Suits (2011– )
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Mike deals with the blow back on his prison case; Harvey tries to tell Donna about his relationship with Paula. Louis past behavior comes back to haunt him.

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Mike deals with the blow back on his prison case; Harvey tries to tell Donna about his relationship with Paula. Louis past behavior comes back to haunt him.

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Louis tells Katrina that he had been sued for sexual harassment before Katrina joined the firm. However, Katrina joined the firm in season 2, episode 11 ("Blind-Sided") while Louis was sued by Monica Eton and Daniel Hardman in season 2, episode 14 See more »

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References Suits: Meet the New Boss (2012) See more »

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the 98th episode of a show about a subject that I didn't think I liked... and i'm more invested than ever!
20 August 2017 | by (Groningen, the Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Suits is just such a clever show, and this episode once again proved that to me. Every line of dialogue is scripted so well and the clashes between intelligent minds torn between justice, money, pride and truthfulness are epic and just as I'd expect them to be in real life.

The relationships are surprisingly interesting as well. This episode I realized how in the conversations between Harvey and Paula, they also talk in the style of their profession sometimes. You can hear Paula giving philosophical-ish quotes like "you knew it yourself, but wanted to hear it from someone else", while Harvey might respond unnecessarily harshly at times, as if he's defending someone in court. This adds to the cleverness and realism of the show that I've grown to love.

And this all comes from someone who didn't think he would like a show about lawyers. Boy was I wrong and boy, am I glad I gave this show a try.


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