Finally, the voting occurs and, seems Hardman wins by the vote of Louis. Hardman and Louis make Harvey's life hell and Mike goes wayward with death of his granny. Having a night-out with ... See full summary »

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Finally, the voting occurs and, seems Hardman wins by the vote of Louis. Hardman and Louis make Harvey's life hell and Mike goes wayward with death of his granny. Having a night-out with Mike, Harvey catches Louis in his office and the whole conspiracy game by Hardman comes out. Mike throws a trick and Hardman gets voted out of the firm. The unfolding of the conspiracy makes a really interesting climax... Written by bajepila

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Louis says to Hardman 'What do you need? You made me senior partner. I always pay my debts. I'm a Lannister.' Referencing Game of Thrones which was also in its second season the year this episode aired. See more »

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When Mike and Harvey decided to urinate in Louis' office, Harvey is leaned in over the table laughing. In the next shot, he is sitting straight in his chair, still laughing, with no time for him to have leaned back. See more »

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Harvey Specter: [takes a drag from a joint] Is this the coffee cart guy?
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References Seinfeld (1989) See more »

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My wife hates this show...
23 June 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

She claims that it is targeted entirely at male viewers, and represents a fantasy view of reality where male bonding takes place against a backdrop of gorgeous women who never have a single hair out of place.

Is that a bad thing? If nothing else, her viewpoint may explain why this fantastic show has such a poor track record at the award ceremonies.

This episode is a bell-ringer. It is not free-standing, you have to be a fan, you have to have seen the previous episodes to know what is happening.

But if you are a fan and you have seen those episodes, you will be glued to the screen. This episode goes in directions other episodes have never gone. Most of the other "conflicts" were rhetorical -- which is fine for a lawyers's show -- but this episode is very personal. It goes for the jugular.

Arguably the best episode to that point in time.

Reviwers are supposed to point out faults. OK, I will do my job.

The "broken telephone" booty call at the close was -- astonishingly -- gratuitous. The episode was so strong on its own that it could have closed 2 minutes earlier without bringing Mike's romances into it.

Those last 2 minutes are the only sour note in what otherwise was a "perfect" script.

I loved it.

My wife on the other hand was watching something with British accents.


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