The Top 5 Guest Jerks on Season 1 of ‘Suits’

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SUITS -- 'Rules of the Game' Episode 111 -- Pictured: Gary Cole as Cameron Davis -- Photo by: Christos Kalohoridis/USA Network
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"Suits" is filled with jerks. It is a story about corporate lawyers, after all. Some of the jerks are regulars who work at Pearson Hardman. Other jerks, such as Mike's friend Trevor, are regulars in Mike's personal life. Still other jerks are guests, only present in one or two episodes, just for the purpose of making a specific case more difficult.

Robert Stensland in "Inside Track"

Robert Stensland (Hamish McEwan), the CEO of McKernan Motors, wants to ship all of his company's most important jobs overseas. He seems to have no clue that saving a few bucks through outsourcing will bring down the quality of the product and destroy the company's image. In the end, he would not only cause the loss of many American jobs, but lose money anyway. What a jerk!

Travis Tanner in "Undefeated"

Travis Tanner (Eric Close) thinks he can waltz in and beat Harvey, a man he has never met before, at his own game. He thinks he can just play a few dirty tricks to make Harvey look bad, and somehow elevate himself. He's simply delusional and a total jerk.

Judge Donald Pearl in "Errors and Omissions"

Judge Donald Pearl (Currie Graham) thinks that Harvey has had an affair with his wife (Nazanin Boniadi). Without any proof, he decides Harvey is guilty, and refuses to listen to any of Harvey's cases. He is misinformed, however. In the end, he simply winds up with egg on his face because he's such a jerk.

Cameron Dennis in "Rules of the Game"

Cameron Dennis (Gary Cole), Harvey's former mentor, comes looking for Harvey's help when his office comes under investigation. It turns out that he had been a jerk back when he was working with Harvey, because he tried to suppress evidence of a man's innocence. He continues to be a jerk by wanting to leave things the way they are, knowing an innocent man has been stuck in prison for 12 years.

D.A. Terrence Wolf in "Dog Fight"

The district attorney, Terrence Wolf (Chi McBride), has a hard time with change. Rather than finding a way to help an innocent man out of prison, he'd rather make Harvey jump through the hoops of a broken system. We can understand his point of view, in a way, but he's still a complete jerk!

Image source: SUITS -- "Rules of the Game" Episode 111 -- Pictured: Gary Cole as Cameron Davis -- Photo by: Christos Kalohoridis/USA Network, Airdate: Thursday, September 1 on USA Network (10-11 p.m. ET), © NBC Universal, Inc.

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