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Know When to Fold 'Em 

A persistent attorney goes after one of Harvey's clients; Mike is faced with a difficult decision; former name partner Charles Van Dyke returns with revenge on his mind.

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A persistent attorney goes after one of Harvey's clients; Mike is faced with a difficult decision; former name partner Charles Van Dyke returns with revenge on his mind.

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3 April 2014 (USA)  »

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Harvey tells James Quelling 'I make my own luck', this is also a line spoken by Harvey Dent, two-face, in Batman the Dark Knight. Both are in reference to gambling. See more »

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Jessica Pearson: When you love a woman, can you stand the thought of her being with another man?
Louis Litt: No.
Jessica Pearson: Well, Louis, Van Dyke is trying to get into Pearson Specter's pants. What are you going to do about it?
Louis Litt: I'm gonna put on a goddamn chastity belt.
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How Can You Mend a Broken Heart
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Written by Barry Gibb & Robin Gibb
Performed by Al Green
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a time capsule review (FEB 2016)
6 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

Every now and then I will do a "time capsule" review for the IMDb because I firmly believe that the IMDb database will still be in play a century from now (possibly implanted directly into users) and I want viewers of the future to better understand the foibles of my generation.

First, the basic review. Another riff on two often-used arcs: Mike is not who he seems, and someone takes a run at Harvey. Not the best of SUITS not the worst. Middle of the road. OK episode.

But the REAL reason for the review is this. What does it say about our society if on TV (A) one of the best lawyers in the biz is not a real lawyer (SUITS) and (B) one of the best lawman in the biz is not a real lawman (BANSHEE or POI, pick one!) (C) one of the best doctors around is actually a narcissist and borderline sociopath (HOUSE) and (D) one of the best investigators in the biz does not believe the government he works for (XFILES REBOOT) ....? I don't have answers for these questions but I think they are worth asking.


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