After last week's morally uncomfortable revelations, it's back to business at Pearson Darby. With the events of the last few episodes officially getting messy for everyone involved, Suits spins an ...
Not a single associate at the firm could avoid a " Conflict of Interest " on this week's episode of Suits .
From Edward's still dubious interest in Hessington Oil to Donna's new "arrangement" with Stephen, it's clear that as the stakes get higher, th more
In this episode of Suits , called “Unfinished Business,” almost everyone seems to make up after their past battles, but in the end even more wars are begun.
It kind of amazed me how fast a lot of the past conflicts were handled within the first ha more
Okay. I'm freaking out a little bit. I. Loved. This. Episode. Loved it. I had this huge smile on my face the whole time I was watching, and it just kept getting better and better as I watched. When...
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?