The Good Wife (2009–2016)
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Alicia defends a doctor who faces criminal charges for rape fantasies, A group of associates leaves Lockhart Agos Lee high and dry, Ruth plots to get rid of Jason, and Eli's feelings for Paige end in heartbreak and a surprise confession.

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Jim McKay

Writers:

Robert King (created by), Michelle King (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Julianna Margulies ... Alicia Florrick
Matt Czuchry ... Cary Agos
Alan Cumming ... Eli Gold
Cush Jumbo ... Lucca Quinn
Zach Grenier ... David Lee
Jeffrey Dean Morgan ... Jason Crouse
Christine Baranski ... Diane Lockhart
Vanessa Williams ... Courtney Paige
Christopher McDonald ... Judge Don Schakowsky
Peter Gallagher ... Ethan Carver
Jerry Adler ... Howard Lyman
Chris Butler ... Matan Brody
Josh Stamberg ... Dr. Joseph Portnow
Felix Solis ... Detective Kevin Rodriguez
Nikki M. James ... Monica Timmons
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Alicia and Lucca defend a well-respected surgeon accused of plotting to commit a crime. Also, Ruth schemes to remove Jason from Alicia's life by trying to persuade Courtney Paige (Vanessa Williams) to hire him for business in another state.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 December 2015 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Nikki M. James reprises her role of Monica Timmons in The Good Wife spin-off, The Good Fight (2017). See more »

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A scenario lost in a deep fog
15 December 2015 | by CookiekillerSee all my reviews

It is amazing to see how professional writers are at a loss to decide what to do with the characters of their show. For Alicia there is the excuse of "the new Alicia", one who drifts away more or less (rather less than more) peacefully between cases that are less and less interesting and chiseled. Diane and Cary Agos are there but they are stuck most of the time in this not very interesting problem of defending conservative causes against their own convictions. Peter is a no show most of the time. We are shown new characters like the investigator just to realize that there is no planning ahead as of where the plot will take them. And then there is Eli... my heart goes to him as his character has been so battered during this season that there is almost nothing left of him. He didn't win a new side of him, he lost everything that made him Eli. Do the producers and the writers really want to drive Alan Cumming away from the show? It certainly looks that way. For my part I don't know how much I can watch of this debacle.


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