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Bad Faith 

Pearson Darby Specter's "divorce" brings trust issues to the forefront. Also, Mike asks Rachel to take a big step forward in their relationship.

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Rachel Zane
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Nigel Nesbitt
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Laura Zane
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Tony Gionopoulos
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Jonathan Sidwell
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Pearson Darby Specter's "divorce" brings trust issues to the forefront. Also, Mike asks Rachel to take a big step forward in their relationship.

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Comedy | Drama

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10 September 2013 (USA)  »

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Goofs

Nigel's address (visible on letters to Mikado) is shown as 3291 Belgrave Place, London. This is an impossible address as Belgrave Place is a short urban street and London, like the rest of the UK, does not use block-based numbering. See more »

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Louis Litt: You just got Litt up.
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References Peter Pan (1953) See more »

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End Credits Theme
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Written by Christopher Tyng
Performed by Christopher Tyng
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great episode, looking forward for the summer finale
14 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

I liked Suits from the beginning and find that it becomes better and better with each series and, in series 3, with each episode.

This one of the best episodes in Suits. Make sure that you don't miss it.

What I liked better is the follow-up to the charming rivalry between lawyers and investment bankers. Also, prepare to see Scottie again. Very good dialogs, clever connections with past episodes. It comes after episode S03E08 which seemed written by some new writers that came in a hurry to fix what was destroyed by their predecessors. It's called "Bad Faith" and most of characters act in accordance.


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