The Good Wife Season 7 Episode 3 titled “Cooked” is on tonight on CBS at 9:00 P.M. ET/PT following Madam Secretary, read on for spoilers, synopsis and trailers.
The CBS.com Official Episode Synopsis:
Alicia and Lucca work together on a complicated court case involving a designer drug dealer. Also, Eli encourages Alicia and Veronica (Stockard Channing) to participate in a mother/daughter cooking show to help Peter’s campaign, with disastrous results.”
In tonight’s episode it seems that the rivalry between Eli and Ruth continues as she insists that Alicia and her mother Veronica appear on a cooking show together. Eli thinks this is a bad idea, but Ruth makes him “be professional” about it and get Alicia and her mother on board to show dedication to their family and help her husband’s presidential campaign. Alicia and Veronica end up doing the cooking show and something terrible happens as a result, and Ruth and Eli are bound to butt heads yet again.
After mistakenly hiring a terrible P.I. and promptly firing her, Alicia brings on Jason Crouse (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) as her new P.I. There is an attraction between them, which becomes more apparent when he accepts her salary offer which was less than half of Diane’s. Since Alicia and new friend and colleague Lucca are working a difficult drug case together, there is a good chance they will need Jason’s expert investigation skills.
Howard comes to Alicia for legal advice after Cary “that little gerbil” and his associates attempt to push him out of the firm due to his laziness and bad business practices. He is blaming ageism on his conflicts, but Alicia is quick to let him know that he is lazy and needs to work harder telling him “he doesn’t do anything.”
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Howard (Jerry Adler) comes to Alicia (Julianna Margulies) for legal advice about being pushed out of his firm by his associates. Alicia tells him to work harder.
Diane (Christine Baranski) and Cary (Matt Czuchry) discuss getting the partners together to talk about Alicia.
Rivals Eli (Alan Cumming) and Ruth (Margo Martindale) have a disagreement when Ruth suggests he get Alicia and her mother Veronica (Stockard Channing) to appear on a cooking show together to help Peter’s campaign.