I couldn't help but snicker at poor Scottie trying to make her point about loyalty and asking Harvey if he would just throw someone under the proverbial bus after working side-by-side with them for ten years. Woman, where have you been all season?
IDK about you but I am "all in" for the impending awesomeness of Season 3! Bust out the monkey-shaped pinatas!
Moment of truth time, y'all!
If Season 3 merely dabbled in Annie and the DPD's potential for darkness, Season 4 has embraced it completely.
Pearson Whatever can never do anything with ease, can they?
We're holding a bit of a popularity contest to find out who is the fairest TV couple of the them all.
Okay, Graceland, we need to talk about this episode title, because "Happy Endings" was neither happy nor an ending.
The stage is set for the season's "endgame" of Pearson Specter being an actual thing.
Okay, Annie Walker is *not* Fight Club's Marla Singer and Teo Braga is *not* Tyler Durden, but Calder and his sweep team were definitely feeling a little Project Mayhem-lite thanks to their inability to be contained by the powers that…
Now that the Continuum landscape has been fundamentally changed forever, where does that leave us during the long, cold months until Season 3?
One 'ship goes down, but did it sink too soon?
To stem the tide of boredom during these last few weeks of summer as we wait for the start of the fall season, we're holding a bit of a popularity contest to find out who is the fairest TV couple of the them all.
Continuum's moral/ethical/personal ambiguity is typically reserved for the big Liber8 vs. the corporations debate, but "Second Last" took the time to shrink the issues down and break our allegiances into even smaller pieces.
"King's Castle" was another one of those delightful, bipolar Graceland stories that contrasts some serious darkness with some zany domestic antics, and by the end of it, everyone was miserable.