History Series / Suits

21st Jun '16 2:16:53 PM jabberwocky538
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17th Apr '16 12:15:10 AM maylove25
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* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: The ending theme for the Japanese version of the show is "SOILOGIC" by the band SOIL & "PIMP" SESSIONS.
11th Mar '16 8:26:04 AM Rebu
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** The season 4 finale, when [[spoiler: Donna leaves Harvey to work for Louis after [[CannotSpitItOut he refuses to admit that he is in love with her]].

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** The season 4 finale, when [[spoiler: Donna leaves Harvey to work for Louis after [[CannotSpitItOut he refuses to admit that he is in love with her]].]]
10th Mar '16 2:24:14 PM SilentHunterUK
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''Suits'', formerly known as ''A Legal Mind'', is a Creator/USANetwork television {{Dramedy}} series starring Patrick J. Adams and Gabriel Macht. It debuted on June 23, 2011, with a ninety-minute premiere episode. Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) is a BrilliantButLazy college dropout with an eidetic memory that has allowed him to pass the bar exam without attending law school. Harvey Specter, one of Manhattan's best lawyers, hires Mike as his new associate. Due to the firm's policy of hiring only Harvard Law graduates, Mike is forced to pretend that he has gone to Harvard.

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''Suits'', [[Main/WorkingTitle formerly known as ''A Legal Mind'', Mind'' while in development]], is a Creator/USANetwork television {{Dramedy}} series starring Patrick J. Adams and Gabriel Macht. It debuted on June 23, 2011, with a ninety-minute premiere episode. Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) is a BrilliantButLazy college dropout with an eidetic memory that has allowed him to pass the bar exam without attending law school. Harvey Specter, one of Manhattan's best lawyers, hires Mike as his new associate. Due to the firm's policy of hiring only Harvard Law graduates, Mike is forced to pretend that he has gone to Harvard.


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** The Season 5 finale. [[spoiler: Mike pleads guilty to fraud and goes to prison, while Pearson Specter Litt have their entire staff bar Donna quit]].
8th Mar '16 2:11:14 PM Saitsu
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** Yeah, that has absolutely NOTHING on Season 5. In short, [[spoiler:Mike's in prison on a 2 year stint after taking a deal to save everyone else from jail time, Rachel is distraught and the Firm is pretty much dead with only Jessica, Harvey, Donna, Rachel and Louis left (and it's arguable if Rachel will even stay). The worst part is it all could've been avoided as Mike had actually succeeded in claiming a Not Guilty verdict but he didn't want to risk jail time for anyone else.]]
18th Feb '16 8:45:18 AM zekeisaszekedoes
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** The season 4 finale, when [[spoiler: Donna leaves Harvey to work for Louis after [[CannotSpitItOut he refuses to admit that he is in love with her]].]]

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** The season 4 finale, when [[spoiler: Donna leaves Harvey to work for Louis after [[CannotSpitItOut he refuses to admit that he is in love with her]].]]her]].
** Season 5, Episode 12. The whole thing is a mix of [[WhamLine wham lines]] and ever more revealing DisasterDominoes which cascade together for maximum dramatic effect with ForWantOfANail in the final five minutes.
17th Dec '15 6:39:34 AM Rebu
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** In Season 4, [[spoiler:Rachel kisses her ex-boyfriend, and Mike leaves her for a while. Then they get back together, and he's still pissed off. Rachel points out that he said he was fine with it. Mike says he's obviously not.]]
*** Mike is an idealist who's even less suited to corporate finance than he is for corporate law, especially without Harvey protecting him.
*** Louis' [[spoiler:wacky antics while trying to cover his mistake eventually cause Mike to be suspicious, and he and Harvey figure it out in a few seconds once they put their heads together. Louis resigns seconds before Harvey comes to his office and fires him. And then he can't get clients, because he departed under a cloud and Jessica won't rehire him because he's a screw-up.]]
** Season 5; [[spoiler:Louis blackmails his way back into the firm and a Named Partnership over Mike. Then Jessica points out that he can't reveal Mike's lack of a law degree, because he's now part of the crime too, neutering his leverage over her.]]
27th Nov '15 8:00:43 PM Tdarcos
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* InspectorJavert: Mike and Harold are arrested by a U.S. attorney who hates crooked lawyers. That attorney spent ''four years'' securing a conviction.

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* InspectorJavert: Mike and Harold are arrested by a U.S. attorney who hates crooked lawyers. That attorney spent ''four years'' on a prior case securing a conviction.conviction. Harvey and especially Louis essentially refuse to let him try to push Harold or Mike around.
27th Nov '15 7:04:56 PM Tdarcos
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* InspectorJavert: Mike and Harold are arrested by a U.S. attorney who hates crooked lawyers. That attorney spent ''four years'' securing a conviction.
27th Nov '15 1:35:46 PM Tdarcos
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* PrecisionFStrike: Since this is a cable program the language can be much stronger than TV. In one episode, it's done so quietly that you have to turn the volume up loud to hear it. In Season 3, Episode 5, Rachel tells mike what she found out about Donna's love life: "Donna fucked Steven."


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* PrecisionFStrike: Since this is a cable program the language can be much stronger than TV. In one episode, it's done so quietly that you have to turn the volume up loud to hear it. In Season 3, Episode 5, Rachel tells mike what she found out about Donna's love life: "Donna fucked Steven."
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