Friday, April 4, 2014
'Know When to Fold 'Em' -- Suits 3x15
Warning: Spoiler Alert
Oh, boys. Why can't they just tell each other what they are actually thinking and feeling? It would make things so much easier for both of them ... and would make things a billion times easier on Donna (since it would mean that she wouldn't get yelled at every time that she had to go in and explain things to them). The two of them just need to tell each other that they completely love each other, and get it over with (cuz we all know that it's true. The two of them have a legit bromance going on over there).
On one level, I'm really glad that Mike decided that he wasn't going to leave the firm, since he and Harvey need to never, ever break up (and without Mike working as a lawyer, there isn't much of a show); but the fact that he did exactly what Harvey had been telling him all of this time that he shouldn't be doing, I can't see that anything good is going to come from it. But I have the feeling that the preview for the finale is going to turn out kind of like the preview for "Heartburn," where they're trying to make us think that one thing is going on, but when the episode actually premiers, we'll find out that something else entirely happened. The preview makes it look like we're supposed to believe that Mike has finally been caught (probably from going in and making it look like he passed the bar), but I have a feeling that it's going to end up being something else entirely. Of course, it's going to be something that Harvey was also involved with and privy to, but I really don't think that it's going to be what they want us to think that it is.
As much as they've kind of been dancing around having Harvey tell Scotty what's been going on with Mike (like they did with Mike and Rachel), I really don't want him to tell her. It's not just that I don't trust her not to say something to the wrong person (out of her own self interest), or that this exactly the same as when Harvey kept telling Mike not to tell Rachel about what had been going on, I still really think that the less people that know about what's been going on, the better. And the fact of the matter is that, there are enough people that know about the truth right now (and all of them are people that could feasibly do something if someone else finds out who is outside of their circle ... baring the federal government finding out).
I kind of didn't hate Luis' associate in this episode (even though I tend to lean toward hating her in most of the episodes that she's appeared in). Gotta respect the loyalty that was going on with what she tried to do ... and the fact that she was able to swallow her dislike of Rachel enough to try to get Rachel's help for what was going on. I think this may be the only time that I say that I don't want her to be sacked (since she was working out of the right place).