Father Walker: “Confession is supposed to be good for the soul. No one has ever said it has to be done in a little dark box.”
“Faith” is the August 26 summer finale of “Suits.” Reminder: this article has spoilers, so read at your own risk. Be sure you check out the slideshow for more quotes from the episode. “Suits” returns this winter on USA.
Did anyone else have trouble guessing ages during the flashbacks? It took forever to realize that Harvey was supposed to be in law school. Sorry, but Harvey didn’t look all that much younger. At least he didn’t have a terrible wig like Mike did. It was a little difficult to make yourself believe that Mike and Harvey were so many years younger.
Still, the flashbacks were a great way to see the trauma that had been bothering Mike and Harvey for so long. While Harvey worked his issues out with Paula, Mike turned to his childhood pastor. Honestly, Mike’s reason for going to Pastor Walker was unclear, and maybe Mike himself didn’t really understand why he was going.
Raise your hand if you bawled like a child whenever Mike saw the bookcase at the church? Patrick Adams absolutely crushed it. It was impossible not to burst into tears. His breakdown about being afraid was already amazing, and then the bookcase happened. Can we just give Patrick Adams all the awards already?
Louis and Jessica manned the firm, attempting to keep Daniel Hardman at bay. They were our connection to what was going on while both Mike and Harvey were out of the office. Louis and Jessica have always had a strained relationship, so it was nice to see the two of them relying on each other.
Not only that, but Louis surprisingly told Jessica the truth about his confrontation with Hardman. This was something he could have kept to himself in fear of how Jessica would react, but instead, Louis gave Jessica a head’s up, and Jessica understood.This interaction highlighted the best parts of Louis and Jessica’s friendship. When the chips are down, they can count on each other.
Well, Mike’s arrest certainly came out of nowhere. He was moving on with his life, putting his fraudulent tendencies behind him for the sake of his relationship. There are so many questions. Who turned Mike in? How will he get out of it?
Admittedly, the finale was looking like both Harvey and Mike would be leaving the firm, which poses a problem for future seasons. Mike’s arrest will most likely force Harvey to stay at the firm, thus keeping the core group together. If the plan of attack is to prove Mike isn’t a fraud or that he is intelligent enough to serve as a lawyer, then that would ensure that the band never breaks up.
What did you think of the summer finale? Do you think Mike would be happy if he stopped practicing law? Leave me your thoughts in a comment below.