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An American legal drama television series created and written by Aaron Korsh, debuted in 2011

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Did Mike Ross receive an acceptance to enter Harvard?

Did Mike Ross receive an acceptance to enter Harvard? At the time Rachel applied to Stanford U in Season three? If not what was the envelope that Rachel showed him that could have indicated he had ...
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What is the book/novel Mike Ross refers to in the pilot of Suits?

In the pilot of Suits, in the scene during the hotel interview with Harvey, Is this book he's referring to real or something made up to help the plot of the pilot episode? If the book IS real, can ...
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How old is Sheila Sazs supposed to be?

In the US TV series Suits, the character Sheila Sazs gets pregnant in Season 8 (2018). How old is she supposed to be? (Rachael Harris, the actress that plays her, was born 1968.)
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Why did they begin using the F-word in Season 7 (2017)?

In the US TV series Suits, I don't think they used the word "fuck" a single time in the first six seasons (2011–2016). But in Season 7 (2017), they begin using it (perhaps once per episode). ...
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How can Simon Lowe, with Daniel Hardman, sue Harvey Specter in connection with the doctrine of unclean hands?

In the last 2 episodes of Suits Season 8, Simon Lowe sues, via his attorney Daniel Hardman, Harvey Specter for breaking privilege. Without spoiling that , the situation was that Simon Lowe used ...
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Why did Mike leave?

I don't think Mike's character should have vanished like what the creator showed in Suits. While it is true that Meghan Markle is now Duchess of Sussex and probably can't work (or something), the ...
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Why were the jury going to find Mike Ross not guilty?

When Harvey goes to see the jury foreman to ask about Mike's verdict, the foreman tells Harvey that Mike was going to be found not guilty even though he states that everyone in the room knew Mike didn'...
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Why is it a problem for the others that Mike was not at Harvard

Mike is sued for fraud, but even that is not completely proven, since the jury would have voted not guilty. Why could Harvey, Louis & Jessica being sued for? For "KNOWING" the fact? Unless there ...
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Why didn't Harvey Specter send Mike Ross to get a law degree instead of hiring him immediately? [duplicate]

Points to notice: Harvey Specter was clearly impressed by Mike Ross' ability. Mike Ross wanted to get out of criminal activity. Mike Ross stated that he always wanted to be a lawyer, but he was ...
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Why does Louis Litt struggle with self-esteem issues, given that he is the richest in the law firm despite getting a lower salary?

Throughout the Suits season, Louis Litt seems to need constant recognition from his colleagues. He seems to feel inferior to other senior partners like Jessica and Harvey (especially Harvey). He feels ...
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Why was Louis Litt richer than all his bosses, given his lower salary and desperation to be made senior partner?

In Suits Season 6 episode 1, Louis Litt had his finest moment. Jessica, Harvey and Louis revealed their net-worth to each other. Everyone thought Louis was the poorest. Jessica even thought Louis ...
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Suits Season 5: Harvey's storyline

Any particular reason Korsh et al decided for Harvey to have this storyline involving panic attacks, psychiatry, mental health, etc?
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How can Daniel Hardman come back, against Pearson's wishes, 5 years after resigning?

In Season 2 Episode 1/2, Hardman comes back. The entire season is a struggle for power between Harvey/Jessica and Hardman. In Season 2 Episode 8, a flashback shows Harvey forcing Hardman to resign. ...
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Why was Mike convicted?

What law was violated? What crime did he commit? From what I understand, the problem was; practicing law, without a law degree. Which, as far as I'm aware, isn't a crime.
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Was Rachel Zane talking about a poison pill?

Asked question on Money SE about conversation in Suits S04E04: You do that, it triggers a stock split. His shares double in voting power. Yours don't. My question: I never really got that. ...
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What did Donna mean when she told Harvey "she wants more"?

In the Season 6 finale episode of Suits, Donna told Harvey that "she wants more"? What was she referring to, her job position or their personal life relation?
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The symbolism of Mike Ross's bike

What is the symbolism with Mike Ross using a bicycle to get to work? Initially I thought Mike used a bike because he didn't want to spend the money on transportation, and the bike was a hold over from ...
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How did Stu buy that valuable number of shares in a company in Suits?

Towards the end of Season 6, Episode 10 (P.S.L.), Stu came to the meeting and said that he bought a large number of shares in the company. But earlier he told Litt that his firm was moving out from ...
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Are all seasons of 'Suits' interconnected?

I want to know if all seasons of Suits are interconnected as I haven't watched one. And thus, can I watch season 6 without seeing pre-aired seasons.
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Why doesn't Mike Ross have a profile in Sheila's documents when he already went to Harvard?

In season 3 or 4, Louis Litt digs through Sheila's documents trying to find the profile of Mike Ross, but he is unable to -- indicating that Mike Ross never went to Harvard. But, in another ...
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Why can't Mike practice law without a degree [duplicate]

In the American drama, Suits, is it necessary for Mike to get a law degree to practise law? Isn't passing the Bar exam enough? If he has to get a law degree to practise law, could he actually apply ...
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Why does Harvey Specter tell Donna that finding an allegedly buried document will help the case?

In Season 2 episode "Break Point", Donna found that she signed in an allegedly buried document and then lost it, when Harvey knows that Donna found the document he react pretty "normal", telling that ...
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In Suits why does it matter that Mike hasn't gone to Harvard?

I don't understand, because even though Mike hasn't gone to Harvard, it is expressed that Jessica can waive the rule as she did with Rachel going to Columbia.
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Why doesn't Mike Ross just get a law degree?

The USA television series Suits revolves around Mike Ross practicing law without a degree and about trying to keep that secret. Mike Ross is clearly capable of being a lawyer. He passed the bar exam ...
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