“Suits” Season 4 Episode 1 “One-Two-Three-Go…” aired on Wednesday, June 11, 2014, at 10:00 p.m. on USA. Mike and Harvey were struggling to adapt into their new working relationship. Read on to learn more about this episode.
Previously on “Suits” (“One-Two-Three-Go…” Season 4 Episode 1), Jessica (Gina Torres) had a lover. He was Jeff Malone (DB Woodside). In a particular scene, Jeff told Jessica that she could choose her career and loose him or choose a life with him and help him get in at the firm as a SEC investigator. Jessica turned to Harvey (Gabriel Macht) for advice. We think Jessica knew better than that. She knows what happens when people mix work and pleasure. Perfect example is Scottie (Abigail Spencer) and Harvey.
Mike (Patrick J. Adams) had a limo service and a secretary named Amy (Melanie Papalia). Yes, folks, he has his own Donna (Sarah Rafferty) now. Mike, as expected, was trying to prove himself in his new profession. He was desperate to close a deal. The CEO, Walter Gillis, was repelling Mike’s offers. However, Mike would not give up that easily.
As for Mike and Harvey, there was too much tension in their new working relationship. In fact, when Mike came to Harvey to discuss about taking over a client’s business, Harvey’s response was less than favorable. He mocked Mike’s idea. Too much ego for Harvey? This resulted with Pearson Specter being subjected to a review courtesy of Mike.
Logan Sanders, on the other hand, also expressed his intent to acquiring Walter Gillis’ business. What made this complicated was the fact the Sanders was seeking Harvey’s help. Harvey was amazed with Sanders for the reason that he was saying what Mike, Harvey’s former protégé, refused to hear. Because things had a not-so-nice turn between Mike and Harvey, Harvey acquired Sanders.
On a lighter note, Harvey seemed not be affected with his break up with Scottie. We watched him waking up next to a gorgeous woman.
Eric Woodall (Zeljko Ivanek) was not yet through with Pearson Specter. He was going to hire an SEC investigator. The only problem in his plan was the fact that the SEC prosecutor he hired was Jessica’s lover, Jeff.
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