Episode PremiereNovember 16, 2010
Show Period2009 - now
Production CompanyCBS Paramount Network Television, Scott Free Prod
Cast and Crew
ScreenwriterCourtney Kemp Agboh
- Julianna Margulies as Alicia Florrick
- Christine Baranski as Diane Lockhart
- Josh Charles as Will Gardner
- Archie Panjabi as Kalinda Sharma
- Matt Czuchry as Cary Agos
- Alan Cumming as Eli Gold
- Zach Grenier
- Makenzie Vega
- Graham Phillips
- Nathan Lane as Clarke Hayden
- Amanda Peet as Laura Hellinger
- Chris Noth as Peter Florrick
- Oliver Platt as R.D.
- Peter Gallagher as Irving Carver
- Margo Martindale
- Miriam Shor
- David Paymer
- Zach Grenier
- Anika Noni Rose as Wendy Scott-Carr
After receiving a critical peer review from new partner Derrick Bond, Alicia is saddled with the DUI case of teen star Sloan Burchfield, who ran her Escalade into a pole after a night of underage drinking. While Alicia is able to convince the judge of Sloan's innocence in this matter, D.A. Cary drops a bombshell before the case is closed: Yasmine Morgan, another club-goer from that night, is accusing her of attempted murder.
Alicia is able to make a convincing case for Sloan's innocence, but the pop star's rebellious antics and off-color tweeting don't play well with the judge. But before the verdict, Alicia discovers the truth: Sloan's little sister, Milla, was driving the car that night. In the end, Milla confesses and Sloan goes free.
Meanwhile, the heat is on at LGB as Diane drives a wedge between Bond and the very successful but independent firm litigator David Lee.
The Florrick campaign also seems to have hit a snag when the Democratic Committee tells Peter to drop out of the race, offering him the leadership of the party in return. Peter considers the offer, but decides to stay in the race after having a heart-to-heart talk with Alicia. While the race will be harder without the machine's support, he goes get the very helpful endorsement of Pastor Isaiah.