Warning: spoiler alarm! Do not continue if you have not seen the spring premiere of suits on Wednesday.
Suits builds Meghan Markle and Patrick J. Adams on eventual exits
On Wednesday, seven spring return, titled "Hard Truths," notes, As the US Network Law Drama Markle and Adams' forthcoming departures as Attorney Rachel Zane and junior partner Mike Ross, respectively, will address and more clearly in the final minutes of the episode. Markle's decision to leave the series was officially made in November after she had contacted Prince Harry while Adams announced his resignation in January.
Mike and Rachel spent much of the episode innocently flirting and joking about their upcoming marriage and collaboration for a complicated new case that proves that the engaged couple works better together than separated. They make the same observation in the kitchen of their home after successfully completing a million dollar deal for their client. Mike addresses the idea that, as they are a pretty unbeatable team, they should work together to handle legal cases.
"What if I told you that I felt that you and I should do this more often?" Mike lovingly suggests Rachel.
"Do you do it in the kitchen? Yeah, all that," she jokes.
"I'm serious, let's make more cases together, we barely see each other," Mike says, introducing a possible idea for the show to offer the couple off by the end of the season, later adding that he just miss his fiancé.
"When it comes to spending time together, why not take time for what's really important ̵
Could Mike and Rachel's desire to unite professionally be a way for suits to obliterate the characters without having to swallow them? It would certainly not be unethical or unrealistic to imagine in suits that the two-year-old in this new chapter in her life reaches a point where she intends to maintain the momentum of her professional career. With five more episodes until Markle and Adams say goodbye forever, we'll get those answers soon enough!
But Mike and Rachel's future was not the only key story of the spring return. Here are two other important threads from Wednesday's episode worth tracking:
The Harvey and Donna Saga Continues
The fall finale never stopped fans of the Darvey relationship as Donna took a big step and kissed Harvey (to let her know once and for all whether there were any romantic feelings left). The return episode reveals Harvey's reaction to the steamy smooch and let's just say he's not very happy about it – in part because he's in a committed romance with his therapist Paula. Harvey and Donna finally after some unpleasant exchanges, turn to the elephant in the room, remembering that they once slept together in the recent past.
"I put you over me for years," Donna replies, after Harvey angrily calls her "selfish" for doing what she did to him. "I do not care what you did for years, you knew I saw someone, and you did that to me anyway," Harvey replies. But Donna will not come back. "I had to know," she says, remaining firm. "Know what ? Our lines have been perfectly clear for a long time," Harvey replies, a bit delusional if he really believes that.
"Our lines are as blurry as lines can be." Donna says and sets the law like a boss. "I am the person you call at six o'clock in the morning or at midnight when you need someone, we smile, we drink, we flirt." "That does not mean I want more," interrupts Harvey, causing her to tell him the same thing she does not want more than friendship. "I did not feel anything when I kissed you, whatever it was I thought it could not be, so you can relax if you're worried about it." (We call B. S. on this subject.) But Donna realizes that Harvey may have felt a touch of something during the kiss, and there's a clear reason why Harvey kept his romantic attempts with Donna from Paula a secret. Huch . Credit where credit is due: Harvey finally gives it all to Paula, who tells Harvey on his face that he and Donna have "feelings for each other" and that he has to grow up. Duh!
If there is one thing we know for sure, this love triangle will not disappear so quickly and we are all in favor of it.
How Jessica Pearson Discriminates From Politics
With Gina Torres with its own suits spinoff series, the goal was always clear: Jessica Pearson would lose her license and she would switch to the political sphere in Chicago. But how? This episode did not elaborate on how Jessica is becoming a new center in politics, but she has definitely stated that her career as a lawyer is a thing of the past. In order to maintain the reputation of the company, a plan is put into action to publicly desecrate Jessica's reputation to return her money so they will not be forced to bring back an old nemesis back to the firm's name
As a result, Jessica's name is removed from the company (RIP Pearson Specter Litt, hi Specter Litt) and her respected reputation as a lawyer will forever be in a scandal for which she should not have been a martyr in the first place. "So you want me to tell her what we should say about myself?" Harvey asks Louis and refers to his secret deal with Mike in the first season to hire him as a lawyer without a law degree. Jessica's transition to politics will be compounded in the second half of the season as the launch of the offshoot is broadcast as a planted episode on suits
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