As The Good Wife moves toward May Sweeps and its first season finale, a pair of relationships are on the minds of viewers:
Alicia and Will; and Alicia and Cary.
Regarding the former, fans are wondering if anything will ever happen between these two. (In this week's episode review, I asked if something already had). The only response producer Robert King would offer? Possibly.
“[Will and Alicia have] one of the most complicated relationships... because it really is a friendship that doesn’t want to lose its friendship by going to the next step. There’s an episode [coming up in April] that’s all about not knowing what a jury is thinking and it’s a metaphor for how Alicia and Will can’t get into each other’s heads."
Meanwhile, speaking to Michael Ausiello, King also said the rivalry between Alicia and Cary will explode in May.
The goal of the season, according to King, was to feature a pair of climaxes: The first was "Hi," the episode where Peter gets out. The second] will play into [the rivalry].”
Assuming Alicia wins out - the show is titled The Good Wife, after all, not The Good Young, Male Lawyer - we just hope that doesn't mark the end of Cary on the show. We really like Matt Czuchry in that role.