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• Alicia and Cary won’t leave immediately. Because what fun would that be? The Kings interviewed lawyers about starting their own firms and learned the period between deciding to leave and pulling the trigger is ripe with drama. “You’re trying to quietly solicit clients for the new firm as you get your ducks in order and you feel like a betrayer,” Robert says. The reason for the delay: “Alicia starts to realize that the associates she’s leaving with are thinking idealistically and not like mature partners would. She keeps trying to get them out faster and they want to wait for bonuses,” Margulies says. “Alicia knows that that’s just not going to play out well, and sure enough, it ends up blowing up in her face.”

When we spoke with her, she hadn’t yet filmed the scene in which Will finds out she’s leaving. Alicia will keep it a secret from Will and Diane (Christine Baranski) for as long as she can. (“For as long as we can,” Michelle says.) Margulies told us she was bracing herself, and having now seen the promo below, we understand why. Plus, she’d already seen a preview of Will’s wrath: “I saw this scene yesterday,” she said. “Literally, Alicia stands there while Diane and Will go at each other, and it was just devastating to watch.”

And let’s not forget Kalinda (Archie Panjabi) will be stuck in the middle of Alicia and Will: “In many ways, she reaches a fork in the road of which way to throw her commitment, and that is going to be a dilemma for her in the first part of the year — who does she stand beside?” Robert says.

• Diane’s pursuit of the judgeship is a source of serious tension. It will create a recurring issue for her and Will: “Is Diane doing something to work toward her confirmation or doing something for the firm?” Robert explains. “It’s really like if someone had an affair in a marriage, because in many ways, the business is a marriage. Obviously, Diane’s eye is wandering.” As Margulies explains, “You have to understand, the balance is being not just tipped on my end, but also tipped on her end, and so the whole firm ends up exploding basically.”

Adding to the fun, we’ll be seeing more of David Lee (Zach Grenier, who has become a series regular). “David Lee is everybody’s id, in that he’s always the one who suggests the most violent and unsentimental suggestions,” Robert says. “It allows our characters to sometimes rise above their corrupt id and sometimes not. David Lee is a really good spice for the law firm because he’s basically their W.C. Fields.”

Source: Read more at EW

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