While "Unfinished Business" featured quite a bit of good storytelling, the introduction of British Harvey, a Harriet Spector/Michelle Ross sighting, and a probably brief but generally welcome return to the status quo, the episode also featured some seriou more
If you somehow thought things resolved themselves at the end of last week's Suits, you were wrong. This week, Cameron Dennis continues his meddling, while Pearson Darby is shaken up by the arrival ...
Harvey and Mike are back together again! The strife between them was difficult to take, but fortunately it didn't take them long to find their way back together. And, first up for the dynamic duo (a.k.a. Butch and Sundance) was to save Ava Hessington from more
If there's one core theme that Suits seems to hinge on, you can be it involves all of the " Unfinished Business " of our favorite associates. But what do you do when all your business is really the result of irreversible decisions you made in the past?
In the "Suits" episode, "Unfinished Business," Ava Hessington returns and soon faces a murder charge. Not only do Harvey and Mike have to defend her, they also have to rebuild their relationship in the face of new challenges.Can they reclaim their roles a more
In this episode of Suits, called “I Want You to Want Me,” Louis does everything he can to get his very own d’Artagnon, Harvey continues to hate almost everyone, while Rachel and Donna have their own falling out.
Oh show, how you hurt me so. Breaking up more
You know, tearing Louis Litt apart for comedic effect is getting really old, Suits . Weird people are still people. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/suits-i-want-you-to-want-me-review-dead-lawyers-society-137464386496/
After shaking things up last week with a merger and a special prosecutor, Suits gives us an episode titled after a Cheap Trick song. And it's a really appropriate title, because relationships are u... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_Frederick/2013/ more