Highlights from the Twenty First Episode of Season 5 of The Good Wife

Alicia manages the fallout when her client’s insensitive statements to the press threaten the fate of a multi-billion dollar merger. Meanwhile, Diane faces a potential conflict of interest when she and Louis Canning are on opposite sides of a class action suit involving a pharmaceutical company. Also, Eli learns the truth about Alicia and Peter’s relationship.

Season 5 Episode 21 - The Good Wife - CBS.com

Season 5 Episode 21 - The Good Wife - CBS.com

“The One Percent” – Alicia manages the fallout when her client’s insensitive statements to the press threaten the fate of a multi-billion dollar merger. Meanwhile, Diane faces a potential conflict of interest when she and Louis Canning are on opposite sides of a class action suit involving a pharmaceutical company. Also, Eli learns the truth about Alicia and Peter’s relationship.
Eli questions Alicia and Finn's relationship in

Eli questions Alicia and Finn's relationship in "The One Percent" S5E21

“The One Percent” – Alicia manages the fallout when her client’s insensitive statements to the press threaten the fate of a multi-billion dollar merger. Meanwhile, Diane faces a potential conflict of interest when she and Louis Canning are on opposite sides of a class action suit involving a pharmaceutical company. Also, Eli learns the truth about Alicia and Peter’s relationship.
Tom Skerritt Reprises His Role as Fortune 500 CEO James Paisley in

Tom Skerritt Reprises His Role as Fortune 500 CEO James Paisley in "The One Percent" S5E21

“The One Percent” – Alicia manages the fallout when her client’s insensitive statements to the press threaten the fate of a multi-billion dollar merger. Meanwhile, Diane faces a potential conflict of interest when she and Louis Canning are on opposite sides of a class action suit involving a pharmaceutical company. Also, Eli learns the truth about Alicia and Peter’s relationship.
Alicia tries to rescue a company merger in

Alicia tries to rescue a company merger in "The One Percent" S5E21

“The One Percent” – Alicia manages the fallout when her client’s insensitive statements to the press threaten the fate of a multi-billion dollar merger. Meanwhile, Diane faces a potential conflict of interest when she and Louis Canning are on opposite sides of a class action suit involving a pharmaceutical company. Also, Eli learns the truth about Alicia and Peter’s relationship.
Eli learns the truth about Alicia and Peter's relationship in

Eli learns the truth about Alicia and Peter's relationship in "The One Percent" S5E21

“The One Percent” – Alicia manages the fallout when her client’s insensitive statements to the press threaten the fate of a multi-billion dollar merger. Meanwhile, Diane faces a potential conflict of interest when she and Louis Canning are on opposite sides of a class action suit involving a pharmaceutical company. Also, Eli learns the truth about Alicia and Peter’s relationship.
David Fonteno as Judge Parks in

David Fonteno as Judge Parks in "The One Percent" S5E21

“The One Percent” – Alicia manages the fallout when her client’s insensitive statements to the press threaten the fate of a multi-billion dollar merger. Meanwhile, Diane faces a potential conflict of interest when she and Louis Canning are on opposite sides of a class action suit involving a pharmaceutical company. Also, Eli learns the truth about Alicia and Peter’s relationship.
Michael J. Fox as Louis Canning in

Michael J. Fox as Louis Canning in "The One Percent" S5E21

“The One Percent” – Alicia manages the fallout when her client’s insensitive statements to the press threaten the fate of a multi-billion dollar merger. Meanwhile, Diane faces a potential conflict of interest when she and Louis Canning are on opposite sides of a class action suit involving a pharmaceutical company. Also, Eli learns the truth about Alicia and Peter’s relationship.