Back in our favorite boardroom, Robert Zane seems to be making himself right at home, team up with Mike for this new class action suit. He's a much better ally than enemy, that's for sure, but we can't imagine Jessica or Harvey would appreciate him making himself too at home in the offices.
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Another week, another case, and this time Robert Zane is coming in to consult. Mike's future father-in-law might be a legal genius, but he's not exactly cuddly. Harvey is the one to greet him in this photo, but we'd be willing to be that Mike is going to be the one to have to usher Robert around for most of the episode.
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Now that Harvey has flushed his anxiety meds down the drain, will he be able to handle the stress of finding Donna's replacement? Something tells me we haven't seen his last panic attack yet.
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Whatever strategy or apology Harvey is trying, it doesn't appear to be working on Donna this time. These two crazy kids may never work it out at this rate!
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The last time we saw Harvey at Donna's apartment, those oh-so-important three words were slipping off his lips. Will he say them again to try to win Donna back?
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Mike promised to go above and beyond for Harvey during his time of need, but with an engagement and a meddlesome future father-in-law in the mix, he might not have time to help Jessica secure Harvey's position at the firm.
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The relationship between Jessica and Mike hasn't always been smooth, but during Harvey's time of need, these two might need to band together to make sure their favorite partner is struggling through.
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Jessica's plate is full this week, as a new partner at the firm, Jack Soloff, begins to question if Harvey's methods are truly beneficial to the firm.
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Suits Quotes

Donna: This isn't how two adults who care about each other move on.
Harvey: As far as I'm concerned, two adults who care about each other don't move on at all.

The rules dictate that you must be precise as the law is a precise endeavor.

Mike