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'Suits' episode 4x04 spoilers, update: 'Leveraged' set to air after slight break

What lies ahead for Harvey and Mike on season 4 of 'Suits'?
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Season 4 of “Suits” has barely gotten started this summer and unfortunately it's already taking a break. Fans anxious for episode 4x04, which many would expect to see air Wednesday night, won't air for another week yet. On Wednesday the show's Facebook page confirmed the “Suits” break and teased fans about what lies ahead.

Episode 4x04 is titled “Leveraged” and it will air on Wednesday, July 9. In this episode Mike Ross will begin a hostile takeover of Gillis Industries. It won't be easy, though, because Louis Litt and Harvey Specter are fighting against it. Who will come out on top in this one? In addition, “Suits” spoilers from the official synopsis via TV Guide indicate that Malone and Jessica will connect with Sean Cahill regarding the SEC investigation.

The Facebook promo shows plenty of juicy stuff that will play out in “Leveraged.” Rachel says that it seems that all Mike cares about is winning, and Harvey tells Mike he thinks he's making the wrong choice. Mike and Louis have a juicy confrontation as well, from the looks of things. The show's Facebook post teases, “Some decisions can't be undone.”

Fans seem to have mixed feelings on this shift in having Mike take the new job. Seeing Mike and Harvey at one another's throats isn't necessarily pleasing fans, and many are anxious to know where season 4 is headed. According to “Suits” spoilers from Zap2It, it sounds like much of season 4 will still have this split between the guys. However, it doesn't necessarily sound as if it's going to be a permanent thing.

Where do you think things are headed with Mike, Harvey and the rest as the season continues? Be prepared for a break this week, but tune in for episode 4x04 airing next week. “Suits” season 4 starring Gabriel Macht and Patrick J. Adams airs Wednesday nights on the USA network.

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