The comedienne stars as an sexual freedom advocate who runs a website that arranges extra-marital liaisons
Now you see her; now you don't. Kalinda bows out, facing unflinching hostility from Alicia, and is apparently going to work for another law firm, headed by a former (female) lover. Then Kalinda finds out that the new firm has sub-contracted to handle some legal affairs for the State's Attorney's Office, which means she's going to be working with Peter Florrick, the agent of her falling-out with Peter's wife. So back she goes to Lockhart & Gardner, determined, evidently, to endure Alicia's unforgiving rancor and possibly to win, once again, her friendship. Kalinda also seems bent on nudging Alicia into the waiting but cautious embrace of Will Gardner, who has seemed reconciled to more or less permanent separateness from Alicia, the object of his law school romance.
On the legal front, Alicia is defending Sarah Silverman, who plays the part of an open-marriage advocate whose online efforts to bring together sexually adventurous adults, seeking partners outside of marriage, has resulted in the particularly savage sex-themed murder of one of her clients.
She is being sued by the victim's widow, and the case, to be continued next week, promises to be full of surprises and a demolition of conventional pieties.