This Tuesday, 10 P.M. New York time, we will find out if Carey or Alicia gets laid-off at the law firm on "The Good Wife." Not too much suspense there since the show can't continue without Alicia and the sexual tension between Will and her. Also, the coming attractions showed her pleading with Diane that she needs the job and Diane putting on the muscle for Alicia to cough up the name of her contacts.
Where the suspense will be is in how Carey, a member of the Lucky Sperm Club, handles a setback. He entered as a first-year junior associate cocky and hasn't grown. He was even naive enough to attempt to cross to the other side of the tracks and the emotional chasm and begin a romance with Kalinda, the enigmatic private eye who's on everyone's side and no body's side. Had Carey matured during his entry-level job and extreme times in the legal industry, he would have searched for a mate among his own tribe.
Will Carey be written out of the script or will he run back to Stern, former partner at the firm who set up his own practice, and try to get back that offer of employment. To bolster his chances of staying with this current law firm, Carey ratted out that offer to Will as well as offers made by Stern to other members of the firm. In addition, he got information from one of Stern's employees, a woman he was toying with, who got fired after it helped Alicia win on behalf of her client.