‘The Good Wife’ season 7, episode 12 preview: ‘Tracks’ brings trouble for Julianna Margulies’ Alicia
Sunday night’s new episode of “The Good Wife” was entitled “Iowa,” and what we saw for the most part was a battlefield. We saw Diane and Cary do everything that they could to squelch concerns of racism within Lockhart, Agos, and Lee, and Alicia Florrick had to do in order to ensure that the Iowa Caucuses went off without a hitch after a voter went missing. It was certainly a different sort of process than most in the political system are accustomed to.
So where are we going into the next episode entitled “Tracks”? The synopsis below gives you a little bit of insight, and it includes everything from Alicia and Cary teaming up to some surprising trouble in the home life of Julianna Margulies’ character. Take a look at the synopsis below:
“Alicia and Cary join forces to defend a former client facing a multi-million dollar lawsuit over ownership rights to his new music. Also, Alicia’s neighbors are unhappy that her law firm is operating out of her apartment and threaten to evict her.”
Now, we just better hope that the Florrick Fan shows up the rest of the season … and also that the writers didn’t anger too many people in Iowa with the idea that a guy showing up and singing could change the entire mood in a room. Granted, that really didn’t change too much when it comes to the course of the Caucuses as a whole. It’s going to be interesting to see where the remainder of the season goes from here.
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