Alicia and Cary represent a billionaire who, in trying to settle a wrongful termination suit, ends up making insensitive comments that scuttle the settlement and jeopardizes their chances of prevailing in voir dire. Eli, still assisting Finn in his campaign, reveals he's been cleared of all wrongdoing in the Jeffrey Grant shooting; the State's Attorney, James Castro is named as the one responsible. In an attempt to protect his own campaign, Castro presents Peter a photo of Finn exiting Alicia's apartment, insinuating that the two are having sex. Eli learns of the true nature of Alicia's and Peter's marriage after reprimanding a government intern for getting too close to Peter. Diane and Canning are at odds with each other again after they realize a conflict of interest exists between Diane's new co-counsel on a class action lawsuit and Canning's newest client, the defendant in the class action lawsuit.