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More Suits. Comments are subject to our community guidelines, which can be viewed here. Unlike Harvey, who is known to almost always prefer settlements to trials, Louis believes that trials are not necessarily a bad thing.
He is known to be the firm's highest billing attorney in terms of hours, and has a strong work ethic, on one occasion proving it by finishing the associates' monthly work in a single evening.
Louis has a love of Broadway, ballet, origami, mudding, tennis, and recreational gun target practice.
His address is E 59th St. He has a rivalry with Harvey Specter that began when they were associates.
Louis is particularly jealous of Harvey's success and feels that his own contributions to the firm have been overlooked as a result. He was promoted to junior partner before Harvey was, but Harvey is promoted to senior partner first, a promotion Louis believes he should have gotten instead.
Despite his animosity toward Harvey, Louis believes that Harvey is a great lawyer and does his best to help Harvey when the good of the firm is at stake.
Harvey, in return, acknowledges Louis's value, financial expertise, and commitment to the firm, with Harvey himself expressing more than once that Louis is the firm's hardest-working attorney.
Harvey confirms this again in the series finale while arguing about Louis with special master Faye Richardson, telling her that she took "the best lawyer in this firm" and stripped him of his dignity.
He has been rightfully suspicious of Mike Ross' status as a Harvard graduate since he was hired, going so far as to fake a positive drug test in an attempt to trick him into admitting it.
When Harvey is accused of suppressing evidence , Louis is asked to stand-in for prosecutor to-be Travis Tanner in the mock trial.
He uses the mock trial to confront Jessica about Harvey's better treatment. In the season two episode "Sucker Punch", Louis has Mike hooked up to a lie detector as a means of getting information about Harvey and asks Mike where he attended law school.
Mike answers that he has a diploma from Harvard Law School , which is an essentially true statement, and it seems to have eased Louis's suspicions.
As of the season 2 episode "Asterisk," Louis has been promoted to senior partner by Daniel Hardman. He has the deciding vote in the firm's managing partner vote; though he is angry with Hardman for treating him poorly in the past, he is also angry with Jessica for the way she has constantly overlooked him in recent years.
He ultimately votes in favor of Hardman which gives Jessica's position to Hardman by one vote, although this is short-lived.
After Hardman has been ousted once again and Jessica reinstated as managing partner, his relationship with Harvey is severely damaged, but Louis tries to move on.
As a newly minted senior partner, Louis is entitled to hire a Harvard Law graduate as an associate attorney of his own.
He becomes smitten with Maria the secretary of her Harvard class and former US Supreme Court clerk who accepts his offer; but by chance when she is introduced to Donna and it becomes clear that Mike's undercover status as a fraudulent HLS graduate could be put in jeopardy, Jessica is forced to order Louis to rescind the offer, leaving him angry and embittered.
Harvey's resentment and anger towards Louis doesn't die off. In the episode "Blood in the Water" after Hardman's dismissal, Harvey seethingly confronts Louis in his office and accuses him falsely of betrayal, leaking a list of the best Pearson Hardman associates to Alison Holt at Bratton Gould.
The intensity of Harvey's confrontation leaves Louis seriously shaken, and, convinced he has no future at Pearson Hardman, approaches Alison Holt to inquire about moving to a position at Bratton Gould.
He comes to Jessica convinced that she sent Harvey to intimidate him into leaving requesting her to waive the non-compete clause of his partner's agreement so he can join Bratton Gould; Jessica does as he asks, but reveals that Harvey's actions were not under her direction whatsoever and requests that he stay at Pearson Hardman.
She also verbally acknowledges face-to-face seriously and unprompted for the first time that she was wrong, and in contrast to her initial reaction in the episode "Asterisk" that Hardman's decision to grant Louis a senior partnership was indeed correct and well-deserved; Louis is visibly moved by this rare show of remorse on Jessica's part.
Despite this, Louis initially decided to submit his resignation regardless, but later changes his mind and decides to stay. Starting off season 4, Louis is torn inside following the events of the previous season, and his former love Sheila seeming out of reach he dives into his work and into mild depression.
Louis, still unsure of what to do, goes to Donna to advice who tells him "to wait for Jessica to come to him" with a large offer.
His secretary Katrina, however, after seeing Jeff Malone's entrance tells Louis that if he waits, he may miss his chance, which he does.
Things continue downhill for Louis, Malone being offered a senior partner position only worsens things as it was seen as an attempt to make himself obsolete.
As friction between Louis and Jeff increase, Donna helps intervene on Louis's behalf, and convinces her to give Louis, the large coveted corner office to help soothe his ego, which it does.
The friction, however, continues over into "Two in the knees" as the firm becomes increasingly pressed by the SEC and Louis rebuffs Jeff's attempt to calm the waters during the broker investigation.
Louis is heavily offended by Mike, when going into a courtroom right before their hearing, when Mike shows him doctored photos of his love Sheila, seemingly being engaged, which rattles him to the core.
This, however, turns out to be fake and as revenge, in "Leverage" Louis goes above Mike's head to prevent him from getting much needed investment funds from Tony Gianopolous in the takeover war that Mike is waging with Pearson Specter over Gillis Industries.
Louis attempts to patch his relationship in several episodes, failing miserably and actually putting Harvey at arm's length. Defeated, and intent on proving his worth to his friend, Jessica provides him that opportunity when she offers him a chance to invalidate the sale of Wexler stocks so that the firm never bought them and prevent the SEC from being able to scrutinize the firm further.
Louis finds a loophole, and instead of waiting for Jessica's approval or consulting Harvey, he unwinds the sale and puts the deal, which at that moment takes Harvey off his feet as he was just using those shares of Wexler to try and leverage a deal with Forstman, who had as a result of Louis's actions purchased them already on the open market.
Louis, feeling bad and guilty for betraying Harvey; albeit without knowing it, is intent on fixing the problem.
Going to Forstman, Louis makes a deal with Forstman to sell the shares to Logan Sanders, Harvey's former client through the Gillis takeover arc.
Only after this does Louis confide in Katrina that in order to do the deal, he had to funnel money through offshore accounts, which amounted to Tax Evasion, and is a felony.
While impressing Harvey, the sale wracks on Louis's nerves as he frantically searches for a way to undo the deal when Forstman then seals him into it, by forcing Louis to take a payoff as "incentive" to not rat him out or turn on him over the deal.
Louis, still enraged from his Forstman deal and seemingly at his own pity, is offered a reward from Jessica for his save-the-day move.
Originally, he chooses that he wants to finally be named partner in the firm, which Jessica says is still off the table.
He then chooses to get more vacation and work-from-home time, giving him an opportunity to fix things with Sheila.
However, after encountering Mike on his way to take a job with Forstman which Louis interrupts, he instead uses his reward from Jessica to rehire Mike and prevent him from taking a job with Forstman.
Hoping the Gillis deal is behind them, Louis buries his fee receipt deep in the Gillis files, but then is immediately dismayed when Mike informs him of Sean Cahill's attempt from the SEC to get the Gillis takeover files.
Louis desperately tries to get Forstman to undo their deal, but Forstman will only agree if he can get Harvey involved in a similar deal.
As Louis is there, Harvey and Mike both figure out what Louis is doing and try to find him, but in their effort, Louis has already gone to Jessica and explained what he did.
As Harvey arrives she fills him in, and expresses her discontent and promises to fire Louis after the deals are done. Louis goes then to the SEC the next day and confesses in person to Cahill, but unable to reach him, speaking to Woodall first.
He is quickly rushed from the building and told by Woodall that the SEC is "only going after the big fish" and is not interested in his confession.
Louis, perplexed, returned to the office and the next morning, realizes that the reason for this is that Woodall must have made a similar deal with Forstman in the past, which if the SEC were to begin investigations on, would find that Woodall had taken money from Forstman.
Louis, knowing that Jessica intends to fire him but still wanting to help, tags along with Mike and Harvey as they convince to Sean Cahill that instead of coming to Pearson Specter, that he should focus his attention on his own boss for malicious prosecution.
They offer up Woodall, who plays right into their hand by denying access to his bank records. After returning to the firm, Louis leaves his resignation in "Gone" before Jessica has the chance to fire him.
Louis is then given a job opportunity in Boston via Harvey, where Sheila also works. Happy and trusting, Louis goes to Sheila who quickly rebuffs his love advances as not genuine, and she dismisses him.
Acting on a tip from Katrina, his former associate, Louis steals Versalife, a client that Harvey would possibly have to drop due to antitrust complications.
Harvey, however, with Mike's assistance, approaches Walter Gillis and convinces him to buy a division of Versalife, thus getting Pearson Specter under the antitrust threshold.
Mike returns the contents of Louis's office to him and attempts to console him. In doing so, Mike drops a clue that accidentally gives away his secret about never attending Harvard.
Mike asks about a key in Louis's box several times. Louis then explains the significance of the key, that it is an item given to Harvard graduates of the Order of the Coif.
After Mike leaves, Louis deduces that Mike, as a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard Law, should have known about the key.
Taking his allegations to Jessica in the final scenes of "This Is Rome", Louis angrily gets her to admit to being a liar and a hypocrite with regard to Mike.
He has been engaged to Sheila Sazs and Tara Messer in the past and failed both relationships. In season 7, Sheila walks back into Louis's life and they both decide to be together and have children.
She aspires to be an attorney, but she suffers from test anxiety and cannot score well enough on the LSAT. Late in season 1, she kisses Mike, leaving him confused about his feelings for her.
She later leaves him a voice-mail, which Mike never hears. However, Mike's girlfriend Jenny learns about it and become suspicious about Mike's feelings for Rachel.
After Rachel goes on a double-date with Mike and Jenny, Jenny breaks up with Mike, opening the door to a relationship between Mike and Rachel.
However, the relationship ended before it started as Rachel sensed that Mike was hiding something and broke up with him. Her father, Robert Zane, is a name partner at Rand, Calder, and Zane, a fact she does not want people to know.
Her family is wealthy, but she lives on her own income to prove a point to her father, who always wanted a son and who has told her multiple times that she should consider another career.
She is a foodie and loves ballet. However, she does stun Mike with the revelation that she hasn't seen classic movies like Casablanca or Citizen Kane , dismissing them as "old.
However, none of the actual LSAT exams are administered in the evening. It is revealed late in season 2 that, despite her score and being a legacy via her father, she does not rate highly enough among all the applicants to get into the next semester's Harvard Law class.
Louis discovers this and, to spare Rachel's feelings, blames it on his affair with Sheila Sasz going badly.
Two episodes later, she learns she was also accepted into Stanford Law School , much to the chagrin of Mike who does not want her to move 3, miles away.
She finally decides to attend Columbia Law School to stay close to Mike and also work as a part-time associate at the firm. In season 4, Rachel replaces Mike as Harvey's associate, but is often snubbed and mistreated by him, unlike Mike.
Harvey is involved in keeping together Logan Sanders' company, who is revealed to be Rachel's ex-boyfriend. After a series of events Rachel and Logan share a passionate kiss, which makes her feel guilty and she immediately confesses to Mike, who is hurt and leaves her for a while.
At the end of the season Mike proposes marriage to Rachel. In season five, Rachel continually struggles to keep Mike's secret from her parents.
When Mike's former love interest Claire turns out to be the opposing counsel on Mike's first case as a junior partner, Rachel handles the entire case on Mike's behalf and ultimately has to beg Claire for keeping Mike's secret.
When Mike gets arrested, Anita Gibbs tries to get Rachel to testify against Mike and Harvey by using her contacts with Rachel's professor, threatening her entire career.
When Mike decides to settle with Anita Gibbs, he decides to marry Rachel; however, changing his decision at the last moment out of guilt leaving her in her wedding dress.
In season six, Rachel's abilities as a lawyer are put to test when she handles an innocence project and against all odds saves Leonard Bailey from getting executed for a crime that he didn't commit.
Later she is given assurance by Louis that she will be admitted as a Second year associate after her graduation. However, her career is once again threatened when in midst of a plan to get Harvey's help, an ethics board member refuses her the opportunity to pass the bar although Harvey later saves her.
She also constantly supports Louis through his tempestuous relationship with Tara and is the only one holding him through his trauma when it ends.
In season 7, they decide to get married and move to Seattle to run a legal clinic together. They get married in the last episode of the season.
She listens in on all the conversations in his office, partially because he never turns the intercom off.
She knows the private details of his personal life and relationships. She is also an integral part of Harvey's pre-trial ritual. She was promoted to the post of Chief Operating Officer of the firm in season 7.
Donna, like Harvey, is brashly confident and self-assured, but unlike Harvey, she is able to understand her own feelings well and intuitively understand the feelings of others around her and how those people's feelings are reflected through their corresponding actions.
She often explains Harvey's feelings to him when he is on the verge of making a gut decision with significant potential for future repercussions for him or his relationships with his clients or co-workers.
She often also takes pride at knowing things before Harvey asks for them, and is usually able to out-think everyone, except for Harvey, who is usually able to quickly discern when Donna has an ulterior motive and makes a point of calling her out on it, despite her efforts to prevent him from doing so.
Donna is considered the best legal secretary in New York City, and she carries enough power in the firm to intimidate senior partner Louis Litt , especially since she remembers most of Louis's indiscretions.
Mike Ross often comes to her when he thinks he needs help, and she mocks him because he does not really need help; when Mike actually needs help, she provides all the assistance she can.
She often jokes that she knows everything, and she is witty and has sardonic sense of humor. Whenever she solves a seemingly impossible problem for Harvey, Louis or Mike, they inevitably ask how she did it and she often gives the simple response, "I'm Donna.
Donna is friends with Rachel Zane. During a conversation with Mike in season 2, it is implied that Donna once had romantic feelings for Harvey.
In an earlier conversation with Rachel, she says that she was never romantically involved with Harvey because if the relationship did not work out, she could not continue working for him.
However, it is revealed that she once had a boyfriend who broke up with her because she placed her working relationship with Harvey over her romantic relationship with her boyfriend.
When she learns that Harvey believes she loves him, she tells him that despite what she once told him, she loves him "like a brother or a cousin.
In the season 2 episode "Break Point", Donna found that she signed in an allegedly buried document and then lost it.
When she finds it, she succumbs to pressure from outside counsel and illegally destroys it, exposing and causing trouble for the firm; She is soon after fired by Jessica Pearson for her actions.
Afterwards, Donna is furious with Harvey because he did not fight aggressively for her job, did not fire her himself, and never personally called her.
She hires her own attorney and intends to plead the Fifth in the trial. She refuses to participate in the mock trial , even though Harvey asks her in person.
Mike eventually convinces her, but she declines to answer any questions as she intended. Louis, playing the part of prosecutor, asks her if she loves Harvey.
She tries to say that she cannot answer with a simple yes or no, but Louis aggressively pursues a simple answer. When Harvey comes to her defense and ends the questioning, she leaves without a word and is later furious with Mike for not anticipating that Louis would ask such a question.
At the end of the episode "High Noon", when it is revealed that Hardman forged and planted the document that Donna allegedly signed, Harvey resolves to get Donna her job back.
Though she is initially upset with Harvey for defending her against Louis and letting Louis believe she loves Harvey, she returns to the firm after Harvey admits he needs her.
In season 3, Donna begins a romantic relationship with Darby's fixer, Stephen Huntley. The morning after their first date, she goes to the copy room to flirt with Stephen, leaving Harvey to ask where she was upon her returning to her desk.
Not wanting to tell Harvey about her and Stephen dating, she simply says she was helping Stephen with some copying, leaving Harvey to sternly remind her, "You work for me.
In the fifth episode of the third season, when Donna tells Harvey that she's sleeping with Stephen; though visibly a bit uneasy, he responds that it is ultimately a matter of indifference to him, so long as Donna keeps it fully separate from her life and work in the office, where she is responsible only to him, to which she fully agrees.
Later though, in the season 3 episode "The Other Time", Harvey admits that her relationship with Stephen does aggravate him.
In the sixth episode of the third season, it is revealed that Harvey and Donna slept together once when he quit the DA's office 10 years ago, since Donna had told him she doesn't date people she works with and they didn't work together any longer for the time being.
When Harvey was promoted at Pearson Hardman, he tells her he needs her there and that he doesn't want to be a lawyer without her.
She decides to accept his offer to be his secretary and they both agree that they will forget their night together, and from there starts the mysterious can-opener tradition.
After remembering all they've been through, Harvey admits to Donna that her relationship with Stephen does bother him but implies that it does not mean he wants her for himself.
She tells him she knows and says, "This is exactly why I had that policy. In season 4, Donna falls into significant legal jeopardy when she illegally acquires evidence from Mike and it forces Harvey and her to put the problem of defining their relationship under a microscope.
Harvey has often said that he loves her, but it often leaves Donna perplexed and upset with Harvey, who is unwilling to outwardly move past it strictly platonic emotion and show a romantic interest because of the vulnerabilities it would force him to be exposed to.
Donna eventually realizes that she cannot deal with this never-ending lack of definition to their relationship, and decides to leave Harvey to go to work for Louis, whose previous secretary had just died in the season finale.
Season 5 starts where the previous one leaves off, with Harvey feeling gutted and abandoned. He angrily rebuffs her offer of a standard 2-week transitional period to look for a replacement.
In season 6, Donna works with office IT guy Benjamin to develop a digital personal assistant featuring her quips and advice.
While their efforts to market the device are frustrating and ultimately fail, the experience inspires Donna to want more out of her life, but she is not exactly sure what.
In season 7, she demands that Harvey give her a "seat at the table" as a senior partner. Harvey initially agrees, but later says it won't work because it dilutes what it means to be a senior partner at the firm.
During the season, Donna becomes jealous of Harvey's growing romantic relationship with his therapist Dr.
Paula Agard as her unresolved feelings for Harvey bubble back up to the surface. In season 7, episode 10 "Donna", she kisses Harvey unexpectedly after having conversations with Mike and Louis.
She later apologizes for it, but this leads to Harvey admitting to Paula not only about the kiss but also that had slept with Donna in the past, causing a rough patch between the two.
Donna also resigns from the firm when Paula gives him an ultimatum to choose between working with Donna and his relationship but Harvey brings her back by breaking up with Paula and choosing her.
In season 8, she starts dating Louis's client, Thomas Kessler. Harvey breaks privilege by telling Donna that a deal Thomas has been given by Harvey's client is merely a rouse to use him as a stalking horse.
Donna ultimately tells Thomas, ultimately resulting in Harvey and Donna fighting about the latter losing faith in the former.
While Harvey has been summoned for questioning with the ethics committee, he tells Thomas to not throw Donna under the bus and blame him completely.
Donna doesn't show up to the hearing despite being summoned, making Harvey realise that she's the one he wants to be with and he runs to her apartment and they passionately kiss.
In season 9, Donna and Harvey married in the last episode of the series finale, with Mike Ross visiting from Seattle. When faced with a dilemma, she will choose the less risky choice, although it may have diminished returns.
If, in spite of this, Harvey or Mike Ross choose a riskier but more profitable course of action, she will harshly rebuke him, even if the risk pays off.
Despite outward appearances, Jessica has performed unethical, immoral, and possibly illegal deeds. She takes loyalty seriously and will react badly to those who betray her as in season 1 when she discovers a good friend has been stealing from the firm for years and harshly leads a lawsuit against her.
While in college, she felt that classmate currently a Judge Ella Medeiros was too uptight; simultaneously they were competing for a job they both wanted.
To neutralize her as a threat to Jessica's chances she caused Ella to become heavily intoxicated and placed her in the nude while unconscious in a lecture classroom.
This comes back to haunt Jessica when Ella becomes the judge assigned to a case involving her client. Whenever Jessica feels that someone is too uptight, she "straightens them out"; to straighten Louis Litt out, she did to him what she did to Ella, and she told him to blame Harvey, to straighten Harvey out.
Jessica is in a quandary with respect to Harvey: she realizes Harvey is her greatest asset and the firm's best rainmaker because of his willingness to do whatever it takes to win, but she has difficulty controlling him and she cannot trust him to do exactly as she instructs.
Jessica is divorced from Quentin Sainz, a pharmaceutical chemist and businessman who was diagnosed with ALS , and later dies in the third-season episode 'Yesterday's Gone'.
At the end of season 1, Trevor Evans tells her that Mike does not have a law degree and Harvey is protecting Mike. When Jessica investigates, she discovers that Harvard's records show that Mike has a law school diploma, but she also finds that he has no record of an undergraduate degree, convincing her that the Harvard degree is a fraud.
Even though she plans to have Harvey fire Mike, she lets Mike continue working because Daniel Hardman returns to the firm and Harvey threatens to quit if Mike is fired, leaving her vulnerable to Daniel.
Jessica uses Mike's secret against him at the end of season 2, when she has him deliberately lose a case to ensure her merger with Darby International goes through, under the threat that she will use an anonymous letter to reveal Mike's status as an unlicensed attorney.
This puts her at odds with Harvey, and even though she and Harvey work together on a case while she tries to make amends, she admits that if she had to do it all over again, she would.
With this threat lifted, Harvey plots with Darby's apparent compliance to take over the New York office from Jessica.
Eventually Harvey admits this to her, and their relationship is temporarily destroyed. She remains angry for a while and make that clear to both Harvey and Edward.
Eventually she begins to empathize with Harvey, and as a consolation prize, makes him a name partner. After Ava's charges are dropped, Jessica forces Darby to begin negotiations to dissolve the merger.
She agrees to waive the Harvard rule for Rachel and, after noting her long presence at the firm and overwhelming expertise as a paralegal, agrees to also pay for Rachel's law school tuition as she did for Harvey.
In season 4, it is revealed that Jessica had been engaging in a romantic relationship with a senior prosecutor for the SEC Jeff Malone for quite some time.
She hires him at the firm at the beginning of the season, but insists to him that the romantic side of their relationship is finished as long as he is at the firm.
She eventually relents and changes her mind on this, after Malone's respectful but incessant forcing of emotions on her, him wanting to keep both parts of their relationship.
Eventually she is forced to lie to Jeff about the truth behind Louis's sudden resignation and near-immediate return, which puts their relationship on the line.
When Jeff finds out that she had been lying, he breaks up with her, and resigns from the firm a few days later.
In season 6, Jessica leaves the firm to Louis and Harvey to explore more of herself. She appears in season 7 on various occasions.
She first appears in the season two episode "Blind-Sided" as an assistant district attorney in the Manhattan DA's office, assigned to prosecute a hit-and-run accident case involving the son of a longtime client of Harvey's.
She offers Mike a deal on the case in exchange for Mike putting in a good word for her with Harvey, indicating her desire to leave the DA's office and enter private practice.
She was soon after hired by Harvey, but solely to protect Mike from being investigated after he broke privilege during the case's proceedings.
Once hired, she constantly uses her "fifth" year status to intimidate everyone beneath her at the firm; she browbeats both Rachel and Mike into following her orders as if they were her subordinates under her purview she might outrank them in terms of seniority, but they don't report to her and aren't required to follow her instructions.
In the episode "Unfinished Business", she desires to be involved in a case that Harvey and Mike are working on, so she sneaks into Harvey's office while Harvey is gone and Donna is away from her desk and places a file with important though unsolicited research on Harvey's desk.
When confronted by Mike in Harvey's office, she refuses to back off, only doing so after being sternly reprimanded by Donna in support of Mike.
She later attempts to make amends with Mike, but he rebuffs her. Suspicious of her motives, Mike points out her mistreatment of everyone below her level at the firm since her arrival.
In response, she deliberately humiliates Mike to the whole firm by creating a prank cartoon with Mike's face attached to a baby in a stroller with a pacifier, then displays it on all the computer monitors in the entire firm by hacking the firm's server.
When confronted by Harvey, she claims to be resentful of the fact that he hired her to solve a crucial problem, but since then he completely ignores her, not giving her any cases or instructions.
She insists that he should be also working with her, not only Mike. Ultimately, her actions against Mike lead her to be left to only work with Louis, to whom she had initially refused a request to be his personal associate.
Louis eventually gives in and gives her a case to work on, becoming his protege. After she and Mike are forced to work together on Louis's case and they come up with a solution, she tells Louis that Mike deserves the credit.
Katrina and Mike call a truce, though she assures him that her allegiance is now to Louis. Her loyalty to Louis gets her fired by Jessica in the season 3 episode "Know When to Fold 'Em", but Rachel is able to convince Jessica that Katrina was not at fault, and she is soon reinstated.
In season 4, she helps Louis navigate through the Gillis Industries takeover battle, and his dealings with Charles Forstman, even forging a document to cover up Louis's part in the tax evasion on Forstman's behalf.
In the episode "This is Rome", she gives the recently fired Louis information that allows him to steal a Pearson Specter client, which is a condition of Louis's offer of a senior partnership from Robert Zane.
She assumes that she will be Louis's associate at his new firm, and is therefore not bothered when Jessica finds out and fires her—that is, until Jessica reveals that Mike was able to win the client back, meaning Louis will not be getting the job he was promised.
Later in the season, Rachel gets the presently unemployed Katrina a job at her father's firm. In season 6, Katrina is lured back to the struggling Pearson Specter Litt firm, after Louis convinces her she will have a much quicker path to senior partner at her old place of employment.
She makes senior partner at Zane Specter Litt in season 8. Katrina is fired by special master Faye Richardson in the penultimate episode of the series season 9 , but is rehired following Faye's exit and promoted to name partner in the series finale.
He serves as one of the main characters of season 8, as he competes with Samantha to get his name on the wall next after a merger with Robert Zane.
Harvey and Robert ultimately agree to put both Samantha's and Alex's names on the wall. It's revealed in season 9 that Alex, under duress, helped cover up the Reform Corp prison murder while at Bratton Gould, something that has haunted him ever since.
She serves as Robert's right-hand man. After being promised by Zane that her name would be next on the wall, she learns that she will be in competition with Alex for that honor because Harvey had promised the same thing to Alex.
Having come from a difficult childhood in Foster care, Samantha looks to Robert as a father figure. In season 9, she decides to search for her biological parents.
After meeting her birth father, she learns that neither of her parents gave her up. The father says he merely had a fling with her mother, who never told him she got pregnant, and her mother died when Samantha was two years old.
She is fired from Specter Litt Wheeler Williams in season 9 by Faye Richardson, who was appointed by the bar as a special master to oversee operations at the firm following the disbarment of Robert Zane.
In the series finale, Louis rehires Samantha and her name is returned to the wall. She is initially unaware that Trevor is dealing marijuana.
When she learns the truth, she is upset that both Trevor and Mike lied to her. She asks Mike to convince Trevor to stop dealing, but before Mike can talk to him, Trevor again lies and tells her that he stopped dealing because of his conversation with Mike.
Mike tells Jenny that the conversation never happened, and she breaks up with Trevor. She is happy to learn that Mike is working as a lawyer and keeps the fact that he does not have a law degree secret.
She agrees to act as a witness in Mike's mock trial , and they begin their relationship while practicing for the trial. However, Trevor tells her about a voice-mail Rachel Zane left for Mike, and Jenny becomes suspicious of Mike's true feelings for Rachel.
After meeting Rachel on a double date, Jenny breaks up with Mike to allow him to pursue a relationship with Rachel. Trevor Evans Tom Lipinski is a marijuana dealer and a computer programmer of dubious skill.
He is also Mike Ross ' best friend and is Jenny Griffith 's boyfriend. He has become financially well-off dealing drugs, but he allows Jenny to believe that he makes his money through computer programming.
In the pilot episode, a cash-strapped Mike agrees to deliver drugs for Trevor, but Trevor accidentally sends him into a sting operation.
Mike stops talking to Trevor, partially because of the operation and partially because his boss Harvey Specter orders him to do so, and their friendship begins to deteriorate.
In the episode "Bail Out", Trevor is held for ransom, and Harvey rescues him. Mike then buys Trevor a bus ticket to Montana, where Trevor stays for most of the season.
He later returns and helps Harvey and Mike intimidate a witness into telling the truth. Angry, he tells Jenny about the voicemail, casting doubt over Mike's feelings for Rachel, and tells Jessica Pearson that Mike does not have a law degree in the season 1 finale.
At the end of the season 2 premiere, Mike meets in person with Trevor, who threatens to ruin Mike's life more than he already has. Mike responds by revealing that he knows Trevor's social security number and will use the information against Trevor if the need arises.
In season 5, Trevor reappears in the present, meeting Mike for a drink at a bar to discuss Mike's wedding. Trevor apologizes and takes responsibility for his actions at their last encounter in person season 2, episode 1.
Trevor explains to Mike that, though he graciously appreciates the invitation, he cannot attend because his wife has forbid him from staying in contact with anyone from his past who was associated with him and his criminal activities, and that Mike's current status as a fraudulently licensed and practicing attorney fits that category.
Later in the season, he appears as a witness for the prosecution against Mike, after promising Mike that he wouldn't.
Trevor insists that he had no choice but to comply with Anita Gibbs the ADA prosecuting the case and that she showed him that they had an airtight case.
While on the stand, Harvey is able to destroy his credibility and testimony in open court, pointing out that Trevor has a long criminal past, his girlfriend Jenny left him for Mike once she found out he was dealing, and that he is only appearing because he was promised immunity.
Edith Ross Rebecca Schull is Mike Ross ' paternal grandmother and guardian after his parents' deaths. Mike placed her in a nursing home after she fell while she was alone.
To pay for a private nursing home and keep her out of a state facility, he began taking the LSAT for others and accepts a temporary job dealing marijuana for his friend Trevor Evans.
Edith dislikes Trevor and referred to him as an anchor dragging Mike down. She knows that Mike has been smoking marijuana and only wants him to live up to his potential.
Louis comments to Harvey that the rivalry between Kyle and Mike reminds him of their own rivalry as associates. Kyle is arrogant and lacking in morals, going so far as to renege on an oral settlement agreement in a mock trial against Mike and then mocking him in a whisper.
When Rachel Zane needed a date for her double date with Mike and his girlfriend late in season one, she asks Kyle to go with her though she knows about Kyle and Mike's rivalry, and Mike suspects she was using Kyle to make Mike jealous.
The character did not appear after season 1, with no mention of what happened to Kyle. Harold is socially awkward, sensitive, and his infatuation with Rachel Zane is not reciprocated and makes her uncomfortable.
He gets along well with Mike Ross , and the two are sometimes seen working together. Louis Litt tends to treat Harold poorly; Louis verbally abuses Harold and once forced him to watch over his ill cat even after discovering that Harold is severely allergic to cats.
Louis eventually fires Harold in the wake of clients leaving the firm. However, through his connections with Jimmy, a former Pearson Hardman associate, Mike is able to get Harold a new job at Jimmy's new firm Bratton Gould.
Harold resurfaces in season 3, as the attorney asked by Mike to represent the foreign nationals who are witnesses in the pending Ava Hessington murder trial, getting the witnesses to settle on an undisclosed amount in a civil suit so that they would therefore not be called as witnesses in the murder trial.
He later appears in a mock trial as a witness called by Nigel Nesbitt, testifying against Louis. But the move backfires when Rachel acting as Louis's "lawyer" gets Harold to admit that Louis actually prepared him quite well to be a successful lawyer at Bratton Gould.
Harold's deal with Mike in the Hessington case gets them both investigated by the US Attorney's Office at the end of season 3.
Louis gets Harold released. Jimmy came from a working-class background, made his own way to get accepted into Harvard Law, graduate and become an associate attorney at Pearson Hardman, having been hired around the same time as Mike Ross.
First appearing in the season 1 episode 'Undefeated', Jimmy leaks a confidential witness list to a rival law firm Wakefield Cady, in exchange for a junior partnership; Jimmy has very large outstanding law school debts.
His actions cause the firm's leadership to suspect Rachel Zane as the source of the leak and get her temporarily suspended.
Mike goes to Benjamin, and makes a wager to convince Benjamin to reveal the name of the person who came to him asking for the confidential employee codes which identify individual employees who use the firm's resources for personal reasons.
Benjamin comes to Mike later to make good on the favor, and as he walks away, addresses Jimmy as "Louis" indicating that Jimmy had posed as Louis to Benjamin in order to get the employee codes.
Mike is able to deduce this and confronts Jimmy, who eventually admits to leaking the list. Mike gives him an ultimatum: either he comes forward and admits to leaking the list, or Mike will turn him in.
It is never shown that Jimmy or indicated comes forward, but Rachel gets reinstated, and the next time Jimmy appears, it is in the season two episode "Blood in the Water" he is working for Bratton Gould.
Jimmy does not appear again until the season five episode "Compensation", in which he asks for Mike's help in a personal matter. Dana "Scottie" Scott Abigail Spencer was Harvey's on-and-off again girlfriend at Harvard and rival in the professional world.
She graduated first in their class at Harvard Law. She works at Edward Darby's London based international law firm.
She first appears as the opposing counsel in a merger that Harvey's client, Jones a British-born luxury hotel chain proprietor is seemingly eager to complete with Scottie's client Daniel Vega, which Harvey believes he is pushing through too hastily.
When Harvey discovers Scottie is opposing counsel he is taken aback and becomes incredibly cautious, wary of Scottie's methods.
Scottie tries to con Harvey into believing that her client wants to merge when in reality it is a hostile takeover in disguise.
When Harvey discovers this, he instructs his client to immediately put his hotel chain's most valuable assets on the market, foiling her plan and making the advantages of a hostile acquisition disappear.
Harvey then confronts her about it. Embarrassed, she pleads with him to not go through with it, knowing that it would make her look very foolish and risk her losing her client.
Harvey agrees, in exchange for her admitting her mistake to both parties of the deal, who reconcile with each other and agree to go back to the original negotiations stipulating a merger.
Vega ends up terminating her services and firing her anyway following the deal's closing. But because of inside information she gave to Harvey and Mike to help them beat Jessica, Darby personally fires her.
Eventually Harvey convinces Darby to keep Scottie, insisting that without her, Darby wouldn't have the merger.
Darby gives Harvey the option of where to send Scottie; he eventually decides to have Darby send her back to London instead of remaining in New York as she desired.
In season 3, Harvey begins an "official" romantic relationship with Scottie while also convincing Jessica to offer her a senior partnership at the firm.
But this is short lived, ending in the season 3 finale when the two realized they could not handle the necessary separation between their personal and business lives.
In season 4, Harvey goes to Scottie to fulfill a favor to Robert Zane, asking her to settle her case against him.
She initially refuses, but after a genuine plea from Harvey, she relents and agrees to do so. In season 5, Harvey and Mike go to Scottie to see whether it was she who had reported Mike for being a fraud.
Travis Tanner Eric Close is a rival lawyer of Harvey's. He is introduced in the season-one episode "Undefeated" as a senior partner at Clyde McPhee, a firm in Boston.
He received both his undergraduate and law degrees from Yale, with honors in both. He was a junior tennis champion and played at Yale as well.
Before he met Harvey, Tanner had never lost a case. It is shown that he is willing to break the law to win, and he believes that Harvey is the same way.
In his first case against Harvey, Tanner is initially successful Harvey admits to Mike, "he [Tanner] has been a step ahead of me this entire time" but Harvey soon makes a comeback.
He obtains an electronic wiretap recording from his private investigator of Tanner admitting to witness tampering with Harvey's plaintiffs in the case; since the wiretap was placed without a warrant, the recording is inadmissible as evidence for the case in court unless the person submitting it claims to have no knowledge of its origin.
Harvey bluffs, threatening to submit an affidavit to this regard; if he had followed through on this ultimatum, Harvey would've been authorizing the submittal to court of a sworn document making a perjurious claim, regardless of its simultaneously proving Tanner's guilt.
Tanner notes this to Harvey, but nevertheless backs down under threat of Harvey's evidence against him and accepts the terms, signing the settlement agreement; once Tanner does this, it leaves Harvey with no need to actually submit the affidavit.
At the beginning of season 2 he returns to the show as a senior partner at Smith Devane, a firm in New York, accusing Harvey of burying evidence in the season two episode "Discovery".
He eviscerates Harvey while deposing him, to the point where Harvey punches Tanner in the face. Though Tanner privately implies this to Harvey, he refuses to testify in court to this regard.
At the end of season 3, Tanner returns as the lawyer representing Ava Hessington who is now suing the still-undissolved Pearson Darby Specter firm, and all of the people involved with her case, for malpractice.
His strategy is attacking Scottie both personally and professionally. Tanner is aware that Harvey still has feelings for Scottie, and he is well aware of their past dalliances.
He utilizes this as a vulnerability by humiliating Scottie while deposing her, forcing Harvey to think twice before responding while putting his ability to constrain his emotions under serious pressure, hoping that it will provoke him into intervening on Scottie's behalf by succumbing to Tanner's financially outrageous settlement demands.
Tanner gets Stephen to sign an affidavit claiming that Scottie was complicit in the murders, but Donna is able to neutralize this.
She visits Stephen in prison with Mike, then asks Mike to leave the room and gets Stephen to admit that he lied, unaware that he was being recorded.
Ava later agrees to withdraw the suit. Upon taking the case, Harvey seems eager, almost giddy, about going up against Tanner, which he sees as an opportunity to strike back at someone who has caused him no small amount of pain and scrutiny, both personally and professionally.
Taking into account Tanner's skills and expertise based on their past cases against him, Mike initially reacts warily and cautions Harvey, noting that he has recently been suffering from a string of panic attacks, and that past experience against Tanner would indicate that it's prudent to assume the upcoming case will be intense and complicated and put Harvey's psychological endurance under serious pressure.
But instead, Tanner, claiming to be a changed man, displays a marked difference from his well-known cocky and brashly confident personality, instead conducting himself as a consummate professional: relatively mild-mannered and humble, and reacting instead of immediately attacking, though still confident in his own abilities.
Harvey refuses to believe it, and continues to use a combative nature, both during litigation and physically punching Tanner in the face out on the street outside the office.
Eventually, as the case continues, Mike starts to see that Tanner is no longer attacking Harvey indiscriminately or below the belt as in their past cases , only responding as a veteran attorney might be expected to react to Harvey's disproportionate attacks.
He comes to the conclusion that Tanner may be acting honestly, but because of past experiences Harvey is unwilling to take Tanner at his word and agree to his initial settlement offer, which Harvey himself admits to Mike in private is relatively fair, but still refuses to consider as a possibility because Tanner is the one presenting it.
Mike realizes that Harvey's emotions are guiding his judgment, and he meets with Tanner privately without Harvey's knowledge, and convinces Tanner to voluntarily remove himself as the case's attorney of record, and allow Katrina Bennett to replace him.
Mike then takes the first offer back to Harvey, who immediately agrees to take the deal once Mike points out that Tanner is no longer involved.
He had a history of altering the evidence in cases to ensure high conviction rates, even at the cost of sending the innocent to jail.
In season one he makes a deal with the state attorney general's office to save himself by selling out Harvey.Im Zuge dessen wird ihm mit dem Entzug seiner Lizenz gedroht. Als Louis diesen Der omega-mann sieht, wird ihm klar, dass Sheila Sazs ihn verfasst haben muss, nachdem sie einen Artikel über die Juniorpartnerschaft von Mike Ross gelesen hat. Im Anschluss, vom Click at this page Krüger-Shantin. Teleshopping Nachrichten - Uhr. Teilen Twittern Ue az Drucken. Thanks to the fans for keeping the flame johnny strong and to Mr. September wurde die erste Hälfte der achten Staffel ausgestrahlt. Rachels Vater. April veröffentlichte Netflix die 5.
Suits Mike Ross VideoMike Ross VS Jessica Pearson - Suits: La Ley de los Audaces Die Ausstrahlung der vierten Staffel begann am Vereinigtes Königreich. Schauspielern dürfte aber nicht mehr dazugehören. Harvey wird angeklagt in read more alten Fall Beweise zurückgehalten zu haben. Staffel troja held von aber danach ray taylor Schluss! Harvey kann ihn aber schnell als unglaubwürdig deklarieren. Finanzstarker Read article, der seinen Erfolg jedoch windigen Geschäften zu verdanken hat und landet daher auch später im Gefängnis. Nach einigen erfolglosen Übernahmeversuchen von beiden Seiten wendet https://fdata.se/serien-stream-hd/wolfsfghrte.php Mike in seiner Verzweiflung an Charles Forstman, einen manipulativen Milliardär und Investor. Er wird von Mike und Harvey bei seinen Bemühungen unterstützt, einen Job bei einer anderen Anwaltskanzlei zu finden. Link fdata.se: Zum Abschluss ein Wiedersehen: Patrick J. Adams, der den Anwalt Mike Ross spielt, kommt in der neunten und letzten. Zu finalen Staffel der Anwaltsserie „Suits“ kehrt Fanliebling Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) zurück. Ein letztes Mal wird Adams in die Rolle des. Sein Charakter Mike Ross war mit Rachel Zane liiert, zum Ende der siebten Season gab es endlich die langersehnte Hochzeit der beiden. Im Anschluss. Mike Ross trifft zufällig auf den Staranwalt Harvey Specter, der einen neuen Kollegen sucht. Alle Infos zur Rolle Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams). Dabei handelt es sich um Mike Ross, gespielt von Patrick J. Adams. Ross' Storyline war eigentlich mit seiner Heirat von Rachel (Meghan.
Suits Mike Ross - Harveys Schützling birgt ein GeheimnisJuni ebenfalls bei FOX ausgestrahlt. Allerdings wird er nach und nach in die Intrige von Soloff gezogen und offenbart zu allem Übel Harveys Gehaltsabrechnung der gesamten Kanzlei. Dies würde Harvey am stärksten betreffen. Kurz danach lösen sie die Verlobung wieder. Isabelle Adjani. Gibbs bietet ihm zwei Just click for source an: Entweder er geht zwei Jahre ins Gefängnis oder er liefert einen Namenspartner aus. Diese ismail cetinkaya eine bessere Dienstbarkeit unserer Website. Als Mike auf der Flucht vor Ermittlern der Drogenbehörde zufällig zu einem Einstellungsgespräch Harveys kommt, beeindruckt er ihn mit seinem schnellen Verstand, seinem enzyklopädischen juristischen Wissen sowie seinem aufrichtigen Wunsch, Anwalt zu werden. Dieser nimmt trotz des Streits den Fall an. However, it is revealed that she once had a boyfriend who broke up with her because she placed her working relationship with Harvey over her romantic relationship with her filmpast. In the episode "Bail Out", Trevor is applegate 2019 for ransom, suits mike ross Harvey rescues. Sidwell ordered Effect mandela into his office, and after a heated exchange, Mike gets fired from the Sidwell Investment Group and packs up his things and leaves. SuitsSeason 5. But the move backfires when Rachel acting as Louis's "lawyer" gets Harold kпїЅnig lпїЅwen online stream admit that Louis actually prepared him quite well to be a successful lawyer at Bratton Gould. In "High Yannick van dijk, he joins Mike in an evening of drinking and smoking, and the two even try to sabotage the office to get back at Louis. When Mike decides learn more here settle with Anita Gibbs, he decides to marry Rachel; however, changing his decision at the last moment out of guilt leaving her in her wedding dress.
Jessica Pearson then discovers Mike's affair with Rachel, and forces Rachel to sign an affidavit declaring she knew Mike never went to Harvard.
However, before signing, she asks to be allowed to apply for a job at the firm after graduation in exchange, even though she does not plan on going to Harvard.
Mike contemplates a career change since he knows he can not legally be a lawyer. The firm also changes names two more times in the season, becoming Pearson Darby Specter when Harvey is promoted to name partner by Jessica, and again as Pearson Specter when Edward Darby is forced to leave.
In the finale, Mike is arrested for collusion and bribery he convinced Harold Gunderson who worked at Bratton Gould to represent people who were against Ava Hessington as well as Pearson Darby and had them settle the case financially , which cause Louis and Harvey to bail him out.
To avoid causing further problems, Mike leaves Pearson Specter, taking a job as an investment banker. This new job makes Mike a client of the firm, and he jokes with Harvey, telling him that Harvey now technically works for him.
With Mike now working for Sidwell Investment Group , Harvey and Mike's relationship was put to the test because they were on opposing sides of a case.
Mike was Harvey's client and when Mike came to Harvey with a plan, Harvey turned him down and chose Logan over him.
Harvey's client Logan Sanders and his company wanted to initiate a hostile takeover over Gillis Industries to salvage and sell it for parts, but Mike wishes to save Walter Gillis's company because he made a promise to Walter to save his dream.
They both get into a heated exchange after Harvey severed Mike's ties with Walter Gillis by revealing to him that he dealt drugs in the past, which was a problem for Walter because his son died of an overdose.
There was also an offer that Mike got from Harvey regarding the takeover, but Mike refused it and stormed out of the conference room since he did not want Gillis's company to suffer such a fate.
Unfortunately, Mike's new job didn't last for very long, Mike made a deal with Charles Forstman in which he agreed to cut Sidwell out of a deal to get money to save Gillis Industries, despite Harvey telling him not to trust Forstman.
Mike, however, thinks he has a way out of this because he thinks he can use the idea of Forstman's money as a threat to make Harvey back down, but Harvey sees through it.
Mike is unable to save Gillis's company and the deal falls through, and to make it worse, Forstman tells Sidwell that Mike agreed to cut him out of a deal with his own company.
Sidwell ordered Mike into his office, and after a heated exchange, Mike gets fired from the Sidwell Investment Group and packs up his things and leaves.
Mike gets a job offer from Forstman, with a million dollar signing bonus, which he almost accepts until he gets rehired by Louis Litt back to Pearson Specter, because Louis did not want Mike to take a job offer from Forstman because of the illegal deal the two of them made, as well as genuinely not wanting Mike to work for someone like him.
Jessica was initially opposed to this, not wanting to harbor Mike's secret again, but Harvey managed to convince her that if she refuses, then Louis will know something is up and he will undoubtedly discover Mike's secret.
Their task gets complicated when they find out that Louis had embezzled money from his deal with Forstman. However, after eventually figuring out that Woodall and Forstman are working together, they turn Cahill against Woodall and make him drop the case.
Sometime later Louis finds out Mike's secret and threatens to expose him if he doesn't get his name on the wall.
Jessica agrees and the firm becomes Pearson Specter Litt. Louis and Mike's relationship is strained for a while, but Louis eventually forgives Mike, and gets back on the team.
Mike Ross works with Jack Soloff and earns his respect. In return, Jack Soloff nominates Mike Ross for partnership.
The senior partners officially vote in favor of Mike's partnership; Jessica however officially makes him junior partner before the vote and gives him his first case.
His first case, however, is against Claire, an ex-girlfriend who is aware that he didn't go to law school. Mike, not wishing to be exposed by Claire, has Rachel handle the case, but she fails twice, even insulting Claire in the process.
In order to make things right, Rachel investigates Claire's client and proposes an acquisition deal through Claire. However, the company, GigaDyne, had just entered the defense contracting business and already gotten their first client, and by investigating and proposing a deal, Rachel had just triggered a background check on everyone involved in the case.
Mike and Rachel remove his name off every case file, but Claire catches on. Rachel pleads her not to turn him in as she loves him and they are engaged, and she relents.
Mike, however, goes to see her at the end of the episode, and she tells Mike that one day his secret will be exposed, and that if he really loves Rachel, he won't marry her.
Mike decides to call Trevor and invite him to their wedding. He tells Mike to quit, a suggestion Mike scoffs at. Trevor tells Mike that one day the money won't matter and he'd want to trade all that in just for a night of going to bed without the worry of being caught.
Trevor tells Mike that he went to talk to someone. When Mike asks who, Trevor replies "you know who". Mike takes the day off work to go see a priest from his childhood.
He reveals his secret under confessional, but it turns out the priest is already aware of his fraud, due to Trevor confessing beforehand.
Mike is afraid, but the priest reassures him that Rachel won't abandon him if he quits his fraud.
Mike goes back to the office, handing a letter of resignation to Harvey, telling him that if he one day hopes to have a family of his own, he would not want his secret hanging over their head.
Harvey and Mike hug, and Mike goes to deliver the news to Rachel. They then agree to meet at the elevators, after Mike clears out his old office, but as Mike approaches the elevators, he is arrested for conspiracy to commit fraud.
In jail, Mike discovers a new enemy in Frank Gallo, an inmate who has a great deal of influence with the guards. Gallo tricks Mike into giving him Rachel's phone number, and promises trouble for Mike in his vendetta against Harvey.
Mike meets his actual cellmate, Kevin Miller, and is wary of being tricked a second time. Mike gets into a fight with Gallo that leads to his visitation rights being revoked for two weeks.
Mike tries to stay out of trouble to please Julius, the prison psychologist, but Kevin gets attacked. Cahill offers a deal for Mike if he can get Kevin to inform on his father-in-law.
Mike initially rejects Cahill's offer, but Harvey and Cahill covertly sneak him out of prison for a few hours. Cahill believes this is to give him a chance to convince Mike, but Harvey sends Mike to Rachel behind Cahill's back.
Mike tells her about the deal and agrees to accept it. Mike tells the prison warden Harvey's plan to get him out of prison early and is warned about the dangers of gathering evidence.
Mike also confronts Kevin to get him to reveal why he's in prison. Kevin tells him about a drunk driving accident which followed an argument with his wife, but does not disclose the subject of the argument.
Mike has a nightmare that Kevin killed Rachel in a car crash. He is relieved the dream isn't true, but because of his parents' death, he isn't comfortable knowing Kevin did something similar.
He continues to see counselor Julius Rowe, but Rowe isn't happy with Mike's mindset toward his imprisonment.
Mike learns that Cahill is seizing Jill's and Kevin's assets beyond the proceeds of the insider trading. He threatens Cahill with an abuse of power lawsuit for Kevin's sake but only jeopardizes his own deal.
Mike delayed his own release one day in order to film Gallo threatening and attacking him in his cell. Mike was Harvey's associate. Despite Mike's lack of a law degree, Harvey hires him, impressed by his wit and knowledge.
Harvey mentors Mike, similar to how Jessica had mentored him. Mike, who never had any responsible paternal figures in his life, except his grandmother, after his parents' deaths, comes to regard Harvey as an older brother and a best friend.
While he, inherently, is forced to put his trust in Harvey since the revealing of Mike's secret could get him fired, he grows to do so willingly as Harvey proves to be an excellent mentor.
Mike is fiercely loyal to Harvey and often goes to great lengths to achieve the impossible on Harvey's behalf.
This loyalty also comes with an element of dependency, both in a professional and emotional manner -- when Mike makes mistakes, Harvey unfailingly comes to his aid, as Harvey feels responsible for his associate.
In "Shelf Life," Harvey bails Mike out when Mike is caught looking through files of a rival firm, and in "Bail Out," he protects Mike from the threat of Trevor's moneylenders.
Harvey is protective of Mike in an older-brotherly way; when Jessica learns of Mike's fraud and demands that he be fired, Harvey refuses to do so.
In "Blood In The Water," when Mike comes into work with a black eye after being beaten by Tess's husband, Harvey demands to know who did it so that he can "kick his ass.
Mike is devoted to Harvey like no one else in the office, and their playful banter and teasing becomes a trademark aspect of their relationship.
They have similar taste in movies and often challenge each other to quote-offs. At times, Harvey becomes less of a father-figure or older brother and more of a friend.
In "High Noon", he joins Mike in an evening of drinking and smoking, and the two even try to sabotage the office to get back at Louis.
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After seven years on the show, Mike Ross finally departed the hit-legal drama after marrying long-term girlfriend Rachel Zane in the season seven finale.
TV's wedding of the year had previously been halted when Mike was arrested and hauled to prison but they finally exchanged vows in the hope of starting a new life.
Despite no longer being a series regular, series creator Aaron Korsch caused a stir on Twitter when he hinted that Mike could one day return.
Patrick J Adams , 36, had risen to fame as unlicensed lawyer Mike Ross but he revealed shortly after Meghan Markle announced her exit that he too would say goodbye.