A big shake up at Lockhart/Gardner has us wondering where “The Good Wife” is going for the next couple months as it works toward the Season 3 finale.
Wendy Scott Carr gives Will’s $45,000 borrowing case to the Bar Association and they offer him a six-month suspension, which is preferable to disbarring him. It comes at the encouragement of Diane, having pointed out to them the excellent pro bono work the firm does.
Will takes the suspension and leaves the now-named Lockhart & Associates. Six months puts him at roughly when the show returns in the fall, so we wonder just what role Will will play in the show from now until the May finale.
Case of the Week
Viola Walsh (Rita Wilson) is back with Paul Gross of Chum Hum and now software program Coursepoint, which has been sold to countries like Syria and used to track protestors and then arrest, torture and kill them.
Will and Kalinda are eventually able to prove that the company knew the program was being used by the Syrian government. And in a nice twist, they are able to bring home a protestor everyone thought was dead.
Thoughts & Tidbits
- It’s always nice to see Judge Abernathy (Denis O’Hare) back on the bench.
- The shake up at the State’s Attorney’s office wasn’t enough for us. We want Dana’s head! Booo, Dana!
- Did you watch the previews? We can’t wait to see Julius Cain’s power play and find out what Caitlyn is up to.
What did you think, “Good Wife” fans?