Alicia Florrick has spent a great deal of time this season around bond court, but what happens when some of what happened in the past there comes back into the present? This will be the focus of “Judged,” the upcoming 13th episode of “The Good Wife” this season airing on January 31.
The synopsis below may not be particularly long, but we do still feel like it does a good job of making it clear what Alicia’s upcoming issue will be. Not only that, but it also paints a picture of a particularly challenging story for Diane to go along with it:
“Alicia argues against Judge Schakowsky (Christopher McDonald) when she learns that a former bond court client was wrongfully imprisoned. Also, Diane assists the student editor of a college newspaper when the school threatens to fire her for writing a politically charged article.”
What’s still somewhat interesting to us about the synopsis is just how much of it is spent talking about issues that are strictly case-based. Sure, the legal system is a huge component to “The Good Wife,” but as any devoted viewer of the show knows, it is far from the only thing that is ever going on. This is a show with a lot of constant moving parts and stories, and we know that a lot of other things are going on, whether it be a fractured relationship between Eli and Alicia, Peter’s Presidential campaign, and whatever is going on at this time between Alicia and Jason.
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