Previously on Suits: Bad Faith. This is me saying goodbye to Suits. I haven’t even watched the final episode, and I doubt I ever will. Instead, I’ve read an interview that Aaron Korsh, head writer and creator of the show, gave TV Line, and I gotta say, I’m done. AdvertisementsRead More Farewell, Suits. Season 3 Finale, ‘Stay.’
Previously on Suits: Endgame. Suits, you’re about to lose me. Want me to tell you why? Then prepare for this review to be all about Mike and Rachel, because I can’t even be bothered with all the other crap.Read More Suits: Bad Faith.
Previously on Suits: She’s Mine. In a last-minute manoeuvre, Pearson Darby Specter save the day — so do the writers; also very, very last minute. AdvertisementsRead More Suits: Endgame.
Previously on Suits: The Other Time. So, looks like everyone’s stopped fighting. Sort of. Right up until Harvey beat the shit out of Stephen in the men’s room. AdvertisementsRead More Suits: She’s Mine.
Previously on Suits: Shadow of a Doubt. The One Where We Go Back in Time to See How Everything Began, So That It May Teach Us All a Lesson. A lot of the time, flashback episodes happen to make characters aware of what they’re doing, to open their eyes to something, to history repeating itself. […]Read More Suits: The Other Time
Previously on Suits: Conflict of Interest. Ways in which this episode was much better than the season so far: Mike and Harvey working together again (though the lion share of work was the conflict between Harvey and Stephen) Donna and Stephen continuing their arrangement Mike and Rachel working on a case together and kicking ass […]Read More Suits: Shadow of a Doubt.
The Narrative This is turning into panem et circenses. This is the Hunger Games, for crying out loud! Everyone’s fighting everyone else on a weekly basis, and hardly any of it makes sense. Yes, the firm was fighting for survival after the Hardman situation. Yes, everything pretty much went to shit. Does that mean that […]Read More Suits: Early Season 3, Alternative Title: Can Everybody Please Stop Fighting?