Suits Season 3: Grade It!

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With Suits Season 3 having come to a dramatic close, it's time to take a look at all the moments that added up to one heck of recent run.

What were the best moments? Best episodes? Most memorable quotes?

Scroll down for our latest TV Fanatic Report Card and then hand out your own grade to Suits Season 3...

Side by Side

Best Episode: Suits Season 3 Episode 12 for sure. Mike and Harvey's attempts to assuage Louis to look the other way with regard's to Mike's latest efforts to conceal his secret had me on the edge of my seat. This plot combined with Jessica dealing with emotions while co-executing her late ex-husband's will had all the makings for an unforgettable episode.

Best Quote: From "Know When to Fold 'Em," Jessica's comment to Charles Van Dyke: "You woke the dragon, Charles. How do you like me now?" Never underestimate what Jessica Pearson can and will do to succeed. Lesson learned.

Moment I'm Still Recovering From: Mike's final decision to leave the firm in Suits Season 3 Episode 16. I just have a hard time picturing what Pearson Specter will look like with the band missing a member. I know Mike is technically a client still, but the dynamics will definitely shift. I have confidence they can pull it off!

Moment We're Glad Happened: Jessica attempting to comfort Rachel in "No Way Out." We never really get to see these two ladies interact, especially not in a way where Jessica is referring to her and the firm as a family. I wish we could get more moment between them!

Hopes for Suits Season 4: Seeing Rachel in law school and working at the firm, more interactions between Rachel and Jessica; more goodness between Harvey and Queen Donna; increased opportunities for people to get "Litt Up" by Louis.

Overall Grade: A.

YOUR turn, TV Fanatics. How would you grade Suits Season 3?

C. Charles is a TV Fanatic Staff Writer. Follow her on Twitter.

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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.