Suits Season 3 - Episode 16 !!TOP!!
Finally, Mike reveals that that he never went to Harvard. Rachel slaps him across the face, and then, the two kiss. The series ends with a sex scene that is unusually explicit for the USA Network. Thus, we have been set up for the third season episodes, which are due to premier in summer 2013.
Suits Season 3 - Episode 16
The episode started with the oft-employed contrivance of starting a season finale with a segment of a mysterious conversation, followed by words written at the bottom of the screen to indicate that the storyline would now rewind back to the events leading up to that conversation.
The brotherly relationship of our leading men remains damaged at the end of the episode, and as a dejected Mike solitarily sorts through papers in the storage room, Rachel enters, locking the door behind her (three guesses as to where this is headed). Louis has told Rachel the truth, and she is angry with Mike for questionably related reasons. Finally, Mike reveals that he never went to Harvard. Rachel slaps him across the face, and then, the two kiss. The series ends with a sex scene that is unusually explicit for the USA Network.
Thus, we have been set up for the third season episodes, which are due to premiere in summer 2013. We loyal viewers will undoubtedly watch to see our still beloved characters, but we have to ask if the series is losing its previously unquestionable style.
Punctuated by some good comedy (the perfectly-timed explosion of the briefcase), it establishes their easy dynamic almost immediately. This scene is bookended by the later scene in which Mike threatens to blackmail Harvey if he fires him. Impressed by his gumption, Harvey keeps him around and we get six seasons of a show.
Cheerfully walking over anyone who gets in his way (even his family gets tossed under the bus), Stemple manages to make himself the most hateable character on the show in the space of 40 minutes. It makes his ultimate downfall all the more satisfying, as our heroes manage to finally deliver a knockout blow. The way he hisses defeat is extremely satisfying. A wonderfully toxic character, he returns to plague Harvey and co. in season six.
Jessica has not had as many chance to show off her chops as Harvey and Louis, but every time she does you remember why her name was first on the wall. A fine send-off for Gina Torres, a clean slate for Mike and a fresh canvas for season seven.
Torres made a surprising return to Suits in the season six finale last spring. Her character has appeared multiple times this season and is expected to continue to do so, culminating with the season finale that will introduce the spinoff.
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