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The Other Time 

Cameron's continuing use of shady tactics on Ava's case brings up memories of why Harvey left the DA's office to work for Jessica. Mike looks back on what cost him his one chance at a degree.

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Rachel Zane
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Cameron Dennis
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Omar
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Stephen Huntley
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Dean Lopata
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Cameron's continuing use of shady tactics on Ava's case brings up memories of why Harvey left the DA's office to work for Jessica. Mike looks back on what cost him his one chance at a degree.

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Comedy | Drama

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20 August 2013 (USA)  »

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Trevor: I need a thousand dollars by Monday, or Omar's gonna beat the living shit outta me.
Mike Ross: Trevor, him kicking your ass doesn't get him his money any faster.
Trevor: He's not gonna see it that way.
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References L.A. Confidential (1997) See more »

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The Fall
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Performed by Rhye
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for die-hard fans only
14 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

Really a clinic in why you should never tamper with a formula that works.

My many other SUITS reviews make it clear I am a fan and that this series is generally so sharp you cut yourself if you get too close to the screen.

But this episode, more an experiment than a episode, is for the fans only. Because if you were not a fan before, and this was your first exposure to the series, it is unlikely you would ever become a fan.

For those still reading this review, not yet monkey-hammering the NOT USEFUL button, here is where they departed from the tried and true formula:

1. Massive use of flashbacks in a show that almost never uses them at all. They are terrible. Changing hairstyles to reflect the passing years is a terrible idea. The arcs that the flashbacks are illustrating were not worth the time in the first place. (If you REALLY want to see how flashbacks can destroy a show, go to ARROW)

2. High testosterone. Markle's agent must have had a field day with the numbers produced by this episode -- it showed how important she had become to the DNA of the series

3. No lawsuit -- the same wizards who voted for the flashbacks also decided hey, just because it is a legal show, who needs a legal arc? So we end up with the characters wandering around like lost children in a department store with no conflict to handle.

Ugh


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