Suits (S07E10) “Donna”

Review: Donna Suits has its ups and downs, but their (mid-season) finale episodes are known for delivering developments in important storylines and (albeit debatable) clever writing. The expectations are there, every year when we approach the 10ths and 16ths, even more so this year, when the second to last episode opened up two new plots…

Suits (S07E09) “Shame”

Review: Shame Last week’s episode, as the biggest milestone of the show so far, concluded the major storyline for this half season. The question of what comes next, as we inch closer to the big mid-season finale was now answered. While Donna’s inner struggles remain the constant, there were three new storylines introduced just the…

Suits (S07E08) “100”

Review: 100 Not many shows these days get lucky enough to reach special milestones, one of them definitely being the 100th episodes. Suits happens to be one of the lucky few and was in this week’s installation celebrating the first three digit. It’s often expected for fans to be “rewarded” with an AU episode or…

Suits (S07E01) “Skin In The Game”

Review: Skin In The Game (…or no game?) Flashing back to the second half of season 6, 6×11 started with a dream scene and the reaction of many people afterwards was in the lines of “Damn I wish that was real”. Following the live feed of tonight’s season 7 premiere, every other tweet on my…

Suits (S06E16) “Character And Fitness”

  Review: ‘Character And Fitness’ “It’s rare and lucky to have a show last so long that we’ve delivered on the original premise.” The creator Aaron Korsh told The Hollywood reporter regarding the finale of season six, and that is exactly what it was. An end of an era. We started the show following a…

Suits (S06E15) “Quid Pro Quo”

Review: Live To Fight Another Day Plots in 6×15, ‘Quid Pro Quo’ can again be divided into Mike and Harvey’s (and suddenly almost all New York’s) goal to get him into the bar and make him a lawyer, Louis and his attempt to juggle his role at the firm with his relationship and last but…

Suits (S06E14) “Admission Of Guilt”

   Review: Admission of Guilt After finishing this episode I struggled to narrow it down to a few hundreds of words and highlight which parts were (as objectively as possible) important. But, what I did notice is that this episode presented constant intertwining between progression and regression of characters.  The question I found myself asking…

Suits (S06E13): “Teeth, Nose, Teeth”

 Review: Teeth, Nose, Teeth The last episode (The Painting, 6×12) captured most of the mains trying to work their way through things that have been haunting them in every day life as they knew It, but ‘Teeth, nose, teeth’ presents to us some new beginnings. Despite the fact that it started out with Mike and…

Suits: (S06E12) “The Painting”

Review:  Holding on and letting go You might have been tunning into Suits for the past six years because of the humor, or the clothes, or the badass one liners, or the cases, or relationship… but, no matter what your reason might have been, it cannot be denied that at the core of these storylines,…

Suits: (S06E11) “She Is Gone”

Review:  “Worth the wait” If 6A was very much plot driven and character development took a temporary side road, then ‘She is Gone’ was the exact opposite. Storylines started emerging from relationships and each one’s desires and plans for the future. This was one of those episodes that got your attention at second 1 and…

Suits: (S06E10) “P.S.L.”

Review: Pearson Specter Litt has gone through certain good times but just like with everything, they also had a lot of bad ones. After their biggest fight for life yet, they came out as a unit of people who are friends, allies and family. The title already separated the three surnames with dots, and it…

Suits: (S06E09) “The Hand That Feeds You”

Review: The episode starts on a happy, comedic note as we see Louis and Donna find a moment of peace and relaxation in going out for a mud. Through out this season Donna has helped him grow and deal with the Tara situation and this episode was no difference. She keeps him firm on the ground…