Robert Zane doesn't have his happy face on. Mike won't be able to movie-quote his way out of this pickle, and I'll bet it's making him miss Harvey as his partner in crime. Robert doesn't appear to play well with others, so what on earth can Mike do but toe the line or quit?
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Can Mike end up making it work with Robert Zane? Winning this case and getting restitution for the hundreds of families looking to him for help is Mike's main priority, but if it's not Robert's, then this might be the end of a not so beautiful partnership before it even begins.
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Mike took this class-action case to Robert because he wanted someone to fight for the little guy where Jessica wouldn't. But now that they're in the thick of things, Robert might not turn out to be the white knight Mike thought he was, especially when their idea of what constitutes a "win" differs so much.
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Now that Mike and Robert are both committed to winning this case, it looks like nothing but blue skies ahead, right? Wrong. As always, there's strife and tension and major differences of opinion between the hot-shot lawyer and his future father-in-law.
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On the other hand, Donna and Louis make a pretty formidable team. Not as formidable as Harvey and Donna, but we digress... If Harvey is so off his game that he can't handle Soloff on his own, maybe he'll need the help of this new dynamic duo to get him out of hot water? In which case, let's hope Louis gets over his latest fight with Harvey in time to help out.
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Donna has got her scolding face on in this photo, and we all know what that means! For all of his boasting and bluster, Louis does tend to listen to Donna when she lays down the law. If getting involved in Harvey and Soloff's grudge match again is not in their best interests, maybe Donna can talk Louis out of making any waves.
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After last week's run in with Harvey and Soloff, you'd think Louis would try to stay out of their little rivalry. Unfortunately, he finds himself at the heart of their conflict again, and this time he can't even avoid dragging poor Donna into the mess. Let's just hope the two of them put their bitter feelings aside and help Harvey out!
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What has Harvey looking so flabbergasted? Could it be because Jack Soloff's motion to cut his salary actually succeeded? Even as Harvey attempts to bring some star power to this confrontation, Soloff is sneaky and will no doubt bring a few tricks of his own to the table.
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Suits Quotes

Sometimes good guys gotta do bad things to make the bad guys pay.

Harvey

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.