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Suits: Season 1 by Universal Studios DVD
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This is a seriously good show. Gabriel Macht and Patrick Adams make a great team... the supporting players start out kind of stereotypical, but they get developed nicely, starting in the third episode.
Louis Litt is perfectly played and Rachel and Jenny are strong and get fleshed out as the season moves along, as well.
I am glad that the other characters are getting their screen time too...
Eagerly awaiting the beginning of the second season... oh wait, I can get it any time I want, because they are on Amazon... got to love video streaming.
It's a pretty typical modern show. Melodrama, guys acting like alpha-males, rich lifestyle porn, tough women who still flirt, etc. It's a story about a smart kid who likes pot, almost gets into trouble and then falls ass-backwards into a prestigious gig without really trying. Then there is his boss - a guy who knows the secret.
I can watch it in the background - it's pretty predicable. But it has its moments.
You really have to watch the whole series (all the Seasons) so you can conclude why you have to go to law school and pass the bar exam if you wish to practice law in any jurisdiction. The moral of the series is practicing law without a license is just too great a risk and like all criminals they always get caught at the end.
The NY City visuals are stunning. A must see on HDTV.