Originally Posted by raiderfan19
This is following a pretty similar script to white collar with Jenny being Kate(the first love that gets the main character in trouble and Rachel being Sarah, the hot chick he hooks up with later) Rachel has got to be one of the hottest women on tv right now. Whether or not I particularly care for that story, (and it's fine as far as tv drama relationships go) I'll deal with it to watch her.
It'll be interesting to see where this thing with Jessica and Harvey goes. It'll also be interesting to see how Harvey and mike get back together. What made this show great was their ability to play off of each other. IMO they are making a mistake with the larger overreaching plot rather than focusing on individual cases.
And btw am I the only one that was annoyed that they so blatantly screwed up the reality of the deron Williams contract? The whole I asked for triple thing annoyed me, considering anyone that follows bball at all knew he was getting max it was just a question of from where(and how much that team could offer) I know that's a small thing but it was annoying.
I definitely agree about the layout of the show moving away from individual cases. It kind of takes away from the appeal of both Mike and Harvey because that's where the characters get their juice from. I think its lost some of the flair it had early on in favor of a darker season long plot which I don't really like for this type of show. But yeah, it has followed a similar progression to White Collar (which sucked last season with Neal's daddy issues becoming the main focus).
The women on the show are beautiful, the writing is still pretty good, and the actors seem to have good chemistry so I'll continue as a viewer.