The usual way to celebrate a show's 100th episode is for the cast to pop champagne and cut a giant cake. But the stars of The Good Wife decided to mark the milestone another way -- by literally rolling up their sleeves to help rebuild homes damaged by Super Storm Sandy.
To coincide with last week's one-year anniversary of Sandy, cast members including Julianna Margulies, Josh Charles, Chris Noth, Matt Czuchry, Archie Panjabi and Zach Grenier teamed up with the non-profit St. Bernard Project to help rebuild New York City homes damaged in the storm.
Margulies also presented St. Bernard Project with a check from The Good Wife for $77,185, which brought the show's total aid commitment to New York's Rockaway Peninsula to $100,000.
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"We knew that 100 episodes is a milestone, so how best to reach back and say thank you to New York for letting us shoot here, and giving us such an incredible community to be a part of," Margulies told ET. "People are still suffering and don't have homes, so we're hoping that this just sparks the light again on a really tragic situation here."
Watch the video for more and to see the stars show off their home repair skills while chipping in to help several grateful homeowners.
The Good Wife can be seen Sundays at 9 p.m. on CBS and the 100th episode is scheduled to air in December.
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