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The Good Wife: Goliath and David

Alicia tries to win a case of copyright infringement for a band, but when Will joins the opposing side, the simple case soon becomes psychological warfare. Eli hires Kalinda to do some damage control regarding a potential scandal.


Episode Info


Episode number: 5x11
Airdate: Sunday January 05th, 2014


Alternate Airdates:

UK (MORE4) Apr 10, 2014
AU (ten) Apr 30, 2014

  • Currently 8.5/10
8.5/10 (2 Votes cast)

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Guest Stars
Nicole RoderickNicole Roderick
As Nora
Recurring
Talia BalsamTalia Balsam
As Anne
Recurring
Alan CoxAlan Cox
As Douglas
Ernie SabellaErnie Sabella
As Murray
Flor De Liz PerezFlor De Liz Perez
As Receptionist
Main Cast
Julianna MarguliesJulianna Margulies
As Alicia Florrick
Matt CzuchryMatt Czuchry
As Cary Agos
Josh CharlesJosh Charles
As Will Gardner
Archie PanjabiArchie Panjabi
As Kalinda Sharma
Christine BaranskiChristine Baranski
As Diane Lockhart

Recap

At Alicia's Christmas party, Eli questions Marilyn about her decision to name her baby Peter. She says it has nothing to do with the governor and claims the father is another man named Peter. Alicia walks up and asks if they have seen the band. She leaves the two and finds the band. She pays them and the band ask them about a possible case they may have. They legally covered a song by the rapper Rebel Kane but they claim a TV show copied their copy. Alicia comments that Peter was in prison with Rebel Kane. Cary warns that it's a David and Goliath situation to go up against a TV show like this but the band offers to pay a percentage of the $2,300,000 they are seeking. ..

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