Matt has just told Jordan about Turk, and emotionally suggests that they drop Turk as a client. Jordan points out that they make hundreds of millions of dollars off him in commissions and fees, and his agent just sent over his latest endorsement contract. Matt, however, says that Turk killed another person and made the firm an accomplice after the fact. "Your firm. My firm. I really don't think that's what you want this case to be. I know I don't." Jordan's amazed that Matt feels that strongly about it, and adds that he was pretty public about thinking of Eli as his heir apparent for a long time, but his status has changed, and Matt has been rising to the occasion lately. "But I never saw the leadership qualities in you that I saw in him. Until now." He says they'll drop Turk immediately, and this is heartwarming, I'm sure, but I just hope the firm's health insurance plan is excellent, because the stroke that Posner's going to have when he hears about this is going to be a doozy. Seriously, hundreds of millions of dollars? I don't think the firm can afford it.
Eli turns up at Chen's, a haggard mess -- he can't take all this anymore. Without some proof of the higher plan, he doesn't want to go on like this. Chen points out all the people he's helped and all the stuff he's learned about himself and his dad, but Eli doesn't want to hear it. "If that is proof that God is behind everything that is happening to me, it also means that he wanted me to hurt the people who love me the most!" Chen tries to say he knows how hard this is, but Eli yells that he can't, and none of this is God -- just the aneurysm. He says he's going to have it fixed despite the risks to his life: "If I don't get it out now, I won't have anything left to live for anyway." With a look back at Chen, he walks out.