In a recent interview, Christine Baranski, who plays Diane Lockhart on The Good Wife dished about the possibility of a musical episode on the show.

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Baranski is really rooting for a musical on the show, and speaking to E!Online she reiterated her wish for this to become a reality. "I keep waiting, but it's not in our style," Baranski said. "How cool would it be if Alicia just had a dream where there was a nightmare Christmas party where we could make use of all the musical talent?"

The actress spoke about how she was waiting for her character to break into song, and also gave the viewers a little sample of what that might sound like in the recorded interview.

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"I'm waiting for Diane to have her Sondheim moment," she said. "She would sing 'I'm Still Here'-maybe in season eight."

Here's the official synopsis for the next episode, titled 'Undisclosed Clients':

"The partners of Florrick/Agos/Lockhart find themselves at odds when they voice different opinions regarding the company's future. Also, the firm falls victim to a cyber-hack after it takes on the case of a movie producer whose work is pirated on a peer-to-peer sharing site." 

'Undisclosed Clients' will air on CBS on March 25.

Watch the interview here: