Last season, The Good Wife left us with a delectable cliffhanger-will she, or won't she further explore that "exceptional moment" with Will? Sunday night's premiere promises the answer to this sizzling question, and more!
Now it may be a no-brainer for some as to whether Alicia should pursue Will (Josh Charles), or any other man for that matter, and just divorce her no-good, two-timing husband Peter. The argument becomes especially more clear coming from last season's shocking discovery of colleague/best friend Kalinda's (Archie Panjabi) admitted affair with said husband.
Julianna Margulies acknowledges the decision to stay or not to stay is a hard one for her character, as the issue is not as black and white as it may seem. "I wouldn't be so quick to jump on the 'I'm leaving Peter boat'," says Julianna. "Peter is going to run for Governorship, and that's a really good ace in the hole for Alicia and her career."
Although it's clear that Julianna has conflicted motivators for her future with the fictional husband who has wronged her, castmate Christine Baranski (whose character is no stranger to a bit of fun), fully applauds Alicia's explorations. "We all love Alicia and we think the audience is kind of happy she's… 'getting it'."