The Good Wife Spoilers: Season 5 Episode 19 Tying the Knot Airs on April 27, 2014, The Lawyer Becomes a Witness [WATCH VIDEO]

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The Good Wife Spoilers: Season 5 Episode 19 Tying the Knot Airs on April 27, 2014, The Lawyer Becomes a Witness [WATCH VIDEO]
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“The Good Wife” Season 5 Episode 19 “Tying the Knot” will air on Sunday, April 27, 2014, at 9:00 p.m. on CBS. Alicia who is always a lawyer finds herself in the shoes of a witness. Read on to find out more about MNG’s “The Good Wife” spoilers of Season 5 Episode 19 “Tying the Knot,” including a brief recap of the last episode, “All Tapped Out.”

Previously on “The Good Wife” (“All Tapped Out” Season 5 Episode 18 air date: April 20, 2014), Jeff (Zach Woods) took home a flash drive containing confidential files. Afraid of the unknown that awaits him, he met Alicia (Julianna Margulies), along with Carry (Matt Czuchry) and Clarke (Nathan Lane). Being an NSA employee, Carry and Clarke advised him to report what he knew to the general counsel’s office so he can be subjected to the whistleblower act. However, when Jeff went back to work, he found out that he has been demoted.

What Jeff would lose now? He then revealed to Alicia that she was being wiretapped. Jeff was working for the NSA contractor who facilitated Alicia’s wiretapping and the Florrick-Agos. Back then, the firm handles a case concerning a terrorist client. However, even though the case was dropped, the NSA was still wiretapping Alicia. This caused Alicia to warn everyone who was calling her. Peter (Chris Noth), upon learning about this, called the senator and demanded for an answer why his family and the firm was being tapped. The senator denied it, which pushed Peter to remind him about the deal they made at the Westgate Construction. The deal had something to do with the politician’s beloved son. So what was he left to do but to spill the beans. He told Peter the name of the person responsible for the wiretapping.

What’s weird was in this episode, Jeff suddenly was can no longer be found, but gladly the wiretapping was over.

As for the merging of Florrick-Argos and Lockhart-Gardner, here’s what happened. Clarke suggested for Cary to start making decisions on Alicia’s behalf since she was still having a hard time. Then, Cary told Diane (Christine Baranski) about the terms regarding the merging, which led Diane to reconsider things. Before we know it, David (Zach Grenier) introduced Louis Canning (Michael J. Fox) as a substitute partner. Louis took Will’s (Josh Charles) office and would be in charge with his cases. He also told Kalinda (Archie Panjabi) that he was the new Will. Talk about being annoying!

Missed an episode? Read the full recap of the episodes on CBS.

Spoiler Alert: This article contains spoilers about “The Good Wife” Season 5 Episode 19 “Tying the Knot.” Read only if you want to learn more about this episode.

According to the synopsis from Spoilers Guide, Eli (Alan Cumming) intervenes when a not-so-picturesque photo of Zach looms to become a nightmare for Peter.

Meanwhile, Alicia visits her client Colin Sweeney. The supposedly nice chat has taken another turn as a dead body is found at Colin’s home. Alicia, who is always a lawyer, finds herself in the shoes of a witness this time.

“The Good Wife” Season 5 Episode 19 “Tying the Knot” is written by Nichelle Tramble Spellman and directed by Josh Charles.

And that’s it for “The Good Wife” spoilers about Season 5 Episode 23 “Tying the Knot.” It will air on Sunday, April 27, 2014, at 10:00 p.m. on CBS. Stay tuned for more news about “The Good Wife” including spoilers and episode recaps.

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