Harvey: “No one likes a gloater, Donna.”
Donna: “Well then I guess the Harvey Specter University of Gloating is going to have to shut down.”
Harvey: “I can still give lectures on the weekend.”
“One-Two-Three-Go...” is the June 11 episode of “Suits.” Reminder: this article has spoilers, so read at your own risk. Be sure to check out the slideshow for more quotes from tonight’s episode. “Suits” airs Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. central on USA.
It's been three months since the finale. Mike seems to have it all, but Sitwell isn't happy. I like that Mike isn't instantly excelling. Yeah, he is doing a decent job, but he hasn't hit a home run yet. It would have felt too easy if things were going great for Mike, and where is the fun in that? Also, I love that we see a bit of the office where Mike works. His secretary Amy is very entertaining. No one can beat Donna, though. Are you liking Mike as an investment banker or are you missing him at Pearson Specter?
Rachel is somehow working for Harvey, it seems. Perhaps she is his new Mike, or sorts. It isn't really clear other than that Harvey has the power to give Rachel the rest of the day off. There needs to be some clarification there. If Rachel is Harvey’s associate, then I would love to see the two of them work on a case like Harvey and Mike used to. Harvey and Rachel have a very interesting relationship. We haven't seen them one on one a lot, so let's use this opportunity that we've got.
Oh, Louis. I will admit, I had no idea what was going on in the first scene with Louis and Katrina. I just couldn't catch what the issue was about. Once Jeff showed up, it got a little bit clearer. Normally Louis’ storylines are fun and interesting. This one is boring. Louis just sits around thinking his strategy will work, and Katrina spends the entire episode jinxing Louis being named Senior Partner. I mean making a business card before it happens is never a good idea. Any predictions on how Louis will react if/when Jeff Malone starts working at Pearson Specter?
Jessica opening up to Harvey is amazing. I'm liking this era of honesty and communication. We don't get to see Jessica and her friends, but I'll take her conversation with Harvey at his house. Their scenes together at the office are always fun to watch, but those are about work. Jessica shares a little bit more in the scene in Harvey’s house. I would love to see Jessica open up even more. Perhaps she and Donna can have some girl time.
What did you think of the episode? Are you excited to see Harvey and Mike on opposing sides? Leave me your thoughts in a comment below.