I should preface this by saying that this review is *SPOILER HEAVY*.............. The Scenes with Louis and his Psychiatrist are quite enlightening, i'm really glad they included them in this season as they are very interesting and we get to hear and see how Louis is actually feeling and how he copes with it; as opposed to see him overreact and break down amongst the others.
I don't want to spoil the episode too much, I just want to point out how much this episode shows us what drives each of these characters and what they are good at respectively. The whole prison sub-plot is executed very well and it's great to see Mike trying to help others, even though he isn't exactly doing a great job balancing both aspects of his deal with Harvey. All of that being said, we get another great episode from another great season that thankfully does not disappoint at all. I cannot stress enough of how great of a job Rick Hoffman is doing portraying Louis Litt, even when Louis is at his worst and his reactions can seem melodramatic, Rick Hoffman manages to make him seem not only believable, but relatable in a sense. I'm excited to see what happens next.
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