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The Good Wife, Julianna Margulies, Alan Cumming

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If you thought you've seen The Good Wife's Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies) at her angriest, it's time to think again. When The Good Wife returns with new episodes on Sunday, Jan. 10, viewers will be transported right back to that confrontation between Alicia and Eli (Alan Cumming).

The midseason finale ended with Eli revealing to Alicia that he deleted her voicemail from Will Gardner (Josh Charles) at the end of season one. You know the voicemail we're talking about, the one where he confessed to loving her and asking her to make a go of it (refresh your memory below). Eli, racked with guilt after getting his own heart broken, made the admission and broke Alicia's heart all over again. She told him to get out. End of scene…for that episode. In "Iowa," viewers will see the fallout and there's a sneak peek below. Don't make Alicia angry. You wouldn't like Alicia when she's angry.

If you thought Alicia let Eli off easy, think again. #TheGoodWife returns with new episodes on Sunday, January 10th.

Posted by The Good Wife on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Later in the episode, the entire Florrick family (including Graham Phillips' Zach!) hit the campaign trail in Peter's (Chris Noth) bus…and they're squeezed in there with Eli and Ruth (Margo Martindale). Once in Iowa, Peter attempts a very risky stunt to gain votes for his presidential bid. David Krumholtz returns as political analyst Josh Mariner and Mo Rocca reprises his role of Ted Willoughby. MSNBC's Chris Matthews appears as himself.

Refresh yourself on the voicemail that started it all below.

The Good Wife returns Sunday, Jan. 10 at 9 p.m. on CBS.