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Television Review - Suits - Episode 6.15 "Quid Pro Quo"

Quid Pro Quo, the title of this week’s episode, suggested that we were in for yet more deals and manipulations, as Harvey’s crusade to get Mike in to the Bar continued. 1,185 more words

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Suits Star Sarah Rafferty Talks Donna's Identity Crisis, 'Darvey' Hand-Holding

Suits‘┬áDonna and Harvey aren’t exactly touchy-feely types, but are they trying to avoid having any physical contact with each other? 910 more words

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Television Review - Suits - Episode 6.14 "Admission of Guilt"

Another week, another fantastic episode of Suits, as episode 6.14 successfully moved the multiple strands currently running in this sixth season along, as we head ever nearer to the season finale. 922 more words

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Sarah Rafferty

Sarah Rafferty

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Sarah Rafferty

Rafferty at the Paleyfest in January 2013

Born Sarah Gray Rafferty 573 more words
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Television Review - Suits - Episode 6.13 "Teeth, Nose, Teeth"

After two character-driven episodes, although the latest chapter of Suits contained a good dose of character development (more on that later), it was a return to the show’s usual rhythm, as we see the characters navigating New York’s legal and business world, while handling a few personal challenges along the way. 1,037 more words

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Television Review - Suits- Episode 6.12 "The Painting"

Last week’s mid-season premiere, saw the family of Pearson Specter Litt coming to terms with the departure of Jessica Pearson (we miss you already Gina Torres) and Donna approaching a usually off-limits subject with Harvey – his complex relationship with his mother and its impact on him as a person. 1,376 more words

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Television Review - Are You Watching....? Suits

At the end of January, one of my current favourite television series returned with the second half of its sixth season. In the run up to its return, I decided to go back to the beginning and was reminded just what a fantastic series it has always been. 1,537 more words

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