“Fringe” was the first opportunity for many to bear witness to the awesomeness that is John Noble, but on Sunday, March 24, fans will get the opportunity to see him flex a different sort of dramatic muscle on an all-new episode of “The Good Wife.” This show allows him an opportunity to get some more work on his already-established resume right away; and while we don’t know what the future holds for him right now when it comes to television, there is probably no better series out there for him to serve as a guest-star on than this one.
Noble’s March 24 episode is entitled “Death of a Client,” and CBS’ press release makes it very clear from the get-go that his character is actually the client who is dead (which must mean he is appearing in largely via flashbacks). Matthew Perry is also set to return, which is rare now that he has a full-time job elsewhere on NBC’s “Go On,” and we will also continue to see both Will Chase and Amanda Peet.
Here is the episode’s full synopsis:
“When an erratic and litigious client is murdered, Alicia is convinced to waive attorney/client privilege to help the police when she learns that the killer may also be targeting someone close to her. Also, Peter and Mike Kresteva vie for an influential endorsement and Diane receives a stunning offer.”
Excited yet? You should be. While this is still over three weeks away, the details for this installment do suggest that we are primed to see one of the most exciting episodes of the show (which has improved radically over the past two months) this season.
If you want to read even more scoop about Noble’s appearance on “The Good Wife,” be sure to head over to the link here!