The wait is over, Suitors. We finally learned who sold Mike out… and that the snitch tried to do so anonymously. There was lots of drama in this week’s episode of Suits, so take a look through five of the best moments from the jaw-dropping episode, “Live to Fight…”
SHOCK AND AWE
U.S. Attorney Anita Gibbs brings in Donna in for questioning, but it’s a quick meeting. Turns out, Anita is more interested in letting Donna see who is in the interrogation room across the hall than in getting any information out of her. Donna’s father has been involved in shady real estate deals that are finally catching up with him, and Anita Gibbs hopes that Donna loyalty to her father is all the incentive she’ll need to start talking.
YOU KNEW NORMA?
With Donna returning to Harvey’s desk, Gretchen will be working for Louis, and he warns her that filling Donna’s shoes will be no small feat. Gretchen isn’t too surprised to hear this: she’s already heard all about Louis at Norma’s weekly Mahjong game that Louis so desperately wants to be a part of. If Louis is good to Gretchen, then maybe she’ll put in a word for him and he’ll finally be able to join the game. And just like that, the tables have been turned.
BREAKING OUT THE BIG GUNS
There are plenty of signed affidavits and letters proving that various lawyers at the firm have known that Mike Ross is a fraud, and Jessica realizes it’s time to start controlling the situation. But when discussing destroying the documents, Jessica quickly realizes that Mike has been thinking of turning his back on her and on Harvey, and suggests that Mike talk to her lawyer. When the top lawyer hires a lawyer to represent her, you know it’s a big deal.
DON’T MESS WITH THE FIRM
Louis realizes that the anonymous letter that tips off the authorities about Mike comes from his ex Sheila Sazs, so he travels up to Harvard Law to pay her a visit. Sheila quickly realizes that Louis has known about Mike’s secret and protecting him all this time. If Sheila had any lingering hope that she and Louis were soulmates, it’s been totally squashed.
A ONE-TIME OFFER
Anita Gibbs thinks that Harvey may have coerced Professor Gerard into writing a letter that states that Mike was in his class at Harvard Law. In an off-the-record conversation, Harvey and Anita come to an agreement that would squash the letter in court, protect Donna’s father, and undo Harvey’s motion to dismiss.