In last night’s episode of CBS’s legal drama The Good Wife, Just Say Now was briefly featured in the episode’s plot. Peter Florrick, the character played by Chris Noth, is the main character’s husband making a run for his old seat as the State’s Attorney after being imprisoned for corruption. Peter seeks to make a political comeback by turning out the youth vote on the wave of a medical marijuana initiative in the state.

The show briefly featured a big board featuring the Just Say Now logo, and in a mock-web video, shows Peter speaking with students at a meeting of the fictional “Cook State College” Just Say Now chapter. Below are two screen captures of Just Say Now on The Good Wife.

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Just Say Now authorized the use of our logo and name in the show, and in return, we’re getting the nice big “Just Say Now” sign that we’ll give away as a prize for student organizing for marijuana reform.

Watch last night’s episode on CBS.com – the Just Say Now segment comes about 15-20 minutes into the episode.

In last night’s episode of CBS’s legal drama The Good Wife, Just Say Now was briefly featured in the episode’s plot. Peter Florrick, the character played by Chris Noth, is the main character’s husband making a run for his old seat as the State’s Attorney after being imprisoned for corruption. Peter seeks to make a political comeback by turning out  the youth vote on the wave of a medical marijuana initiative in the state.

The show briefly featured a big board featuring the Just Say Now logo, and in a mock-web video, shows Peter speaking with students at a meeting of the fictional “Cook State College” Just Say Now chapter. Below are two screen captures of Just Say Now on The Good Wife.

The Good Wife Video - Real Deal - CBS.com-2

The Good Wife Video - Real Deal - CBS.com-1-1\

Just Say Now authorized the use of our logo and name in the show, and in return, we’re getting the nice big “Just Say Now” sign that we’ll give away as a prize for student organizing for marijuana reform.

Watch last night’s episode on CBS.com – the Just Say Now segment comes about 15-20 minutes into the episode.

Michael Whitney

Michael Whitney

My name is Michael Whitney. I'm a progressive online organizer working with FDL Action. Rush Limbaugh called me "clueless" once. He went into rehab two days later.