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The Good Wife
E4 of 22
Series 4 - Episode 4
Don't Haze Me, Bro
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Law-firm boss Diane Lockhart is on fine form as she tries to persuade a jury that a Chicago college was culpable in the death of a student killed during a brutal initiation ritual.
But just when you think it’s all going well, there’s a courtroom bombshell that changes the whole direction of the case. How very Good Wife. Diane (Christine Baranski) refuses to be fazed, even though she has more than a collapsing trial to worry about. Her company is in dire financial straits and has surrendered one of its office floors to save money. As for the good wife herself, Alicia (Julianna Margulies), she’s still standing by her man, despite the infidelity story that won’t go away.
Diane seems invigorated by the loss of the firm's premises and takes on the case of a university sued over the death of a student during a party. Elsewhere, Jackie is asked to give presentations to retirees on Peter's behalf, but Alicia wonders about the consequences of her stroke when she struggles to speak in public. Julianna Margulies stars.
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