The Good Wifestar Julianna Margulies chatted with ET on the set of her hit CBS drama and revealed what she'd most like to see before the show wraps up for the sixth season.
If she had her pick, Alicia Florrick could use a lot more romance.
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"She needs a little something something," Julianna said. "She needs to let her hair down. I think she needs to just loosen up a little bit."
Alicia did have a steamy makeout session with handsome campaign manager Johnny Elfman (Steven Pasquale), but for Julianna that was too little, too late.
"It had been a long time since she kissed anyone," Julianna said. "That was the first time she'd kissed anyone in a year and a half."
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Co-star Christine Baranski also weighed in on the show featuring more storylines inspired by real-life headlines.
"We're dealing with abortion, gay rights, gun control," Christine said. "We did a Bitcoin episode before anyone knew what Bitcoin was."
At times the show could be considered ahead of its time. Just as Alicia has won the race for state's attorney on the fictional TV show, Hillary Clinton is expected to announce her candidacy for President of the United States over the weekend.
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"We're seeing what it's like for a woman to run for political office, and how hard that is," Christine said.
Watch the video for more. The Good Wife airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.