All right Suitors, now that the gal behind the curtain has been revealed (Sheila Sazs, you sneaky snitch!), we took a moment to pull together all the reasons we should have known it was Ms. Sazs all along. And then we went to take a mud bath to cool off from the burn of betrayal.
1. She Bleeds Crimson. School pride is totally a thing. A cool hoodie, one of those foam fingers that says #1 – sure, show a little spirit. Sheila is that crazy kid at football games who paints her body and knows all four verses to the school fight song. She mentions Harvard at least twice every conversation. Honestly, we wouldn’t be surprised if she had Harvard’s motto – VERITAS – tattooed somewhere.
2. She has VIP access to all student records. Not only does she hold the key to the Harvard archives, she has put her stamp of approval on every single resume that has passed through admissions. She calls the archive room ‘home.’ You know when you get that uneasy feeling that something is slightly out of place from how you left it? Yeah, heads up, Mike’s fake record: Sheila had that feeling.
3. She is deeply involved with every associate. Sheila literally has an app on her phone that cross-references a student’s success rate with PSL’s employment needs. Um?
4. She has no particular loyalty to Pearson Specter Litt. The whole reason Sheila went to the firm in the first place was to rescind their Harvard hiring privileges after hearing the associates were unhappy at work. PSL was able to redeem themselves in Harvard’s eyes, but it was a good reminder that crossing Sheila can make an associate applicant pool from Harvard disappear faster than you can say “Litt Up.”
5. She doesn’t believe in getting personal. Remember the day the Louis comet and the Sheila comet collided at Pearson Specter? Right off the bat, Sheila told Louis just how close she likes to get to people: “I have twenty underlings. I don’t know a single person’s last name.” Okay, Sheila. We won’t look for our lost Christmas cards in the mail.
6. She can’t be dominated. Sheila is tough AF. She works with the best of the best, she takes no bribes, and she takes no prisoners. Unless you meet her in Room 405 at 9 p.m. with coconut oil, a ski mask, and duct tape, that is…
7. She won’t ever fold. In a rather surprising turn of events, Sheila breaks off her engagement with Louis because he wants to have kids and she doesn’t. She doesn’t like kids (unless they’re 22 and going to law school), and that’s her final word. She literally walks away from love and happiness instead of compromising. If that’s not the world’s largest red flag when it comes to potential snitches, we don’t know what is.
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