Originally Posted by spid
I thought the last episode was probably one of the best of the series. The case was interesting. The personal dynamics were mostly focused on the firm, and surprisingly with show focused on sex scandals and gender discrimination it wasn't about who is dating who. There is sometimes a thin line between a "drama" and a soap opera, and this episode nailed the drama.
I loved Donna smacking Hartman twice. The scene between Harvey and Louis about the deposition was fantastic.
Originally Posted by BoilerJim
I enjoyed it very much also. It's hard to believe there are only two episodes left in this short season.
I agree that this week's Suits was terrific. The show has learned that its strength lies in presenting the strengths and weaknesses of its characters and not on the crutch too many writers of too many shows rely on, the soap opera of the week. Harvey, Mike, Jessica, and Louis are all incredibly flawed but I still can't take my eyes off them.