While I enjoyed many aspects of the episode, I totally understand this review. The questionable mark (s) was a bit off compared to how it is usually. The entire thing with Eliot seemed forced because it was clearly put in there just to lead up to that cryptic exchange between Nate and Eliot at the end that left an ominous taste in both Eliot and the viewers 'mouth. I truly did expect more out of Parker and how she interacted with the cheerleaders. It lacked the humor that Parker provides when she is forced to interact with people outside the team. And some of the characters were more like caricatures but not in the exaggerated fun way that Leverage is known for. I still enjoyed this episode better than the first couple but not nearly as much as last week's.
Probably in January. They are doing Suits the way they do White Collar and Covert Affairs
I would have loved more Jane by design. That is an unfortunate cancellation.
Awesome! Love him!
Nothing else mattered by the end because they killed Granny! Ugh that got to me. No one is supposed to die on Suits. No more. Moving on...fantastic episode as usual. I love the parallels of Harvey and Mike losing the most important person in their lives. While I am glad my girl Donna is back...I agree that the ease in which she returned was without consequence. I love her but everyone has been on a poor Donna kick that she didn't deserve. Yet again she lashed out on Harvey for trying to protect her after she lashed out st him for not protecting her. I love her but she wasn't a gem for this storyline. Loved both her and Louis strutting, the moment she realized Louis was made partner, and her and Jessica interacting. There needs to be more of those two together. As far as the other mayhem. I look so forward to it. As the kids say $h!t is about to get real!
I knew the Susan and Doug thing was coming the moment they started working together. They do make a more appropriate couple more compatible. I have lost a ton of respect for Susan and her hypocrisy. She cries about being this super feminist but spends most of her time tearing other women down which contradicts everything she claims to stand for. Bud is a lousy husband and a lousy father but he's loyal in the basic of ways, comes through in the clutch, and gets things done. I love Margaret and her getting Anne high was hilarious and perfect. From calling Anne out to everything else. I hope this show gets renewed.
I LOVED this episode. I didn't dislike the previous episodes this season. They were ok at times a bit boring. But this episode felt like Leverage again. I savoured the Eliot background. I love looking into his character because he's the most mysterious of them all. I love the familial bond amongst them being exhibited. How fraternal Eliot is with both Hardison and Parker. How fatherly nate was with Parker. It was great. And Christian Kane has a way of delivering the simplest of lines with this impact and power that gives words a whole deeper meaning. I loved it. I liked Hardison and his nerdy laser thing. I thought it worked. Hands down my favorite episode of the season do far.
- donna and Harvey in the flashbacks. Also Jessica and Harvey interacting. I love those dynamics with Harvey and his kickass women. And Harvey finding out his father died was a beautiful scene along with him visiting his grave.-Not at all. Love it when Mom and Dad screw with little Mikey.- I agree with Nick completely. All season they've been beating up Harvey as far as accusing him of not being human enough but we've seen him like that from the start.- him fessin up to eating the bran bars.- Jessica. He owes Harvey...he might find out Daniel planned on using him for a patsy and it'll benefit him in the end.
No one is doing the same for themselves. I love donna...but he didn't do anything wrong in regards to her and it was like she of all people expected him to be different from who he is. I mean most of what he's being held accountable for this season wasn't actually his fault. It's been mindblowing that he and Jessica at times have caught a lot of flack and I don't fully understand why that is. They haven't done anything wrong. I mean they are corporate lawyers and it requires them to be a bit cutthroats. Yet lawyers old and new have made it their mission to be the mirror that Harvey can look into and examine his ways... I feel like people are expecting or asking him to change as if he actually needs to. He doesn't.
Am I one of the only ones who doesn't think that Harvey or even Jessica need to be "redeemed "? I loved seeing the background and hos things played out. Clearly not much has changed at the firm and the characters haven't changed much either. But this season as much as I've loved it...I've grown rather annoyed with how done pf the other characters speak about Harvey as if he's villanious or not a great person. Like how many times is Rachel going to accuse Mike (who she doesn't really know ironically enough that's one of the reasons they broke up) of being like Harvey and then adding that that isn't a compliment? Or Harvey is criticized or attacked for being the way he's always been and getting them where they need to be in the firm. He's s kickass lawyer and he has his methods, he's focused and tries to hide his emotions but he's always been honorable and loyal. I feel like all season he's been ridiculed for being who he is and has had what others perceive as his flaws on display when no one is doing the same for themselves. And I LOVE Donna but he didn't do anything wrong in regards to her or really anything he's been accused of this season.
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