Alex (Hill) and Samantha (Heigl) are told to fight it out between them and let that determine who will be the new name partner. Their duel causes the firm to divide once again.
Katrina (Schull) takes on a case that brings her and Brian even closer. In the mean time, Zane (Pierce), Specter (Macht), Litt (Hoffman) and Paulsen (Rafferty), fight to hold the firm together.
Samantha (Heigl) and Donna (Rafferty) take on a case together, while Louis (Hoffman) and Harvey (Macht) try to focus on their relationship. Katrina (Schull) starts to doubt her own with Brian (Epstein).
This episode deals with the topic of family as Harvey (Macht), Louis (Hoffman), Samantha (Heigl) and Alex (Hill) all struggle with making the right decisions for their loved ones.
Louis (Hoffman) struggles in the aftermath of being mugged. Harvey (Macht) and Robert (Pierce)’s conflict is affecting everyone at the firm.
Alex (Hill) fights with a shady business man, in order to ensure his promotion. Katrina (Schull) struggles with hers. Harvey (Macht) deals with the loss of Mike.
In the second episode of season 8 of Suits, Samantha Wheeler (Heigl) tries to integrate into the firm, but ends up on Harvey (Macht) and Donna’s (Rafferty) bad side. Meanwhile, Louis (Hoffman) fights in the name of love.
New friends and foes are made when Robert Zane (Wendell Pierce) and Samantha Wheeler (Katherine Heigl) join the, now Zane Specter Litt, family in an all new season of Suits.
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Review: Hard “truths” After one of the longest hiatuses in the history of the show, this mid-season premiere was, needless to say, long awaited. While there were plenty of conflicts from the previous half season yet to be resolved, the episode called “Hard truths”, ironically continued fueling much of the main conflicts with lies. Was…