At home, Alicia's doing Internet research on her case and discovers someone recently searched for "types of condoms."
Major mommy freak-out time!
She goes to Zach first and asks him about his girlfriend and if they need to "talk." About sex. Again.
Zach is horrified, and Alicia confesses finding the search on the computer. The tech wunderkind informs her that he knows how to clear a search cache. And then to Alicia's dismay, Zach tells her she might want to talk to Grace.
Next, Alicia visits Grace and interrogates her about Connor and being a Christian. Finally, she outright asks if Grace is thinking of having sex. Her daughter is horrified, as well. "I'm being a good girl," Grace promises.
(Except, of course, Grace later hops on the Internet and searches for "sex." Wonder how many results that came up with?)
Then, Zach uses his computer skills to discover who ran the search, which took place on Thanksgiving.
Turns out it was Grandma. It was Jackie. Guess she and Cristian really are getting closer!
Now, it's Alicia's turn to be horrified. (Ours, too.)
"Zach, we never speak of this again," she says.
"I'm good with that," he replies. (Us, too!)
End of the affair
Nick drops by Lockhart Gardner to ask that Cary be taken off his case. When Alicia asks why, he says that Cary threatened to spill about the drugs he's smuggling via his tow truck company.
Alicia pretends to talk to the partners, then informs him that they're dropping him as a client. He puts on his menacing face again and warns her not to tell anyone about the drugs.
After Kalinda finds out what happened, she puts on her menacing face and visits her hubby's tow truck company. She bashes into a car and checks out its trunk -- which is full of drugs.
"It's time to end this," she says.
They meet at the firm's offices, where Kalinda tells Nick she called the cops and that he should run for the border.
Nick calls her bluff, though, and asks what her plan B is. She slowly gets up from her chair, looking as furious as we've ever seen her.
We never see what plan B is, though. The show cuts to a worried Alicia waiting at a bar for Kalinda, who's late.
We're worried, too, until Kalinda shows up, a strange expression on her face. She assures Alicia that everything's OK and Nick is gone for good.
We thought Kalinda would do anything to protect her friends, especially Alicia, but would she kill?
If she did, at least she'd have very good defense attorneys.
See what fans had to say about the episode, then weigh in with your opinions in the comments section below!
I'd rather have something way more definitive than that. Like dumping his body over a bridge, or into a plastic tub of acid. #GoodWife— Noel Kirkpatrick (@noelrk) December 3, 2012
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