“I am so sorry,” whispers a tearful Henry Rindell (Paul Guilfoyle) to his daughter Maia (Rose Leslie) in the preview trailer for the Season 1 finale of CBS All Access’s “The Good Fight” (watch above). Does that mean Henry is finally confessing to his crimes in setting up the Ponzi scheme that ruined their Rindell family name, or is he instead simply apologizing for all of the trouble the event has caused Maia? Find out this Sunday, April 16 when “The Good Fight” streams its highly anticipated Season 1 finale.
Something else that catches our eye from the 30-second promo is the fact that Diane Lockhart’s (Christine Baranski) estranged husband Kurt McVeigh (Gary Cole) has blood on his face. He and Diane appear to be on the beach together, which begs the question, did they get in a physical altercation where she scratched his face?
“There are a whole lot of people who want to see this country fail,” says Adrian Boseman (Delroy Lindo) during a late-night meeting in the office with Diane. “It feels like something’s come detached. The only constant we have is the law.” After last week’s episode in which Adrian asked Diane if she ever wanted to grab dinner together, it’s clear the two are developing a strong friendship.
Adrian’s lines are intercut with a huge protest march somewhere in Chicago, where Diane, Marissa Gold (Sarah Steele) and investigator Jay Dipersia (Nyambi Nyambi) are watching with mouths agape. Alt-right villain Felix Staples (John Cameron Mitchell) from the sixth episode also makes a return appearance. But does he meet with Diane to apologize her, or to antagonize her?
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