Harvey: “Louis also suggested that the firm adopt the badger as the mascot.”
Louis: “The badger is a fearsome and noble creature.”
“Bad Faith” is tonight’s all new episode of “Suits.” If you haven’t seen the episode, then beware of spoilers. Be sure to check out the slideshow for more quotes from the episode. Suits” airs Tuesday nights at 9 on USA, channel 21 for Houstonians.
Rachel and Mike struggle in this episode. The writers choose to bring up the moving in problem, which does seem a little rushed. On the one hand, anytime Rachel and Mike are shown at someone’s place, it is always Rachel’s, so it makes sense that Mike would have some issues about feeling welcome there. That being said, to go from their first on screen fight about the little habits that annoy one another to moving in is a big jump. There could have just been a focus on the list they both have, and maybe show them trying to live together without fully getting their own place. Then on top of everything, Rachel drops the Stanford news. There is a lot of romantic relationship drama going on, and honestly it would have been better to focus on all the drama happening with the dissolution of the merger. Is it too soon for Rachel and Mike to move in together?
Best moment of the night is the conversation between Harvey and Louis. You know the one I’m talking about. Did anyone else tear up? No? Well…I didn’t either. It is always great to see the two of them get along, and this one did feel like a genuine step in the right direction. While Harvey is still doing what Jessica suggested and playing nice, it’s clear that Harvey recognizes that Louis did save the day. Harvey might have said a few more nice things than he normally would have, but, personally, it seems like Harvey meant at least a couple of them. Do you think Harvey was being completely sincere or is he doing what Jessica suggested?
Alright, let’s try to hit the highlights of the merger dissolution. Katrina is back! She is proving to be a great partner with Louis. Hopefully she sticks around. Scottie going to Harvey just feels weird. Her and Harvey’s relationship is still hard to grasp sometimes, but it is abundantly clear that she didn’t get Ava to fire them. It is always great to see Louis take more of a role in the big case of the episode, especially if this means he interacts with Jessica and Harvey. What did you think about all the merger dissolution drama?
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