Suits (2011– )
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God's Green Earth 

Mike is furious when Anita Gibbs tries to scare Rachel into making a deal, while he turns to Dana to help save Harvey. A scathing newspaper article damages the firm's reputation, leaving Jack and Louis to resort to desperate measures.

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Mike is furious when Anita Gibbs tries to scare Rachel into making a deal, while he turns to Dana to help save Harvey. A scathing newspaper article damages the firm's reputation, leaving Jack and Louis to resort to desperate measures.

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10 February 2016 (USA)  »

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Greenback Boogie
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Written by Curtis Mayfield
Performed by Ima Robot
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Repetition, repetition
1 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

Suits is entertaining without a doubt, however this episode and the previous two episodes lack the previous witty and clever repartee between the characters. The recurring scenes where Mike springs into action with " I got an idea" or " I know what we need to do" stand out and are obvious and I find that I am just waiting for it to occur. This episode in particular had so many "Goddamns" and variations of "get the hell" and "sh**" running all the way through it over and over again. The characters are behaving like a pack of barking dogs towards each other and then a little bit of schmaltz is introduced to quell the cacophony and attempt to make the viewing audience misty eyed, more like pass the sick bag. Have the writers been replaced? Last season, the episodes were brilliant, so slick, so well orchestrated just a joy to watch but these episodes are seriously lacking.


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