'Suits' Season 4 Spoilers: Is Mike geting back together with Rachel after cheating scandal? Louis will not 'do the right thing' for Harvey
In the seventh episode of Season 4 of "Suits," Mike Ross (Patrick J Adams) and Rachel Zane (Meghan Markle) are expected to be dealing with their breakup following the latter's cheating with her ex-boyfriend. In the upcoming episode entitled "We're Done!," Rachel will no doubt try to make up with her boyfriend, and a teaser had shown Ross being shown in Zane's office. Meanwhile, Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) wins a case that affects his morals, that will cause a great struggle to retain his beliefs or forego them to gain Harvey Specter's (Gabriel Macht) approval in the eight episode titled "Exposure."
In the sixth episode of the latest installment of the lawyer drama, Zane has succumbed to the charms of her ex-boyfriend Logan Sanders (Brendan Hines), which led the two to share a kiss. Ross, who had caught the pair locking lips, might no longer take Zane back, as it could be recalled that the tense reconciliation attempt led to the latter shouting, "We're done!," Breathecast.com reported. As Ross is having a hard time after losing his job and not receiving good treatment from his colleagues, it would only mean that the troubled protagonist may not consider making up with Zane in the near future. Although "Suits" creator Aaron Korsh agree on Twitter that Ross' character will be having a hard time in the show, Carter Matt said that there is hope for the two and that the reconciliation in Zane's office is a baby step.
Meanwhile, the resident schemer in the show's eight episode will be shown concerned about disappointing Specter after he ignored an important fact regarding the case that will put him against Specter's good graces once again. On the other hand, Hoffman told the news outlet that Litt's actions in the upcoming episode will not be good for Harvey, firm managing partner Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres), and himself as well. Citing his interview with Entertainment Weekly, the actor teased, "t's going to be interesting from this point forward to see: Does it change him?"
Hoffman talked recently to Christian Today about Litt's character going from the hated character in the first season of "Suits" to a more understandable character in Season 4.Hoffman said that in the upcoming episode, Litt will try to be "loyal to Harvey and to the firm, and to always do the right thing."
"We're Done" will be airing on July 30 on USA Network, while "Exposure" will be on a week after this Wednesday.