Cary decides to give his father a chance, and over breakfast, it seems like Papa Agos wants to repair their relationship "before it's too late."
But later, when Cary presses him on what's going on, Nestory reveals his true purpose: to get a job recommendation from Diane Lockhart. Bad Dad, very bad Dad!
Meanwhile, in the ongoing drama of the Lockhart Gardners' financial situation, Clarke Hayden decides that Burl Preston's firm might be a good candidate to buy them out.
Diane and Will see bloody murder and hatch a diabolical plan that requires a diabolical ally: David Lee. He might hate Will and Diane, but he hates losing control even more.
Turns out Burl only wants Lockhart Gardner for family law. And wouldn't you know, David Lee's contract gets rewritten so that he can leave if the firm is sold.
Better the devil you know, right?
As for Therese's case, she makes the rounds at the FCC but can't keep her potty mouth shut.
Things don't seem to be going her way, until Burl Preston accidentally lets slip a bit of info. The network actually gained viewers thanks to her stunt, so it can't sue for damages.
With the case won, an amused Alicia watches Therese's newest routine.
"It really only looks like Brazil when it's erect; otherwise, it's more like New Jersey."
Sometimes, you laugh when you want to cry. And other times ... a joke's just funny.
"The Good Wife" airs Sundays at 9PM on CBS.