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The Good Wife Preview: “Message Discipline” [VIDEO and PHOTOS] 

Photo Credit: CBS
Photo Credit: CBS

Warning: Spoilers Ahead

We always love a good guest star on The Good Wife and in “Message Discipline,” we get David Hyde Pierce as legal commentator Frank Prady. And he’s billed as a recurring character. It’s a bit of big deal, considering we haven’t seen him on our TV screen since Frasier. We’re sure Robert and Michelle King have come up with a very intriguing storyline for him and we can’t wait to see how it plays out.

In other news, the state’s attorney continues to go after Cary with a vengeance. Yes, he technically violated the terms of his bail in “Old Spice,” so maybe he deserves to be behind bars. But for a number of reasons, we’re happy he’s not back in the slammer. And the fact that he has to stay away from Kalinda? It’s genius and we can’t wait to see them break that rule — covertly, if they’re smart about it. But we’re even more pleased that Alicia won’t allow Cary to distance himself from the firm. It’ll be interesting to see Alicia, Diane and Cary (and all the other lawyers) return to their old haunts — weird, but interesting.

Episode synopsis, from CBS:

While preparing his case against Cary, Finn discovers a potentially devastating piece of evidence which could have ramifications for Alicia and Peter. Meanwhile, Eli becomes wary when a new prospective candidate emerges in the race for State’s Attorney.

 The Good Wife airs Sundays at 9/8c on CBS.


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All images courtesy of David Giesbrecht/CBS and Jeff Neumann/CBS.

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1 Comment

  1. Susy

    So many negative stuff has happened to Cary through the seasons of this show. He always seems to be getting dumped on through no fault of his own and now this. I’m worried for him because how much can one man take?

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