While Harvey deals with demons from his past, Jesscia's demons are more in the present, and they look distinctly like Daniel Hardman and Jack Soloff. Let's hope that Harvey can table his issues for a week in order to help Jesscia win this battle, or their beloved partnership might be over sooner than we thought.
Looks like Jessica might be reassuring a heartbroken Louis here. He probably should feel guilty, given that he paved the way for Jack Soloff to call for a vote of no confidence in Jessica. Even if Louis will never learn from his mistakes, at least it's nice to know that Jessica will always be able to forgive him for them.
We rarely see Harvey so dressed down in the office, so you have to wonder just what the occasion is. He certainly doesn't seem to be wearing his victory face, so could Jessica have lost the vote? If so, life for Harvey is about to get very complicated, especially if Hardman manages to get his old partnership back.
If we didn't know better, we'd say that Donna was the bride to be, all decked out in white. This week, Donna will need to be at the ready for both Harvey and Louis, as they try to sway the partners in Jessica's direction. Donna is nothing if not beloved at the firm, so hopefully she can swing a few votes in their direction.
Rachel has been looking particularly glamorous and bridal this season (always with a hint of white in her wardrobe!) and this look is no different. Let's hope that Mike doesn't decide to protect her by ending their engagement, or all of this white will have been for nothing!
Who is Jessica facing off with in this photo? Our best bet would be Daniel Hardman, but Jack Soloff is also a contender. Last week, we discovered that Jack might not be so evil as we predicted, since Hardman is forcing his allegiance via blackmail. If Jessica can turn that blackmail around, hopefully Jack with chose to back her instead.
The partners don't seem all that happy with the latest shake up at Pearson Specter Litt, and who can blame them? That firm has had more senior management turnover in the last five years than anyone! But now, Jessica might lose her seat at the table if Harvey can't get these unruly partners to see through Hardman and Soloff's deception.
There is no love lost between Louis Litt and Daniel Hardman, especially after Hardman recently used Louis' scuffle with Harvey to test the parterns' faith in Jessica's leadership abilities. If Louis can't get his fellow partners back on Team Jessica soon, he might be looking at a new boss, who will be all too happy to take his name off the wall.
Daniel Hardman is possibly the worst of the worst when it comes to Suits villains. He's patient and deadly, and he's not above breaking the law (or blackmailing innocent people) to get what he wants. This time, it just so happens that what he wants is Jessica's head on a spike.
As always, Louis has realized too late that he let his emotions get the better of him to the detriment of the firm. Now that Jack Soloff and Daniel Hardman are gunning for Jessica, will Louis be able to pull out a last minute solution to save her? Or will his petty rivalry with Harvey end up costing her her seat as managing partner?
After having a sit down with his reformed former best friend, Trevor, Mike seems to be having doubts about whether or not he can keep his secret up indefinitely. Plus, his impeding nuptials can't be making this decision any easier. Could we finally be seeing the end of Mike's career as a laywer?
Mike and Rachel have had it pretty great so far this year, with their only major bump hitting them towards the end of the summer run. But it's a pretty sizable bump, seeing as how Mike's secret could be revealed at any moment. Even by Mike himself! Will he choose to end his engagement to Rachel to protect her, or quit his job altogether to protect their future?