Cheers to The Good Wife for recruiting a blue-chip guest cast.
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Even by the CBS drama's lofty standards, this week's roster of visiting performers was impressive: Dylan Baker reprised his Emmy-nominated role as venture capitalist and unlikely ladykiller Colin Sweeney, this time accused of sexually harassing — and impregnating — a former employee (Morena Baccarin, on leave from Homeland). Opposing Alicia Florrick and Co. was Grey's Anatomy mom (and Richard Burton's daughter) Kate Burton, and presiding was the honorable Emmy winner Bebe Neuwirth.
Back at Lockhart Gardner, ambitious first-year associate Caitlyn D'arcy (The Help's Anna Camp) made a surprise exit, giving up her law career to become a wife and mother, and going against Alicia's advice in the process. That didn't please Caitlyn's uncle, David Lee (Tony nominee Zach Grenier), who'd gotten her the job. The bound-for-stardom Camp will be missed, but you never have to wait long for another terrific guest on The Good Wife: Next week, Michael J. Fox returns.
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