The Good Wife (2009–2016)
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Alicia's night goes from bad to worse when she throws a party to celebrate Howard and Jackie's upcoming wedding. Also, Eli asks Jason to investigate Peter in preparation for his trial.


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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
Makenzie Vega ... Grace Florrick
Graham Phillips ... Zach Florrick
Jeffrey Dean Morgan ... Jason Crouse
Christine Baranski ... Diane Lockhart
Chris Noth ... Peter Florrick
Stockard Channing ... Veronica Loy
Gary Cole ... Kurt McVeigh
Michael J. Fox ... Louis Canning
Dallas Roberts ... Owen Cavanaugh
Jerry Adler ... Howard Lyman
Sarah Steele ... Marissa Gold


Alicia's night goes from bad to worse when she throws a party to celebrate Howard and Jackie's upcoming wedding. Also, Eli asks Jason to investigate Peter in preparation for his trial.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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Release Date:

24 April 2016 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Alan Cumming (Eli Gold) & Kate Arrington (Emily Parkes) also worked together on episode 1.7, Instinct: Owned (2018), of Instinct (2018), as Dr. Dylan Reinhart & Abby Wright respectively. See more »


When the flower arrangements first came into view (when Jason goes out the door) the cross made out of flowers is at the right side of the corridor; seconds later Alicia comes to the door and that same cross is behind Grace, on the left side, and the flowers originally behind her are now on the right. Finally, when Alicia takes cross to move it inside, it reappears on the right side of the door again. See more »


Wave of Mutilation
written by Frank Black
Performed by Rhett Miller (feat. Joey Santiago)
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J D Morgan has ruined and destroyed this series
25 April 2016 | by NanoFrogSee all my reviews

JD Morgan is a terrible actor. He is one dimensional, only playing the one smirking obnoxious character regardless of the show. As the investigator he was tolerable. As Alicia's love interest he is unbelievable, unthinkable. I feel like he has shown up in this last season to just destroy it. He has been showing up everywhere lately. He is way over exposed and way over rated. His presence as Alicia's lover is not credible. I have followed the series from the very first episode and there is nothing in her personality that would be attracted to this smirking clown. I am really disappointed in how the series is wrapping up. This episode does hint at the fact that maybe the horrible Morgan character is going to run for the hills. We can only hope. The episode continues to highlight Alicia finally standing up for her own interests and trying to find her own way and perhaps she can be forgiven if the writers actually kill off or otherwise get rid of Morgan's insufferable character and his horrible acting. Many of you may have noticed he has suddenly shown up as a major character in Walking Dead, another tragic disappointment. If he shows up in any more of my beloved series I may throw my TV out the window. Why this insufferable little man is suddenly given all these great parts in popular series is incomprehensible to me. In this episode Alicia takes some great steps towards absolute freedom, which may or may not be sabotaged by this meaningless relationship with this smug and talentless "actor", Mr Morgan.

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