Hardman prepares his takeover of the firm, Jessica appears to be on her way out, and Harvey is nowhere to be found. Meanwhile, Mike turns to the church to come up with a solution for his dilemma with Rachel.

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With their backs against the wall, Jessica and Louis make a last-ditch effort to rally the support of the partners, as Daniel Hardman and Jack Soloff attempt a takeover of the firm. Meanwhile, Mike and Harvey must each face down the demons of their past in order to make potentially life-altering decisions.

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Harvey Specter: What if you're wrong?
Dr. Paula Agard: Then I'll be wrong. And you'll be able to handle that.
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As episode reviews go, i don't like to do them, but DAMN!
29 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

I was starting to lose interest in the show, and was only watching to see how will it end. This season they did start to change few things around, which sparked an interest with me, and then previous episode conclusion made me think, what a fitting end it would be if the show went out it in style. I remember discussing and telling my friends that if I was the writer i would finish the show in the next episode, but he told me that it got approved for 6th season, never the less this was my image:

Harvey see's that there is more to life then his law career, and agrees to Forstman's term and resigns and starts to live his life. Mike resigns because of what Trevor told him and that frees him as well as relieving all of the stress on Rachel. Hardman looses all of his remaining respect as everyone's sees that his words and contracts are meaningless. Louis is left stunned and rushes to Jessica, and the closing scene is Jessica standing all alone in her conference room, realizing that this is now her only life. That apart from this firm she has nothing. Jessica starts to cry.

The whole meaning is that every one got what they deserve, Jessica's obsession with having a law firm, had driven every one away from her, but she is undoubtedly the queen bee there. Litt is still a named partner, but is left reflecting his own life and what is he going to do next. Harvey understands what is the meaning of life and is finally truly happy and free, and Mike is no longer concerned about his past, or his fraudulent life.

I know that it not exactly how it ended, but it was still a great episode, and this leads into the whole of the sixth season is about the trial of Mike Ross and his future.


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