Alicia represents a soldier who accuses a civilian contractor of attacking her. watch
Chris Noth is pumped for the upcoming election. "I love politics!" he crows a few weeks before the presidential showdown. But today he's talking about a fictional Democratic gubernatorial primary in the great state of Illinois — and it's a juicy one. After all, Noth's candidate on the CBS drama The Good Wife, Cook County State's Attorney Peter Florrick, has been known to get a little dirt on his hands. Not to mention a little lipstick on his collar.
When a female military officer (Amanda Peet) accuses a civilian contractor of attempting to rape her in Afghanistan, Alicia tries to prove that he is not protected by a law prohibiting servicemen from suing the military. Meanwhile, a surprising new obstacle appears in Peter's quest for the governorship. Maura Tierney and Denis O'Hare return as guest stars, and Brian Dennehy guest stars as Opposing Counsel Bucky Stabler. Series Star Josh Charles makes his directorial debut. watch