The Good Wife 100th Episode Spoilers: Promo Photos And Trailer For 'The Decision Tree,' Jason O'Mara And Nathan Lane Guest Star!
By Staff Writer | November 19, 2013 03:51 PM EST
"The Good Wife" will hit its landmark 100th episode in a few weeks, and a slew of promo photos and trailer for "The Decision Tree" has fans even more excited!
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"The Good Wife" 100th episode is titled "The Decision Tree" and is closely tied to events of episode 99, titled "Whack-a-Mole."
According to TVLine, episode 99 of "The Good Wife" deals with Alicia attempting to hold a website accountable for commenters when things get out of hand. Meanwhile, Will hires Damian Boyle (Jason O'Mara), an attorney with ties to organized crime.
Incidentally, episode 99 will also be the first time Will and Diane step foot in Florrick/Agos, which should prove interesting.
But, all of this will lead to the 100th episode, where Florrick/Agos and Lockhart/Gardner fight over a bequeathal from the late Matthew Ashbaugh (John Noble).
"There's going to be a whole act where [Alicia and Will] use what they know about each other from their love affair in a courtroom battle," says "The Good Wife" co-creator Robert King.
"They're going to basically undercut each other every step of the way."
To check out additional promo photos of the 100th episode, click here.
As seen from the photos, both O'Mara and Nathan Lane will guest star, and perhaps there will be more surprises along the way.
Be sure to check out "The Good Wife" 100th episode when it airs December 1.
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