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Holy Shit, "The Good Wife" Threw Some Serious Canadian Shade At America

"Let's leave the land of guns and gangs behind us, shall we?"

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Sunday night's episode of The Good Wife took place in Toronto's Pearson Airport, as Jeff Dellinger (a self-described "C-list Edward Snowden") attempted to go through customs to return to the United States.

(Dellinger is played by Silicon Valley's Zach Woods, who is just a delight.)
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(Dellinger is played by Silicon Valley's Zach Woods, who is just a delight.)

At the last minute, Jeff changed his mind, but the fuzz already spotted him. The problem? The U.S. and Canadian officers couldn't agree whether he was on American or Canadian soil.

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Ohhhhh shit, it's a JURISIDICTION DISPUTE.

Obviously, this meant that Alicia (Julianna Margulies) and Lucca (Cush Jumbo) needed to go to the Great White North to defend their client.

DON'T YOU DARE, LUCCA.
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DON'T YOU DARE, LUCCA.

Which meant that they had to deal with this Canadian Justice of the Peace, who gave ZERO FUCKS about the United States.

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And she did NOT let up.

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😂 😂 😂

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PREACH.

Oh, yeah, and this entire trial took place INSIDE Pearson Airport.

Jurisdiction law is weird.
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Jurisdiction law is weird.

Meanwhile, the Communications Security Establishment Canada was busy SPYING ON THE NSA.

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Notice the one guy's Toronto Blue Jays T-shirt!!

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Basically, once The Good Wife ends in May, they should REALLY consider making The Good Wife: Canadian Edition.

You KNOW you would watch it.
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You KNOW you would watch it.