When the season 4 finale of “The Good Wife” airs on CBS Sunday, April 28, we are really going to see a pretty jam-packed episode of television. Why? Really, all you have to do is look at the lineup of guest stars who are stopping by. Not only are we going to have Dylan Baker and T.R. Knight continuing some of their recent arcs, but Martha Plimpton and Denis O’Hare are each going to return in their old roles. Just to make the hour even sweeter, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is also going to be putting in an appearance as himself.
This episode is currently untitled, but the official synopsis below from CBS suggests that we are definitely in for a pretty eventful hour of television:
“On the night of Peter’s gubernatorial election, Alicia, Will and Diane race to a series of emergency court proceedings when Zach believes he’s witnessed vote tampering. Meanwhile, an unlikely source offers Cary aid to start his own firm, while the conflicted feelings Alicia has in her personal and professional lives come to a head.”
The Alicia story mentioned at the end here is probably the most enticing, if for no other reason than that we are surprised that it has really taken her this long to feel bogged down by some of what has unfolded in between her life with Peter and her feelings for Will (whatever they may be at this point). The biggest question that we have is with all of the events that have transpired over the course of the past year, how in the world are they going to be able to fit everything in?
What do you think about the basic idea for this episode? If you want to check out some more news about Alicia’s potential vow renewal ceremony, you can do so over at the link here.