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The Good Wife: Blue Ribbon Panel

When Alicia is assigned to be on a blue ribbon panel investigating a police shooting, she begins to question the motivations behind the chairman's actions. Meanwhile, Kalinda receives unwanted attention from the IRS.

Source: CBS

Episode Info

Episode number: 3x19
Airdate: Sunday March 25th, 2012

Alternate Airdates:

UK (MORE4) May 17, 2012
AU (ten) May 23, 2012


Guest Stars
Cady HuffmanCady Huffman
As Marina Vassel
Chris NothChris Noth
As Peter Florrick
David DrakeDavid Drake
As Jacques
Jerry Adler (1)Jerry Adler (1)
As Howard Lyman
Jill FlintJill Flint
As Lana Delaney
Kurt FullerKurt Fuller
As Judge Dunaway
Mary Beth PeilMary Beth Peil
As Jackie Florrick
Matthew PerryMatthew Perry
As Mike Kresteva
Michael BoatmanMichael Boatman
As Julius Cain
Peter RiegertPeter Riegert
As Judge Winter
Zach GrenierZach Grenier
As David Lee
Alexander GemignaniAlexander Gemignani
As Mr. Lesher
Carly StreetCarly Street
As Officer Coffey
Charles S. DuttonCharles S. Dutton
As Damon Yarrow
Charlie HofheimerCharlie Hofheimer
As Officer Zimmerman
Cotter SmithCotter Smith
As Forrest Burke
Kevin HoganKevin Hogan
As Russell
Main Cast
Julianna MarguliesJulianna Margulies
As Alicia Florrick
Matt CzuchryMatt Czuchry
As Cary Agos
Graham PhillipsGraham Phillips
As Zach Florrick
Makenzie VegaMakenzie Vega
As Grace Florrick
Christine BaranskiChristine Baranski
As Diane Lockhart
Josh CharlesJosh Charles
As Will Gardner
Archie PanjabiArchie Panjabi
As Kalinda Sharma


The episode begins, and when Diane is approached to be the token woman on a panel investigating the police shooting of a civilian, she passes the opportunity on to Alicia: “It’s good for your career, good for the firm.” But the panel, chaired by arrogant Mike Kresteva, seems to have predetermined the outcome. When Alicia breaks form by gently questioning the victim’s son, who denies that undercover officers identified themselves before shooting, the judges on the panel make their irritation clear. “You don’t need to impress us,” Judge Dunaway warns. “You don’t need to be clever. Everybody new to the panel thinks they’re going to reinvent the wheel. You don’t have to. It’s a wheel. It works fine.” ..

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