'Suits' Season 9 Episode 10: Two weddings, a baby and many tearful goodbyes at Litt Wheeler Williams Bennett make for the perfect series finale
Fans bid farewell to USA Network's 'Suits' with Wednesday, September 25, night's episode titled 'One Last Con' and it was as epic as we had hoped.
The show, which began with Mike Ross (Patrick J Adams) and Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) conning the rest of the world, ended the same way. Their big problem for the entire season was Faye Richardson (Denise Crosby).
They looked the issue in every angle possible and came up with many innovative ways to defeat her, but in the end, Harvey had to fold and give her exactly what she wanted — his departure from the firm.
Season 9 Episode 10 was one of the most intense episodes of the entire series, and not just because it was the last episode ever. More importantly, it was one of the happiest episodes of the series.
It also became the perfect goodbye we needed from our favorite attorneys. After the business with Faye was dealt with, we got to see Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) and Sheila Sazs (Rachael Harris) get married, and have a baby girl on the same day.
Her water broke during the ceremony, and Louis, instead of freaking out, was prepared and calm and everything Sheila wanted him to be.
And if that doesn't make the day special enough, Harvey decides that with Louis and Sheila at the hospital, the venue should not go to waste, and proposes to Donna Paulsen (Sarah Rafferty).
She says yes, of course. Their wedding will possibly go down in history as the most cherished scene of 'Suits', just because of how long we all waited for them to become a couple.
Things at the firm are finally back to normal, but without Harvey. He realizes that he wants to do what he does best for the good guys for once, and decides to join Mike and Rachel Zane (Meghan Markle) at their legal clinic.
Despite his inhibitions, Louis gives Harvey and Donna his blessings for the move and tells Samantha Wheeler (Katherine Heigl) that he will always have her back, just like he did with Harvey.
She is happy to take her job back, but on two conditions, one that Katrina Bennett (Amanda Schull) be made named partner and the second — thank god for this one — that the name of the firm stays the same at least for the next five years.
We are glad to see Katrina finally get her dues, and Litt Wheeler Williams Bennett getting back on top. 'One Last Con' was a perfect goodbye for fans, and it gives us something to hold on to until a reboot or a revival is in the works.