‘The Good Fight’ Season 4 Episode 7 Preview: What does Jeffrey Epstein’s death have to do with Memo 618?

Final episode’s court docket case involving a trans lady’s rights to compete within the Olympics dealt with some very controversial subjects, however that was apparently only a heat up. Within the season finale, attorneys Reddick, Boseman and Lockhart are despatched to examine the death of Jeffrey Epstein himself — primarily, to discover out whether or not or not his death was a suicide.

Jeffrey Epstein’s death, an obvious suicide, is the topic of a large number of conspiracy theories — all of which Liz Reddick (Audra McDonald) is making an attempt to ignore. The promo for the subsequent episode does not clarify why, but it surely reveals that Liz has been tasked with discovering the causes behind Epstein’s death and she or he is utilizing the total sources of the agency to get to the underside of the thriller. She is seen tasking the agency’s workers with gathering as a lot stable proof as attainable.

Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski), for her half, continues her Memo 618 investigations, which seem to be tied to Epstein’s case. It is smart, because the Memo was crafted to shield the wealthy and highly effective, a class that Epstein fell squarely into earlier than his arrest. Diane says of Memo 618 that, “Jeffery Epstein’s life was constructed on it” — a press release that’s all however confirmed by the person who assigned Liz the Epstein case within the first place, earlier than he walks away. 

Mysteries and conspiracies have been in every single place this season, and although Diane is inching nearer to lastly getting solutions, there are those that are like Marissa Gold (Sarah Steele), who consider that there simply is likely to be one unanswered query too many. With this being the season finale, nonetheless, there could also be a couple of thriller that’s lastly solved. Bizarrely, the promo additionally features a temporary alternate between Jay Dipersia (Nyambi Nyambi) and Lucca Quinn (Cush Jumbo) about intercourse slaves, in house. What that has to do with something stays to be seen, however ‘The Good Struggle’ has at all times been good at giving compelling causes to take ridiculous topics severely. 

Due to coronavirus issues, this season of ‘The Good Struggle’ was minimize quick, making this episode the season finale. Simply how that impacts the storyline is unclear, however it is going to doubtless imply that this season ends on a cliffhanger. Luckily, it has already been renewed for one more season. So all unresolved mysteries not less than maintain the promise of eventual decision.

This episode, ‘The Gang Discovers Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein’, airs on Could 28 on CBS All Entry. 

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