An interesting thing happened while I was watching this week's ?Suits?: I realized that I knew what was going to happen and that I didn't care, because I was so invested in what was going on that ... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_Frederick/2012/0 more
Hold on to your seats, folks. The episode opens with Travis Tanner grilling Harvey during a deposition at Pearson Hardman.
Of course Harvey is an expert poker player. Of course Louis is a ballet fanatic. And of course there were a lot of Suits quotes in "All In." Here are 30 of the best. http://www.buddytv.com/slideshows/best-suits-quotes-from-all-in-66340.aspx more
In this episode of Suits , called “All In,” Harvey is missing Donna in his own special way and starts taking out his anger and frustration on everyone who gets in front of him. The first one to bear the brunt of Harvey’s anger is Mike, but he’s also th more
Harvey and Mike headed to Atlantic City, Rachel and Louis attended the ballet and Jessica contended with an old college classmate.
Yes, Suits went "All In" tonight. There was no better way for Suits to begin an episode than with Harvey and Mike in a pa more
This week on Suits , Harvey tries to convince a judge that a drunk man agreeing to give up his company in a poker game -- and agreeing to it on a napkin -- is not legit. Meanwhile, Louis and Rachel form an unlikely partnership as they take on a case, and more
?Suits? did a fantastic job of riling up its fans with last week's jaw-dropping episode. How does it follow that up? By continuing to push its characters and adding in a few outstanding guest stars... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_Frederick/2012/ more
Was Donna’s departure from Pearson Hardman last episode an elaborate dream sequence or is she really gone for good? The sight of Harvey answering his own phone seems to answer that question in the short term. At least he hasn’t hired a replacement.