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I think the whole 5 months thing is to set up an amazing season finale and moving us into season 3 :)

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Arrow Review: It's My Party

The ending was the most shocking. I can't believe the Chinese guy was bad all along. That's so bizarre. I wonder what happened!

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White Collar Review: Into the Deep

I totally agree with the comments so far...Elizabeth asking Neal to lie to protect Peter seemed really out of character...what? On the other hand, damn did Neal look good in the blue suit :)

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Suits Review: Rehab

Was it just me or did it feel a little satisfying to watch Mike get beaten up? He's finally getting his shit together, but a bit late, I'd say...so he kind of deserved that :)

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. In this season, Daniel’s attention led Louis to vote against Jessica, placing Louis in a hot spot as Harvey and Jessica believe he is an opportunist and willing to overlook the integrity. Although he may have ultimately voted to fire Hardman and keep Harvey, the damage was done. Louis’s under-the-table dealings have also ruined his relationships with Mike and Rachel. Louis has in reality been loyal to the firm and those who treat him well, but Jessica for some reason refuses to give him the recognition for which he yearns so deeply. For the remainder of this season, he will have to deal with the consequences of his actions that Jessica and Harvey believe have potentially jeopardized the firm. The pressure is on him to prove that he remains loyal to the firm (particularly, now that Jessica and Harvey have the upper hand) and can perform at a level deserving of senior partner, all the while asserting himself into the influential circle at the firm.
"Fasten your seatbelts. It's going to be a bumpy night."

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"Round up the usual suspects." Jessica, Harvey, Mike, Rachel, Louis, and Donna. The mid-season finale brings to a close, Daniel Hardman's attempt to take over Pearson & Hardman, and leaves us with devastating news about Grammy's death. As the season has progressed, each member of "usual suspects" has seen their loyalty questioned and their unity broken. Donna and Harvey's relationship is still reeling from Donna's firing, while Mike's downward spiral threatens his relationship with Rachel. Much of these difficulties are either personal or are now on the mend. But, the one who has faced and continues to face the most challenging time at the firm is Louis because he is the sole outsider in this group. As Dumbledore once said, "It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to your enemies, but a great deal more to stand up to your friends." Throughout the first season, even though Louis and Harvey had their catfights, Louis was still respected for his loyalty to the firm. In this season, Daniel’s attention led Louis to vote against Jessica, placing Louis in a hot spot as Harvey and Jessica believe he is an opportunist and willing to overlook the integrity. Although he may have ultimately voted to fire Hardman and keep Harvey, the damage was done. Louis’s under-the-table dealings have also ruined his relationships with Mike and Rachel. Louis has in reality been loyal to the firm and those who treat him well, but Jessica for some reason refuses to give him the recognition for which he yearns so deeply. For the remainder of this season, he will have to deal with the consequences of his actions that Jessica and Harvey believe have potentially jeopardized the firm. The pressure is on him to prove that he remains loyal to the firm (particularly, now that Jessica and Harvey have the upper hand) and can perform at a level deserving of senior partner, all the while asserting himself into the influential circle at the firm. "Fasten your seatbelts. It's going to be a bumpy night."

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