"Respect"

On Suits Season 4 Episode 12, a Harvard ethics professor looks to Harvey to help win a case that requires a lack of ethics and Mike tries not to be spotted.

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"Enough is Enough"

The mid-season premiere of SUITS picks up from the stunning cliffhanger, with Louis gaining the leverage needed to finally achieve his ultimate goal—becoming a partner of the firm.

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"This Is Rome"

Harvey and Jessica deal with the aftermath of the SEC investigation while Louis tries to handle his personal and professional life on Suits.

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"Gone"

The SEC Investigation continues as Cahill starts a round of depositions. Read on for a Suits recap.

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"Exposure"

When Mike returns to Pearson Specter, he has to work shoulder to shoulder with Rachel. Read on to find out what happend on Suits.

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"We're Done"

With Mike still reeling from his battle over Gillis Industries, Rachel brings disturbing news on Suits.

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"Litt the Hell Up"

Sean Cahill calls Logan Sanders into the SEC for questioning just as Harvey tries to end the takeover on Suits.

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"Pound of Flesh"

Harvey and Mike agree to a ceasefire, but Mike learns how ruthless his new partner can be on Suits.

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"Leveraged"

Mike begins a hostile takeover of Gillis Industries while Harvey and Louis try to stop him on Suits.

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"Two in the Knees"

Logan Sanders wants confirmation from Harvey that his personal relationship with Mike won't derail their takeover attempts on Suits.

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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.