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'Pearson' Season 1 Episode 6 Release Date, Spoilers Revealed; Pilot Season Now Reaches Second Half

It has been a year ever since Jessica Pearson and Harvey Specter got together on screen. Thanks to the Backdoor Pilot for Suit's spin-off series, Pearson, it gave the fans the satisfying goodbye for Jessica.
The pilot season of Pearson has just started last July. And with a total of ten episodes for its initial course, it is now, obviously, approaching its imminent end. But before the show continues with its plot, the fifth episode of the spin-off series became so much more entertaining when Harvey Specter made an appearance.
In the middle of The Former City Attorney episode, Jessica called Harvey and asked for his assistance. Of course, given the nature of their relationship, this is not entirely surprising at all. But still, it made the series so much more exciting and entertaining since it gives the idea that the cast of Suits can still be seen with Jessica's new career in Chicago.

Harvey's appearance did not last long, but his assistance helped Jessica with her case with Bobby upon learning his true relationship with Keri. While this was not the main focus of the episode, it became the central factor to the plot's conflicts.
But aside from Harvey's appearance and Bobby's relationship with Keri, Pearson also improved with its character build-up. Considering Jessica is new in the city, it seems that she is now in good terms with Keri. And this is something to look forward to with the show.
After the fifth episode, the fans are quite convinced that there will also be conflicts between Jessica and Jeff because of Nick. As per TV Fanatic, Jessica's link with Nick is somehow a nod to her Suit's role with Harvey. And with these things at hand, the series will certainly pick these pieces up in the second half of the pilot run.
Pearson Season 1 Episode 6 titled, The Donor, will continue to showcase Jessica's abilities and power when it comes to nurturing her career. And with the revealed conflict for the upcoming episode, it will surely be challenging as per Cartermatt.
As it happens, she is said to find the right "donor" for Bobby's political career. Also, it is uncovered that the construction on North Park will now start.
Pearson Season 1 Episide 6, The Donor, will be released on August 21, on USA Network.


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