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Not Just a Pretty Face 

Sean Cahill comes to Harvey asking for one more chance to take a shot at Charles Forstman, and Donna is left with a tough decision after Louis' secretary Norma dies.


Anton Cropper


Aaron Korsh (created by), Aaron Korsh




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
Billy Miller ... Marcus
Eric Roberts ... Charles Forstman
Neal McDonough ... Sean Cahill
Zeljko Ivanek ... Eric Woodall
Craig Brown ... Mortician
Tracey Hoyt ... Administrator
Aaron Williams Aaron Williams ... Waiter


Cahill goes to Harvey telling him he can't find the connection between Woodall and Forstman and asks for his help. Harvey then goes to Mike and tells him to find it. Rachel wants to help thinking that Harvey doesn't see her. Donna helps Louis through a traumatic time. And she deals with her feelings for Harvey. And Harvey recalls when he met Forstman and how Forstman got to him and also how he first met Donna. Written by

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During the scene in which Harvey (Gabriel Macht) talks to Forstman (Eric Roberts), he struggles for a moment to remove his wire. This was kept in for realism. See more »


When Harvey visits Mike & Rachel, it seems that he enters their apartment through a pair of double doors and marches past them when he leaves, but the entrance door is actually to the left of the double doors. See more »


Charles Forstman: You're wearing a goddamn wire?
Harvey Specter: For someone whose favorite movie is Wall Street, that's got to be pretty embarrassing.
Charles Forstman: Son of a bitch.
Harvey Specter: You may have gotten the better of me 12 years ago, Charles, but this time, you didn't. So remember what it feels like, because I know I will.
Charles Forstman: Harvey, this isn't over.
Harvey Specter: Words spoken by every loser I've ever met.
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References Wall Street (1987) See more »


End Credits Theme
Performed by Christopher Tyng
Written by Christopher Tyng
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Talk about explosive...
6 March 2015 | by kemoritySee all my reviews

To describe this episode as anything less than an emotional roller coaster would be doing it a disservice. This finale had its share of 'damn!' and 'ah HA' moments. One thing, of many, this show does well is seamlessly dip into the past, when appropriate, to explain the present. These types of scenes are more-so used as 'fillers' in other series. Yet in this one, they're as enjoyable as the present-day scenarios. They fill the gaps that were intelligently (and perhaps intentionally) left out the first time around. Let's face it, if other viewers are anything like me, they don't want to know the full story upfront either. That's one reason some people didn't get shows like "Breaking Bad".

I can't even imagine what the writers have planned for season 5. Well, maybe a little... but my speculations would require me to click the "Contains spoiler" above, and I won't do that. 9.7/10.

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4 March 2015 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital



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16:9 HD
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