Suits "Blood in the Water" Review: It Ain't Easy Being Louis

Suits S02E12: “Blood in the Water”

You know, I’m starting to get the feeling that a lot of Harvey and Jessica’s problems could have been avoided if they'd just treated Louis more like a respected coworker and less like that kid no one really wanted on the team. At least until the teaming-up-with-Hardman thing, I don’t really understand what motive they had for treating Louis so badly outside of the fact that he isn’t one of the cool kids. It’s been repeatedly stated on Suits that Louis is a great lawyer in his own right. We’ve seen him bring his area of specialization to Harvey’s assistance (usually via Mike) more than once, including the instance in tonight's “Blood in the Water” where, frankly, he was on his way out and had absolutely no reason to stay late and go over contracts with Mike.

Louis is no picnic, and if I was one of his associates, I’d probably take the Harold approach to things and just pee in my cubicle the whole time, but hey, Louis gets results. Employment under Louis is like lawyer boot camp with Sgt. Litt. It sucks, and he absolutely occasionally demands too much, and no he isn’t always fair, but Pearson Hardman is a stronger firm because of him. The candidates who seek jobs at Pearson Hardman (with the exception of Mike) know what they’re signing up for. They know that they’ll be better lawyers by the time Louis is done with them.

To Jessica’s credit, she made some real progress toward mending relations with Louis following the Great Pearson Hardman Civil War Smackdown of 2012. Initially, her “Louis Litt Rehabilitation Program” sounded like bullshit, but once she explained the rationale behind it and 'fessed up to her own experience with being manipulated by Hardman, I was willing to let it go.

Unfortunately, Harvey the attack dog is having a harder time letting things go. Dude needs to chill. On the defense after a valued client announced plans to depart for a rival firm, citing the Hardman blah blah as his reasoning, Harvey yelled at Mike, then he freaked out at Louis. Admittedly, Mike kind of had it coming. I mean, you show up late for work on the day you’re supposedly “getting your shit together?” You couldn’t have waited ‘til after work to throw out the week-old pizza boxes and vacuum up your half-smoked joints? Yeah, Mike had it coming, but like Donna said, he needed a smack, not a face full of Harvey the Hulk.

Louis was possibly even less deserving of the wrath of Harvey, mostly because, rather than actually talk to Louis like a capable, professional fellow senior partner who, at this point, probably has a lot to lose himself if Pearson Hardman goes under, Harvey decided to do the middle school thing and freak out over exactly how Louis went about becoming a partner. We get it, Harvey. It was a dick move. Louis feels really bad about it. This is getting tedious and you look like an ass. Even I thought the idea of Louis actively shipping his best associates off to a rival firm purely to screw over Jessica and Harvey seemed incredibly unlikely. Ambitious is a good word for Louis, or even opportunistic despite the somewhat negative connotations behind it, but not vindictive, at least, not in this case.

Still, I was surprised when Louis went to Allison for a partnership at the other firm. The man bleeds Pearson Hardman. But at the same time, he knows he’s not well liked. He knows Harvey is Jessica’s favorite. Harvey straight-up said that he and Jessica wanted to get rid of Louis, but they couldn’t due to his position, which was totally not true at all—on Jessica’s part, at least—but really, after everything that’s happened this season, was it a stretch to believe? No, not at all.

In the end, Louis assisted in saving the day by finding the flaws in the contract Harvey’s client was offered. Jessica shot Harvey down when he pushed to have the “Hardman” in “Pearson Hardman” replaced with something else, probably Specter, and came down on him like the Harvard-educated goddess that she is when she found out about what he did to Louis. Harvey subsequently ripped up Louis’s letter of resignation. OH THANK GOD. I was getting worried there for a second.

Still, I’m not entirely convinced that this means Harvey and Louis are suddenly BFFs. They never were, really, but in the beginning, according to Louis, they were at least amiable. They weren’t Elmer Fudd and Bugs Bunny, perpetually locked in an endless chase. They were Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog. Their rivalry ended when the workday ended. Somewhere along the line, Harvey became incapable of leaving the rivalry and competitiveness at the office, and separating his professional and personal feelings. Given Mike’s disbelief that there was ever a time when Harvey and Louis were at least civil with one another, it seems that Harvey’s evolution (devolution?) has been a long, slow development and it would be interesting to explore when that began, why it came to be, and whether Harvey can recover from it.

But even though Louis stayed, all is still far from well at Pearson Hardman. Clients are still leaving in droves, having lost faith in the strength of the firm. Our first casualty of war was poor, neurotic Harold, who found himself unceremoniously cast out by Louis when a client bailed even though his work was flawless. Mike tried to negotiate for his job, but Louis’s asking price was just too much. This might be an unpopular opinion, but I’m kind of on Mike’s side here. Louis agreed to let Harold stay if Mike vouched for every piece of work Harold touched. He’d have to either double check everything or trust Harold to get it right the first time and if anything was amiss, it was on Mike. Mike is making a real effort to get his life together, finally, and given that his own position with Pearson Hardman is perpetually on the edge of termination, he just can’t stick his neck out like that. It’s an unrealistic expectation to have that he could handle it and that Harold would never ever ever screw up again. Ever.

Harold will be better off with the new firm—brownie points to Mike for setting that up—because he’s not incompetent. He’s just anxious, and while Louis’s method works well with most of the associates that come through Pearson Hardman’s doors, it doesn’t work with all of them. Harold was never going to be the lawyer Pearson Hardman needed him to be, but that doesn’t mean he can’t be a great lawyer somewhere else. I'm still gonna miss him, though. And his manatee tattoo. Shark, whatever.

What do you say? Is Mike getting his shit together? Does Harvey need to take a chill pill? Was Louis patching Mike up from his personal first aid kit the best thing ever?



CASE NOTES

– Donna Paulsen Sass of the Night: “Do you wanna talk about it? I have ice cream.” “It’s 8am.” “I know, that’s why God created Chunky Monkey.” Plus the entire ode to Chunky Monkey that ensued. A+.

– I love the smell of burning toner in the morning: Harold and the copier. Oh man, I’ve been there, son. Set one of those babies on fire once. TOTAL ACCIDENT. Also, apparently toner gives you a terrible, awful rash. Who knew?

– I feel like we need to work on rehabilitating Harvey’s likeability for the rest of the season. I’m concerned. He used to be so charming! Also, I don’t like not liking Harvey.

– Every time Harvey threatens to fire Mike I LOL because it’s cute the way Suits thinks we’ll buy that ever happening.

– OMG that time Rachel totally ran into that random dude while chasing after Louis. MEGHAN MARKLE U OK?

– Tess’s husband punched Mike in the face. Yay. Can that story be done now? Cool. Thnx.

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OK thaNx 4 fixing it ;)
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it is HAROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLLLDDDDDDDDD!!!!!!!!!!!
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-I have to admit, because I'm inclined to "get" Harvey, I can always muster up a defense for him. The man is a human masking as a god on the regular. He flipped his sh*t on Mike, who totally had that one coming because who does risk being a half hour late to work to clean up that crappy apartment? Then he flipped out like a toddler on Louis, and sulked like a teenager with Jessica, and you know what? I liked it. The reason he comes across so cool and collected mot of the time is because of that pesky little avoiding showing emotions thing. Zoe got under his skin and he couldn't bounce back from that quick enough. I like imperfect, human Harvey. I don't approve of all of his actions but it doesn't make him appear to be an ass to me, if anything it makes him more endearing. I mean this is about as emotional as we've had the chance to see Harvey get. It mostly manifested in bouts of rage, but it was all there. I mean he was all prepared to go beat the hell out of whoever beat his Mikey, he just was working through some things. I liked seeing him a bit unhinged. I loved that Donna and Jessica (probably the two people he respects the most) were able to call him out on it. And eventually he listened. Again, kudos to the dynamic he has with both of these women.
-Ugh, totally woudn't have taken that deal either. Don't blame Mike at all.
-This was such a great episode. I really love how the characters are sort of evolving and we're going deeper into them and their bonds. I live for that type of stuff in my shows.
- I've been in a Louis position before, and I've been in a Harvey/Jessica position before too. I'm not saying that Louis doesn't have valid points, or that he isn't entitled to feel a certain way, but I've found him frustrating because the impression I always got is that it isn't so much about being valued, he wants to be treated how he imagines Harvey is treated. Jessica favors Harvey, that's a given, he is in fact her progeny but she doesn't treat him as spectacularly as Louis seems to believe. What has always frustrated me is that Jessica and Harvey both have given Louis accolades before, they've acknowledged him and his greatness as an attorney before, and when it comes down to it, they'll cast aside the bickering and bantering for more serious moments. They are in fact capable of that, and Louis knows that they are capable of that. In fact if anything that beautifully crafted scene between Louis and Mike in the men's room confirmed for me that Louis is well aware that they respect him etc. So it comes down to just how often and why does Louis fell the need to whine about not being appreciated so much? He doesn't get acknowledged to his liking but he does get acknowledged... It constantly makes Louis look like the guy incapable of taking the joke or rolling with the punches, or accepting his role as the pesky cousin who everyone teases but God help anyone who so much as lays a hand on them because they will pay. I mean he consciously knows this, and finally admitted as much. Harvey shouldn't have to look like an asshole for how he treats Louis, and Louis shouldn't constantly come across like he's being mistreated when he's aware of what people truly think of him. I don't think this necessarily falls on Harvey as him mysteriously not checking out of their game, because earlier in this season they've had a few of their genuine moments. This is specifically in relation to the Hardman situation. For a guy like Harvey who lives and breathes fierce loyalty it would have led to him no longer respecting Louis, but prior to that he did. And Louis knew he did. Just like Louis knew that Jessica respected him. She's had dinner with him and explained as much, even explained why she needs him and Harvey both. So while Harvey is known for being Jessica's attack dog, Louis also knows that Harvey rarely listens to Jessica half the time anyway. I wouldn't have been so quick to assume that what Harvey wanted was what Jessica wanted, and he probably should have just spoken with her.
-This was a fantastic episode for Rick Hoffman and Gabriel Macht for their own reasons. Everyone else sort of revolved around them. I loved them both in this episode. Some of the best scenes of the night were Mike and Louis' conversations about Harold and later on about Harvey, Jessica explaining to Harvey why he isn't ready to lead, Jessica and Louis...LOVED that scene because as much as I talk about Louis, I love that guy and I was happy that he once again got some positive feedback because he craves it(too much for my liking because it's never enough for him honestly) but he needed that, and Harvey ripping up Louis' resignation. Also loved Harvey's reaction to Mike being beat up and his reaction after he found out why. Best scenes, hands down. Loved them to pieces.
-I'm really going to miss Harold! I was surprised that I would, but I am. Hopefully we'll see him again soon. I love this development with the civil war fall out and the associates leaving. Higher stakes and what not, and I think as a result we may actually see Harold again, but not being the lovable bumbling idiot that he was, but fierce!
-I think I enjoyed this episode more than last week's.
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I THINK I FLAGGED YOUR COMMENT ACCIDENTALLY.
*weeps*
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S'okay. My awesomeness is so overwhelming sometimes that mistakes like this happen. I still love you. :)
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I think some commentators that speak ill of Louis do not want to understand what his role is in the firm. His main function within the firm is to make sure that the legal aids and rank and file are tough enough to exist within the extremely confrontational legal system that exists in the US. This is a profession where weakness is not only not allowed, but reputation is mostly based at how much the lawyers are nasty sharks and the pain they give to the opposing side of the equation. Like a good drill sergeant in the Army is supposed to use drastic measures and bring fresh Army recruits to the brink of their sanity, the aim is not to inflict humiliation for its sake, but make sure that under extreme duress, the recruit will be able to survive war. This is what Louis does in this firm and he is very good at it.
Under normal circumstances, and with the seniority and excellence he has, Louis would have been promoted earlier and if not would have at least been in the loop as to the difficulties of the firm. Harvey went out of his way to curtail this out of self-indulgent intellectual snobbishness. For years, apparently, he has humiliated and down-played the role of Louis for no reason other than personal antipathy. So what did Louis do for self defence, yes this is exactly what it is; he bugged Harvey's office, sought advancement through other means that bypassed the formidable wall of loathing Harvey built around him. but when push came to shove, he saw beyond his interest and put the firm ahead. Now he is being punished even more for this.
I am a Louis fan. The show has made Harvey one of the "heros" or central characters of the series, but I don't think he is, and the flow of the show is making him lose ground in favor of Louis and Mike. We can say anything of Jessica, but she understands the many flaws that is Harvey and we have seen indication of that clearly in this episode, and not for the first timeor the last.
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I'm a fan of them both. You are absolutely right about Louis and how phenomenal he as at his job. No one can ever say that he doesn't handle things and that he's effective. But honestly, under normal circumstances I could still understand why he wouldn't have gotten promoted. The expectation is that people who do great work get promoted, it should probably work out that way, but then we tend to overlook extenuating circumstances. I think that is why I find the whole thing with Louis, Jessica, and Harvey so fascinating, and because i love them all I can see all sides of it. Louis is great, but he is his own different kind of wild card when it comes to getting promoted, and strategically it never would have been advantageous for Jessica to promote him. She should have though, and I'm glad that he's senior partner. But it's almost the same as why she's explaining to Harvey why he isn't cut out for having his name on the door just yet. Louis and Harvey both are good at what they do, but neither of them play well with others etc. In fact in may ways they share a lot of similarities. I'd like to think that is why they don't always appear to get along.

I don't think it's fair to say that Harvey somehow maliciously undermined Louis or downplayed his role. Especially when he, himself has said on more than one occasion that Louis is great at what he does and he's a good attorney. I've always viewed their rivalry as a friendly almost sibling like one. Louis finally confirmed that. I'm also more inclined to understand how Harvey communicates with others, and while it isn't fair to expect Louis to understand or revolve around how Harvey communicates, I don't think it's fair to always assume that Harvey is being underhanded. They got back. They go way back, and this has always been the type of relationship that they have had. When Louis plays ball, he gives the impression that it's mutual. Which is why it at times is a bit confusing when he plays victim or cries bully when he's playing ball. It's mixed messages. As an audience we've seen that they are in fact friendly, and genuinely care about one another, when they cast their bantering aside for serious moments. You have a guy who uses sarcasm, wit, and arrogance as defense mechanism, and a guy who overcompensates for his insecurity and need of constant approval with smarmy and at times conniving behavior. There is no victim here, and their relationship was actually working up until the point where they tried to make Harvey look like an asshole for doing what he's always done, and Louis seem like a jackass for whining about something that had been long established, that he goes along with, and that he clearly understands. There are no victims here when it's played right.
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First, thank you for the time given to reply on my comment, I truly appreciate it. Actually, it have revised my position and I am agreeing with your assessment. Mainly, it clarifies the position that Mike took on when he became Harvey's assistant; and it totally shattered the sensitive balance both Harvey and Louis have had until then. Not only Mike showed up, out of the blue, but immediately replaced Louis in the camaraderie that had defined their relationship, which is how you described it. He clearly has the maturity and presence that Louis lacks, and he even has gained more access to the woman that Louis apparently loves, even if the relationship is platonic.
Louis is certainly threatened and out of his depth in dealing with Mike, and this has exacerbated his self loathing and mild paranoia to the extent that he has acted as we have seen. I am still not certain if Harvey, who is definitely aware of Louis's weakness has not initially taken Mike on, among other criteria, in order to further aggravate him. I am starting to think that there is a key event , still to be revealed, that will explain in due time the rift between them; so we have to wait for that moment.
Notwithstanding, it becomes clearer that the Harvey/Mike and Mike/Louis dynamics, while irrationally unstable, will have to merge into a kind of professional menage-a-trois for the firm to exist.Jessica, who has been the stabilizing agent so far, is too self-centered to continue and one way or another will be out of the picture next season or the one after that, if the series survives renewal.
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Angry Harvey is just as sexy-cute as cocky Harvey and all the other myriad versions of Harvey
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I teared up for Louis three times in this episode: 1. when Harvey was yelling at him and wanted him gone 2. when Jessica finally admitted that Louis is worthy of senior partnership 3. when Harvey tore up Louis' resignation letter.
I hope Harvey and Louis will be able to mend their relationship moving forward. I think I ship their bromance more than Harvey and Mike's. I still remember when Louis' parents wanted to meet "his best friend Harvey" over Skype. Harvey might have been too tough on Louis but he was justified and he proved time and time again that he's loyal to his friends, so I think he is still plenty likeable.
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Mike's impact on the show wasn't derived from his experiences and adherence to strict policy ever, because by not attending law school, he missed out on all the proper etiquette for that. I suppose I cannot blame him for that, also I hope he gets his ass beat again, that was awesome. This show is so different from others when someone finally gets his ass kicked, it's actually pretty good!
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It's impossible to treat Louis like a respected coworker, he's a snake, a sneak, a manipulator, an abuser, spineless, and selfish. That said, I think Harvey's treatment of Louis here was more about Harvey's hackles being up from emotional trauma with the girl from last week. The show made a huge mistake with Louis IMO by saying he's the best with associates but also showing him completely misusing Harold's real talents, and for me it undermines his credibility as someone who is out to help the firm. I also don't really understand why Louis claims to be so dedicated to Pearson Hardman, what's so special about that place to him? Sure he's put in some time, but he's also been shit on for it and made huge blunders, and he's never been terribly liked or respected, only feared by underlings and disliked by peers.

I was glad that Louis going to Allison wasn't another noble ploy on Louis' part, it would have felt cheap. This episode's impact came from real dangers and not gimmick fixes (well, not gimmicky except for the show's entire premise).

If it comes back to bite Mike that he could have saved Harold's miserable life at Pearson Hardman, I'll be disappointed. Mike made the right choice given the circumstances, it's not his fault that Louis can't figure out how to use Harold's talents correctly, Louis broke the cog and Mike doesn't have time or resources to ensure that the cog will still fit in the machine.

Mike hasn't gotten his shit together yet, but he's of the right mindset to do so and that counts for a lot.
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Ouch. I do think it's impossible to treat Louis like a respected coworker but not for the reasons you mentioned. I think Louis is impossible to thoroughly please. He strikes me as someone who can never get enough praise or recognition, and he requires a lot to motivate him. It's hard to work with people who constantly need a pat on the back, especially when you're the type of person who doesn't really dole out such things with ease. I think that is where Harvey/Jessica (who are oddly similar on the emotional spectrum) clash with Louis. They respect him. They like his work. In their book the fact that they crack jokes and engage in witty banter is a clear sign that they respect and like you. Someone like Louis doesn't fully get this, which is why he's constantly surprised the few times they genuinely dole out praises and they're surprised that he doesn't know this when they compliment him, because it's nonchalant and matter of fact. Their relationship is a clear example of different types of people having things lost in communication. Sorry, rambling, but yeah that is what makes Louis impossible to treat like a respected co-worker. He'll never not see himself on the outside, and he'll continue to behave as such.

I see Louis as the complicated person that he is. Oddly enough Louis is loyal. Not fiercely loyal in the way that you see displayed in Jessica, Harvey, Donna etc, but he's loyal. He's loyal when you give him the chance to be. I wasn't surprised that he didn't have anything to do with the poaching of client or that he's loyal to Pearson Hardman. It's as simple as he works there and that's all that matters. It's quite ironic because both Harvey and Louis catch a lot of flack for not having moral integrity and what not, but they do have their own moral code. Basic loyalty. He works there, respects the job itself, you don't compromise that.. They bend the rules as much as they possibly can without flat out breaking them.
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Yes, Louis is all of that and more, but also the show has stated that he's brilliant in his own speciality and we have seen him shine and do awesome things more than once. The way he reacted or the way he has been acting more and more like a sneake and spineless and a selfish a** is only the result of bulliying from Harvey; let's be honest, that's what Harvey does, is his charming savvy ways Harvey is a big bully, and he knows exactly how to hurt Louis, so he puts presion right there, and Louis like any other human: reacts.
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You can't blame Harvey for all of Louis' behavior, a lot of that is character faults that we've seen in him since day one of the show. Louis also is the one to put himself in competition with Harvey, Louis is the one who makes it into a battle between them usually.
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Pearse Inspector is not a good name for a law firm.
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wink* wink*
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louis: professional
harvey: mostly personal
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Louis isn't all that professional usually, he's cruel and vindictive and nasty and two-faced. Good for a sleazy lawyer tho'.
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i liked this episode because louis had so much time devoted to him. it showed he's more than a plot device or comic relief
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Great review MaryAnn! But... his name is Harold, not Howard.
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It is! We'll fix it. :)
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Who's Howard? Isn't his name Harold?
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I have to disagree on a couple of things. 1) Louis made a valid argument to Mike regarding Howard. It wasn't about Mike not being able at that time to stick his neck out for Howard. It's that as Howard's boss, that was the position that Louis had been in since he hired him, and as such when Howard became too much of a liability that was a valid cause for firing him. Mike needs to grow up a lot and learn how the business world works. That's what I like about the show, even when both Harvey and Mike are learning the same lesson on different scales, Harvey actually learns it and fixes the problem. 2) Harvey had a long list of problems with Louis, trying to get him fired, moving his office. Louis made a power play behind Hardman and he lost, there are consequences for that. Jessica is willing to work through it, because I think in the end she thinks Louis is loyal to the firm. Harvey is more skeptical and quicker to judge. They made a good carrot/stick pair. Louis needed to do something to make up to the firm and make up to Harvey and he wouldn't have if he hadn't been pushed to the edge to reconfirm what side he was on in a demonstrable way. Harvey wasn't unwilling to forgive and neither was Jessica. 3) Louis is that weird kid who tries really hard and because he tries and he doesn't mean to, you try to forgive that he just rubs you the wrong way constantly. But he is still weird and inappropriate and socially unacceptable most of the time, but he is really good at his job and his heart is in the right place (most of the time).
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Nailed it. I feel like there is this battle amonts who is "right" and "wrong" here when it comes to Jessica, Harvey, and Louis and it isn't that simple. Like, they're all so wonderfully flawed but still great characters...no one is meant to be the "bad guy" here and I keep feeling like people are trying to put blame on Harvey or blame on Louis, when it isn't a black and white sort of issue. You summed up my sentiments exactly about, everything!!
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Agree. If this episode aired right after what happened in episode 9 and 10, maybe our reviewer would remember what happened when Hardman shortly reigned the firm. It's been three months.

When Harvey said Louis was the one that held the gun at his head, he had his point. We couldn't judge the whole thing just because Harvey looked stronger and Louis was all teary......We have to look at the fact.

Harvey was definitely overreacted (due to his bad date or not) and I think Jessica made the point: to be a leader, he needs to learn to overlook things sometimes rather than head to head every time.
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I just wanted you to know That i dont give a s**t!
That s was way bether Than tess'husband punch!
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Past seasons have showed Louis to act like an a** to Harvey (not just the associates)... even before his promotion. Add to that his bugging Harvey's office and all of the other stuff... I could see Harvey losing his cool.

But, as Donna pointed out, there was more going on. It looks like Harvey's weekend did not go well and was even more bothered by "people leaving" than normal. Probably something to do with his date. So he was over-reacting to EVERYTHING.

Louis is a solid lawyer and finance wizard. And to be honest, I feel bad for the guy sometimes... he takes a lot of s*** that he shouldn't. But some of it... he brings on himself.
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Just wanna get this off my chest...Ralph Wolf was just Wile E. Coyote with a red nose.

Oh yeah, the episode of Suits was pretty good too.
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Different voice too.
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Although, knowing WB cartoons back then, it was probably still the legendary Mel Blanc doing the voice.
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It definitely was.
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and don't forget rachel's comment, i just want you to know that i don't give a sht. HILARIOUS!
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I definitely agree with most of your assessment of the episode and Harvey. Clearly, the Zoe thing affected him A LOT more than he will ever admit and he took it out on Mike unnecessarily and on Louis, which I didn't mind too much given all the points Harvey made about Louis after violently clearing his desk were 100% true. However, in the end, I was still feeling sorry for Louis Litt. OMG!!! Did I just say that?!! Well, yeah I did. He is the epitome of a good soldier, which is how I feel most of the time, so I feel his pain. Working for Louis can be a "difficult" experience (just ask Harold; btw his name is Harold, not Howard), but the guy gets results.

Loved Donna's chunky monkey ode!!! Had me rolling!! Also, I'm a fan of Jessica, but her wits just impress me more and more with each passing episode; plus she's smoking hot!!!

The drama in this show is handled very well, I must say.
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We're on it (changing Howard to Harold). Thanks for the heads up!
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