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Tonight, after seven seasons, The Good Wife comes to an end, with Alicia in a similar place as when it all started. Last week, Peter’s trial began, and Diane quickly realized it was going to be an uphill battle as the judge was not a fan of Peter’s. During the trial, Diane put her husband Kurt on the stand to refute the idea that Peter had mishandled evidence. However, this resulted in the finger being pointed at Cary, which didn’t do anything to help repair the relationship between Cary and Alicia. While both sides made some good arguments, the outcome was certainly no guarantee. But as Peter contemplated taking a plea deal of 2 years, he got notice that the jury had already returned. Meanwhile, some construction workers accidentally demolished a wall on the 28th floor instead of the 18th, but Diane decided to use this to her advantage and expand her planned all-female firm with a grand two-story entrance. However, David Lee was heavily against the whole notion of the all-female firm–he threatened legal action and was extremely rude to any potential new partners in order to try to dissuade them.
Will Peter be found guilty or innocent, or will he take the plea deal before the verdict is read? Will Alicia finally divorce Peter and move on with Jason? (I can’t believe he had the nerve to ask if she’d visit him in jail – let her finally move on with her life!) And what is going to happen with Diane and David Lee’s law firm? The show has a lot of stuff to wrap up, and hopefully they will be able to give us a satisfactory conclusion for all of these characters we have followed over the past 7 years!
On tonight’s finale, “End,” the series reaches its dramatic conclusion.
To see how the show wraps it up tonight, tune in to CBS at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Madam Secretary, The Family, The Simpsons, Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, The Last Man on Earth, Food Network Star, Fear the Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Silicon Valley, Veep, and Dice.