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As "The Good Wife" is back on CBS with an unexpected storyline, it has once again proved to be the best in taking its viewers through surprising plots.

The premiere episode of season 6 of the American legal drama titled "The Line" took a shocking twist in the story line with the arrest of Cary (Matt Czuchry). Though Alicia managed to raise the bail amount of $1.3 million with the help of Lemond Bishop, the frontman for Bishop's legitimate businesses and a Dexter Roja, prosecutor Finley "Finn" Polmar (Matthew Goode) argued that it is drug money and urged the judge to deny bail.

Since Cary may not be released from the prison, the drug lord Bishop may look up for a possible solution to solve the case. So, he may kill Cary to protect his own interests, reports The New York Times.

However, the official synopsis of "The Good Wife" season 6 episode 2 titled "Trust Issue" reads, "Alicia scrambles to hold onto Florrick/Agos' biggest client as the firm continues to struggle with an internal legal crisis. Meanwhile, Diane continues to plot her move from Lockhart/Gardner and looks for partners to bring with her to the new firm" as per Epoch Times.

As the name suggests the title may indicate the trust between Alicia and Cary as she may find it difficult to get him out of the jail. She was being advised by Finn to stay away from Cary's case and requested her not to drag him to the plot.

Meantime, "Trust Issue" may also lead to Diane Lockhart's (Christine Baranski) promise to make Florrick/Agos the biggest firm of the country. Because Louis Canning (Michael J. Fox) and David Lee (Zach Grenier) have already plotted plans to seduce her clients to make it difficult for Diane to join her new firm with $38 million, states TV Line.

It remains to be seen whether Cary will be released from jail or will he be killed by the drug lord for protecting his own interest. Will Diane prove her ability to save guard Florrick/Agos? Will Alicia decide to run for State's Attorney?