Fans of “The Good Wife” have watched as Alicia Florrick and Cary Agos have managed to steer clear of the drama when it comes to Lockhart/Gardner but it appears that the season finale might reveal a big change. Looking at wrapping up all the angles over the year, there is a reflection on where Alicia Florrick has come from and how her past is coming to get her. According to The Wire on Friday, it is Louis Canning (played by Michael J. Fox) that Alicia should be most concerned about as it appears he is trying to destroy the firm.
This “The Good Wife” season finale offers details about the season finale episode and viewers who don’t want to know should turn away now. An open feed from a camera mistakenly left on after a teleconferenced deposition between the lawyers of Florrick/Agos and Lockhart/Gardner reveals a threat to the firm that Alicia and Cary never saw coming. The damage might be controllable, but the way they received the information is difficult to share as it was privileged and there is no doubt this is a credible threat to Alicia's career.
The fate of Lockhart/Gardner hangs in the balance as Louis Canning vies for a larger role. Looking to maneuver the entire firm it is Diane Lockhart who comes up with a plan to make it stop.
On a personal note, Alicia entrusts Zach’s high school graduation party to Jackie and Veronica. As fans know that means nothing short of chaos and crazy in the Florrick home.
“The Good Wife” season 6 is already being put together. According to the Los Angeles Times, are are busy plotting out what lies ahead for Alicia. The story might include what happens after Zach heads off to college, if Governor Peter Florrick decides to pursue his in office love interest since his marriage is in official estrangement, and if Finn Polmar really might take the plunge with Alicia in the future.
“The Good Wife” season finale airs Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.