Suits - Season 6
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The sixth season of the American legal drama Suits was ordered on July 1, 2015, and began airing on USA Network in the United States July 13, 2016. The season is produced by Hypnotic Films & Television and Universal Cable Productions, and the executive producers are Doug Liman, David Bartis, and series creator Aaron Korsh. The season has six series regulars playing employees at the fictional Pearson Specter Litt law firm in Manhattan: Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams, Rick Hoffman, Meghan Markle, Sarah Rafferty, and Gina Torres.
Gina Torres left the show following the summer season due to her contract being up, and she starred in ABC's The Catch. She returned for the season finale and was still credited as main cast for the episode. She further went on to star in the Suits spinoff, Pearson.
Mike and Harvey's reunion begins at the top of the hour when Mike shows up at Harvey's apartment to apologize for flipping out on him in the midseason premiere. Harvey accepts Mike's apology and invites him inside to have a drink and hear about his new job at the legal clinic. Said drink leads to Harvey agreeing to host Mike and Rachel's wedding at his apartment, because the writers decided against having art imitate real life by making Mike and Rachel's second stab at a wedding a "rustic" glamp wedding. Meanwhile, Rachel asks Donna to be her maid of honor, which I assumed had already been settled but apparently wasn't. Short story shorter: Mike and Rachel's wedding is back on!
After last week's episode of Suits placed much of the emphasis on Harvey's reconciliation with his estranged mother, season six, episode 13 was more aligned with what we have come to expect from the hit legal drama. "Teeth, Nose, Teeth" weaved several storylines together in an episode that teases some tantalizing arcs to close out the season.
Mike, Harvey, Rachel, Louis and Donna all have their own significant arcs in season six, episode 13. For Mike, he is still adjusting to his new job as a legal clinic supervisor, which allows him to help those in need, but he struggles with the fact that he cannot take part in the actual legal proceedings. Harvey and Louis were tasked with finding a solution to Rachel being denied an interview for admittance to the New York Bar. And Donna, who appears to always help everyone but herself, may have a chance to capitalize on her unique Donna-ness.
I have really enjoyed the back half of Suits' sixth season. In the past, the series has come very close to becoming stale, continuously bringing up Mike's fraud and then finding a way around it (and repeating). Getting rid of the status quo has kept the series fresh, interesting and highly engaging. While I believe that Mike's path back to becoming a lawyer may be a bit rushed (as was the ease with which he found employment), I understand why it needs to happen.
After six seasons of faking it, along with a detour to investment banking and a prison stint, Mike (Patrick J. Adams) -- with some help from Jessica (Gina Torres) (!) --- passed the bar on Wednesday's Season 6 finale of Suits. And without once setting foot in law school! (We've suspended disbelief this long, so just go with it, OK?)
"We wanted to tee up Season 7, so it was [asking] what's that next step," showrunner Aaron Korsh told TVGuide.com. "Our [midseason finales] in general seem to be more cliffhanger-y. Our [season finales] tend to be more set-up-y. It's a readjustment, so that you will hopefully know what's coming, what to expect."Mike's now-legal legal career almost didn't happen thanks to Anita Gibbs (Leslie Hope), who still wants Mike's and Harvey's (Gabriel Macht) heads on a platter, securing a spot on the character and fitness committee and vowing never to vote Mike in. (Side note: I love how Mike and Harvey stood up at exactly the same time when Anita walked in. These two!)
This is a fine note to end on -- if it were the series finale. (USA renewed it for a seventh season in August.) Korsh has always said when he initially pitched the show he never had a grand plan or vision and had been figuring it out as he went. But I've always felt Mike becoming a real lawyer would be a good -- if obvious -- ending. The show already blew up its premise, and the prison stuff was interesting, but the tension, suspense and fun that came with it are gone. Now they're just... lawyers. Suits may be getting a spin-off focused on Jessica
"More" is the thing. Donna can be more than a legal secretary, more than friends with Harvey. Harvey can be more than a name partner. Mike can be more than a convicted felon. Suits is getting at least one more season (and potentially a Jessica spin-off). Do we want more than that?Suits will return in the summer.
In the mid-season/summer finale, Jessica leaves Pearson Specter Litt, and Gina Torres leaves the show! Also, Louis proposes to a pregnant Tara, and OMG, Harvey and Donna end the episode holding hands, in what seems like a platonic way.
For the first eight episodes of season six, the former Pearson Specter Litt lawyer has been behind bars, serving time after being exposed as an attorney with a fraudulent law degree. Now, with the help of mentor and ex-boss Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), it seems his time in prison may be coming to an end.
ET: This season has been such a ride for you and your character, Mike Ross. For the first part of the season, it felt like a completely different show with Mike in prison. How has it been navigating through that?
Back to the table of Contents Page Classifieds Palo Alto Online Publication Date: Friday, March 19, 2004 PREP ROUNDP He suits Menlo just fineHe suits Menlo just fine (March 19, 2004) Knights' junior Andy Suiter pitches a one-hitter with 13 strikeouts by Keith Peters Craig Schoof probably has every game Andy Suiter pitches circled on his Menlo School baseball schedule. And with every circle, Schoof knows his team has a very good opportunity of winning. Suiter, a junior left-hander, is that good and that dependable.On Wednesday, Suiter pitched a masterful, complete-game one-hitter and struck out 13 during a 5-1 triumph over host Jefferson in a PAL Lake Division game. The only hit came in the second inning on a bad-hop single that caromed off the face of Menlo first baseman Chris Francis.Suiter also walked two batters. The only negative on the day was that Suiter allowed his first run of the season. The second-inning run by Jefferson ended Suiter's scoreless streak at 22 innings.Suiter received plenty of help at the Knights improved to 6-1 with its division-opening victory. Senior designated hitter Tommy Whitfield had three hits in four at-bats, including a double, and junior leadoff hitter Ryan Cavan tripled, singled and scored two runs. Nathan Adelman drove in two runs for the Knights, who host Jefferson today at 3:15 p.m.While Menlo was breezing, Menlo-Atherton and Palo Alto had to rally to pull out victories.At Flood Park, the Bears (1-0, 5-5) rallied for four runs in the bottom of the seventh to pull out an 8-7 victory over Carlmont in a PAL Bay Division opener.Menlo-Atherton first tied the game at 3 when Kyle McCabe slammed a solo homer in the bottom of the sixth. The Bears appeared to have wrapped things up when Alec Roth doubled and J.T. Power singled him home for a 4-3 lead.Carlmont, however, scored four runs in the top of the seventh and forced the Bears to play catch up once more. They did.With the bases loaded, Domenic Di Ricco singled in two runs and took second on the throw home. Clark Hagman then doubled, driving home Alex Bedrosian and Di Ricco for the tying and winning runs.Justin Dove had three hits for the Bears while David Klein, Roth and Power had two. Di Ricco, Hagman and Power all had two RBI for the Bears, who visit Carlmont today at 3:30 p.m.At Palo Alto, the Vikings (2-2, 4-4) had only one hit in their SCVAL De Anza Division game with second-place Los Gatos, but made it count in a big way. Senior Max Pinto laced a three-run homer in the bottom of the sixth inning to carry Paly to a 3-2 triumph.Carl Laughton got his first pitching win of the season and Jeremy Gillan, who has a 3-0 record as a starter, picked up the save. The win came on the heels of a disappointing 6-4 loss to host Los Altos on Monday. The Vikings made an error that led to three Los Altos runs in the second while stranding six runners in scoring position and having two more runners thrown out.The Vikings play host to Milpitas today at 3:30 p.m., hoping to gain some consistency.Elsewhere in baseball action:Gunn got three hits from Jeff Mendelman and a home run from Nate Urbassik, but the Titans (1-1, 4-2) still fell to Lynbrook in SCVAL El Camino Division action. Gunn will play Mountain View on Saturday at Baylands at 7 p.m. Mountain View is led by pitcher Erik Davis, headed for Stanford in the fall. Golf Palo Alto took advantage of ideal weather conditions Wednesday to shoot its lowest total of the season during a 181-200 triumph over Los Altos in an SCVAL De Anza Division match at Shoreline Golf Links.Shoreline, which can get significantly more difficult when the afternoon winds kick up, was at the mercy of the Vikings on the windless day. Senior John Robinson led the way with a season-low 4-under-par 32. He had four birdies and no bogeys. He and his teammates fired 11 birdies on the day and one eagle to remain perfect at 4-0.Sophomore Natty Stern followed with a 35, junior Will Haydon checked in at 37 along with sophomore Max Rausch, while senior Andy Livingston wrapped things up with a 40 over the nine-hole layout. Swimming The Sacred Heart Prep boys continued to post fast times and victories by rolling over visiting Menlo on Tuesday, 106-64, in nonleague action. The Gators improved to 3-1 while the Knights fell to 0-2.Seniors Brandon Child and Bradley Thompson both registered a pair of individual victories in addition to swimming legs on winning relays. Child sped to good times in the 50 free (22.67) and 100 free (50.08) while Thompson defeated Menlo senior Taylor Wells in a close 200 free (1:48.55 for Thompson) before adding the 500 free in 5:12.99.SHP junior Ryan Kauffman won the 100 fly in 57.47 and swam on the Gators' winning 400 free relay that clocked a season best of 3:23.51. Gators' freshman Kameron Flores-Maxfield, who broke the school record in the 200 IM a week ago, produced another decent winning time of 2:03.33 in dominating the field.In the girls' meet, Menlo (1-1) received solid winning efforts from junior Kelsey Haley (50 free, 100 fly) and freshman Whitney Allen (200 free, 100 free) in a 105-65 nonleague win over host Sacred Heart Prep. Haley and Allen also swam legs on the winning 200 free and 400 free relay teams. Boys tennis Menlo (6-0, 7-0) continued to roll in the PAL Bay Division with a 7-0 romp over host Carlmont on Wednesday.Elsewhere, senior Nial Brash won a pair of matches at No. 1 singles to help Menlo-Atherton (3-2, 4-2) defeat Burlingame, 6-1, in Bay Division play and Pinewood, 4-3, in a nonleague match. In the Pinewood match, the Bears' No. 3 doubles tandem of freshman Evan Kelson and sophomore Alex Steck sealed the victory with a 6-3, 6-1 triumph.Palo Alto (3-2, 7-2) followed up tough 5-2 De Anza Division loss to visiting Monta Vista on Tuesday with a 6-1 nonleague triumph over St. Francis on Wednesday. Palo Alto will host a tournament today and Saturday. Finals are Saturday at 1 p.m. E-mail a friend a link to this story. 781b155fdc