|“|| Harvey: Those traders saw her on a regular basis to keep their shit together. So, if Sam opened up to her about work, then some of the other traders must have too.|
Rachel: She can't speak to that.
Harvey: Of course she can. If Tull waived privilege, then they all did.
Reeling from Dr. Agard's revelation about the root of his panic attacks, Harvey is forced to make a tough personal decision in a case that touches a nerve. Meanwhile, Mike and Louis have taken over responsibility for Harvey's oldest client, and must decide what to do when that client's demands go against his own best interests. And Donna tries to work her magic to make Rachel's dream wedding possible.
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- 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
- Gina Torres as Jessica Pearson
- JR Bourne as Samuel Tull
- Titus Welliver as Dominic Barone
- Chris Payne Gilbert as David Platt
- Ted Whittall as Paul Gilroy
- Denis Akiyama as Mr. Tanaka
- Martin Lindquist as Mr. McMillan
- Sarena Parmar as Fiancée
- Harvey Specter disgraces Dr. Paula Agard publicly by using confidential information she disclosed to him in an attempt to prevent Samuel Tull from being falsely imprisoned. When he fails, he convinces Dr. Agard to hand over the other traders' files and uses it to keep him out of prison.
- Harvey returns to Dr. Agard to discuss his mother, resuming his therapy sessions.
- Jack Soloff sabotages Mike Ross and Louis Litt's case, prompting Dominic Barone, on behalf of McKernon Motors, to fire them. While Mike and Louis manage to reacquire McKernon, Jack is revealed to have signed competitor Fletcher Engines, a company that is much bigger and wealthier.
- Jessica asks Jack to drop Fletcher Engines, although he initially refuses to do so, citing that Fletcher would bring the firm more money and that the only reason they had ties with McKernon was because of Harvey's fondness for them; additionally, Jack adds that if Jessica made him drop Fletcher, it would send a message to the others partners that Jessica valued her attachment to Harvey above her firm. However, Jessica informs him that she is aware that his plan to have McKernon fire them just to sign Fletcher in the interim was an idea given to him by none other than Daniel Hardman, and he agrees to comply.
- Donna mentions Michael Jordan.
- Louis quotes Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror".
- Gretchen refers to Mike as "Opie", a reference to the character of Opie Taylor from The Andy Griffith Show.
- Donna mentions Lethal Weapon after Gretchen quotes a line from the movie.
- Mike refers to Louis' Japanese-style tea ceremony as Gung Ho.
- Goddamn Counter:
- Harvey mentions when Samuel Tull let an innocent woman nearly go to prison, and is later revealed to be at least three years since in the incident. ("Tricks of the Trade")
- Louis is revealed to be from Scarsdale, New York.
Donna: So what's on your mind?
Mike: Okay, so I'm trying to plan something special for our wedding.
Donna: What? We're getting married? Mike, this is so sudden. I'm gonna have to think about it. And what about Rachel? Oh, who cares about Rachel? I love you.
Gretchen: I like the way you operate.
Donna: Excuse me?
Gretchen: Never let them see you sweat.
Donna: What makes you think I'm sweating?
Gretchen: My eyes. You may have fooled Opie with that metaphor, but we both know you got duck à la shit.
Donna: Okay, new girl, I don't know who you think you're talking to, but this is what I do.
Gretchen: What you do. I've been doing shit like this since you was an itch in your daddy's pants.
Donna: Hang on, did you just quote Lethal Weapon to me?
Gretchen: You got that? Maybe you do have something. Good luck with your duck, Red.