Suits (2011–2019)
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Mike teams up with his future father-in-law after Jessica says no to his case. Meanwhile, Harvey uses Charles Barkley to retaliate against Jack Soloff, but the fight and another confrontation with Donna triggers another anxiety attack.

Director:

Anton Cropper (as Anton L. Cropper)

Writers:

Aaron Korsh (created by), Chris Downey
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Gabriel Macht ... Harvey Specter
Patrick J. Adams ... Mike Ross
Rick Hoffman ... Louis Litt
Meghan Markle ... Rachel Zane
Sarah Rafferty ... Donna Paulsen
Gina Torres ... Jessica Pearson
Christina Cole ... Dr. Paula Agard
John Pyper-Ferguson ... Jack Soloff
Aloma Wright ... Gretchen
Wendell Pierce ... Robert Zane
Charles Barkley ... Charles Barkley
Arlene Duncan ... Emma Powell
Frank Chiesurin ... Will
Marie Ward ... Jennifer
Allegra Fulton ... Judge Hernandez
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Storyline

Harvey brings some star power to his ongoing conflict with Jack Soloff a conflict that Louis and Donna can't seem to stay clear of. Mike brings in Robert Zane to co-counsel a case, pitting his instincts as a lawyer against his desire to stay in his future father-in-law's good graces. And while Jessica mediates between Mike and Zane, she tasks Rachel with an unusual assignment.

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

Certificate:

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Trivia

Meghan Markle and Wendell Pierce previously appeared in Horrible Bosses (2011) together. See more »

Quotes

Robert Zane: [to Mike] Where the hell were you? I'm standing up here with my dick in my hand, and you're out having a soda.
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Connections

References Stripes (1981) See more »

Soundtracks

Greenback Boogie
(uncredited)
Written by Curtis Mayfield
Performed by Ima Robot
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Good but could be much better
9 July 2015 | by frazzleySee all my reviews

Overall I mainly enjoyed this episode but there were sections that I felt weren't as good.

The Donna leaving plot is starting to tire for me. At first it provided a twist but now it seems people are just arguing over her and she is left complaining and angry - given less time to show off the Donna 'charm' that makes her such a likable character. I also don't like the panic attacks and the fact Harvey is seeing a therapist, I feel this adds nothing to the show and seems out of character for me. This along with the fact that Harvey was on the receiving end of others plots' made his character less interesting than before - he also seems to have more angry moments towards people, which is fine and part of his personality but feels overused recently. The new character Jack is forgettable and doesn't seem to have a big enough reason to chase after Harvey.

The parts I did like was the 'power struggle' (for lack of a better term) between Robert and Mike, this was enjoyable to watch and showed how much Mike had progressed as a lawyer. The growing relationship between Rachael and Jessica also made sense and showed potential. Also, I thought the penultimate scene in the courtroom was fantastic and great watching.


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

8 July 2015 (USA) See more »

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