Suits

Season 1 Episode 3

Inside Track

15
Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Jul 07, 2011 on USA
8.2
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Although Jessica tries to rein in Harvey, he goes rogue when he needs to fix a crisis with a client. Meanwhile, Mike learns he has to host a dinner for the rookies and asks Rachel for help.

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  • Well, I've to say that Harvey is good at teaching Mike the ropes of a lawyer..in a SARCASTIC way.

    8.5
    Entertaining still. With Mike cutting off ties with Trevor and maybe Jenny (as you've seen the cliffhanger), maybe ther'll be a twist when Trevor goes to Pearson-Hardman (where Mike works as Harvey's associate) and blackmails Mike in getting even for ruining his life. For the record Harvey and Mike are the best bromance couple so far. Not that close but they sure know how to keep the audience being entertained with their sarcasm on their different lifestyle.moreless
Titus Welliver

Titus Welliver

Dominic Barone

Guest Star

Julian DeZotti

Julian DeZotti

Devon

Guest Star

Hamish McEwan

Hamish McEwan

Robert Stetzen

Guest Star

Vanessa Ray

Vanessa Ray

Jenny Griffith

Recurring Role

Tom Lipinski

Tom Lipinski

Trevor

Recurring Role

Rebecca Schull

Rebecca Schull

Edith Ross

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    • Mike: Devon, looking at my computer is a violation of exactly seven hostile workplace environment statutes.
      Devon: What are you going to do? Sue me?
      Mike: No. No, no, no. I'm just gonna use it as legal cover if I decide to kick your ass.

    • Harvey: (to Mike) You have been giving me shit this morning because I come and go because I want to. Do you know why I can do that? Because when I got here I dominated. They thought I was working a hundred hours a day. Now, no matter what time I get in, nobody questions my ability to get the job done. Get it through your head, first impressions last. You start behind the eight ball, you'll never get in front.

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