SUIT UP follows renowned crisis manager Jim Dunnigan, who takes the helm of a scandal-soaked athletic department at Glory University. He soon finds himself tasked with rescuing the school's... See full summary »
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...  Jim Dunnigan 16 episodes, 2012-2013
...  Dick Devereaux 16 episodes, 2012-2013
...  Luther Montague 15 episodes, 2012-2013
Petros Papadakis ...  Petros Papadakis 15 episodes, 2012-2013
...  Claire Miller 9 episodes, 2012-2013
...  Tom Wilshire 9 episodes, 2012-2013
Christopher Severio ...  Beer Knight 9 episodes, 2012-2013
...  Hannah 8 episodes, 2013
Travis Harmon ...  Sports Announcer 8 episodes, 2012-2013
Jonathan Shockley ...  Sports Announcer 8 episodes, 2012-2013
Heather Ashley Boyd ...  Herself 8 episodes, 2012
Stefan Terrell ...  Student 8 episodes, 2013
...  Roger Seething 7 episodes, 2013
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SUIT UP follows renowned crisis manager Jim Dunnigan, who takes the helm of a scandal-soaked athletic department at Glory University. He soon finds himself tasked with rescuing the school's pristine image, while managing scheming boosters, dysfunctional recruits and a meddling lawyer who won't go away. With a multi-million-dollar television contract at stake, not to mention his career, Jim must find a way to save the school. Written by Anonymous

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When it comes to scandal, the best defense is a good offense.

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Bland, Not Funny
7 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

The key to quality entertainment is to take some subject matter and make people who wouldn't care about it, care about it.

This show is about football. I don't care about football. 45 minutes into this, I really didn't care about football. Nor did I care about the lead character, who has the charisma of a jar of mayonnaise. Nor, did I care about his cookie cut-out stereotype of a corporate bitch love interest. She's young and hot - he's middle aged with no discernible signs of any sex appeal. So, naturally she wants him. Nor did I care about the various man-child side characters. ...Or the strippers.

Strangely enough, there are no women writers for this show. And though I can't be bothered to check, I strongly suspect all the writers are white ... and middle aged ... with no discernible signs of any sex appeal.

The irony is, this show begins by Mr. Bad-Ass Crisis Manager walking into a boardroom meeting of banking executives and saying how they should re-brand their current image of being rich, white guys who cheat people out of their money. This show then goes on to be about a bunch of rich white guys cheating me out of 45 minutes I'll never get back. (Yawn.)


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