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No seriously - Mike listened to the managing partner. Yes he should have gone to Harvey about it, but that doesn’t mean that everyone but Louis should back out on him for following orders. (and so many kudos to that relationship’s growth, but then sad for Louis cause now him and Nigel are about passed the point of no return too)

Donna. Harvey. Rachel (cause she flip flopped three times in just this episode, so don’t get me started on what shit storm she can cause when she loses it). Jessica can’t be trusted - even Harvey can’t trust her right now. Darby sure as hell can’t be trusted… yet. I mean, Mike made a friend in I.T., but he’s gonna need his god damn family back if he’s gonna last at all. They’re making him an orphan again. But Donna? What happened to “Don’t Kick The Dog”? You know how much Harvey needs this relationship. You know he’s better now. Why on Earth would you think helping him kick Mike out of his life would be for his benefit?

This show.

This. Show.

Take a moment to appreciate some things from last night’s Suits

The fact that Rachel bothered Harvey during his ‘me time’ and totally didn’t follow his sarcastic jokes.

The fact that Mike bothered Harvey during his ‘me time’ and totally didn’t even care about jokes, because he does it all the time.

The fact that Louis was so happy that Harvey plastered his mug shots around his office and made his chair sticky so his pants would tear when he stood up.

The fact that Louis and Katrina fought like equals and not like Louis walking all over her.

The fact that Mike called Rachel on her shit when she made the deposition all about her and forgot about the client.

The fact that Mike and Harvey were having a paper basketball HORSE contest, which Mike was losing terribly, and Jessica walked in and they didn’t even try to hide the fact that they weren’t doing actual work. Even Mike didn’t stutter and try to explain himself.