In this discussion, we will delve into the eighth season of the television series “Suits,” produced by USA Network. Firstly, we will provide a recap of the show, highlighting the main events and developments.
Following that, we will present our review of the season, offering our analysis and opinions. Lastly, we will conclude by informing you whether we believe it is worth watching. “Suits,” created by Aaron Korsh, follows the journey.
a highly intelligent college dropout who becomes a lawyer’s associate at a prestigious firm despite lacking a law degree. In season 8, the central storyline revolves around the consequences of the merger between Harvey Lewis and Robert Zane.
As they navigate their new firm, conflicts arise over the position of managing partner, while they also face personal challenges. The tension escalates when Zane’s former firm seeks revenge after being abandoned.
Additionally, the relationships between other partners, such as Harvey’s friend Alex, become strained. The season concludes with Samantha Wheeler and Katrina being promoted to junior partners, but they encounter difficulties in working together.
The departure of key actors from Suits left the show at a crossroads, but it has managed to adapt and create a new direction. While the typical legal drama tropes of partner versus partner and ambitious lawyers remain,
The show has shifted to focus more on interpersonal character drama. The absence of the Harvey-Mike bromance and the Mike-Rachel romance is definitely felt, but the show has chosen not to replace these elements.
And instead, create new storylines. Overall, Suits has managed to maintain its appeal despite the loss of its central premise. The success of the show is not solely reliant on the bromance between Harvey and
And Mike, but rather on the diverse relationships between characters such as Luis, Robert, Alex, and Samantha. Each character brings a unique dynamic to their interactions with Harvey, evoking nostalgia for the relationship between Mike and
And Harvey, as well as the one between Harvey and Jessica. While these new dynamics may not completely fill the void left by the banter scenes of the past, they do provide entertaining moments in their dialogue-heavy discussions.
Additionally, the show introduces a romantic subplot involving Katrina and her associate, Brian, giving her character a chance to shine. However, this storyline feels somewhat contrived and forced.
As a means to add a romantic element to the story. On the other hand, the addition of Alex and Samantha brings a fresh layer to the show that hasn’t been seen in previous seasons, with both actors excelling in their roles.
Meanwhile, Lewis, Harvey, and Robert also have their own moments to shine. The success of the show is not solely reliant on the bromance between Harvey and Mike but rather on the diverse relationships between characters such as Luis, Robert, Alex, and Samantha.
Each character brings a unique dynamic to their interactions with Harvey, evoking nostalgia for the relationship between Mike and Harvey as well as the one between Harvey and Jessica.
While these new dynamics may not completely fill the void left by the banter scenes of the past, they do provide entertaining moments in their dialogue-heavy discussions.
Additionally, the show introduces a romantic subplot involving Katrina and her associate, Brian, giving her character a chance to shine. However, this storyline feels somewhat contrived and forced, serving as a means to add a romantic element to the story.
On the other hand, the addition of Alex and Samantha brings a fresh layer to the show that hasn’t been seen in previous seasons, with both actors excelling in their roles. Meanwhile, Lewis, Harvey, and Robert also have their own moments to shine.
In the previous episode of TV Sins, the watch was removed from an old coffee can and remained there. The YouTube comments section was also mentioned, along with the redhead who was arguing with someone on the other side of the table.
The argument was compared to dogs playing poker, and a check raise was mentioned. The spirit only said “check,” indicating that there was no raise. Poker was highlighted as a way to showcase a character’s intelligence, and a specific card play was described as impressive.
Harvey was praised as a skilled player for winning all the money in a hand where the odds seemed against him. The phrase “the balls in your court” was used metaphorically, and a reference was made to a legal show where men assert their dominance. Previously, Perry Mason was the only show of its kind.
Additionally, this implies that he cheated on the LSAT by using this person’s ID to solve problems. He looks nothing like the person whose ID he used, and since the test administrator recognized him in the end, shouldn’t you also question him thoroughly during check-in?
You were just one step away from rolling out commercials, right? Trevor had one job to do, but it seems like he’s not being very productive. I think it’s a great idea for you to take some stress off Trevor and start writing code.
Jenny might catch Trevor in some lies soon, especially if he’s not doing his job properly. By the way, how did you know Gerald would look at that memo? It’s like a charging bull always looking at the red cape instead of the man with the sword.
But if you really think about it, wouldn’t the fake document be the red cape? So Gerald would have been looking directly at it and caught Harvey in the act. I’m not sure if this metaphor makes sense, but it seems like you only care about money.
I used to wait tables, and I must have been doing so many things wrong because I would ask if the food was okay and avoid making assumptions or insults. But hey, since we’re celebrating, what time do you get off tonight?
Oh, you get off at 10 p.m.? That was a really bad comeback line, but it actually ends up working. It seems like 23% of this pilot is just establishing shots, which is too long.
And 15 seconds of this guy deciding to stay in bed is also too long. When you put two bullies in the same room, things generally don’t go well. Harvey’s humor is intended to be amusing, but it often comes across as bullying.
He mocks his client and teases his associate with wife jokes. Although he tries to sound intelligent, his remarks lack substance. Harvey’s flashy suit, with its shiny fabric and tight tailoring, is supposed to make him look like a pimp, but it’s actually the suit your wife chose for me.
The fact that I’m not married adds an ironic twist to the situation. As a senior partner, I am entitled to an associate, and it’s just a standard rule. I apologize for bringing it up at this moment, especially with our grumpy co-worker present.
The comment about the pimp suit still bothers me. Is it the striped shirt and tie or the six buttons on his vest that make it seem that way? I don’t want to be misjudged, but luckily, my suits are all from a discount store, so I can easily clarify that I’m not that kind of person.
Additionally, Harvey’s suit pockets are not even functional, which brings us to his real talent as a button ninja, as he has never figured out how to use them. I managed to fasten my coat without touching the buttons, which is quite an accomplishment for me.
I must say, I’m impressed with Harvey for the first time. We have a one-time deal going on, and we’re adding a little extra energy to make this episode feel super fresh.
However, I can’t take anyone seriously when they have this type of pet. When we get our own, we’ll know if there are new buyers. I’m saying this loudly after the guy I’m hiding the information from left the room.
It’s frustrating that this TV show doesn’t consider how real humans keep secrets. The guy said that these guys are cops, and whoever is holding that weed is going to jail for a long time.
I’ve seen enough episodes of Matlock to know that if Mike gives up Trevor and Trevor gives up this guy, they’ll figure out the score. The police officer in the show seemed clueless about Mike’s whereabouts.
Yet somehow I managed to find him in the exact place he ended up. Louis Litt’s appearance was unexpected, and his comment about Mike’s calls at an animated bar in Springfield was amusing.
The fact that he hasn’t been to law school but claims to have passed the bar is intriguing. Overall, the show’s setup and plot are strange, reminiscent of “My Mother the Car.”
I apologize if you aspire to be like me, but you’ll have to find your own path. These two individuals work well together, and I find their constant competition entertaining.
However, I haven’t even started on Tribble yet, so I can’t fully judge their chemistry. One of them didn’t follow the dress code, which bothered me, and Clifford’s rambling was uninteresting.
If you ever experience a conversation like this, it’s a clear sign that you’re not engaged. If you want to avoid further trouble, hand me your nametag and head straight to the dean’s office.
Although this idea is amusing, Clifford would eventually realize he was tricked and alert the staff within 20 minutes. It’s worth mentioning that if I were to confess that I fabricated the story about your acceptance into Harvard, they would revoke my license.
However, it’s important to note that they would have taken that action regardless of my previous misconduct. On a different note, I managed to secure a job as a secretary at Tesla, the pharmaceutical company.
By the way, do you remember the incident in the movie “The Fugitive” where the protagonist killed someone who discovered the liver damage caused by a drug produced by that company? Although this story isn’t relevant right now, she should really use a bookmark to prevent the wind from blowing the pages and losing her place.
It’s not about caring or winning; it’s about both. Unfortunately, if the show focused on genuinely nice people, it wouldn’t align with the agenda of the USA Network. So, why do you need my assistance? I’m not sure how to complete a subpoena.
Surprisingly, you have extensive knowledge of legal matters, but you struggle with a simple Google search on filling out paperwork. These setups for jokes are as flimsy as the subpoenas they revolve around. Let me give you two words of advice: if you compliment her right now, it could be considered sexual harassment.
It’s truly astonishing. What brings you here, dumbass? Well, like any drug dealer, I’m here to track down someone who ran off with a briefcase from Pop Rajat Sports Center. Oh, really? That’s quite a coincidence, Harvey.
I wasn’t expecting a bunch of monsters, including a giant snake, to emerge from these elevators any second. The plan is to manipulate the associate by planting a fake employee, and the lawyer thinks he’s lost the case until he has an aha moment from a random conversation unrelated to the case.
It’s a cliché. Mr. Tom, I have been thoroughly entertained since 2004. I want to emphasize that I have never harmed anyone, unlike in 1984. I want to make it explicitly clear that I apologize, but we do not offer skinny jeans at this particular store.
It was a significant error on our part, and I assure you that I am not foolish, so please do not treat me as such. Additionally, we have experimented with pulmonary stimulators and cardiac infusers.