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Suits - 3x16 No Way Out

No Way Out

Things are anything but business as usual when Harvey and Mike find themselves at odds with a tenacious U.S. Attorney, Scottie and Harvey can’t seem to get on the same page and Mike and Rachel clash over plans for the future.


norwasia (Aug 31, 2014)

They should really not remove Scottie nor Rachel from the series. These drama relationships really makes it interesting!

Also. The ending was awesome c: Financial investors are suits too, you know.

And to you guys who are getting annoyed with the series for whatever reason, IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO WATCH IT :D It is that simple.

dreamtolove (Jun 30, 2014)

@clowntable Jessica's story arc this season began with a romantic entanglement. Yes, she's independent and incredibly capable -- but she is still constantly tied to a man. When really, it's completely unnecessary and cookie cutter drama. As for Donna, she is only really relevant when it has something to do with Harvey. The women just don't have much going on outside of the male dominated storylines. I'd love to see Jessica working her own case and I'd love to see Donna and Rachel talk about more than men/their relationships. I just get the impression that the writer's don't really know how to develop female characters without their storylines being tied to men.

clowntable (Jun 30, 2014)

@dreamtolove: I'd say neither Jessica nor Donna are "written around men" and those are by far the two most important female characters of the show.
In fact I'd be pretty hard pressed to name many female characters that are more awesome and independant than Jessica.

dreamtolove (May 31, 2014)

@meerareed Right? I feel like they write every single woman on the show around men, which is just really disappointing considering all of the female characters have so much potential to be /so/ much more than catalysts for man!pain.

az25 (Apr 25, 2014)

@Mayonaisepot If you heard there at the end, Mike is working for Jonathan Sidwell, who is a client of Pearson-Specter, so Mike made a joke about now being Harvey's boss, technically. They made sure they'll still be working together.

meerareed (Apr 11, 2014)

I'm really tired of them making Scottie and Rachel follow Mike and Harvey around like lapdogs. Why are they both so intensely obsessed with every aspect of their partners lives? It's weird writing for a show that usually doesn't make the relationship drama boring.

Mayonaisepot (Apr 11, 2014)

They should really remove Scottie & Rachel from the series. These drama relationships just make it boring.

Also: the endin SUCKED. Because you just know he's not going to go. Or is Suits going to become a series about financial investors?

MrZNF (Apr 11, 2014)

Nice ending! I'm looking forward to how the story will develop now :)

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