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Diane goes on an upscale hunting trip to Wyoming with Kurt and many of his rich Republican friends. She hopes to land a new big money client for the firm now that they’ve lost Chum Hum. She sets her sights on a tech billionaire but assumes she’s talking to his wife when it’s actually his call girl. 

Diane gets into a debate with one of Kurt’s good friends, R.G. who is a staunch Republican and supporter of the pro-life cause. They carry on a civil but heated debate on the issues for over two hours while in a hunting blind. R.G. even gets Diane to shoot a deer. To her surprise and possible dismay, she enjoys it. 

Later Diane finds out that R.G. is also a billionaire who owns several companies and is looking for new legal representation. She’s shocked when he agrees to consider her firm despite their differences.

It’s election day back in Chicago and Peter gives an interview saying that he’s sure Alicia is going to win which Josh and Johnny believe will keep voters away and cause Alicia to lose the election. Alicia thinks Peter did it on purpose because he’s angry she called him a racist during her campaign. 

As her advisors scramble, Alicia plays the video game Halo with Marissa and Finn. She asks Finn out to dinner but he says he’s seeing someone. Later, Peter gives a speech in downtown Chicago, snarling traffic in an area that is pro-Prady.

Alicia wins the election. She asks Prady to be her Deputy but he turns her down. When Elfman sees Alicia and Peter in the spotlight he decides to take the job in California. He tells Marissa to help take care of Alicia.

Lemond Bishop tells Kalinda she is being followed by the State’s Attorney’s office. He also decides to retire from the drug business for his son’s sake but will need Alicia’s help to stay out of jail and he wants Kalinda to be a go-between.  

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The Good Wife Season 6 Episode 16 Quotes

(to Peter) Let's just get through this, then we can get back to you using me politically.


So you don't personally think I'm a racist but saw political advantage in calling me a racist.