The Loop (TV)
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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
- Sean Cullen as Warden
- Erik Palladino as Kevin Miller
- Malcolm Gets as Columbia Law Professor Dunbar
- Ian Reed Kesler as Stu Buzzini
- Glenn Plummer as Leonard Bailey
- Carly Pope as Tara Messer
- Natalie Charles as Wendy Boyle
- Luc Trottier as Trader
- Daniel Stolfi as Guard #3
- Harvey Specter presents Sean Cahill's deal to Mike Ross, who turns it down out of loyalty to his only friend in prison. In order to change his mind, Harvey and Sean concoct a plan – to drug Mike, blame it on Gallo, and have him transferred to the infirmary. While the rest of the prison believes him to be confined to the infirmary, the prison doctor, the prison warden, Sean and Harvey have Mike released out of prison for six hours, with the condition that Harvey brings Mike to Sean's office so Sean can show Mike what Kevin's father-in-law did to have him turn. Harvey, however, betrays Sean and brings Mike to Rachel's apartment, so they could spend some alone time together. Harvey's plan works, and after spending time with Rachel, Mike realizes how much he misses her and decides to take Sean's offer.
- After the stock traders perform a urine test in Louis' "You Just Got Litt Up!" cups, Louis decides to ask Donna for help kicking them out. Donna offers an alternative – hiring an architect to split the space. Louis, who has always wanted to renovate the firm, hires the architect, Tara Messer, as soon as she enters the firm. However, Jessica tells Louis that he is not allowed to hire her to renovate the firm, and so he's forced to let her go. However, as he is falling in love with her, Louis decides to pay her out of his pocket for the work she had done so far and hires her to renovate his summer home in the Hamptons.
- Louis mentions The Brady Bunch.
- Mike refers to Kevin as "Ahnold", a reference to Arnold Schwarzenegger.
- Goddamn Counter: 9
- It is revealed that Mike attended a P.S. 092 elementary school and set the single-game scoring record in sixth grade.
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