Suits (2011– )
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Dog Fight 

In the first-season finale, Harvey tries to free an innocent man,Clifford Danner (Neil Brown Jr.), but hits a wall when he goes to the district attorney (Chi McBride), who seems more ... See full summary »


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Aaron Korsh (created by), Aaron Korsh

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Episode cast overview:
Gabriel Macht ... Harvey Specter
Patrick J. Adams ... Mike Ross
Rick Hoffman ... Louis Litt
Meghan Markle ... Rachel Zane
Sarah Rafferty ... Donna Paulsen
Gina Torres ... Jessica Pearson
Chi McBride ... Terrence Wolf
Vanessa Ray ... Jenny Griffith
Tom Lipinski ... Trevor
Neil Brown Jr. ... Clifford Danner
Ari Cohen ... Detective Packel
Chad Connell ... Jason Black
Morgan Kelly ... Matt Bailey
Robert Verlaque ... Judge Gus Benjamin
Carl Bauer ... Guard


In the first-season finale, Harvey tries to free an innocent man,Clifford Danner (Neil Brown Jr.), but hits a wall when he goes to the district attorney (Chi McBride), who seems more focused on preserving the system than seeking justice. Elsewhere, Trevor causes problems for Mike when he shows up on his doorstep. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama


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Release Date:

8 September 2011 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


In a list of movies Mike (Patrick J. Adams) asks Rachel (Meghan Markle) if she has seen, Gone with the Wind (1939), Citizen Kane (1941) and Dirty Dancing (1987) are all mentioned. See more »


References Citizen Kane (1941) See more »


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Goodbye social life. Hello Suits.
5 June 2015 | by bengooseSee all my reviews

I was planning on going out this weekend; but the Suits happened.

The whole series consists of fantastic acting and this episode is not an exception but what makes this episode stand out in my eyes is the sheer character development that takes place within this 40-odd minute show. When people say this, it often has connotations of slow pacing or a filler episode but in reality it couldn't be more wrong...

The episode centres around a case that is cleverly thought out with a solid conclusion; it shows how intelligent Harvey is whilst adding depth to his character. Mike is, as always, extremely likable and acts as the catalyst of the relationship drama that takes place.

Trevor comes back into the situation which causes even more trouble for Mike's future with his girlfriend. Due to each character being so interesting in their own way, it's hard to choose just one that stands out as a favourite. If you've seen the episodes prior to this then you'll know that Mike has to make a choice between the two women in his life. Usually on TV/film the answer is obvious but with this show its anything but that; which is a great feature for a show like this.

Dialogue is always witty in one way or another which plays hand in hand with the chemistry between the cast. This shows has clever and quick humour that after watching you'll more than likely try to think of a way to use that line in your everyday life (maybe that's just me - don't judge!).

+ Great Chemistry + Adds depth to characters + Opens up/hints to possible story direction for S2 + Genuine laugh-out-loud moments

  • Cliffhanger is a killer (I know it's not really a bad thing but whatcha gonna do, sue me?)

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