Louis later realizes his abuse is triggered by jealousy, as he wishes to have a child himself, and not by Brian's performance. She takes loyalty seriously and will react badly to those who betray her as in season 1 when she discovers a good friend has been stealing from the firm for years and harshly leads a lawsuit against her. Donna: It's because it hasn't been announced yet, but you're looking at the newest senior partner at Pearson Specter Litt. It was horrifying watching Donna crack under pressure. Throughout this time, she is conducting a clandestine affair with the firm's managing partner; during Harvey's investigation of Daniel Hardman's embezzlement, Rachel mentions to Donna that Monica is absent every Tuesday for pilates, coincidentally at the same time when Hardman is absent from the office weekly for lunches at the Harvard Club, which he claims later found out to be falsely so to Jessica is in reality taking his wife to chemotherapy.
Her family is wealthy, but she lives on her own income to prove a point to her father, who always wanted a son and who has told her multiple times that she should consider another career. When confronted about his emotional distance, he states that caring makes a person appear weak, and that a lawyer who shows feelings gets trampled. . This is really Harvey stepping up to take over the firm on his own. Lily repeatedly dishonored Gordon Specter , and Harvey witnessed one of these events at the age of sixteen. Suitors have so much to love about Suits , but one thing that has gotten fans excited over the years is the relationship of Darvey.
It is revealed late in season 2 that, despite her score and being a legacy via her father, she does not rate highly enough among all the applicants to get into the next semester's Harvard Law class. In season 7, Sheila walks back into Louis' life and they both decide to be together and have children. Right at this second, because in the last day or two we've made some bold choices of what we're going to do, hopefully we'll go in that direction, but I don't know what those things are going to lead to. But it becomes clear that there is a gap between Hardman's and Forstman's objectives; Hardman is using Forstman as a blank checkbook to target the firm's clients for hostile takeover and eroding Jessica's base of support among the senior partners in order to take over the firm from her. These are two people who typically know what to do in any situation, and for the first time, both are at a loss. Despite outward appearances, Jessica has performed unethical, immoral, and possibly illegal deeds.
After Louis admits to Harvey and Jessica what he did, Harvey goes to Forstman to again try to convince him to nullify the deal and let Louis off the hook, noting to Forstman that Louis has never wronged him and his grudge is against Harvey, not Louis. But this ended in the season 3 finale when the two realized they could not handle the necessary separation between their personal and business lives. I don't think the characters realized it at the time but it set up an inherent tension. At the end of the season 2 premiere, Mike meets in person with Trevor, who threatens to ruin Mike's life more than he already has. In doing so, Mike drops a clue that accidentally gives away his secret about never attending Harvard. After meeting him, Harvey admits to Jessica that they have much in common.
When Donna goes back to Harvey, Gretchen becomes Louis' assistant. Darby reluctantly agrees to the final deal. After some struggle, Harvey opens up to her about his mother and his other issues. I guess in various ways he will have crises of conscience, but that is not going to stop them from trying to make the consequences of this thing be as soft as possible. She is likely the only person capable of keeping his reckless tendencies in check. He is self-serving and often bends rules to get what he wants, including faking a positive drug test to blackmail.
Was Katrina right to turn to Harvey? Woodall tells him that he is investigating the disappearance of the foreign nationals who were supposed to have been witnesses in the Ava Hessington case that Mike and Harold settled out of court. Even though Harvey's protege's legal troubles are behind them, Mike is rejoining Pearson Specter Litt in a vacuum of trouble as Jessica remains in Chicago and Harvey must figure out how to step up to the plate. Two episodes later, she learns she was also accepted into , much to the chagrin of Mike who does not want her to move 3,000 miles away. Vega ends up terminating her services and firing her anyway following the deal's closing. Eventually they show up just in time and manage to keep Harold from talking.
He later appears in season 4 during a flashback episode. On top of that, we delve into some personal stories for Harvey over the course of the season. Late in Season 1, she kisses Mike, leaving him confused about his feelings for her. She and Louis have had an on-off sexual relationship, and she appears to be turned on by his power, especially after he makes senior partner. It frightens and confuses Donna that she could have misread the situation and Harvey so badly. Louis eventually fires Harold in the wake of clients leaving the firm.
Ava Hessington and her oil company, and he later brings murder charges against her when six dissidents are killed by the foreign colonel she bribed. This not only nullified the win, but also put Donna in great danger. Harvey is at a loss as to what to do, and he is lost without Donna. Mike later takes a job as an investment banker to avoid having his fraud come back to haunt him, jeopardizing his future as well as Harvey's. Mike initially refuses to help, only conceding when Sidwell makes clear of his intention to fire Louis for not being able to help him. The morning after their first date, she goes to the copy room to flirt with Stephen, leaving Harvey to ask where she was upon her returning to her desk. Harvey's resentment and anger towards Louis doesn't die off.