With so many partners and plot lines still juggling in the air, it’s hard to guess how exactly Suits will end. Who’s next on Faye’s chopping block? Will Donna and Harvey stick together? What happens when Louis becomes a first-time father (and does potty training involve the phrase “Don’t Litt your pants, kid!”?)
Though many possibilities remain, we here at USANetwork.com can assure you that the long-lived, long-loved legal drama certainly WON’T end with any of these five scenes.
1. THE IRON BENCH
Katrina sits behind the Iron Bench, next to her massive, snarling dragon, Chompers. “Bet you didn’t know about my dragon, did you?” she sneers at Harvey, Mike, Louis and Donna, who bow before her. Katrina bangs the gavel. "After almost a decade of this show, what do I get? I practically live at the office, still have unreciprocated feelings in a will-they, won't-they romance with a MARRIED MAN, and -- by the way -- why did Samantha Wheeler and that guy from Psych show up in SEASON EIGHT and almost immediately become partners?"
Harvey, bending the knee, rolls his eyes: "Katrina, if you were the Mother of Dragons all along, how the hell did you manage to lose the Mayfield case?” Chompers burns the partners to a crisp – leaving only a single, smoked Armani tie (and continuity errors involving a coffee cup).
2. DON'T STOP BELIEVIN' (IN THE LAW)
Harvey enters an old-school diner and takes a booth seat. He scans a jukebox until he spots “Greenback Boogie” by Ima Robot, then punches the dial. Donna arrives and beelines toward the table. Harvey grins, slaps a plastic menu on her side of the table, then whips out his ringing cell phone: LOUIS. “Harvey,” Louis barks as he tries, fails to double-park across the street from the restaurant. “If you touch that bowl of onion rings, I will sue you.”
“What?” an incredulous Harvey asks as the waitress slides a bowl of onion rings across the table. Just behind her, a woman in a members only jacket – who bears a strong resemblance to Faye Richardson – enters the restroom.
“Those onion rings are MINE,” Louis continues, backing into a spot. "I KNOW they’re there. I can SMELL THEM from half a block away. Look, I was the one who mentioned to you and Donna this afternoon, ‘Let’s meet at Hasten’s at 7 for some delicious onion rings.’ I named the restaurant, I specified the food, I called the time – ipso facto, the onion rings are MY legal property, and therefore, do not touch them.”
Having finally parked, a flustered Louis rushes through the diner doors – and, off Harvey’s bewildered face, the screen and sound immediately cut to black.
3. JURASSIC LITT
Despite narrowly evading both the Brachiosaurus and the Gallimimus, Harvey, Donna, and Louis just can’t shake the Velociraptor. The carnivorous dinosaur stalks the lawyers across the kitchen and through the visitors center, in a scene that certainly isn’t any kind of extended metaphor for foreclosure.
Cornered, our heroes wince in unison as the raptor bears its claws – and is promptly snatched into the jaws of Louis' 40-foot tall cat, Rex. “Mud baths, anyone?” a relieved Louis suggests. “I’ve heard the soil from the Jurassic era was particularly rich with essential nutrients.”
4. MY COUSIN VIC
Mike and Harvey decide to take on one final, seemingly slam-dunk case – prosecuting two New York college students who have been charged with robbing and murdering a store clerk in Upstate New York. Only problem? The kids’ motor-mouthed lawyer, Vincenzo “Vic” Jamborini, keeps digging his nephew-clients out of trouble.
“These kids deserve justice just as much as I deserve to be held in contempt of court,” Jamborini says.
When the jury can’t arrive at a verdict, Judge Louis Litt calls for extreme measures: The case will be decided by an unprecedented movie quote-off.
5. THE LOUIS LITT REDEMPTION
Harvey, Mike, Donna and Louis land themselves in jail for violating the Good Samaritan Law. Familiar faces attack their character, citing various offenses: Dana Scott calls Harvey a selfish lover; Trevor Evans details Mike’s pot deals; Faye Richardson tears into Donna’s supposed cover-ups; and everyone who has ever worked under Louis describes, in great detail, his abusive behavior.
Before the likely-guilty verdict arrives, the foursome tear a poster of Rita Hayworth off the wall of their jail cell and find a tunnel. They burrow to freedom, finding salvation amidst a thunderous storm. Donna arranges for a private plane to take the escaped convicts to Zihuatanejo, Mexico.
Six weeks later, Harvey, Mike and Donna sprawl across beach loungers, the sharp sunlight glinting off their aviators. Louis walks by, caked in mud.
“Hey, Red,” he calls, sipping his smoothie through a straw. “Prunie?”