Suits season 8 finale – #darvey!

The season 8 finale of Suits was aired this week and I really had to avoid my Twitter timeline for spoilers right after it aired. I have watched it by now, though, and if you don’t want to know anything about the season 8 finale, stop reading now. Although, I think if you do like Suits, the news could hardly be avoided.

This last episode was all about Harvey (Gabriel Macht) being threatened with losing his license to practice law and his utmost concern was protecting Donna (Sarah Rafferty) so that she wouldn’t go down with him. In an exciting episode he was saved at the last minute, without harm to Donna, and finally, finally, at the end op the episode he realized that Donna was the one for him! Then this happened:

Finally, after 8 years, they are on the same page! The thing I really liked about this was the looks and the significance of hands roaming and intertwining – this really is more than just sex…Darvey 816-01

I loved that the whole scene was played out without words, the looks did all the talking and the prompting of action…

Of course, this is a TV series, andΒ Suits can really mess with expectations. There is a final season 9 coming up and I was fearing they’d make this a one-time thing or break them up or something, but according to this interview with show runner Aaron Korsh, Harvey and Donna are really officially a couple and will remain so. They’ll have difficulties adjusting, but won’t break up, so that’s a relief:

How will Harvey and Donna function as a couple?

I think they’re going to function pretty well, but they’re going to have some growing pains. You know, we’re not currently looking to put their relational existence in jeopardy, so to speak. But it doesn’t mean that they won’t have conflict and have to learn. I mean, obviously there’s something amiss that these two people went this long sort of repressing these feelings for each other. That doesn’t just go away when you finally admit your feelings to each other. They obviously have some communication and emotional growth to do, and they’re going to. But I think they’re on a solid foundation, although they’re going to be going through all of this in less-than-optimal circumstances. It might cause a little something within the rest of the firm, but we’re not going to focus on “Are they going to break up?”

There are also interviews with Gabriel Macht and Sarah Rafferty about this season’s finale ending, should you be so inclined to read them. I also love how former co-star of 7 seasons, Patrick J. Adams (he who married Meghan Markle on the show), reacted to Harvey and Donna finally getting together:

Having Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) come back for a little bit on Suits to celebrate the couple would be wonderful! I guess Meghan Markle won’t be able to do that, though. Anyway, I for one am looking forward to season 9 and some more final Donna and Harvey #darvey goodies!

14 thoughts on “Suits season 8 finale – #darvey!

  1. Oh finally!!!!! I mean, I haven’t watched Suits since season 2, but this would bring me back… (Do I really have to sit through 5 seasons, though, to be finally gratified??? *hmph*)

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    1. No, you don’t. If you want I can give you a few highlight #darvey episodes to watch from those seasons. And if you want to just cut to the chase, watch this season final episode. πŸ™‚


        1. Antiques Roadshow will never end… πŸ˜‰ Thankfully for Mr Esther, he loves that show and has been watching it faithfully for as long as I know him. Only Connect is fun. πŸ™‚


  2. That determined walk towards Donna! I too only watched the first couple is seasons and caught snippets now and then when others were watching. It’s good they’re finally together.

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  3. Pingback: #Darvey 4 evah! | The Book of Esther

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