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Suits "One-Two-Three Go" (Season Premiere) Episode Review

*Review contains spoilers, so read at your own risk!*

You may think the "Grass is greener on the other side", but sometimes that's not so and I think Mike is realizing that in his new job position. Mike is sensitive to peoples feelings (not that that's bad in any way) and it makes it even harder for him to do his new job. By the end of the episode, I am wondering how long it'll be before Mike goes back to Jessica and asks for his old job back and would never complain about not being able to move up again. Even I though he'd be better at his new job. He is, but he still doesn't want to let people get squished because of him.

Out of all the people that had to deal with the fallout of Mike's leaving, I think Harvey is dealing with it the worst. He needs Donna to tell him what's going on, but it doesn't seem like that's going to happen any time soon. In fact, correct me if I'm wrong, but it seemed like Harvey is kind of upset at her. Of course, he's one of those people that's good at taking his anger out on everybody else. Mike gets the worst of it when he tries to throw a plan that was good, to Harvey and Harvey immediately shuts him down, because he doesn't want Mike to be in charge. We also see a different personal side of Harvey. Who's this new lady? Is she just a one time thing or will we see more of her again?

Speaking of relationships, the minute we saw Jessica supposedly with someone, I had a funny feeling that the certain someone she was with was going to be more important then we knew at the time and I was right! However, I wasn't expecting it to be, Jeff, the new guy who works for SCC (which apparently is a bad thing for them to get involved with a law firm) and basically demands a job from Jessica. The minute he walked in the room, I sensed flirting from Jeff, but we didn't find out later that they were seeing each other. Now Jessica has a tough decision to make. Hire him, since Harvey liked him right off the bat (and you know that's hard to do) or not hire him and still be with him? Jessica just had to figure out how much she truly liked the guy. Which it came down to ending the relationship and giving him the job. Why do I have a funny feeling that this may not be the best idea in the long run? Oh right, because that's happened plenty of times on this show already.

Louis wants his name on the door! Big surprise there, huh? I'm not sure how he's going to get it. I got confused here, but he's afraid of the SCC guy coming and wants to make sure none of that happens. Guess he doesn't get his wish, but you know Louis, once he sees his dream/goal in mind, he'll stop at nothing to get to it. 

Rachel has an even bigger problem. I think one that beats everybody else's problems. Well, except for Mike pretending to be a lawyer. Anyways, the client that Harvey is working with who he had to side with and kick Mike to the crib, is the one that Rachel had an affair with! Oh how I bet she wishes that Mike was still at the office. But I feel like Rachel is just treated wrong. Especially by Harvey. Mainly because he sent a sign using Rachel to tell Mike something and Mike picked up on it right away. Rachel is not stupid. How else would she have figured out how to get Jessica to let the firm pay for her school? People just take advantage of her and go her for standing up for herself to Harvey who actually admits he was wrong! I was shocked, were you? 

Mike does have nice bonuses for working with his new job. He has a huge new office, plus a secretary! And he has a driver, too! But his boss is pretty hard on him for not doing his job correctly. All because Mike wants to be nice and help the person out and not be rude to them. Which is something that's hard in his new position.

Did you love or hate this episode? Let me know in the comments below!