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Newly promoted to senior partner at a prestigious New York law firm, Harvey Specter is tasked with hiring a new associate from Harvard Law School.
Instead of a Harvard graduate, Harvey hires college dropout Mike Ross, a bike messenger with eidetic memory and an obvious talent for the law.
An open-and-shut case becomes anything but when Harvey is accused of an inappropriate dalliance with a married woman.
Jessica hopes Harvey's promotion will rein him in, but when a crisis arises, Harvey goes rogue trying to fix it.
Harvey and Jessica's relationship is tested when Harvey defends someone from her past.
Mike's life becomes complicated when an old friend reappears and needs his help.
Harvey and Mike work to save a woman wrongly accused of insider trading.
It's mock trial time at Pearson Hardman as Mike faces off against Louis's protégé, Kyle.
Mike is tasked with reining in a modern-day Robin Hood whose illicit deeds are putting a client's business at risk.
An undefeated lawyer's shady tactics keep him one step ahead of Harvey, who must decide if he's willing to compromise his ethics to win the case.
Harvey must keep Mike out of Jessica's line of fire when his empathy for a fired executive begins to jeopardize the firm's relationship with a client.
Harvey's former mentor turns to him for help when his office comes under investigation.
Harvey's efforts to free an innocent man hit a wall when he goes against the new district attorney.
Oblivious to the fact that Trevor approached Jessica, Mike's on top of the world after Harvey entrusts him with closing a major lawsuit for the firm.
As Hardman makes it clear he's back to stay, Jessica tasks Harvey with helping shore up support for her within the firm.
Harvey bristles at Daniel's involvement with a lawsuit he's handling, but their battle to one up each other threatens the case.
Louis and Mike finally see eye to eye, but Louis's paranoia may damage his budding friendship with Mike as well as his standing at the firm.
Harvey balks when Jessica puts him in the passenger seat on a lawsuit that could make or break the firm.
Harvey's personal history with a client forces him and Mike to take on an unorthodox case they'd normally walk away from.
As the fallout continues to reverberate from the pending lawsuit against Pearson Hardman, Harvey turns to a former colleague.
With the continuing upheaval at the firm, Mike and Harvey reflect on how their past decisions have influenced their present situation.
Harvey is tasked with closing the one person whose vote will decide Pearson Hardman's future.
Harvey needs Mike's help as the battle for control of Pearson Hardman reaches its climax.
Harvey and Mike take on a criminal suit that hits close to home for Mike.
The war with Daniel may be over, but the battle has left Pearson Hardman vulnerable, and Harvey must protect the firm from a rival.
Harvey goes head-to-head against Robert Zane, Rachel's father, on a gender discrimination case.
With the resources of the firm stretched to the limit, Daniel Hardman returns with an outrageous lawsuit against Jessica.
Dana 'Scottie' Scott returns to complicate Harvey and Jessica's battle against Hardman.
Harvey's vision for the firm's future clashes with Jessica's when a British firm makes a tempting proposition.
In the wake of her new partnership, Jessica is irked by Darby's handling of a case, Mike reconciles with Rachel, and Nigel and Louis vie for position.
Harvey must rethink his strategy in Ava's case when the special prosecutor, a disgraced former DA and Harvey's one-time mentor, enters the scene.
While Harvey and Louis defend Ava Hessington in business and personal matters, Katrina shakes things up in her attempt to work alongside them.
Mike and Katrina try to stop the Giannopoulos Holdings takeover, and Ava finally confesses to bribery that effectively makes her innocent of murder.
An attempt to force a witness's hand in Ava's trial backfires, and Mike learns that Rachel has applied to Stanford, meaning she can't join the firm.
Flashbacks show Harvey resigning from the DA's office and Mike's acceptance to Harvard, which play out through present-day consequences.
Ava's case grows more complicated, a secret causes Donna to break things off with Stephen, and Louis sues for custody of Nigel's cat in a mock trial.
Jessica makes amends with Harvey to help get Ava acquitted when multiple strategies seem to fail, and Louis's feud with Harold escalates.
With the dissolution of the Pearson Darby Specter firm underway, Louis has a plan to raise revenue. Mike wants to take the next step with Rachel.
Harvey deals with Ava's malpractice suit, Jessica learns of Mike and Rachel's relationship, and Louis discovers one of Mike's many secrets.
Complications crop up after Harvey lands Scottie a spot with the firm. Elsewhere, Mike faces painful memories in a case against a longtime enemy.
After her former husband passes away, Jessica is named co-executor of his will and soon finds herself at odds with his widow.
Harvey gets an opportunity to face to a longtime rival he's yet to defeat in court. Meanwhile, Scottie infringes on a case belonging to Louis.
While in court, Louis suffers a sudden heart attack. Later, Rachel prevails upon Jessica to fulfill a promise that Louis made.
On the eve of going public, one of Pearson Specter's clients faces a bogus lawsuit. Meanwhile, Mike mulls over Jonathan's job offer.
After learning about the Hessington settlement, dogged U.S. Attorney Eric Woodall hauls Mike in for a grilling. But Woodall's real target is Harvey.
As they adjust to their new paradigm, Mike approaches Harvey with a plan that puts him in a bind. Meanwhile, Jessica faces a difficult choice.
Harvey and Mike land on opposite sides of a bitter takeover battle; Louis finds an unlikely partner in recent SEC defector Jeff Malone.
Pearson Specter's client, Logan Sanders, pushes Harvey to prove that his relationship with Mike won't interfere with winning their takeover battle.
Events take a personal turn when Mike begins a hostile takeover of Gillis Industries, while Harvey and Louis pull out all the stops to win the fight.
Mike makes a business move that goes wrong; things get uncomfortably close between Rachel and Logan; Louis helps Donna brush up her Shakespeare.
Harvey tries to stop the Gillis Industries takeover, but when Mike keeps playing hardball, Louis sees an opportunity to make a name for himself.
When Rachel delivers troubling news, Mike makes a rash decision, leaving Harvey as the last friend he can turn to.
Mike returns to Pearson Specter as the firm comes under fire and goes back to working with Rachel in the wake of her confession about Logan.
The SEC investigation stirs up anxiety as Sean Cahill takes depositions and the inquisition unearths secrets both professional and personal.
Harvey and Jessica try to protect the firm from an outsider attempting to poach their clients; Louis struggles to get his affairs in order.
After being re-hired by Jessica, Louis starts persecuting Mike and Rachel hoping to get them to quit.
Harvey is approached by an ethics specialist as part of a corrupt business. Meanwhile Louis is busy with his first client as a named partner.
Harvey makes Louis and Mike face their trust issues, while a flashback reveals the origins of the rivalry between Harvey and Louis.
Harvey tries to temper Mike while Mike has agreed to handle a humanitarian file that could jeopardize the office’s business.
While Harvey and Mike are working hard to save the Liberty Rail case, Jessica and Malone try to adjust to their new roles.
Harvey revisits his past in the hope of finding a means to put Eric Woodall and Charles Forstman away once and for all.
Harvey tries to keep focus amid changes and Donna tries to adjust to working for Louis. Meanwhile, Mike and Rachel prepare to share their big news.
Harvey looks for a replacement for Donna, Rachel's father talks to Mike about the engagement, and Louis gets caught up in a salary dispute.
Harvey uses Charles Barkley to help steal one of Jack's clients. Meanwhile, Mike loses control of a case when he asks Robert Zane for help.
Harvey agrees to take Louis's sister Esther as a client and ends up falling in love. Meanwhile, Mike and Zane conflict over a class-action case.
Harvey's old foe Travis Tanner claims he's changed, but the truth will be revealed when the two square off in court in an intellectual property case.
A tough case forces Harvey to confront Dr. Agard on the stand. Meanwhile, Mike and Louis deal with Harvey's oldest client.
Harvey tells his therapist about his mother. Jessica orders a reluctant Mike to work with Jack. Louis learns the truth about Harvey and Esther.
The firm ponders Harvey's punishment for his misdeed. Meanwhile, Mike tries to dodge his first client as a reluctant junior partner.
Harvey and Mike discover how low Daniel Hardman will go as they try to stop his hostile takeovers of PSL clients in the wake of Jessica's rejection.
Flashbacks reveal episodes from Harvey and Mike's pasts, and Hardman tries to strong-arm the board into ousting Jessica as managing partner.
Mike gets an unexpected visitor and encounters a scary but familiar cellmate. Jack Soloff is backed into a corner. Harvey comes home to a surprise.
Jim Paulsen is used as leverage. Harvey and Jessica are in Anita Gibbs's cross hairs. Mike begs professor Gerard for help. The tipster is identified.
Searching for leverage in her crusade against the firm, Gibbs forces Rachel to choose between testifying against Mike and betraying Jessica.
Mike's trial begins with a bang when Gibbs calls a damaging witness to the stand. Meanwhile, Harvey and Mike duke it out over who will take lead.
Mike works on another case as he awaits word on his own fate, while Louis and Harvey each consider taking drastic action before the verdict comes in.
As Mike's immediate future begins to come into focus, he's forced to deal with the personal and professional consequences of the decisions he's made.
Mike faces his new reality as the rest of the PSL partners scramble to save the firm amid internal disagreements and outside litigation.
The firm continues to fight the class-action lawsuit. Mike reluctantly makes a new friend. Harvey and Rachel each make visits to see Mike.
Mike tries to stay safe in Danbury. Jessica and Harvey work on landing a lucrative client. Louis finds a new office tenant.
Mike considers taking a deal that could get him released early. The new office tenants bother Louis and Jessica. Rachel represents a death row inmate.
Rachel and Jessica spar over the death row case Rachel wants to take. Mike tries to get Kevin to open up. Harvey coordinates a risky plan.
Mike's counselor, Julius, tries to get him to face his past. Harvey and Cahill go head-to-head in the courtroom. Louis comes clean to Tara.
Rachel realizes time is running out in the Bailey case. Harvey scrambles to find a rat among Sutter's employees. Mike continues to work on Kevin.
Jessica and Rachel make a desperate move in the Bailey case. Louis and Tara reach a crossroads. Harvey and Mike focus on a deal with Jill and Kevin.
Cahill takes action against Jill, causing Mike to scramble yet again. Harvey and Mike face tough and potentially dangerous choices in the Gallo case.
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The outcome of the Sutter case places the firm's other work at risk. Louis gets stunning news. Mike, Harvey and Jessica ponder their next moves.
Mike makes a decision about his future, but the realities may be hard to live with. Meanwhile, Louis challenges Zane, and Donna dishes up advice.
As Harvey considers his familial obligations, Mike receives long overdue good news. Meanwhile, the battle over managing partner comes to a head.
Rachel makes plans for her future, Harvey is given a surprising ultimatum, Donna receives a business proposal, and Mike finds himself in a tough spot.
Louis fights to keep a client, a discovery changes how Harvey handles the Velocity case, and Donna experiments with her namesake.
When a deal goes south, Mike feels like a man without a country. Meanwhile, Donna pitches investors, and Louis learns that the truth can be costly.
Mike's big hearing finally arrives, Tara and Louis struggle to make sense of their relationship, and Donna's side business hits a snag.
|Suits (season 6)|
|Country of origin||United States Of America|
|No. of episodes||16|
|Original network||USA Network|
|Original release||July 13, 2016 –|
March 1, 2017
|List of Suits episodes|
The sixth season of the American legal drama Suits was ordered on July 1, 2015, and began airing on USA Network in the United States July 13, 2016. The season is produced by Hypnotic Films & Television and Universal Cable Productions, and the executive producers are Doug Liman, David Bartis, and series creator Aaron Korsh. The season has six series regulars playing employees at the fictional Pearson Specter Litt law firm in Manhattan: Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams, Rick Hoffman, Meghan Markle, Sarah Rafferty, and Gina Torres.
Gina Torres left the show following the summer season due to her contract being up, and she starred in ABC's The Catch. She returned for the season finale and was still credited as main cast for the episode.
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- Gabriel Macht as Harvey Specter
- Patrick J. Adams as Mike Ross
- Rick Hoffman as Louis Litt
- Meghan Markle as Rachel Zane
- Sarah Rafferty as Donna Paulsen
- Gina Torres as Jessica Pearson
- Aloma Wright as Gretchen Bodinski
- Amanda Schull as Katrina Bennett
- Wendell Pierce as Robert Zane
- David Reale as Benjamin
- Leslie Hope as Anita Gibbs
- Paul Schulze as Frank Gallo
- Erik Palladino as Kevin Miller
- Malcolm-Jamal Warner as Julius Rowe
- Glenn Plummer as Leonard Bailey
- Ian Reed Kesler as Stu Buzzini
- Carly Pope as Tara Messer
- Neal McDonough as Sean Cahill
- Alan Rosenberg as William Sutter
- Peter Cambor as Nathan
- Jordan Johnson-Hinds as Oliver
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers|
|77||1||'To Trouble'||Silver Tree||Aaron Korsh||July 13, 2016||1.85|
|Mike enters the Federal prison in Danbury to face his two-year jail sentence for fraud. Rachel and Harvey struggle to cope personally, while Louis, Jessica, and Donna don't know how to deal with an office empty of employees. It doesn't take long before the firm is sued in a $100 million class-action lawsuit for every case Mike touched. When they learn that all their client files were also stolen, the three name partners agree to go all in for the sake of the firm. 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.|
|78||2||'Accounts Payable'||Michael Smith||Ethan Drogin||July 20, 2016||1.65|
|Mike meets his actual cellmate, Kevin Miller, and is wary of being tricked a second time. Donna obtained visitation rights for Rachel, but Mike gets into a fight with Gallo that leads to his visitation rights being revoked for two weeks. When Harvey visits Mike in prison as his lawyer and learns about Gallo, he reveals that he put the man behind bars for racketeering for 15 years, three times the usual sentence. Rachel keeps receiving text messages from Gallo posing as Mike and learns the situation from Harvey, who hopes Sean Cahill can help. As the cost for allowing the settlement of the class-action lawsuit to move forward, A. Elliott Stemple demands Harvey's duck painting, a clearly prized possession painted by his mother. In the midst of the firm's money problems, Jack Soloff demands his buy-in back. Jessica refuses but helps him by negotiating for his buy-in with Robert Zane's firm. Kevin earns some goodwill with Mike by opposing Gallo.|
|79||3||'Back on the Map'||Cherie Nowlan||Rick Muirragui||July 27, 2016||1.78|
|Mike tries to stay out of trouble to please Julius, the prison psychologist, but Kevin gets attacked. Sean Cahill informs Harvey that Gallo is an informant and will not be transferred. Through Mike, Harvey informs Gallo that he'll be eligible for parole in six weeks. Jessica forces Harvey to meet with William Sutter as a potential client; Harvey refuses to do business with a shady businessman, but Jessica demands a high-profile client for the firm's future. When Harvey tries to sign Nathan Burns instead, Sutter interferes. Louis regretfully books an office tenant to pay the bills and clashes with Stu Buzzini, head of an investment company, as soon as they move in, but Harvey makes a deal with the investor to stave off Sutter, cementing them as new neighbors and gaining Burns as a client. Now in law school, Rachel engages in a debate with a classmate and uses the skills learned from her work experience to win. Cahill offers a deal for Mike if he can get Kevin to inform on his father-in-law and if he does then Mike will have an early release.|
|80||4||'Turn'||Christopher Misiano||Daniel Arkin||August 3, 2016||1.81|
|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. Rachel hears the story of a death row inmate who claims that he is innocent and impresses her professor with her fast work assembling evidence. Stu's traders annoy both Louis and Jessica, but Jessica regains control of the office and lands the company as a new client. Louis consults architect Tara Messer about remodeling the office to separate him from the traders and instantly falls in love with her, but Jessica forbids him from pursuing the project. In order to stay close to her, he hires her to remodel his nonexistent summer home.|
|81||5||'Trust'||Kate Dennis||Kyle Long||August 10, 2016||1.51|
|Louis and Donna work together to find him a house in the Hamptons to cover up his lie to Tara. Rachel's professor informs her that the Innocence Project case she chose doesn't meet his requirements to take it on. Rachel doesn't take the news well and tries to get Jessica's support, convincing her that the pro bono case will be good for Pearson Specter Litt's tattered reputation. 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.|
|82||6||'Spain'||Silver Tree||Genevieve Sparling||August 17, 2016||1.68|
|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. Louis and Donna arrange a house tour with Tara but their lie is discovered. However, when Louis admits that he did so much to spend time with her, not to scam her, she is impressed and agrees to a date. In the courtroom, Harvey has taken Sutter's case, with Cahill prosecuting Sutter for insider trading. Harvey arranges a mock deposition and Kevin argues with Sutter. When Mike pursues the subject, Kevin discloses that he developed a trading program algorithm, but Sutter never used it other than as a cover. Kevin's wife, Sutter's daughter, knew about what was happening, and he doesn't want to implicate her. On the Innocence Project case, Rachel must tell her client Leonard Bailey that his execution date has been set.|
|83||7||'Shake the Trees'||Anton Cropper||Rick Muirragui & Sandra Silverstein||August 24, 2016||1.83|
|Rachel and Jessica ask for the execution to be postponed so that they can locate Leonard's missing alibi witness. They are given a week and Rachel enlists her father's help, but the witness is dead, leaving them with no options. On their dinner date, Tara tells Louis she is in a long-distance relationship that allows her to see other people, and Louis is not sure how to respond. Harvey fails to find a guilty party among Sutter's employees, but Louis, with help from Stu's financial database, locates the banker who is the common factor in Sutter's insider trades. Just when the case seems solid, the banker cuts a separate deal with the SEC, and although Cahill agrees to honor his deal with Mike and include Kevin's wife, his superiors at the SEC back out of the deal at the last second.|
|84||8||'Borrowed Time'||Gabriel Macht||Sharyn Rothstein||August 31, 2016||1.88|
|Jessica plans to delay Leonard's execution by having Leonard's infirm aunt, who raised him, say she is now unable to travel to attend. Rachel obtains the affidavit, but the woman's belief in Leonard's guilt and subsequent refusal to attend devastate him. Jessica has a chance meeting with Jeff Malone and is interested in reviving their relationship, but Jeff is moving to Chicago and knows that Jessica cannot give up the firm to follow him. Louis has another date with Tara where he tells her that he cannot share her with another man, but despite their growing intimacy, when Tara's boyfriend decides to visit neither knows what to do. Harvey deposes Sutter's banker and establishes that he dealt only with Kevin's wife, Jill, and cannot implicate Sutter directly. Cahill indicts Jill, and when Sutter refuses to make a deal to keep her out of jail, Kevin and Jill agree to turn on Sutter in return for immunity and Mike's release. Harvey explains to Sutter that both Sutter and Kevin were his clients, and he was free to weigh their competing interests and negotiate the best possible deal. Rachel gets the news just as she discovers a way to re-open Leonard's case.|
|85||9||'The Hand That Feeds You'||Roger Kumble||Daniel Arkin||September 7, 2016||1.87|
|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. When Harvey follows through with his promise to win parole for Gallo, Cameron Dennis intervenes, using Mike's testimony of Gallo's extortion and threats to get Kevin released as recompense. Mike delayed his own release one day in order to film Gallo threatening and attacking him in his cell. Donna helps Louis cope until Tara visits, telling him that she turned down her boyfriend's proposal in order to continue dating Louis. Meanwhile, Rachel asks Leonard's public defender to testify that she heard about his alibi, arguing that because the witness is dead this is not hearsay. The judge agrees to reopen the case on the grounds of inadequate representation and the DA offers Bailey a deal to get him released after seven more years in prison. Jessica advises him to accept, but he opts to fight for full exoneration. Together Harvey and Rachel meet Mike as he is released.|
|86||10||'P.S.L.'||Kevin Bray||Aaron Korsh & Genevieve Sparling||September 14, 2016||1.92|
|Harvey offers Mike a position at the firm as a consultant, with the same salary he was making as a junior partner. Thanks to Robert Zane's warning, Harvey learns that Jim Reynolds' board is trying to remove him because of rumors that Harvey sold out Sutter to get Mike released. He goes straight to Sutter as the source of the rumors, threatening him to recant his statements. With Mike's help, Rachel and Jessica exonerate Leonard Bailey. Throughout the trial, Jessica recalls her parents separating because of her father's work, and her father's anger when she decided to go to Harvard Law rather than become a doctor. Robert Zane approaches Jessica with an offer to merge their firms. Tara tells Louis that she is pregnant by her ex-boyfriend, and he proposes to her. Stu gives notice that his company is relocating, leaving the office empty again. And although Harvey and Louis want to celebrate keeping Reynolds, Jessica recognizes that none of them have put the firm first, and informs them she is leaving. She asks Jeff Malone if she can follow him to Chicago.|
|87||11||'She's Gone'||Patrick J. Adams||Aaron Korsh & Rick Muirragui||January 25, 2017||1.37|
|Rachel's father offers her an associate position, but she stands by Harvey and Louis despite serious concerns regarding the ethical conduct evaluation required to pass the bar. Louis and Harvey's management starts off well, but Zane's repeated merger offer sparks Louis to drastic measures to prove his leadership ability. Mike refuses Harvey's consultant job but, when every job application he fills out asks if he is a convicted felon, he doubts his chances of finding anything. Although Father Walker offers him a substitute teacher position, when the students' parents learn of his criminal record, Mike loses even that opportunity. Louis, with Gretchen and Katrina's help, picks a fight with Zane by trying to poach associates and clients, but Katrina convinces him that he is going too far against someone who is trying to help. Harvey asks Anita Gibbs to give Mike a good review if he returns to law, earning her distaste and Mike's anger. He takes it out on Louis, proving that neither of them is ready to be managing partner. Gretchen convinces Louis to give Rachel a formal job offer and Donna tells Harvey that, with his corporate family falling apart, he needs to reconnect with his real family.|
|88||12||'The Painting'||Gregor Jordan||Sharyn Rothstein & Sandra Silverstein||February 1, 2017||1.53|
|Harvey flashes back seven years to his father’s funeral, the last time he spoke to his family. Then, the presence of Bobby, the man with whom his mother cheated, caused Harvey to reject his family completely. Now, he reconnects with his brother’s family, but doesn’t understand why his mother blames him for leaving. His brother and Bobby remind him that he hasn’t been there to support his family. Harvey and his mother apologize to each other and she gives him a painting to replace the one he lost to Stemple. Meanwhile, Mike is suddenly offered a job at a legal clinic that recognizes his talent and appreciates his honesty. He learns he will be managing the staff. Facing hostility, Mike tells them the truth to prove he isn’t 'slumming it' because he couldn’t hack it in corporate law. He helps law student Marissa with a housing case, despite the frustration of being unable to represent the client himself, and uses his own money to buy the client time. Louis steps up to manage one of Harvey’s clients in his absence. Louis and Harvey agree to be interim managing partners and leave the firm's name as Pearson Specter Litt.|
|89||13||'Teeth, Nose, Teeth'||Silver Tree||Kyle Long||February 8, 2017||1.28|
|Rachel and Mike make plans to hold their wedding and Louis tries to cope with Tara’s ex being in their baby’s life. Rachel is derailed by a letter stating that she’s already been rejected by the bar on ethical grounds. When Harvey goes to make it right, a member of the ethics board, Craig Seidel (Michael B. Silver) insinuates that he will deny Rachel unless Harvey sues his business competitor Velocity. Louis does the research and gets Harvey the leverage to ensure support for both Rachel and Mike in front of the bar. The housing case at the legal clinic escalates, but Mike’s team members, Marissa and Oliver, seem too inexperienced to handle it. With Marissa out of town, Oliver freezing in court, Mike forbidden from acting as an attorney, and a boss who is tired of putting in overtime, Mike feels he can’t help anyone from his current position. When the judge dismisses the case, Mike agrees to Harvey’s plan. In the office, IT guy Benjamin shows Donna a device that mimics her clever quips and proposes a business partnership, but she realizes that her heart is as much a part of her as her wit and turns him down.|
|90||14||'Admission of Guilt'||Michael Smith||Ethan Drogin||February 15, 2017||1.21|
|Louis and Tara get to know each other better. Meanwhile, Mike uses the legal clinic to go after Velocity Data Solutions. Harvey demands that Seidel schedule a hearing for Mike before the ethics board as soon as possible. When Mike has to bring Pearson Specter Litt into the case, Oliver gets to work with the firm’s new associates, but others are suspicious of Mike’s motives and Oliver urges him to come clean to Nate, their boss at the clinic, upon learning Mike has more riding on this than initially stated. Harvey learns that Seidel has more at stake in the Velocity lawsuit than he revealed and refuses to take his demands. While helping Mike, Harvey neglects to support Louis with the firm’s clients, so Louis brings in Rachel and Katrina; they lose a big client because of Harvey's absence, but Rachel and Katrina become friends. Donna keeps experimenting with Benjamin’s project, but has trouble explaining empathy to him.|
|91||15||'Quid Pro Quo'||Maurice Marable||Aaron Korsh & Daniel Arkin||February 22, 2017||1.25|
|Donna takes Benjamin’s “The Donna” to Stu before shopping around to other investors. Mike pulls out of the deal with Seidel to ensure his clients get paid but, with Velocity putting pressure on the firm’s clients, Pearson Specter Litt withdraws from the lawsuit, leaving Mike with no leverage. Rachel and Harvey use Seidel’s situation to find a new opening, but Mike wants nothing to do with Harvey’s less-than-legal methods. Through Rachel, Mike realizes that he can’t give up being a lawyer, so he and Harvey use evidence of corporate espionage to force Velocity’s CEO into a settlement offer and reopen the deal to get Mike in front of the bar. When Donna and Benjamin meet with investors, she learns that they only respect Harvey’s name, not hers. She decides to take Stu’s offer, because he sees her as an equal. Louis worries about telling Tara that he knew Mike’s secret and used it to demand he become a name partner. Even though Rachel convinces him that telling her is better than her finding out later, Tara gets upset, Louis argues with her, and she walks out.|
|92||16||'Character and Fitness'||Roger Kumble||Genevieve Sparling||March 1, 2017||1.13|
|Tara questions her future with Louis, knowing that he took his anger out on her. At the clinic, Mike gives Nate their cut of the settlement, smoothing over his request for a few days off, but renewing Oliver's mistrust of his intentions. When Mike comes clean, Nate opts to fire him for his shady deals, but Oliver defends him. Mike tells Harvey he still doesn’t want to work at Pearson Specter Litt when he becomes a lawyer, but discussion is curtailed when Anita Gibbs takes a seat on the board for Mike’s hearing. Donna brings Louis a patent negotiation that turns into a lawsuit against Donna’s new business. She confides to Harvey that she wants more than money, but doesn’t know what that means yet. Mike enlists Julius, his prison counselor, to speak as his character witness; Harvey tries to remove Anita Gibbs, who offers him the endorsement Mike needs in return for Harvey's getting disbarred. However, Mike doesn’t trust her and accepts his fate. Jessica appears at the hearing and reminds Gibbs of a time she showed mercy. Mike is accepted. Tara breaks up with Louis. Mike agrees to work for Harvey again in return for funding the clinic for two years, extra money for him and Rachel as a soon-to-be married couple, maintaining a relationship with the clinic, amending the 'Harvard rule' of only hiring Harvard graduates as associates at the firm and getting Harvey's office, who in turn will take over Jessica Pearson's.|
|No.||Title||Original air date||Time slot (EST)||Viewers|
|1||'To Trouble'||July 13, 2016||Wednesdays|
|2||'Accounts Payable'||July 20, 2016||1.65||0.5||#10|||
|3||'Back on the Map'||July 27, 2016||1.78||0.5||#11|||
|4||'Turn'||August 3, 2016||1.81||0.5||#5|||
|5||'Trust'||August 10, 2016||1.51||0.4||#8|||
|6||'Spain'||August 17, 2016||1.68||0.4||#6|||
|7||'Shake the Trees'||August 24, 2016||1.83||0.4||#9|||
|8||'Borrowed Time'||August 31, 2016||1.88||0.4||#6|||
|9||'The Hand That Feeds You'||September 7, 2016||2.89||0.5||#8|||
|10||'P.S.L.'||September 14, 2016||1.92||0.5||#8|||
|11||'She's Gone'||January 25, 2017||1.37||0.3||#34|||
|12||'The Painting'||February 1, 2017||1.53||0.3||#29|||
|13||'Teeth, Nose, Teeth'||February 8, 2017||TBD||TBD||TBD||N/A|
|14||'Admission of Guilt'||February 15, 2017||TBD||TBD||TBD||N/A|
|15||'Quid Pro Quo'||February 22, 2017||TBD||TBD||TBD||N/A|
|16||'Character and Fitness'||March 1, 2017||TBD||TBD||TBD||N/A|
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Suits Season 6 Full Episodes
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