Suits - Season Three hits stores May 27th
Universal Studios Home Entertainment has already set a release date for the third season of USA’s hit legal drama. The 4-disc DVD set includes all 16 episodes, along with an Ultraviolet digital copy. It is priced at $44.98 SRP, but you can pre-order it for a currently discounted price (link above).
Season 3 returns March 6th at 9pm on USA.
Mike looks good for someone who’s been up for 27 hours straight.
New Year’s Eve was supposed to be a quiet night for them - dinner at their favorite restaurant then back home, no parties, no business obligations, no carving out whatever spot they could find in an overstuffed city as they waited for a glorified disco ball to drop and usher in the new year.
And then John Washington’s assistant had called, and demanded Harvey and Mike meet him across the country to discuss his contract. He was unsure, you see. Maybe he wanted to go with another firm. Was this all he could get? So Harvey and Mike cow towed to Jessica’s raised eyebrow and hopped on the first flight they could to Los Angeles.
They flew over in their tuxedos on a half full flight, Mike fidgeting in the seat next to him in first class, a byproduct of too little sleep and the newness of going somewhere he’d never been.
Harvey only puts his hand on Mike’s thigh a few times to settle him.
When they walk into Washington’s party, the man is all smiles when he sees them, relaxed and calm in a way that makes Harvey smile tightly in response. But then he feels Mike’s hand on his lower back and looks over to see Mike smiling at him, and he feels the frustration ebb away, his smile loosen into something more natural.
He lets Washington show them around the room to everyone - in a party full of starlets and industry elite, Harvey and Mike are something else entirely, fascinating and different. Mike smiles winningly at all the starlets and most of the stars, and it amuses Harvey when some of the men get a twinkle in their eye, when they stop to consider Mike a little more.
They’re charming, witty, appropriately in love with movies in a town that expects nothing less. It’s easy, really, what Harvey does best, and he works the room like a master.
As the hours go by, Washington gets happier and Harvey and Mike get closer. Harvey doesn’t remember exactly when Mike started leaning into him, when he started holding out hors d’oeuvres for Harvey to taste. But Harvey accepts each bite, slips his arm back to rest on Mike’s back, on his hip. He ignores the voice in his head that tells him he can’t have this later, that back home, where their relationship is still a secret, this won’t be so easy.
Washington signs the contracts happily hours later, when the party guests have all gone home, when the sun is starting to climb in the sky. Harvey takes over and Mike leaves them to it, walking out of the room. Harvey finds him a few minutes later standing out on the patio, leaning against the glass railing, looking beautiful and rumpled.
Harvey kisses him, because Mike is so damn beautiful and Harvey is so damn grateful and because there isn’t anything else he wants to do more.
There’s no one left for them to impress, no one here to hide from, and Harvey leans in and kisses Mike once, twice, three more times. Mike smiles into every single one.
LA isn’t New York, not by a long shot - nothing ever will be - but as the morning sun lights up Mike’s face, as Mike slips his hands under Harvey’s tux jacket and slide around his ribs, Harvey thinks if they ever had to, they could make LA work.
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