Going into next week’s all-new episode of “The Good Wife,” we find Alicia Florrick in a rather interesting place. She and Luca Quinn have been able to start up a small law firm for themselves within her apartment, but they are running into problems. Are they passionate? Sure, and they are great at their job. The issue is mostly that there are only so many resources that they have at their disposal.
Conversely, there are different issues plaguing Cary Agos and everyone working at Lockart, Agos, & Lee. They have the resources, but they are missing the personal touch. Former clients for both firms are willing to start looking elsewhere unless they can somehow get everything they want from a single firm. This is why Alicia and Quinn have an offer to go to work with Cary. Will they take it? That’s an entirely different story.
The next new episode on January 31 is entitled “Judged,” and the unfortunate thing is that the synopsis below does not give away too much in terms of what to expect:
“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.”
Unfortunately, we don’t get much of a sense of anything from reading this, but that was probably an intentional move on the part of CBS to not spoil anything at the time in which this was released earlier this month. At the time, it would have been a spoiler to give anything major away.
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