August 29, 2013 4:52 AM EST
Suits Season 3, Episode 7 Review: Harvey Sees Donna Cry, Hell Breaks Loose; 'She's Mine' [PHOTOS]
Suits Season 3, Episode 7 ("She's Mine") starts off with a very romantic date between Donna Paulsen (Sarah Rafferty) and Stephen Huntley (Max Beesley). Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) ruins the moment. He tells his Brit version he'd beat the S--T out of him. Mike Ross (Patrick J Adams) is not impressed, raising rugby vs Harvey. But apparently, when Donna cries for real, someone gets really, really, mad.
Spoiler alert: This Suits review contains spoilers for those who have not seen Suits Season 3, Episode 7 ("She's Mine").
Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres) confronts Harvey for not beating Stephen early enough in the game. This episode ushers in the final three episodes of the season. Everyone's upset, but finally, they've found the real enemy.
Suits Season 3, Episode 7 Review: 'She's Mine'
'Suits' brings a lot of power when Harvey Specter, Mike Ross, and Jessica Pearson are mentally playing ultimate frisbee in one room. Suits Season 3 sees the three on shaky ground, but Mike comes through to save them all. But what Mike finds out breaks Donna's heart. No fake tears this time from Donna. And Harvey wouldn't just watch. 'She's mine,' viewers somehow hears him say in Episode 7.
Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) brings in the comedy -- and Star Wars' Spock -- with his feline obsession and life philosophy. It is good to see him on a track away from the big Darby-Huntley-Pearson-Specter battle concerning Ava Hessington. Litt was once part of the Hessington case in Suits Season 3, but it seems a long time ago now.
For Louis, there are certain "paws" he's got to take after the dizzying Hessington drama. And so Louis takes Rachel Zane (Meghan Markle) to his side for a case that really matters. It's Louis Litt vs Nigel Nesbitt (Adam Godley) on Suits Season 3, Episode 7.
Meanwhile, Donna Paulsen makes it clear to Stephen Huntley that no one messes with Harvey Specter without messing with her. Now fans know who's saying 'She's mine.'
'Game of Thrones' and 'Suits' Share Three Things in Common
There are three things that make Suits' viewers connect the series to HBO's "Game of Thrones." One, Michelle Fairley (Catelyn Stark). Two, Conleth Hill (Lord Varys). Three, the battle over wounded egos.
'Betrayal' is at the centre of the Suits Season 3 spectacle. Episode 7 sets things further in motion, as the season finale draws near.
Suits Season 3: Gina Torres, Michelle Fairley Sizzle in Show's Fashion and Style
Gina Torres is every inch a goddess and a force to reckon with in Suits Season 3, Episode 7. Here is one screenshot to prove a point:
'Suits' Season 3 production deserves an applause for styling the USA show's gorgeous women: legally smokin' Meghan Markle, sassy Sarah Rafferty, magnificent Gina Torres, and brilliant guest star Michelle Fairley of 'Game of Thrones.'
The script laden with sharp dialogues in Suits Season 3, Episode 7 was written by Paul Redford. The pulsating scenes were directed by Anton Cropper. Next week, Suits delivers the Ava Hessington trial. And "revengers" Louis and Donna channel their inner Emily Thorne for a dish best served cold. (Start the slideshow to see some screengrab favourites and Tumblr posts.)
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