims is a false eviction from his offices. Alicia thinks they might be vulnerable. Also, her campaign manager tells of rumors making the rounds of a Lemond Bishop voice recording where he supposedly said something to the effect that he's already bought the next State's Attorney. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 March 2015 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Chris Noth (Peter Florrick) & J.C. MacKenzie (Interviewer) also worked together on episode 5.6, Law & Order: Competence (1994), of Law & Order (1990), as Mike Logan & M.E. Hoeck respectively. See more »

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Concerto for Harpsichord in F minor
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Written by Johann Sebastian Bach
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Painful to Watch
10 March 2015 | by laurenlee653See all my reviews

After 3 different attempts to watch this episode, I gave up 35 minutes in. The "mind" of Alicia Florrick is something I never want to experience again. The "what ifs" of her brain were so incredibly painful to watch. Especially the flashbacks of Will, with the obvious shadowy figure that wasn't him. At times it was difficult to tell whether some scenes were figments of her imaginations or real. Also, the laryngitis plot line was confusing. Because in her mind she could speak. I wouldn't even waste my time with this episode if I were you. Such a disappointing and pointless episode. I hope the Good Wife never makes an episode like this again.


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