The Good Wife exists in an alternate universe where wealthy people are constantly saying and doing clickbait-worthy, but awful, things online. Even if we're supposed to be rooting for Alicia and her clients, when bajillionaire one percenter James Paisley (Tom Skerritt) compares himself to Anne Frank and the Jews of Nazi Germany, it's oddly satisfying. Here's someone being just as clueless and horrible as you, the 99 percent, expect him to be. Despite being "victimized" for profiting off of other people's money, the one percent have nothing in common with the Jews, and Alicia has to bring in a Holocaust survivor to drive that point home.
But he keeps going: he thinks poor people are lazy, he thinks your vote should be tied to your tax bracket, and there are too many have-nots in the country. Paisley even calls Alicia a one percenter. Despite being not quite rich enough, she certainly has the Paisley cluelessness down – to quote Financial Daily Watch's Don Keats, "Actually, this is Don. Steven is the black guy to my right." (That's the second time in two weeks that Alicia hasn't been able to tell black people apart.)
But while Paisley and Alicia were on the air insulting Jews, black people, Italians, Greeks and the poor, there was a story that didn't make the papers. Peter finds out that Finn at one point or another left Alicia's apartment just as the show emphasizes that Finn is single (well, divorced). We're 99 percent sure that the two won't start sharing meaningful looks until halfway through season six, but in the meantime we have to deal with Peter creeping on unpaid interns.