AVClub: And just like that, the wiretap boys are back. When Lucca and Alicia take on a case that ends up leading back to the NSA, where three-hops are still going strong. “Lies” taps into the sprawling universe of The Good Wife and does so in a way that’s fluid and balanced. There are many moving parts to “Lies,” which manages to throw the voter fraud scandal, Louis Canning, the NSA, Jason’s past, and even a reference to Will Gardner all into the pot and yet never feels too busy. It’s a heavily serialized episode relying on a lot of the past, but it still moves the story forward and uncovers new truths as old lies continue to unspool.