“Suits” prison arc has officially come to an end in this week’s episode with Mike (Patrick J. Adams) becoming a free man again. But are fans going to see Mike’s former prison mates Kevin (Erik Palladino) and Gallo (Paul Schulze) pop up on the show again?

“Oh yeah, it’s ‘Suits.’ All of these people can always come back,” Adams told Yahoo TV when asked if it is possible for the prison characters to return to the show in the future.

“I 100 percent think there’s a world where [Kevin] comes back and they get to see what he’s like outside of the prison,” Adams said of a potential meeting between Mike and Kevin post-prison life.

As for Gallo, Adams said that the writers love the character so much. “So I never say nobody comes back. I think it could be very easy for him to rear his head again,” the 35-year-old actor said.

In a more personal note, Adams admitted in an interview with USANetwork.com that he will miss working with both Palladino and Schulze. “They brought an amazing energy to set and are incredibly gifted,” he said. “It was great to hang out with them and learn from them.”

Hours after the this week’s episode of “Suits,” Palladino took to Twitter to thank Adams and series creator Aaron Korsh for allowing him to be part of the show.

“Well, that was a good ending. Thx to @akorsh9 for allowing me to be a part of his awesome show. And to @halfadams for being just awesome,” he tweeted.

Adams replied to Palladino’s tweet, writing: “We literally could not have been more lucky to have you along for the ride. Cant wait to meet Kevin again.”

Would you like to see Kevin and Gallo appear on the show again? Sound off in the comments!

“Suits” Season 6, Episode 10, titled “P.S.L.,” airs on Wednesday, Sept 14, at 9 p.m. on USA Network. Check out the synopsis and preview clip for the episode below:

“Jessica [Gina Torres] and Rachel [Meghan Markle] fight to save Leonard Bailey’s [Glenn Plummer] life; and Harvey [Gabriel Macht] and Louis [Rick Hoffman] try to convince their oldest and most loyal client to stay in an attempt to keep other PSL clients from jumping ship.”