*Contains Spoilers from Suits Season 6, Episode 10 and earlier*
Title: Suits (Season 6B, Episodes 11-16)
Rating: 9/10 Stars
IMDB Summary: On the run from a drug deal gone bad, Mike Ross, a brilliant college-dropout, finds himself a job working with Harvey Specter, one of New York City's best lawyers.
Review: Mike's adventure continues in this fast paced legal drama series. Now that he is out of jail, he faces moe problems. Anita Gibbs is determined to keep him from working at any legal clinics or doing anything legal, meanwhile Pearson Specter Litt is undergoing a crisis and Harvey must divide his time between helping Mike and saving his firm. Louis and Harvey must put aside their differences once again to fend off the sharks, but both have their eyes on the gaping hole Jessica Pearson left behind, and managing partner.

Episode 11 opens the second half with an emotional episode. They're all struggling to hold it together, interesting storylines are played and the episode brings a lot of disappointment too for our favourites. The other episode that I found particularly outstanding is the finale, Episode 16. Perhaps it's ironic that I like these two more than the others, but they both brought emotion into play more strongly than the others, though in different ways.

I came to appreciate Louis so much more than before. He matured as a person and kept his cool when faced with situations he would've responded badly to in the past and gets to opportunity to botch up some of his stuff ups which a relatively few in number. It's great to see how far he's come in terms of realising that his actions have consequences which can affect more than just him. I love the way this side story is played, with Louis being more affected by his decisions in a personal way which leads to him being more in control of his firm-related actions.

Rachel and Harvey aren't in the spotlight as much but we get to see a different side of Donna. Her aspirations expand from simply being the best legal secretary, and we are left wondering if she'll leave Pearson Specter Litt to pursue a business career or stay in the gilded cage. As always, there is the question of Darvey. All in all these six episodes cover heaps of development, plot, and drama.