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'Suits' 4x05 'Pound of Flesh': Cahill makes his move

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Mike: “You know this is the first time we've ever had a steak dinner.”

Harvey: “I didn't know you were keeping a tally.”

“Pound of Flesh” is the July 16 episode of “Suits.” Reminder: this article has spoilers, so read at your own risk. “Suits” airs Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. central on USA.

Harvey and Mike’s steak dinner is a reminder of everything we are missing. The friendship is one of the best parts of the show. Sure, we are getting banter still, but it’s not the same as the two of them sharing a laugh at Louis’ outfit. Of course, as soon as we get a taste of the good life, it gets ripped from us. It’s hard to view Jessica as in the right in this situation. We’re rooting for Harvey and Mike. Did Jessica make the right call?

Rachel is not in good shape. I’ll admit, I was happy to see drama in her life that didn't revolve around Logan, but wait, he still managed to swarm his way in. The love triangle is not my favorite. Still, the hospital dream makes things a bit more interesting. Maybe Rachel didn't want to be with a liar, so she dumped Logan, and now she is with one again, Mike. If the writers make this more on Rachel’s inner turmoil and not hype up the Mike and Logan drama, this could be a good storyline. Are you a fan of Rachel and Logan?

Hopefully with Cahill’s target on both of their backs, Mike and Harvey will join sides for a little bit. Seeing Mike and Harvey try to tackle Cahill could be very interesting. It will put them on the same side fighting to show that they are actually on opposite sides in the takeover deal. Yeah, it’s a little confusing. I’m not sure how Cahill’s investigation will play out. How do you prove that you aren't colluding? This could be a great twist, but I’m still a little fuzzy on the details. How do you think Harvey and possibly Mike will handle Cahill?

Okay, here’s what I’m unsure about. The clause where Mike agrees to cut Sidwell out of the deal still stands, right? Mike and Forstman’s chat is curious. Mike tries to back out, and Forstman is like, eh I like you, you got my money anyways. Seeing as how Mike had already worked up a contract with Forstman, I can’t see Sidwell reading the contract or asking about the terms of the deal. Sidwell probably just accepted the money since Mike hadn't gotten around to it yet, meaning the clause about cutting Sidwell out is probably still in play. What do you think?

What did you think of the episode? Did you love seeing Donna and Louis in Shakespeare mode? Leave me your thoughts in a comment below.

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