Throughout most of Wednesday night’s “Suits” episode, we continued to think that everyone was going to be completely miserable by the time that it ended.
Ultimately, the main person who was a victor in “Litt the Hell Up” was Louis himself. He managed to secure himself a significant victory in being the hero for Harvey and the entire firm, but with a major caveat. He is basically breaking the law by hiding illegal activity, just so that he can have a little bit of happiness and dignity. There is no good news. Rachel said this line, and it really applies to Louis just as much.
How great were Rick Hoffman and Gabriel Macht in this episode? These two gave some of the best performances that they have in a long time in this hour, and we say that just after we sung the praises of Hoffman last week for his time with Donna.
Still, the saddest moment of all in this episode was watching Mike get fired, which served as the final nail in the coffin for swimming with sharks for a little too long. One of them was going to bite, and he didn’t have the desire to take some “job offer” that was coming his way. We feel like he’ll eventually land back with Harvey and Jessica, but we love that the show didn’t rush anything when it comes to how long he was off in investment banking. We feel for him.
All in all, what a fast-paced, at-times-funny, and at-times tragic episode of the show. Rachel kissing Logan, as it turned out, was only the tip of the iceberg. Grade: A-.
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