Mike and Oliver visit Frank Gallo, who tips them off to a prosecutor who was going to bring a similar case involving him, but was forced to drop it. Rachel later has to lie to Harvey to cover for where Mike is that day, making her furious. Harvey finds out anyway when Gallo calls Donna, saying Harvey and Mike had better not try to screw him this time. Meanwhile, Louis is hit with a sexual harassment lawsuit from Stephanie, the fourth-year associate whom Donna fired. Katrina tries to help by visiting Stephanie, who is a former colleague, but it still results in Louis needing to admit guilt. Louis eventually apologizes to Stephanie, telling her about losing his chance to be a father, only to find out his words also hit close to home with her. Elsewhere, Harvey tells Donna about dating Paula. Donna tells him she already knew, but later admits to Rachel that she didn't know, making her think she's slipping. The pre-trial for the prison case goes sour when Alex shows up in court and calls out Mike, who is sitting in the back to support Oliver, forcing Mike to admit he violated conflict of interest and causing the case to be thrown out. Harvey appears to take Alex's side in a fight with Mike, but later visits Alex and demands, "Tell me what's really going on."
- Gabriel Macht as Harvey Specter
- Patrick J. Adams as Mike Ross
- Rick Hoffman as Louis Litt
- Meghan Markle as Rachel Zane
- Sarah Rafferty as Donna Paulsen
- Christina Cole as Paula Agard
- Dulé Hill as Alex Williams
- Jordan Johnson-Hinds as Oliver Grady
- Paul Schulze as Frank Gallo
- Amanda Schull as Katrina Bennett
- Carlos Lacamara as Oscar Reyes
- Jake Epstein as Brian Altman
- Nitya Vidyasagar as Stephanie Patel
- Mary Ashton as A.U.S.A. Danielle Randolph
- Sarah Murphy-Dyson as Ms. Sterling
- David Huband as Judge
- Harvey Specter finds out that Mike Ross is lying to him about working on the prison case, and orders Mike to drop it. However, Alex Williams discovers that Mike was violating his agreement and bursts into the courtroom, notifying the judge and thus getting the case thrown out.
- Mike lashes out at Harvey and Alex for the latter's actions, stating that Alex could have done it privately rather than openly. Harvey mulls over Mike's words and realizes Alex did what he did because Alex is somehow involved in the situation, and asks Alex to tell him the truth.
- Harvey is told by Paula Agard to notify Donna Paulsen that they are dating, which bothers Donna.
- Stephanie Patel files a sexual harassment lawsuit against Louis Litt, although Louis manages to get her to drop the suit when he apologizes and explains why he acted the way he did. He also makes amends with Brian Altman and allows him time to be a father and an lawyer.
- Goddamn Counter: 10
- Louis mentions being sued for sexual harassment via a lawsuit by Daniel Hardman. ("He's Back")
- Rachel tells Donna that "Michelle Ross" and "Harriet Specter" should go out for a drink, referencing the time they used those aliases during a night out drinking. ("Meet the New Boss")
- Harvey mentions how he felt when he found out about Donna and Stephen Huntley and how it bothered him. ("The Other Time").
- Louis tells Katrina that he had been sued for sexual harassment before Katrina joined the firm. However, Katrina joined the firm in season 2, episode 11 ("Blind-Sided") while Louis was sued by Monica Eton and Daniel Hardman in season 2, episode 14 ("He's Back").
Harvey: What the hell are you doing with Frank Gallo?
Harvey: Don't pretend like you don't know. He just left me a message asking me to make sure that you don't fuck him over.
Oliver: What are you doing here? Thought you weren't supposed to have anything to do with this anymore.
Mike: I'm not. But there's nothing in that agreement that says I can't come watch my friend Oliver kick some ass in court.
Oliver: Strap the hell in. 'Cause this motherfucker is going down.