It all came tumbling out in tonight's episode of "The Good Wife." Derek brought Blake along from Washington D.C. as a fixer. Under the cover of being a private investigator, Blake was to check out all the members of the firm. Derek wanted to know who he could count on during a takeover and who would balk.
Also, Blake had worked with Will at another firm, doing some fixing. Was it illegal? That Kalinda didn't get out of Blake before she whacked him with the baseball bat with her prints on it. She now has the bat which could have incriminated her in the attack on the star witness in a trial which Lockhardt Gardner won. Meanwhile, was an email to drug kingpin Bishop planted by Kalinda in Blake's apartment? Or did someone else do that? Or was it an actual communication between Blake and Bishop?
Did Kalinda kill her husband? This bisexual, who's a total enigma, has plenty of secrets. Blake keeps alluding to some of them. After he has the breath knocked out of him by Kalinda with her good baseball bat swing, he laments that he's not her husband.
Meanwhile, the law firm is taking on Bishop as a client. The FBI female agent who is eager to bed down Kalinda warns her that the case will destroy the firm. She offers Kalinda, in addition to sex, a job with the FBI.
Once mortal enemies, Will and Diane are great pals now that they have aligned against Derek. He even escorts her into a room by putting his hand on her back. How long after they kick out Derek will this alliance last. They have such different styles of law and living their lives.