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‘The Good Wife’ Photo Preview: ‘A Few Words’

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The return of The Good Wife on Sunday brought with it a stellar episode to kick off the three-episode event revolving around Peter Florrick’s election fraud scandal. We watched as the agent from the Office of Public Integrity made his rounds, questioning all involved in the case. Apparently, he’s just getting started.

“A Few Words” takes us to New York City where Alicia will be giving a speech at the American Bar Association. It just so happens that Alicia’s speech, about being an opt-out mom, will take her, and us, on a trip down memory lane. As an added bonus for fans of Alicia and Will, they also share a scene together in the present day. A scene we’re told may just give fans hope for their future.

The episode stills don’t exactly give away much that happens in the episode. However, there is one photo that has left me wondering. Who is watching Alicia from the side as she gives her speech? Is it Will? We know he’s there in New York City. Did he put his ‘hate’ aside and show up to support her as she gave her speech? Speaking of hate; Alicia, honey, we adore you. But, are you really asking Will why he hates you? Have you been to see the wizard lately?

Another thing we know is that the investigation continues with Office of Public Integrity Agent Dubeck paying yet another visit to Will. In addition, possibly because of this, we get Carrie Preston back as Elsbeth Tascioni! Elsbeth in New York City. What could possibly happen?

Check out the gallery of photos and let me know your thoughts in the comments. What are you most looking forward to in this episode?

The Good Wife airs Sunday, March 16 at 9/8c on CBS.

Chrissie Ortiz
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