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Old 02-22-2017, 02:05 AM
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Old 02-23-2017, 01:39 AM
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I thought it was a good episode. I'm enjoying Donna's storyline. I felt bad that those guys were jerks about her but I like that her partner didnt want to continue his idea without her and also that the other guy stu? agreed to take them on. That was a nice moment.

SO GLAD THAT HARVEY AND MIKE worked it out and that ending scene was so great. I love that Harvey said Mike was just like him. They are just so cute and I am so glad to have scenes between them again. The scene with Rachel and Harvey was great too.

Small d/h scene this week but at least we got some interaction. And any scene with Donna encouraging Harvey is good in my books.

I want Louis to break up with whats her face. Like, she is just so annoying, shes always upset about something it seems. I realize that Louis telling her about Mike was hard to hear but if she truly loved him shed be able to forgive it, just like Rachel did with mike.

I hate to say it because i know a lot of people loved Jessica but I really dont miss her much at all, and I think its because the storylines this season are focused on our core 4 characters, so I am enjoying this season a heck of a lot more than last!
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I thought it was a good episode. I'm enjoying Donna's storyline. I felt bad that those guys were jerks about her but I like that her partner didnt want to continue his idea without her and also that the other guy stu? agreed to take them on. That was a nice moment.

SO GLAD THAT HARVEY AND MIKE worked it out and that ending scene was so great. I love that Harvey said Mike was just like him. They are just so cute and I am so glad to have scenes between them again. The scene with Rachel and Harvey was great too.

Small d/h scene this week but at least we got some interaction. And any scene with Donna encouraging Harvey is good in my books.

I want Louis to break up with whats her face. Like, she is just so annoying, shes always upset about something it seems. I realize that Louis telling her about Mike was hard to hear but if she truly loved him shed be able to forgive it, just like Rachel did with mike.

I hate to say it because i know a lot of people loved Jessica but I really dont miss her much at all, and I think its because the storylines this season are focused on our core 4 characters, so I am enjoying this season a heck of a lot more than last!
I understand why some viewers think The Donna storyline is silly but I like that it's led to us seeing a more vulnerable side to the real Donna. It's good to see Stu again too, and both he and Donna showed grace and humility by re-assessing their first conversation, then agreeing to work together. And despite my disappointment that this storyline started with Benjamin basically being a stalker, his loyalty to Donna is admirable.

Any scene between Gabriel and Sarah is satisfying, but I, for one, am glad that Donna is getting a story that's not about Darvey. For a long time, I was critical of how the writing for Rachel was almost completely focused on her relationship with Mike, until the Leonard Bailey case finally showed us a fuller picture of the real Rachel Zane. The only reason I didn't have the same complaint about Donna was simply because she's not only awesome as Harvey's executive assistant but also as his voice of reason and emotional guru. The fact is, however, we don't know Donna that well outside of her job or without being defined by her working relationship with Harvey.

I like that Louis told Tara the truth about his involvement with Mike's fraud, and I totally respect that Tara needs time to process learning about this less appealing side to Louis. If you will recall, Rachel was very upset with Mike and needed time to process when Mike told her the truth about his secret--she didn't automatically accept it and forgive him, and neither should Tara with Louis.

I loved Rachel and Louis's heart-to-heart. Of course, it didn't prevent Louis from having a meltdown when Tara didn't react the way he wanted her to, but at least Louis was willing to listen to Rachel and take her advice. He'll benefit in the long run, regardless of whether Tara accepts it and forgives.

There is no "core 4" in Suits. It became, essentially, an ensemble show as the series progressed, a "core 6", and Jessica's absence has left a gaping hole, and a power vacuum, at PSL. I doubt Mike's storyline would've progressed the way it has had Jessica been around to rein in Harvey's impulses and keep the best interest of the firm in balance with Harvey putting Mike's best interests over that of the firm (which he's repeatedly done over the years). Jessica had far more impact on the storylines about the firm than either Donna or Rachel.

"You really are like me, aren't you?" "Unfortunately." Many a truth is said in jest. Mike has indeed become a miniature Harvey Specter, in good and not-necessarily-so-good ways. Harvey thrives by working in ethically ambiguous areas, and Mike has learned to swim like an Olympian shark in muddy waters. The ends justify the means, for better and worse. I love their partnership and friendship, and their intentions are almost always noble, but, obviously, they're not above stepping pretty low to get the job done. Given Nathan's attitude about keeping his clinic's reputation clean, I think Mike's done once Nathan learns how Mike got into the Bar (assuming Mike does get into the Bar). In a way, I hope I'm wrong because I never want Mike to forget why he wanted to become a lawyer in the first place, and I like the idea of Mike using his gifts to make life better for people who can't afford to hire high-powered attorneys, but I think he may have to find another way of doing that in season 7.

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Old 02-24-2017, 02:14 AM
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Well have to agree to disagree. I liked Jessica but i dont find her lack of presence "gaping" at all.

And I do see the remaining characters as the core 4 since they are the ones left at the firm. i am excluding Rachel because in my own opinion I just never cared for her character and dont think she brings to the table what the other four do.
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It's okay to disagree That's what makes for a discussion....and this is a discussion thread I like Jessica a lot, but I don't miss her as much either

Finally watched the episode

I loved how Rachel played Michelle Ross again That made me laugh!

I loved the Mike/Harvey scenes....especially Harvey saying to Mike 'You really are like me' I just looooove that we're having those season 1 scenes between them!

And I felt bad for Donna, I really thought she nailed the interview! Stupid guys for looking down at her. Glad Stu reacted the way he did
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