Perry got the go-ahead for Go On the same day he landed the recurring role on The Good Wife, he tells Zap2It.com.
"I'd never played an all-out bad guy before. The fact that he was basically a sociopath, a guy who would lie to your face, was just so much fun to play," Perry tells Zap2It of his Good Wife character, the nemesis of Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies) who plans to run against her estranged husband Peter (Chris Noth) in the Illinois gubernatorial race.
"Before Go On got picked up, [the Good Wife showrunners] had plans for it to be a much bigger character," Perry tells Zap2It. "I was going to do nine or 10 episodes, but I know I'll be able to go back and do one or two. I wish I could do both shows, but you just can't. So far, the two episodes they've given me are some of the best writing I've encountered."
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