Jessica: What is it now, Harvey? You want to put the janitor in charge of bankruptcy or ... the guard downstairs could be head of litigation.
Harvey: You finished?
Jessica: Depends on what you say next.
Harvey: I'm sorry I said those things about yo, and I want you to know I didn't mean any of them.
Jessica: I'm sorry too, Harvey.
Harvey: Jessica, you don't need to apologize...
Jessica: Yes, I do. You were just tearing the statue down. Just like you saw me do, all those years ago and I didn't like it... because the statue was me.
Harvey: Well, if it's the same to you, I'd like the statue to stay.
Jessica: Sounds good to me.
Harvey: There's one more thing.
Jessica: There always is.
Harvey: I'm still bringing Alex over, only not as a named partner, but Fiser is still insisting we drop Jim Reynolds.
Jessica: And you want to make sure I'm okay with it?
Harvey: No. I'm letting him go. I'm just calling you to let you know like I should have done in the first place.
Jessica: I was wrong when I said you weren't ready, Harvey.
Harvey: No, you weren't. But you are now.
Jessica: Good night, closer.
Harvey: Good night, Jessica.
Jessica: And take your feet off my desk.
Harvey: Not a chance.

Therapist: Wow. Sun rise is beautiful from up here.
Harvey: To be honest, I can’t remember that last time I saw sunrise.
Therapist:Really?
Harvey: It takes something pretty special to get me up before 7am.
Therapist:As I recall, I was pretty special last night.
Harvey: Yeah, surprised me again.
Therapist:The truth is, I’m a little surprised by all this myself.
Harvey: What do you mean?
Therapist:I mean, you disappear for nearly a year and then, one day you suddenly show up in a 57 chevy.
Harvey: 72 Ferrari, but, yeah.
Therapist:And you sweep me off my feet. I liked it.
Harvey: That’s good because I wasn’t sure you would.
Therapist:Of course you weren’t. You don’t really know me yet. Until yesterday, we’d spent about fifty hours together and we spent most of them talking about you.
Harvey: I know and that’s what I love about our relationship.

Nathan: Good. You're here early. I need you to take point in a consumer fraud hearing.
Mike: Nathan, I need to talk to you.
Nathan: Look, I know things got heated between us the other night, but as far as I'm concerned, it's water under the bridge. So, if you're wondering if I'm still upset at you, I'm not.

Harvey: Did you sleep in here?
Mike: I'm just getting a feel for my new office. You think a bike rack would fit on this wall?
Harvey: You put a bike rack in here, your first pro bono will be representing yourself after I shove it up your ass.
Mike: Well, that sounds uncomfortable.

Harvey: Is that for me?
Donna: No, actually, it's for me. You're later than usual this morning. I've been waiting for you.
Harvey: Donna, about the other night, but before you say anything...
Donna: I want to be a partner.
Harvey: Partner?
Donna: Yes, I figured out what I want and I want to be a partner at this firm.
Harvey: Donna, I don't mean to insult you, but you're not even a lawyer.
Donna: Good, because my being a partner is not about the law. It's about keeping this firm running, which I've been doing for as long as I can remember.

Therapist: Harvey... what you doing here?
Harvey: Nothing, I was just driving this baby around and remembered how much street parking I had.
Therapist: Is that supposed to impress me?
Harvey: Well, I hope so. It sure as hell impresses me.

I don't want the money. I want something more, and I've never said that out loud but I can't pretend that's not true anymore.

Donna

She warned us that she'd never let me get into the bar; we just didn't listen.

Mike

Dr. Julius Rowe: With all due respect Ma'am, I'm done wasting my breath on you, because the purpose of this hearing was to determine if Mike Ross had reformed, but you don't seem to be interested in that because you've already made your mind up.
Anita Gibbs: Maybe I have.
Dr. Julius Rowe: Then maybe you shouldn't be on this committee.

Dr. Julius Rowe: It's true, Mr. Ross entered into an early release agreement but it's also true that he stayed in longer than he had to to keep his cell mate safe. And while he was there, he risked his own life to prevent a violent man from falsely obtaining parole.
Anita Gibbs: And for all we know he did that for self serving reasons.
Dr. Julius Rowe: And for all I know, that's what you’re doing right now.
Anita Gibbs: You're out of line. I'm not the one under examination here.
Dr. Julius Rowe: Neither am I. I am a prison psychologist and in my experience, self serving men do not risk their lives to help people.

From where I'm standing, you're worth loving.

Gretchen

We got into a huge fight and I was such an asshole, so I went over to apologize. She said she wasn't sure she could stay with me and I haven't heard from her since.

Louis

Suits Quotes

Sometimes good guys gotta do bad things to make the bad guys pay.

Harvey

I'm sorry, Harvey. I just had to know.

Donna