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"Threesome" is the ninth episode of the first season of The Good Wife and the ninth episode overall. It was written by Ted Humphrey and directed by James Whitmore, Jr..

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Amber Madison, the prostitute, appears on a Chelsea Lately, and allows Chelsea to say Alicia is a little frigid. She later starts calling Alicia's office. She tells Peter to make her stop and he threatens Amber to protect his family, but Alicia confronts her. Alicia deals with tricky office politics when she's asked to represent the firm's senior partner, Jonas Stern, after he's arrested for DUI and battery against a cop. Stern wants to be in charge of his own case, but Alicia proves to him that she is a good lawyer and he lets her take charge. Zach and Grace tell Alicia that they know about their father's affair. In his room, Zach's friend, Becca, helps him with his "social studies," but Alicia moves his computer out of his bedroom when she finds out, so he plays a Muslim music CD given to him by Becca to express his rebellion. Jackie finds the CD, and Alicia confronts Zach, who brusque with her regarding their father's case. Stern learns his fellow partner, Will, has checked out his files, he confronts him and tells them he will bankrupt the firm before they push him out. Alicia figures out that Stern suffers from dementia, but she cannot tell anyone because of attorney/client privilege. After it is revealed that the police officer didn't place the results of Jonas' sobriety test on the report that indicated he was sober, the judge dismisses the DUI and reduces the battery charges to misdemeanor assault and time served. Jonas tells Diane that he is leaving to start his own firm and he is taking a third of their business with him. He offers Alicia a job, but she turns it down. Stern then tells Alicia that her husband was set up and they will never let him out of prison ever. In the parking garage, Amber confronts Alicia face to face, and tells her that Peter had threatened to hurt her, but Alicia ignores her and drives away. In the end, Alicia goes into Peter's room and kisses him. With a bewildered look on his face, he watches her walk away.

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  • This episode first aired on November 24, 2009.
  • On its first airing, this episode attracted 12.53 million viewers.

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