The Good Wife season 5 spoilers What will happen in the Season 5 finale of "The Good Wife"? Photo: The Good Wife

After the crazy, nail-biting, remote-throwing season “The Good Wife” just had you must be dreaming if you think we’re going to miss the final episode of Season 5. Episode 22, “A Weird Year,” will air Sunday, May 18 at 9:00 p.m. EDT and according to reports, this is one episode you will not want to miss—seriously.

How do we know? Well, thanks to a recently leaked synopsis we can officially confirm all the shenanigans that will be going down in the season finale. And hear me you, all your cravings for drama will surely be filled in the last episode of the fifth season.

“An open feed from a camera mistakenly left on after a teleconferenced deposition between the lawyers of Florrick/Agos and Lockhart/Gardner reveals a threat to the firm that Alicia and Cary never saw coming,” the summary for episode 22 teases. “Meanwhile, the fate of Lockhart/Gardner hangs in the balance as Louis Canning views for a larger role.”

That’s right! Michael J. Fox will be reprising his role as Louis in the season finale of “Good Wife,” which only bolsters our argument that episode 22 will be the episode to watch. But Fox won’t be the only guest star to dust off his “Good Wife” shoes. According to reports, Stockard Channing will also be making her way back to the set to reappear as Alicia’s Mother, Veronica Loy, in addition to Mary Beth Peil’s who plays the role of Jackie Florrick, the mother of Peter Florrik and mother-in-law of Alicia.

“Also, Alicia entrusts Zach’s high school graduation party to Jackie and Veronica, on the fifth season finale of ‘The Good Wife,’” the synopsis for episode 22 continued.

The season finale of “The Good Wife” will be written and directed by Executive Producers Robert and Michelle King.

Will you be watching the Season 5 finale? Chime in with your thoughts of how “The Good Wife” will end in the comments section below and don’t forget to tune into the hit CBS drama when it airs episode 20, “The Deep Web,” on Sunday, May 4 at 9 p.m. EDT.