Suits: The Firm Will Have to Pay for Its Sins in the Final Season | 7/17/2019 | Megan Vick
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Suits has a new kind of "villain" for its final season and its a threat that the firm has never faced before. The New York Bar Association has decided to step in to finally make sure the firm straightens up and stops committing ethical violations.

The Bar will be represented by Faye Richardson (Denise Crosby), a no-nonsense woman who took over the firm at the end of the episode. So there won't be any squabbles about who should or shouldn't be managing partner anymore because Faye will be deciding how the firm runs now.

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She is going to be a thorn in the side of everyone at the firm all season long, but it won't threaten Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Donna's (Sarah Rafferty) happiness. However, it will test the loyalties of everyone at the firm and force them to work together better than ever before. Will they be able to pull it off? TV Guide talked to executive producer Aaron Korsh about the new threat and how it will affect the team.

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We were introduced to Faye Richardson in the final scene. How afraid of her should we be?Korsh: The reason she's different is kind of two-fold...I feel like she treats these people as though they are children and she is their mother. The power dynamic, she's so much more in-power than they are that it's like they're all seven years old and complaining about their bed time, and she's like, "You're not going to stay up late. No matter what you do, this isn't going to happen." She just feels so much more in command than they do in a lot of the early episodes. I think the other thing is she's not trying to take over the firm — she has taken over the...
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