Suits LIVE Recap: Season 6 Episode 3 “Back on the Map”

Suits LIVE Recap: Season 6 Episode 3 "Back on the Map"

SUITS returns to the USA network tonight with an all new Wednesday, July 27, season 6 episode 3 called, “Back on the Map,” and we’ve got your Suits recap down below! On this evening’s episode, Mike (Patrick J. Adams) tries to remain safe without breaking Danbury’s unwritten rules; Jessica (Gina Torres) and Harvey (Gabriel Macht) try to land a whale.

On the last episode PSL faced a class action lawsuit from former clients; and Mike had problems with a fellow prisoner. Did you watch the last episode? If you missed it we have a full and detailed recap, right here for you.

On tonight’s episode per the USA synopsis, “Mike tries to remain safe without breaking Danbury’s unwritten rules; Jessica and Harvey try to land a whale; Louis searches for an office tenant; and Rachel faces a fellow student.”

Tonight’s episode looks like it is going to be great and you won’t want to miss it, so be sure to tune in for our live coverage of USA Network’s “Suits” at 9:00 PM EST! While you wait for our Suits recap hit the comments and let us know how excited you are for another episode of Suits tonight.

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Tonight’s episode of Suits kicks off with Louis and Jessica interviewing tenants to lease out their offices. They are on their fifth interview and Louis comes up with a reason to turn down everyone, like their “Carbon Footprint.” Jessica is fed up, she tells Louis he has 24 hours to find someone to lease the “Carbon Footprint.” Jessica is fed up, she tells Louis he has 24 hours to find someone to lease the offices to.At

At the prison, Mike and his cellmate are trying not to leave each other’s side because now Frank Gallo is after both of them. One of the guards drags Mike off to his counselor’s office. His counselor Julius knows that Frank pulled a knife on him, and he demands to know why he hasn’t filed a formal complaint. Mike scoffs that Frank has half of the prison in his pockets, including some of the guards.Mike heads back to breakfast and his cellmate wants to know what happened at the counselor. He tells Mike that the last guy that Julius had filed a complaint against someone is in a coma now.

Mike heads back to breakfast and his cellmate wants to know what happened at the counselor. He tells Mike that the last guy that Julius had filed a complaint against someone is in a coma now.Harvey arrives at the office and gives Donna a hard time and demands that she gets Shawn Cahill on the phone. Donna tells Harvey that she doesn’t have time to deal with his melodramas, he has a meeting waiting in his office and she has to go babysit Louis and make sure he gets a tenant.

Harvey arrives at the office and gives Donna a hard time and demands that she gets Shawn Cahill on the phone. Donna tells Harvey that she doesn’t have time to deal with his melodramas, he has a meeting waiting in his office and she has to go babysit Louis and make sure he gets a tenant.Meanwhile, Rachel is in ethics class. She is debating with another student in class, the student throws the fact that Mike Ross is in jail for fraud

Meanwhile, Rachel is in ethics class. She is debating with another student in class, the student throws the fact that Mike Ross is in jail for fraud in her face and says that it is ironic that she is being ethical.Harvey meets with a prospective client in his office, William’s company is in

Harvey meets with a prospective client in his office, William’s company is in serious hot water right now with the SCC. Harvey laughs that the only reason he is there is because no other firms will touch him with a 10-foot pole. He offers Harvey triple his regular rate, but Harvey turns him down.

Louis informs Donna and his secretary that he took care of their tenant problem and he signed a 100 year old man that handles financial groups. Louis laughs that it is perfect, because they’ll barely know he is there. Donna is furious that he left her out and didn’t include her in the interviews, she snarls that she is just as important a part of the firm as he is.Back in prison, Mike and his cellmate Kevin are separated because he has to work in the kitchen. Frank comes ot the kitchen to taunt Mike and tells him he never should have left Kevin alone. Mike rushes out of the kitchen and finds Kevin in the bathroom, bloody and badly beaten. Kevin refuses to go to the infirmary or rat out Frank.

Back in prison, Mike and his cellmate Kevin are separated because he has to work in the kitchen. Frank comes ot the kitchen to taunt Mike and tells him he never should have left Kevin alone. Mike rushes out of the kitchen and finds Kevin in the bathroom, bloody and badly beaten. Kevin refuses to go to the infirmary or rat out Frank.

Louis heads to work, he meets someone in the elevator and realizes they are going to the same floor. The guy makes fun of Louis suit and swears at him and calls him a “doosch bag.” He tells Louis that he runs the investment firm. And, there are about 30 more young and loud guys with him – Louis screwed up, badly. And, they have an 18 month lease.

Jessica marches in to Harvey’s office and demands to know why he turned down William Sutter, he was a $2 Billion client. Harvey says that he doesn’t want to get caught up with any more criminals. Jessica tells him he has 48 hours to land a different client then, one that is worth as much money, because the firm is sinking fast.

Harvey pays Nathan Burns a visit. Nathan taunts him and said he knew it was only a matter of time before Harvey showed up begging for work since his partners walked out. Nathan tells Harvey that if he wants a chance to represent his company, then he wants Harvey to “shove so many restraining orders up Lockwood Energy’s ass that they can’t breathe” before their dinner reservations that night. Harvey leaves to get to work and prove to Nathan that he is good for the job.

Meanwhile, Louis and his new tenants are having a tough time living under the same roof. Louis is furious, the frat boys ate his bran bars and drank his prune juice. He marches in to the office and informs them that they are in violation of the lease, it strictly says right in their lease that they can’t drink his prune juice or eat his bran bars. He threatens to evict them if they do it again. A few hours later Louis catches the traders playing touch football and evicts them.

Shawn Cahill finally shows up at Harvey’s office. He has bad news, Shawn says that he can’t move Frank Gallo to a different prison because he has “friends in high places.” Shawn reveals that Frank is a criminal informant on an FBI case. Harvey rushes down to the prison to fill Mike in – he tells Mike that Gallo cut a deal, and he is an informant.

Nathan Burns cancels his dinner reservations with Harvey. Donna and Harvey think that William Sutter is behind it. Harvey cuts a deal with the stock traders in their office, he tells them that they can stay if they help him. Sure enough, William Sutter bought a huge chunk of stocks in Nathan’s company. Harvey buys a few stocks too. He marches down to Nathan’s office and tells him that he can either hire him to fight William for him, or else Harvey will be working for William and Nathan won’t stand a chance.

At the prison, Mike corners Frank in the prison yard and tells him that he knows he is an informant. He proposes a truce, or else Mike will tell everyone that he is a rat.

Harvey meets up with William Sutter and tells him that he is working for Nathan Burns. William scoffs that his firm will be out of business by the end of the quarter. Harvey says that he will never get involved with a “shady piece of shit like him” and walks off.

Jessica is thrilled that Harvey signed Nathan Burns – she tells Harvey to put some music on because they are “back on the map.” While they are celebrating, Shawn Cahill interrupts, he says that he can get Mike out of jail, but he has to rat out his roommate Kevin.

THE END!

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